Doe Deere’s Dream of Beauty


It is a good thing for people to be able to achieve their dreams, especially if it helps other people feel good about themselves. Doe Deere is one of those people who have managed to achieve their dreams. She has started out in music and has learned about herself and the methods needed in order to get far in her career choice. For one thing, she has learned the importance of marketing and how it could help her achieve the goals that she has for herself and her life. She has eventually gotten into makeup and beauty in which she was really able to shine.

Doe Deere runs lime crime which is one of the latest of businesses that she has run. She has always been an entrepreneur. Her first business involved the sales of tattoos. She has sold temporary tattoos to people and she has enjoyed it because it helped her explore her artistic side. She has found another outlet for her art in which she is able to use make up in order to help people achieve a look that they can be proud of. Other people will be attracted to this energy that they give off that they are satisfied with the look that the put together.

Doe Deere’s Lime Crime company offers plenty of different colors and shades of lipstick, and other types of make up which allows people to explore their artistic side and find a complete image that they are satisfied with. Not only that, people that put together a type of look will attract people that they want in their lives. To make things even better, Lime Crime sells these types of make up at an affordable price. Therefore people will gladly have high quality make up while saving a ton of money.

Continuing to Grow as an Artist: Crystal Hunt

Crystal Hunt, born February 5, 1985, is a Emmy-nominated actress. Facebook shows Hunt grew up in Clearwater, Florida where she would often participate in pageants. Before fame, Hunt also appeared in an advertisement with NSYNC when she was younger.

Hunt, who is now 31 years old, first captured America’s attention when she was 17 years old. Her first major role was when she appeared as a troubled, misguided teenage girl on CBS’s daytime series Guiding Light, which she starred in for four years. She was offered this role when she was spotted by an agent at an actor workshop in New York. It was this role from which she earned an Emmy nomination from. Hunt got her big break into motion pictures when she appeared with Zac Efron in The Derby Stallion. After she left Guiding Light, she costarred with Amanda Bynes in the romantic comedy, Sydney White.

In 2009, Hunt returned to T.V. shows as a star on ABC’s Days of Our Lives, where to stayed for three years. On Days of Our Lives, Hunt played a devious stripper named Stacy Morasco. In 2013, Hunt starred in a suspense/thriller, NYC Underground. She costarred along side Dania Ramirez, Arielle Kebbel and Evan Ross.

Hunt joined Dylan Baker in his debut feature film 23 Blast, a real-life story of a high school football player who becomes blind; the film was realeased in October of 2014. Stephen Lang, Timothy Busfield and Dylan Baker, himself, are just a few of the great actors who Hunt appeared alongside.

Aired in April 2015, Hunt was a part of Queens of Drama, which followed a powerful cast of former daytime stars as they worked in front of and behind the cameras to create and produce a new primetime drama. Donna Mills and Vanessa Marcil are just a couple of the outstanding female cast that joined Hunt in this venture.

In addition to her acting career, Crystal Hunt is currently working on her first Executive Producer credit with the film Talbot County, an Alfred Hitchcockian horror film inspired by a true story. Hunt is working on this with her best friend, Dania Ramirez (Devious Maids). Hunt has also recently had her feature film debut in Magic Mike XXL (released in theaters July 1, 2015), where she worked alongside Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Amber Heard, Adam Rodriguez and Joe Maginello.

Thor Halvorssen Shares Thoughts on Socialism with Fox News

Thor Halvorssen, the founder of the Human Rights Foundation was brought onto Fox News for an interview surrounding socialism. The piece was used by Fox News to tie into Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders’ socialistic rhetoric. The first question posed to Halvorssen by the Fox News reporter was why he believes that socialism is a violation of fundamental human rights. Halvorssen responded by admitting there are times when socialism can be used for evil by people simply wanting to gain power and control in manipulative ways. Halvorssen however specefically mentioned Denmark, Sweden and Norway to illustrate how there are countries who have socialistic and labor governments who do not violate basic human rights. He identifies that as long as there are a separation of powers, different branches of government as well as constitutional rights that a socialistic government can be perfectly fine.

After admitting that a definition of socialism is a very difficult thing to provide as there are countless perspectives and interpretations, Halvorssen went onto explain what he most dislikes about some socialistic governments. The Fox News reporter asked him if it was the looting of the people and Halvorssen agreed. In order to make his point clear, Halvorssen cited the Venezuelan government and the way they try to fix prices of goods how they please and the economic and social impact it has creating food shortages and inflation.

The interview concluded with discussion about Halvorssen’s personal ties to Venezuela. His father was taken as a political prisoner while his mother was executed by the Hugo Chavez regime. His first cousin is also currently in prison in Venezuela. Halvorssen (@thorhalvorssen) again says that socialism itself doesn’t have to violate human rights as long as there is a code of law in place. It is only when someone in power decides to do whatever they want that basic human rights are violated.

Seemingly to the surprise of the Fox News reporter, Halvorssen admits that he donated the max amount to Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Campaign. He went on to explain how the other Democratic Presidential Candidate Runner Hillary Clinton has been taking millions of dollars from dictatorships. He also cited the Republican party for having a front runner who thought that Vladmir Putin was okay.

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San Francisco Police Union and D.A. Battle

San Francisco is known as a tolerant, arts-oriented, and beautiful city on the bay. It exists in strong contrast to Los Angelos with its huge population and numerous problems associated with urban blight and poverty. While San Francisco has charm and history making it a tourist destination, L.A. is perceived as a thug and gang town whose only history is of problems with police corruption and poor police relations with the people the police force is charged to protect, including abuse of blacks and minorities. The Watts Rebellion (Riot) took place in 1965 in L.A. after an arrest of a DUI suspect that inflamed a nearby crowd and escalated to rioting, arson, looting, and destruction. In 1992, Rodney King was assaulted by L.A. police, which led to a massive overhaul of the L.A. police force. L.A.’s notoriety was not enhanced when the O.J. Simpson trial ended, and Simpson was found not guilty.
San Francisco has avoided these debilitating situations and is perceived to have a tolerant police force befitting the people who call San Francisco home.
But now San Francisco has an imbroglio between a retired president of the police union and the acting district attorney for San Francisco, George Gascon. Among the innuendo is a charge of racism and violence baiting within the prison system in San Francisco. There is and will always be political in-fighting between police officers and those higher up on the governmental ladder. It appears that this is the case happening now between District Attorney Gascon and the former leader of the P.O.A. (police union) headed by Gary Delagnes. The now retired Delagnes has stated that he will reveal extensive information if he is subpoenaed to testify.
Hopefully, this is all a tempest in a teapot and will only produce interesting gossip for residents while they are sipping lattes at Starbucks or enjoying lunch or dinner at one of the many gourmet restaurants in San Francisco.

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DeJuan Stroud Shares Key Party Tips

New York-based event planner DeJuan Stroud is known for his outrageously fancy parties and exquisitely beautiful floral decorations. Stroud was recently in Houston to help inspire other party planners by dazzling professionals and amateurs alike with his opulent floral designs. DeJuan also had some interesting stories about working with some of his most famous clients, including Jon Bon Jovi, Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump.

Houston’s Back Row Home will present DeJuan Stroud for an informative talk and book signing for his latest work, “Designing Life’s Celebrations.” Recently, CultureMap interviewed Stroud, and got some insight into the Alabama natives design philosophy.

CultureMap inquired about Stroud’s party planning for such big names. The event planner shares that people like Trump and Bloomberg are “at the top of their game,” so they expect to work with those who are also extremely proficient in their fields. Stroud states that when he works with these types of clients, he is more motivated to be his most creative self.

DeJuan also recalls the time that he organized a party for Donald Trump, where Aretha Franklin was performing. Stroud shares that Franklin is one of his favorite singers, and he got the chance to hear her rehearse while he was organizing a floral arrangement. This is one of the “perks” of being in the event planning business.

When CultureMap asked Stroud about the components that make up a successful party, he shared that the most important thing is creating a comfortable environment. Stroud also says that it’s best to include elements in the party decor that will grab people’s attention. Finally, DeJuan says the right lighting can make anyone look their best at the event.

Other event planning companies based in New York are taking much of Stroud’s advice in order to achieve their own success. Twenty Three Layers is a full-service design and event planning firm, combining style and skill to help clients pull of a fabulous event. Whether clients need wedding decor, corporate event planning, or one-of-a-kind celebrations, Twenty Three Layers is committed to getting the job done and making a lasting impression.