According to Forlenza, “The reason for that is a couple of things: One, we are very aggressive about our marketing; we’re much more aggressive than our competitors. In fact, our competitors may actively place products, but my experiences lead me to believe that they simply aren’t as aggressive as we have been. We are able to really play on the fact that the creative community in Hollywood uses our products and is very fond of our products.
Imagine it got an interview with a vampire esque setup and this even works because within the riordanverse, the books canonically exist because Percy sat down with a scribe and had his quests recorded. So, like, this isn even entirely out of left field. But just imagine, a college aged, maybe a little older Percy, I can see it so clearly in my head, he wearing a sweatshirt that at first glance looks like it says NYU but a trained eye will see it actually says NRU for a camp jupiter easter egg, he sitting in some dinky little diner (maybe it can even be a monster donut or something with a clever greek myth related name) with a guy who recording the conversation on some old ass tape recorder that keeps acting up but they can record on a phone because of the whole technology thing.
Anhalt’s Symphony is scarcely a direct descendent of these works, but its affiliation with them, across half a century of music, is not to be doubted. Furthermore, a string quartet is not a symphony, regardless of how similar the form may be, and so to consider the early twentieth century single movement symphony should either use examples from within the repertoire, or expand the definition to include something to do with single movement forms. One finds perplexing his assertion that the connection between these apparently unrelated works is “not to be doubted.” It seems to me that it is not only to be doubted, but denied.
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Emerging Designer, Roy Blake Smith, designs pieces that are right out of a fantasy! He enjoys pushing boundaries and creating wearable art for women who truly appreciate it. His show started off very dark and then evolved into more deep, colorful dyes. His use of tie dye was unexpectedly beautiful! What really drew me into his designs were the shapes and silhouettes of the skirts.