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Great Cloth Diaper Change Event, April 23

Great Cloth Diaper Change Event, April 23

Cloth diapers have come a long way in the past ten years. An event, called the Great Cloth Diaper Change 2011, already creating a buzz not only in North America, but all over the world, will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2011 in locations all around the globe. The Great Cloth Diaper Change (http://www.greatclothdiaperchange.com) will set a world record for the most cloth diapers ever changed simultaneously.

Ugly Boyfriend? An Orange Park Salon Says it Can Help

Ugly Boyfriend? An Orange Park Salon Says it Can Help

ORANGE PARK, Fla -- Stories similar to Alena Gilley's have been told throughout American history. The Russian born woman has lived in America for eight years and has since opened her own salon.

"This is unbelievable," she said with a Russian accent. "I actually own my own business."

It's a typical American Dream style of story.

And while you've seen thousands of hair salons before, her business is a little less than typical.

"I learned working with woman, but working with men is much easier."

She owns Paradise Grooming For Men, and her goal is to make "average" guys "hot."

"We take average, or not even good looking guys and can make them into absolutely sharp and hot looking guys," she said.

To see how she does it, or to pay a visit, just follow this link to her website.

 

Jacksonville Fashion Week Hosts Model Casting Call

Jacksonville Fashion Week (JFW), a multi-event celebration of fashion on Florida’s First Coast, is hosting a two-day model casting call from 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Walkers (2692 Post St.) and Thursday, Nov. 18 at The Brasserie (Beach Plaza, 1312 Beach Blvd.). JFW officials will select a total of 100-125 models to grace the catwalk at the inaugural Jacksonville Fashion Week, March 23-26, 2011.

Faces of the First Coast 2011 Go Red For Women Casting Call

The American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” movement is calling on women and men who live in the region to submit their heart health stories for the 2011 “Faces of the First Coast” casting call. If chosen, applicants will become representatives of the local public awareness campaign beginning in the spring of 2011. In addition, local winners will be eligible for submission to the American Heart Association’s national “Go Red For Women” casting call. Members of the “Faces of the First Coast” work to bring the dangers, signs and symptoms of cardiovascular disease to our community. They represent, exemplify and advocate for the mission of Go Red For Women through education and awareness.