Sunday, May 20, 2012
Check out the best-selling books in five St. Louis metro area independent bookstores for the week ending May 13.
After a whirlwind book tour that saw him stopping in St. Louis twice in recent weeks, native son and Bravo Television executive Andy Cohen is atop the local bestselling book list. Another St. Louis native son, former basketball star and politician Bill Bradley, also cracked the top five. Here's a roundup of the best-selling books in five St. Louis-area independent bookstores from the week ending May 13. The bookstores include Subterranean Books in University City, Sue's News at the St. Louis Galleria, Left Bank Books in the Central West End, Main Street Books in St. Charles and Pudd'nhead Books in Webster Groves. Adults Childrens/Young Adult
Monday, April 23, 2012
Bravo Cable Network's Andy Cohen, Clayton High Grad is master of ceremonies.
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Monday, April 23, 2012
This Saturday (April 28) will be a big night for the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW). The women’s organization, with roots extending back to its charter in 1893 will present its biggest and most expansive fundraiser in chapter history. The group is hosting Bravo St. Louis at NEO on Locust, from 7-11 p.m. Saturday, April 28. This is billed as an urban chic fundraiser and it celebrates the arrival of Clayton High graduate Andy Cohen, executive vice president Original Programming and Development for the Bravo Cable Television Network. Bravo is a subsidiary of NBC Universal. Cohen, an Emmy award-winning television producer and host, will be master of ceremonies for the evening. Organizers set a goal of 350 tickets sold, and they …
Friday, July 29, 2011
Michael Eastman says a Bravo reality show contestant made an unauthorized copy of a popular photograph.
University City photographer Michael Eastman filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against NBC Universal claiming the company made an oversized reproduction one of his works for the Bravo television show Million Dollar Decorators without his permission. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri alleges the show documented the unauthorized reproduction of Eastman’s Isabella’s Two Chairs 1999, a photograph Eastman made during a trip to Cuba. “For perhaps the first time in history, the physical act of infringement – namely, the unauthorized reproduction of a work of art and its massive enlargement into a floor-to-ceiling ‘mural’ of inferior quality – has been captured on film, broadcast worldwide, and …