If you’re an artist, own a venue, are a promoter or a website entrepreneur, at some point in your venture you’ll appreciate that getting to the next stage requires an effective public relations strategy. When you’re ready for that make-or-break step, We Recommend the professional services of the great team at Epicure Media. Epicure Media is a full-service public relations firm offering clients a complete range of services designed to increase awareness and effectively establish brands in the marketplace among select media, celebrities and clientele. Epicure’s products cover the spectrum, including Social Media Outreach, Celebrity Partnerships, Entertainment & Brand Strategy, Influencer Marketing, Product Launches, Event Activation, Image Creation, National & Local Media Outreach Campaigns, Websites, and Graphic Design. They also have a "Street Team" in DC focused on promoting events and concerts for a few clubs and lounges and are in the process of expanding that service to other major cities with popular DJ's and promoters. And, Epicure is also building a sports management and marketing division. Get more information at www.epicuremedia.com.
Your daily fashion choices are an intimate reflection of your mood and outlook. Gentlemen, your shirt, your jeans, your footwear, hat and accessories all make a statement. Ladies, do you prefer scarves, jeans and sweaters, or suits and fancy dresses? Low key casual, or attention grabbing bold colors? In a world of conformity, dress is a bastion of individuality. All the world is a stage, and when you’re wearing an outfit that perfectly fits your personality you shine like a star! That’s what this Everyday Style thing is about. Fashion is your show, your stage. Are you ready? Send in a picture or your 90 second "street fashion" video. Tell the OnStage audience what you're wearing today, where you got it, and why you love it.
When the shots rang out our featured artist, Southeast Washington DC’s own DB, was fortunate to escape with nothing more than a bullet through his hat. Just part of a life that taught him valuable lessons on the cold ways of the street that he channels through his music. He writes, produces, and records his own work and in 2009 released “The Meal Ticket” which was well received by music critics in the DMV. Now he is working on his second project and expanding his versatility through meaningful lyrics and a variety of beats. We like the playful inventiveness of “Bring a Friend” which shows a mix of beat mastery, lyricism, and is a nicely crafted video. DB is ready for the Stage! Keep up with him at knowdb.tumblr.com.