playing catch-up with go to girl

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chestercountyramblings and ihavebreastcancerblog

Information regarding photography can be found at Simple Shots Photography: Magic of Ordinary Days

Writing samples and professional bylines can be found on SCRIBD

Photography also found on Flickr under mainlineclicks

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as seen in….

Recent Philadelphia Inquirer Bylines include:

Posted: Wed, Aug. 1, 2012, 5:57  PM  

 

 

Posted: Mon, Jul. 30, 2012, 5:08  PM  

 

 

Photo byline July 11, 2012 .  My photos accompany article 

Gothic-revival Ardmore church faces demolition  By Anna Strong   Philly.com

 

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the writer:

I thought I would share my byline in the Philadelphia Inquirer :<}

Originally posted on chestercountyramblings:

Neighbors Main Line/Philly.com:  

Posted: Tue, Jul. 3, 2012, 7:28  PM

Eat locally: Farm fresh fruits and veggies from your own  ZIP code

By Carla J. Zambelli

Seasons evoke memories.  Summer evokes hot days and a slice of juicy  watermelon, slightly warm from being recently picked; juice trickling down your  chin from a local peach; mouth blue from blueberries; fresh picked tomatoes  waiting for a salad.  In addition to the many taste delights of fresh local  produce, many are finding plenty of other reasons to put locally grown produce  and other items on their tables.

 

The current economy is pushing people to look for alternatives to the  increasingly enormous supermarket chains. In addition, food that is locally  produced is not only fresher, but often less expensive because it doesn’t travel  great distances to get to market.

 

People are also growing increasingly aware of the effects of chemicals and  pesticides…

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Another Example of Go to Girl at Work!

How divine!  This is a little placement from yours truly (But I adore Aida Armani so this was a pleasure):

Hair Color 2 Go blends salon-quality color with at-home convenience

Published: Thursday, May 24, 2012

By Caroline O’Halloran

Flair/Main Line Media News

Despite those commercials, hair color has never been nice ’n easy.
Until now, women looking to cover their grays have had just two choices: they could take their chances with drugstore brands or chain themselves to pricey, time-consuming schleps to the salon each month.
Now, a third option that promises the best of both worlds has come to Bryn Mawr: Hair Color 2 Go, professional, custom-blended hair color that you apply at home.

A. Armani Salon at 833 Lancaster Ave. is one of only five salons in the U.S. to offer the service – the others are in Wisconsin, Fort Lauderdale, Houston and Milwaukee.

Made exclusively for single-process coloring (not highlights), Hair Color 2 Go touts an exclusive European formula that is richly pigmented, low in ammonia, gentle on the hair and scalp and completely covers gray.
The process begins with a $35 in-salon consultation with salon owner and professional colorist Aida Armani. She assesses your hair’s texture, natural pigment and chemical history, formulates a flattering color and teaches you how to apply it….For her part, Armani isn’t surprised that her venture makes the industry nervous. “They’re afraid it’s going to take business from them. But what they don’t realize is that Hair Color 2 Go targets a different clientele. This isn’t for the regular salon goer who enjoys the pampering and has the time and money to come in for services. This is for people who, for whatever reason, can’t visit a salon each month. Now they’re coming in once every four months for touch-ups and they’re getting other services while they’re here. If someone loses her job and can’t come in every month, she can still look good and feel good about herself. Other salons need to see the big picture in this economy. In the long run, this is good for business.”
GO FOR IT! Hair Color 2 Go (haircolor2go.com) is available through A. Armani Salon, 833 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr. Call 610-525-8833 to host a Hair Color 2 Go party, become a participating stylist or salon, or schedule a personal consultation.

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Start Your Engines! It’s Time To Go Car Crazy With First Friday Main Line!

June is going to be CARtastic  with First Friday Main Line!

We’re going to be revving it up on Cricket Avenue as  First Friday Main Line in June marks the return of the CARtastic Car Event !  Yes, Friday June 1st  is an event not to be missed!

 You asked and First Friday Main Line listened. It will be a veritable CARtravaganza on Cricket Avenue and the Cricket Lot in downtown Ardmore, PA starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 1st.  Cars, art, music, food, and fun!!!

Sports, classic, and antique cars will this year be joined by a VERY special car.   The Nationwide Insurance NASCAR SHOW CAR will be on display thanks to Nationwide Insurance agent Joe Boyle of The Joseph D. Boyle insurance agency in Ardmore!!!

 Live music from The Kwerks, Everyday People Band and One Lane Bridge. Food from Carlinos,Firinji,A La Maison,McSheas, Picket Fence Confections.  Also Crafts demos: Elements By Nat, SunMoonStar Designs,and Mr Booker doing caricatures.

 

Mark your calendars, make it a night in Ardmore, June 1st!

 **If you are a CAR crazy person with a CARtastic  vehicle that must be seen, contact First Friday Main Line ASAP – a few as in a handful of spaces are still available.

 www.firstfridaymainline.comFirst Friday Main Line, the original First Friday celebration on the Main Line Going strong since 2006!

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vote now! (check out my photos in the DVRPC photo contest!)

vote now! (check out my photos in the DVRPC photo contest!).

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Dancing into May With First Friday Main Line!

We’re Dancing into May With First Friday Main Line

[ARDMORE, PA] (April 16th, 2012)

Don’t be all taxed out!  Look forward to May with First Friday Main Line!

Put on your dancing shoes, people because on May 4th, 2012, First Friday Main Line is taking it to the streets!  Yes, May marks the return of our Cricket Avenue Stage and our popular dance event.

 

Featured this year (list incomplete):

 

  • Dancing Classrooms Philly Allstars  Ballroom
  •  V Renee Price School of Dance 
  • Tapography  with David Persia 
  • Tribal Fusion & interpretive belly dancing from Jenna Bowles  
  • Lindy Hop Champions Carsten Starke & Karen Ploucquet 
  • indigenouspitch  
  • Swing Dance  with Paul Salter & Sam Sheesley 
  • Gin Canaries  Swing Band

 So dust off those dancing shoes, grab your favorite partner and meet us in Ardmore for a toe-tapping good time! 

 

www.firstfridaymainline.com

 

First Friday Main Line, the original First Friday celebration on the Main Line going strong since 2006!

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