Bundle of Joy

For your new bundle of joy, learn more about Darby Ullyatt Photography here for your baby’s first photograph. Babies do grow fast. One moment they were so tiny, quietly sleeping in your arms. The next moment they are already crawling or walking around, ready to celebrate their first birthday. During that first year, there are a lot of wonderful moments to be captured: their first smile, first laugh, first roll, first steps and other amazing firsts. And as they say, your babies will not be with you forever, it is wise to capture these moments on photo so you can look at it and visit the times when they are still little. Darby Ulyatt Photography offers Baby’s First Year package for you to capture the most amazing part of you and your baby’s life. 

Get Information on Promotional Videos

As the manager of a company trying to grow into a bigger one, you should get more information on promotional videos. What is great about promotional videos is that they are amazing when used as marketing tools, so click here and find out how to take advantage of their amazing features. The company managers that are already using these videos are simply thrilled with the result and you can be one of them. You just need to do something about ti and to start the process of having such a video filmed for your company. A good video production team is surely going to do a great job.

Know of any corporate catering in the Manhattan area?

Know of any corporate catering in the Manhattan area, my uncle called to ask my dad? He was trying to host an event for his clients to present awards, have a trade show with workshops and other activities, and wanted it catered. My dad passed along a company he used and knew others in the area used and liked, too, the Kitchen Provance. These folks have foods that can be addicting, I'll warn you, he teased. He loves their onion rings, for instance, that you can see pictured on their website. So guess who my uncle is calling next?!

Dallas (DVD) Review

Nominated for 18 Emmys and 15 Golden Globes in its thirteen season run, Dallas is the epitome of the prime-time drama/soap opera genre. Premiering in 1978 as a five part mini-series, the show combines the usual s and innuendo of classic afternoon soap operas with the freewheeling adventure of Texas wildcats and filthy rich capitalist oil barons. The combination of business dealings and rampant affairs tested well with both the male and female demographic, prompting CBS to make Dallas a regular part of its prime-time lineup. The result was one of the most successful television shows in history. In fact, the so-called ëWho shot J.R.?î episode (ìA House Dividedî Air Date: 3-21-1980) still reigns as the second most watched TV show in history (the season finale of MASH is #1). With one of most memorable characters ever created (the man everyone loves to hate), itís no surprise that Dallas held the #1 or #2 spot in the Nielsen ratings for most of the 1980sÖDallas spent most of its television life in the Friday night time slot following the successful CBS series, The Dukes Of Hazzard. Creator David Jacobs originally intended to create a series around a poor Texas girl, Pam Barnes (Victoria Principal), who marries into a wealthy family (The Ewings) with whom her family has been feuding for decades. The first five episodes mostly center around the family discord faced by Pam and her husband Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy) as they attempt to bring their families to a truce. But it soon became apparent to producers of the show that Bobbyís scoundrel of a brother, Ewing Oil President J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), would be the true star of the show. Son of Ewing Oil founder Jock Ewing (Jim Davis) and his wife Ellie (Barbara Bel Geddes), J.R. sought to make Ewing Oil the largest independent oil company in the world, and he intended to go to any lengths necessary to get what he wanted. And as youíll see, sooner or later, J.R. always gets what he wantsÖ Along the way, he butts heads with life-long rival Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval), drives his own wife Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) to alcoholism, and even mortgages the beloved Southfork Ranch (Miss Ellieís childhood home and current residence for the majority of the Ewing clan). Southfork foreman Ray Krebs (Steve Kanaly) and Ewing grandchild Lucy (Charlene Tilton) add flavorful subplots to a series often dominated by J.R.ís nefarious schemes. In short, Dallas offers its viewers everything ñ money, s, violence, conspiracy, intricate business dealings, etc. If you havenít seen it, then immediately start watching from the beginning episodes of the first season. You wonít be disappointedÖ!The Dallas DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the series premiere ìDiggerís Daughterî in which the youngest of the Ewing sons, Bobby, introduces his wealthy family to his new bride, Pamela Barnes. But given the long-standing feud between their two families, not everyone is pleased. In fact, older brother J.R. immediately begins plotting to break up the marriageÖ Other notable episodes include ìElectionî in which J.R.ís nemesis Cliff Barnes sees his congressional hopes undercut by a Ewing-financed opposition campaign, and the season finale ìJohn Ewing IIIî in which Sue Ellenís alcoholism threatens the life of her unborn baby

Frasier (Season 2) DVD Review

Much like the shows Seinfeld and Friends, Frasier, the Kelsey Grammer Cheers spin-off, dominated the NBC prime time TV lineup throughout the 1990s. Grammer stars in the title role of Dr. Frasier Crane who, recently divorced, moves back to his home city of Seattle, Washington. Landing a gig as a radio psychiatrist, Frasier reluctantly agrees to let his father Marty (John Mahoney), a Seattle cop recently shot in an attempted robbery, move into his new bachelor pad. Both Frasier and his younger brother Niles (David Hyde Pierce) make a concerted effort to mend the relationship with their estranged father whose beer guzzling friends, plaid shirt wardrobe, and weathered recliner strike a dramatic contrast with the boys and their pretentious social circles. Daphne Moon (Jane Leeves) acts as Frasierís live-in housekeeper and Martyís personal physical therapist.The Frasier (Season 2) DVD offers a number of hilarious episodes including episode #40 where Sam Malone (Ted Danson) visits Frasier in Seattle. Sam fills Frasier in on what the various members of the Cheers gang are now up to. In the next to last episode of the season, Frasier and Niles (against Martinís advice) purchase a restaurant they enjoyed during their youth and rename it ìLes Freres Heureuxî or ìThe Happy Brothersî. The two inevitably run the operation into the ground (on opening night, nonetheless)ÖBelow is a list of episodes included on the Frasier (Season 2) DVD:Episode 25 (Slow Tango in South Seattle) Air Date: 09-20-1994Episode 26 (The Unkindest Cut of All) Air Date: 09-27-1994Episode 27 (The Matchmaker) Air Date: 10-04-1994Episode 28 (Flour Child) Air Date: 10-11-1994Episode 29 (Dukeís, We Hardly Knew You) Air Date: 10-18-1994Episode 30 (The Botched Language of Cranes) Air Date: 11-01-1994Episode 31 (The Candidate) Air Date: 11-08-1994Episode 32 (Adventures in Paradise: Part 1) Air Date: 11-15-1994Episode 33 (Adventures in Paradise: Part 2) Air Date: 11-22-1994Episode 34 (Burying a Grudge) Air Date: 11-29-1994Episode 35 (Seat of Power) Air Date: 12-13-1994Episode 36 (Roz in the Doghouse) Air Date: 01-03-1995Episode 37 (Retirement is Murder) Air Date: 01-10-1995Episode 38 (Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me TwiceÖ) Air Date: 02-07-1995Episode 39 (You Scratch My BookÖ) Air Date: 02-14-1995Episode 40 (The Show Where Sam Shows Up) Air Date: 02-21-1995Episode 41 (Daphneís Room) Air Date: 02-28-1995Episode 42 (The Club) Air Date: 03-21-1995Episode 43 (Someone to Watch Over Me) Air Date: 03-28-1995Episode 44 (Breaking the Ice) Air Date: 04-18-1995Episode 45 (An Affair to Forget) Air Date: 05-02-1995Episode 46 (Agents in America, Part III) Air Date: 05-09-1995Episode 47 (The Innkeepers) Air Date: 05-16-1995Episode 48 (Dark Victory) Air Date: 05-23-1995

Leave a good impression

Let's say that you have to organize a very important event and you want to make sure that you leave a good impression and that others are full of praise for you. What this means is that you will have to hire the help of professionals who will take care of some details, like the catering service. So, if you need a great NYC corporate catering company with years of experience, there is no doubt that you should call Kitchen Provance. With almost 20 years of experience in their line of work, these guys will cook the best foods for you and provide guests with a high level of service during the event.

The Power of Corporate Videos

What do you know about the corporate video nyc services? Are you aware of the power that they have when it comes to attracting new customers for your business? You might not have used a corporate video as marketing tool, but you should start doing this. You can be sure of the fact that if the video production that films the video and writes the script is creative and experienced, the power of your corporate video is going to be amazing. Numerous companies have significantly grown with the help of corporate videos and yours is not going to be an exception. You just have to try it.

My Job For The Reunion Is To Find A New Smyrna Beach Caterer

It was our family reunion, but we were going to have it in an unfamiliar area. New Smyrna Beach was a halfway point for our family, so it seemed like the first reunion in 20 years was going to get underway. No doubt many of us get together from time to time, but life is busy. I haven’t seen many of my cousins and some aunts and uncles in years. Besides, we are planning it well in advance so others can get here from out of state. I was in charge of finding a New Smyrna Beach caterer so that we could feed 500 plus people at the reunion.

Challenging the World of Fashion

It is really amazing when a person looks at all of the different fashion websites that are available online. They will be able to see how wide of a variety of different clothing is available. Some of these styles have become very famous. For example, it was because of the world of fashion that top hats became famous. Even though it is not very common to see need nowadays, when they were being marketed many years ago, people jumped on the idea and bought and wore many of them. The same kind of marketing is going on today and a lot of it is taking place on the Internet. If you would like to know more, we can show you how we are challenging the world of fashion.

Good Times (DVD) Review

Nominated for three Golden Globes, Good Times premiered in mid-season 1974 to widespread critical acclaim and audience popularity. A spin-off of the Bea Arthur (of Golden Girls fame) sitcom Maude (1972), Good Times became the fourth of five highly successful sitcoms brought into being during the 1970′s decade by Norman Lear. In addition to Maude, those sitcoms were All In The Family (1971), Sanford & Son (1972), and The Jeffersons (1975). The second of three to focus exclusively on African-American family life, Good Times became a source for groundbreaking social commentary in compliment to its penchant for hilarious family comedyÖGood Times centers around the lives of James (John Amos) and Florida Evans (Esther Rolle), an African-American couple raising their three children in a Chicago housing development. Eldest son J.J. (Jimmie Walker) is a skinny, wisecracking ladies man with an affinity for painting. Middle child Thelma (BernNadette Stanis) plays the role of moderating influence on the passions of her two brothers, while youngest son Michael (Ralph Carter) is always involved in a cause to help others or end an injustice. The family is often visited by Florida’s best friend from high school, Willona (Ja’net DuBois), who also lives in the project. In later seasons, she’s accompanied by adopted daughter Penny (Janet Jackson). With additional comic relief provided by overweight super Nathan Bookman (Johnny Brown), Good Times is a family-oriented TV series laden with great one-liners and plenty of laugh-tracksÖThe Good Times DVD (Season 1) features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere “Too Old Blues” in which James is exciting at the prospect of being hired for a high-paying job. But while at the interview, James learns that the training program for the job only accepts qualified applicants aged 18-35. At 42, he’s too old for the job. Meanwhile, Florida and the kids have put together a surprise party unaware that James was rejectedÖ Other notable episodes from Season 1 include “Getting Up the Rent” in which the Evans family is faced with an eviction notice, prompting each member to devise a scheme for coming up with the necessary cash, and “The Visitor” in which Michael’s letter-to-the-editor about the housing conditions at the Evans’ project merits a visit from a housing commission official who experiences the squalor firsthand