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Midori champagne

Filed by Lucire staff/June 13, 2008/12.33

As it’s Friday, here’s another great recipe from Midori, the melon liqueur, to celebrate the weekend: the Midori champagne. 15 ml (½ oz) Midori top with dry champagne Method: build. Enjoy your Friday night! […]

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The Midori martini

Filed by Lucire staff/June 12, 2008/13.50

With the splendid northern weather, it’s time for another great recipe from Midori, the famous melon liqueur: the Midori martini. 15 ml (½ oz) Midori 30 ml (1 oz) gin or vodka dash of dry vermouth (optional) Shake, then garnish with red cherry. Keep an eye on Lucire, where we’ll bring you even more this […]

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Welcome to Planet Green

Filed by Jack Yan/June 6, 2008/10.32

On June 4, 2008, we said, ‘Welcome,’ to Planet Green, Discovery’s new channel replacing Discovery Home. And the welcome is felt extra-strongly because one of the channel’s personalities and board advisers is none other than Lucire editor-at-large Summer Rayne Oakes.    She tells me that there is a Wasted show that is based on the one […]

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Weather Girls in Cannes

Filed by Jack Yan/June 2, 2008/6.30

My friends Donna Spangler and Richie Benveniste have been in contact with Donna’s new TV comedy, Weather Girls. They’ve just come back from Cannes, as Weather Girls has sold in Europe.    Donna produces, and stars with Lynne Langdon (who also wrote and directed the première episode) and Simona Fusco Stratten.    The Cannes première […]

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The Midori Margarita

Filed by Lucire staff/May 29, 2008/13.58

Our friends at Midori will be keeping us informed of some great cocktails for the northern summer here at Lucire—and we’ll be sharing some recipes during the next few weeks.    Here’s one for starters, from the advertisement itself: 1 oz Midori melon liqueur 2 oz Cabo Wabo tequila 1 oz margarita mix Blend with […]

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The ’60s had it

Filed by Lucire staff//11.24

The swinging ’60s, birthplace of the miniskirt, kinky boots, the Beatles, Mini Cooper and Twiggy, has been voted the decade that gave Europeans the most timeless styles, according to a survey conducted by LG Electronics, which commissioned the survey to coincide with the launch of its new third Black Label Series handset, the LG Secret. […]

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Film director Sydney Pollack, 73, dies

Filed by Lucire staff/May 27, 2008/9.51

Oscar-winning ?lm director Sydney Pollack, 73, has passed away in Los Angeles, according to his publicist, Leslee Dart. He had been suffering from cancer.    Pollack was best known for directing They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?, with Jane Fonda; Tootsie, with Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange; and Out of Africa, with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford. […]

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Renault launches Laguna Coupé at Festival de Cannes

Filed by Lucire staff//9.07

Renault has launched its new Laguna 3 Coupé—and in one fell swoop, it has turned an odd-looking sedan into a sexy sports car. And as proof that cars are becoming fashion items, the company has launched it at the Festival de Cannes, the Cannes Film Festival, driven to a première by its boss, Carlos Ghosn. […]

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Puma supports The Day after Peace screening at Cannes

Filed by Lucire staff/May 22, 2008/9.16

Puma supported the ?rst screening of the ?lm The Day after Peace, a documentary by ?lmmaker and Peace One Day founder Jeremy Gilley during the 61st Cannes Film Festival. Featuring football player David Beckham and actors Jude Law and Jonny Lee Miller, the movie aims at promoting World Peace Day (September 21) in countries like […]

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Cars and fashion: IADT students get inspired by GM

Filed by Lucire staff/May 21, 2008/23.42

There’s a part of us that’s slightly cynical about the corporate involvement in this video, but it’s no different from sponsorships from fashion designers or fabric companies at polytechnic level. General Motors teamed up with the International Academy of Design & Technology and provided five cars from which students could be inspired. They had to […]

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