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OpPoRtunity-filled calendars

Much of the media was very focused last week on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. The White House alternately downplayed its significance while still touting its accomplishments; at times there seemed to be a rush to get more done before the 100-day “deadline.” If there really was no “deadline,” why was such importance attached to this milestone? Like… Read more »

Pop, Rock and PR

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In 1971, just a year after the break-up of the Beatles, George Harrison took up a cause. Having heard of the great loss of lives due to a famine in East Pakistan which followed a brutal civil war, Harrison organized two concerts at Madison Square Garden to raise international awareness and fund relief efforts for refugees. The “Concert for Bangladesh” was the first-ever benefit… Read more »