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    Staples Center Case Study

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    contract with the Staples Center differ from the sports department accept press passes for the events held in the arena? The two situations differ in two main ways. For one, when sports journalists report on a game they may give the article a certain slant, but for the most part, the story will be fact-based. A sports story based on a game will either say the home team won or lost regardless of whether the reporter was given free passes. Therefore, the nature of sports reporting compared to other areas of reporting makes it harder for objectivity to be tainted. The second difference is that the contract between the L.A. Times and the Staples Center was a conflict of interest. It outlined that they would have “ideas that would generate revenue for us.” The two businesses shared profits with one another, making it beneficial for both businesses to promote the other. This can be compared to a sports article being printed. A newspaper will…

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    Essay On Grammys

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    For over half a century the Grammys has annually congratulated artists in the music industry for their achievements in performing and songwriting. Every year since 1959 they would vote and nominate various artists from different categories to celebrate their success for that year. The nominees would be the artists who made the biggest sales in the months of October the previous year and September of that year. The actual event is held during February of every year. For 2017 it was held in the…

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    Everyone at the Staples Center that night knew the real main sporting event was here in L.A. I decided to pay homage that night and wore my classic San Diego Clippers customized JJ Reddick jersey, with Blake Griffin’s own personalized Jordan 1’s that are made in red and black. Jordan wore her DeAndre Jordan jersey with some Clipper sweat pants. I even had a beanie with the clipper’s on (that’s saying a lot since I usually wear my hair in an afro). We head over back to the Staples’ and were meet…

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    The Grammy Museum

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    location itself was beautiful as well as once inside I was truly able to enjoy the view of downtown L.A. I also truly loved the layout of the museum self-tour as well as having to walk to each floor of the museum was beautifully displayed. The History of the Grammy Awards began in May 04 of 1959 in L.A as well as New York, where they awarded 28 Grammys There once was over 100 categories now there is around 83. The fist Grammy Award was given to Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu(Volare) to the Record of…

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    Michael Jackson was an icon in the Pop industry, He was so Popular that he was given the nickname “The King of Pop”. On the afternoon of June 25, 2009 at 12:24 pm the pop sensation died at the age of 50 of cardiac arrest. Some of the pills that killed him were Anesthetic Propofol, Anxiolytic Lorazepam and Midazolam. On June 24, 2009 Michael Jackson was working on his comeback/ His kids first time seeing him perform at the London o2 center then returned home took his pills and went to bed. The…

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    Military strategy, such as new weaponry and biological disease spread, wiped out former populations, which cleared space for colonization, allowing the European empire to expand. Agricultural advancements, such as spice trade and wheat growth, boosted Europe’s economical wealth. Works Cited Ahmad, Iftikhar, Herbert Brodsky, Marylee S. Crofts, and Elisabeth G. Ellis. "Shaping the Industrial World." World Cultures: A Global Mosaic. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2004. N. pag. Print. "Food…

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    Food Biography Bread is one of the most staple foods in so many different cultures. There’s the standard American white bread, Jewish Challah, Indian Naan, and so on and so forth. In a wider lens, bread is a language in itself; a language that has always intrigued me/spoken to me. Since I was little, about 3 or 4, I’ve been… intrigued by bread, to say the least. It may’ve had something to do with the fact that bread was the first ‘real food’ to actually enter my mouth. While I may not be able…

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    Mavis Staples made an impact on the civil rights movement as a singer. Mavis was in a singing group with her father, brother Pervis, and her two sisters Yvonne and Cleotha.(Family Circle) The family band was created after her father gave up his job as a cotton picker in Illinois. Mavis, at only age ten became the lead singer of the Staples Singers. Her voice sounded a lot older and much bolder than a singer her age should. This group was just the start of the impact that Mavis had on the Civil…

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    Square and on to the next part of my adventure. To be completely honest, I didn’t really have a plan. I just decided to leave Time Square after being coaxed into giving money to people dressed as cartoon characters that speaks with a distinctive accent. But I left with my pride and a photo of myself with Iron Man, Hello Kitty, and Grover on my phone. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one is definitely not worth twelve dollars. Right as I enter the subway, I remembered I…

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    to be in the company of people who seek my knowledge and assistance. After researching nurse-midwifery, I have reached the conclusion nurse-midwifery is the career I wish to pursue. There are plenty of components of this career that suit the lifestyle I wish to obtain. I believe, if I work hard, I can pursue the career as a nurse-midwife. Three things I believe will best suit my lifestyle from this career include the education requirements, salary, and the work environment. I wish to pursue…

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