VS Model Ab Workout Printable!

Hey POPsters!

Here is your Victoria Secret Model Abs printable! You can see the video here. I am currently editing your VS Supermodel Stiletto Workout to continue the series :) Guess which shoe I ended up wearing?

You will need to pull out yours too! Wearing heels will help you build your core strength, balance, as well as build nice calves!

This is gonna be one fun workout! Can’t wait for you to see it!

K that’s my quick update for the day! Tweet me pics of which heel you’re gonna wear. Oh! And you’re gonna love the songs!

<3 Cassey



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Clausen, “The Simpsons” Sean P. Callery, “24″MUSIC COMPOSITITION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL (DRAMATIC SCORE): Rachel Portman, “Grey Gardens” Howard Goodall, “Into the Storm” (Winner) John Lunn, “Little Dorrit” Jeff Beal, “Loving Leah” Marcelo Zarvos, “Taking Chance” Sean P. 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Morgan, Marina Zenovich, “Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired” (Winner)Penn Jillette, Teller, Star Price, Rich Nathanson, Michael Goudeau, David Wechter, Cliff Schoenberg, Sheryl Zohn, “Penn & Teller: Bullshit!”Michael Kantor, Laurence Maslon, “Make ‘Em Laugh” SOUND EDITING IN A SERIES:”Battlestar Galactica” (Winner)”CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”"Smallville”"Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” “24″ SOUND EDITING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL:”The Courageous Heart Of Irena Sendler” “Generation Kill” (Winner) “Into the Storm” “The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice” “Taking Chance” “24: Redemption”SOUND EDITING FOR A NONFICTION PROGRAMMING (SINGLE OR MULTI-CAMERA):”The Amazing Race,” CBS”American Masters,” PBS “China’s Unnatural Disaster: The Tears of Sichuan Province,” HBO “102 Minutes That Changed America,” History (Winner)”Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired,” HBO SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (ONE-HOUR):”Battlestar Galactica”"Boston Legal”"House” (Winner)”Lost”"24″ SOUND MIXING FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE:”Generation Kill” (Winner) “Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story” “Grey Gardens” “Taking Chance” “24: Redemption” SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION:”Entourage” (Winner) “Flight of the Conchords” “The Office” “Scrubs” “30 Rock” “Weeds” SOUND MIXING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC SERIES OR SPECIAL OR ANIMATION:”81st Annual Academy Awards” (Winner)”American Idol: Finale”"Beijing 2008 Olympic Games” “Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl Halftime Show”"Dancing with the Stars”"The 51st Annual Grammy Awards” SOUND MIXING FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING (SINGLE OR MULTI-CAMERA):”The Amazing Race” “American Idol” “Deadliest Catch”"102 Minutes That Changed America” (Winner)”Survivor” SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS FOR A SERIES:”Battlestar Galactica” “Fringe”"Ghost Whisperer”"Heroes” (Winner)”Sanctuary”"Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL:”Generation Kill: The Cradle of Civilization” (Winner)”Into the Storm: Scott Free” STUNT COORDINATION:”Burn Notice” “Chuck” (Winner)”Criminal Minds”"My Name Is Earl”"24″TECHNICAL DIRECTION, CAMERAWORK, VIDEO FOR A SERIES:”American Idol” (Winner)”Jimmy Kimmel Live”"Dancing with the Stars”"Late Show With David Letterman”"Saturday Night Live” TECHNICAL DIRECTION, CAMERAWORK, VIDEO FOR A MINISERIES MOVIE OR SPECIAL:”81st Annual Academy Awards” “Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony” (Winner) “Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl Halftime Show” “The 51st Annual Grammy Awards” “The 62nd Annual Tony Awards” OUTSTANDING VOICE-OVER PERFORMANCE:Hank Azaria, “The Simpsons”Fox Dan Castellaneta, “The Simpsons”Fox (Winner)Seth Green, “Robot Chicken”Cartoon NetworkSeth MacFarlane, “Family Guy”FoxRon Rifkin, “American Masters”PBSHarry Shearer, “The Simpsons”FoxTHE editorial cartoon pictures two tourists being ejected from Hanauma Bay State Beach Park, one of Hawaii’s most beautiful strips of sea and sand. One tourist dejectedly tells the other, “I didn’t know about the test.” The illustration plays off a year-old get-tough policy that requires all visitors to watch a nine-minute educational film before they’re allowed on the beach. There isn’t actually a test, but woe to the tourist who ignores the film and feeds the fish, drops cigarette butts on the beach or walks on the delicate reef. “This is a nature preserve,” park manager Alan Hong said when I visited in August. “People who are looking for a beach where they can play Frisbee are going to find this isn’t it.” There’s change afoot on Oahu, from the stunning reefs of Hanauma Bay to the strip of tourist hotels lining Waikiki Beach, where, it’s hoped, an infusion of $1 billion will revitalize an area that was showing its age. At Hanauma Bay, about 10 miles southeast of Waikiki, change has meant a cleaner beach and clearer water. Empty plastic bread bags no longer litter the area — jetsam once left by tourists who were handed loaves of bread to feed the fish as they exited tour buses. The mandatory film is one several measures to protect Hanauma Bay — often listed as one of America’s top 10 beaches — from visitors who were loving it to death. Tour buses no longer can enter; they’re allowed to stop on a bluff overlooking the park so passengers can take a quick look from afar. And only 300 cars are allowed into the parking lot each morning, so if you don’t arrive before 8 or 8:30 a.m. on busy summer days, you may be out of luck. If you do find a place to park, you’ll be charged $5 to visit the beach. (Kids and local residents are admitted free.) I hadn’t been to Hanauma for a dozen years or more. On my last visit, people were parked helter-skelter, but this time, Times photographer Gail Fisher and I arrived at 8:10 a.m. and parked in an orderly fashion in one of the last spaces in the lot. The gate closed shortly thereafter. “We used to get 3 million visitors a year on the beach,” Hong told us. “We’ve reduced that to 1 million. People look at it as very poor customer service, but we do what we have to do to protect this resource.” We watched the film — which explains that the reef is a fragile, living thing — and saw beautiful footage of the creatures we would encounter if we went snorkeling: yellow tangs, black-and-white Moorish idols, bright green sea turtles. “Look but don’t touch,” the film cautioned viewers. Cleared as beachgoers, we were allowed to ride a tram down to the crescent-shaped bay in the crater of a long-extinct volcano. The water was a brilliant turquoise, with a labyrinth of coral fingers stretching from the reef almost to the shoreline. Visitors could rent snorkel gear for $6, but there were no food stands on the beach. “Cuts down on trash,” Hong said. “It’s in keeping with the way a nature preserve should look.”Changing its imageWhile Hanauma Bay is improving its appearance by limiting visitors, Waikiki is improving itself in hopes of increasing visitors. They’ll find new upscale shopping centers and broad landscaped walkways. Aging hotels have been renovated, and the shrinking beach is being widened. “We needed to change the perception of Waikiki as a mature, aging resort area,” said Rick Egged, president of the Waikiki Improvement Assn. “There’s no denying the product was slipping. Everybody knew it, but no one did anything about it. Honolulu was a cash cow. All the business community had to do was manage the cash registers. There were decades of neglect.” The bubble burst when the Japanese economy crashed in the 1990s. “We were being held afloat by Japanese tourism,” Egged said. “People realized we needed to do something so we wouldn’t be so dependent.” Other changes weren’t helping. New resorts were being built on Maui, Kauai and the Big Island, and airlines were increasingly bypassing Oahu and delivering visitors directly to the other islands. A revitalization project, which got underway in the late ’90s, gained momentum after Sept. 11. Nearly half a billion dollars has been pumped into Waikiki. Another half a billion has been committed to future projects. The investment shows. As we walked along Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki’s main thoroughfare, we saw that the street had been narrowed to create wide, inviting pedestrian walkways. Sidewalks were newly tiled, flowers spilled out of lamppost baskets and waterfalls splashed. Members of the Aloha Patrol, a security and information service, were standing watch and answering tourists’ questions.During , trend-setting French designer , who extolled the virtues of simplicity — albeit very expensive simplicity — had a love affair with a German officer. She was once arrested on war crime charges but was set free through the intervention of the British royal family.But don’t look for that controversial chapter of her life in the new French film which opens Friday. The lavish two-hour biopic concentrates on her life before she became famous. “I didn’t want to go into the 1930s and ’40s,” says writer-director Anne Fontaine (“The Girl From Monaco”). “I wanted to be free. I didn’t want to be controlled by any Chanel house. I could do the script the way I wanted. I also think it makes sense to start when she was very young and let it go at the beginning of her fame.” Fontaine was surprised that so many of her fellow countrymen didn’t know about Chanel’s history. “They didn’t know about her youth at all,” she says. “They thought she was kind of bourgeoise and very tough, of course, which was true. And they had the last part of her life in their minds because it is not too far from today.” (Coco Chanel died in 1971 at the age of 87.)Part of the reason even French people didn’t know about Chanel’s past is that she made up a fanciful history for herself and continued embellishing it for years to come. She extolled the fact that her father had sailed to America to strike it rich after her mother had died and she was forced to live with her two spinster aunts.In reality, Chanel was abandoned as a youngster by her father at an orphanage at a Roman Catholic monastery, where she learned to be a seamstress. She got a taste of the good life when she became the mistress of millionaire playboy Ètienne Balsan and then fell in love for the first time with the self-made and very married Arthur “Boy” Capel. Through Capel she was able to get the financing to open her millinery shop. “She wants to forget this very big depression and to invent a new life, to be able to live and go forward,” Fontaine says. “She had this incredible determination and ambition to be somebody someday. She wanted to become some sort of artist.”Fontaine didn’t even begin writing the script until she met with actress Audrey Tautou, who has played child-women in such films as “Amélie” and “A Very Long Engagement.” Physically, Tautou would be perfect for the part because she had the same diminutive, boyish build as Chanel. But Fontaine didn’t know if she was going to be tough enough. Ten minutes into their meeting, she realized that Tautou had the grit it would take to play Chanel.”I don’t think anybody else in France could have played that part,” Fontaine says. “I think what she has is the charisma and determination for Chanel. This is the first time she’s played the part of a real adult woman.”Tautou was more than ready to play a grown-up.”It was great to play such a complex woman,” the actress says. “It was new for me to experiment with the authority and the rudeness and the severity and the strength of Chanel.”Tautou became confused during research on the designer because Chanel kept embellishing her life story. So Tautou turned instead to photographs of the designer as a young woman to gain insights.”You would immediately see how charismatic she was and how elegant, even if she was wearing a completely common dress,” Tautou says. “She had a way of standing with a lot of elegance and class and charm. You could see she was very intense and concentrated. You could also see that she had a kind of melancholy.”For Tautou, the key challenge was maintaining Chanel’s strong, often abrasive personality throughout the shoot “because I am not like that. I am much more sweet. I needed to have this authority even if I didn’t have to express it in each scene.”Chanel, she says, was not happy because she was in chaos. “I don’t think she knew who she was. She wanted to be different and was waiting for something to happen. It’s scary and frightening to be a rebel.”"I ASKED the clothing store clerk if she had anything to make me look thinner and she said, ‘How about a week in Bangladesh?’" wisecracked .I WANT to complain bitterly about something. Maybe nobody cares but me, however, I consider myself to be an ardent fan of , constantly correcting my overly-critical friends who think the nation’s premier newspaper has fallen on bad times. I am forever boasting of its record, its dedication and the fact that it would be an enormous loss to this country should it ever change radically and maybe, go under. (The contrary is certainly the hope of and his Wall Street Journal. But I want both of these great newspapers of record to thrive.)Still, they are doing something in the Times on Sundays that is almost incomprehensible.They have a column called "What I Wore," a kind of diary of consumerism with actresses, models, social climbers and charitable women. Last Sunday, on Dec. 4, they featured an actress I really admire. She is , an Emmy-winning actress on the successful series "The Good Wife." As the character Kalinda Sharma, she is the deus ex machina of what happens in this legal , sleeping with men and women, too, in order to gain her ends — which are usually (but not always) good causes engaged in by her law firm.Ms. Panjabi appeared in the Times pages in a beautiful dress by and I liked knowing what great designer she was wearing as this is information we all need about a real art form, couture, and how the other half lives. I like to know who designed what.But the newspaper article about a week in Ms. Panjabi’s life was absurdly ridiculous in its "fashionista" overkill. On Monday, she "wore J Brand dark boot-cut denim." She boasted she has about 10 pairs of them. Then she went on about her Vince oversize sweater, a black wool and black boots. When I gave this article to my associate Denis Ferrara to read, he gagged and said it destroyed his remaining brain cells.The rest of the week, Ms. Panjabi told us everything she was wearing every day, mentioning 55 separate clothing and design names plus a few restaurants. (What a treat for the unemployed and underpaid wannabes whose mouths were watering.)Is it the Times way to dispatch advertising people to show retailers that they are mentioning them, or is it just left to Ms. Panjabi to make a fool of herself for doing it for them? Such an excess of consumerism and conspicuous consumption I have seldom seen. Or is it part of the Times editing way to try to completely identify every part of everything any of these celebrities wear? To give all the facts? Or news fit to print? (I am surprised they didn’t give the cost of the items and exactly where one could buy each and every item if only one had the means.)I HAVE done my share of touting favorite places, favorite people and favorite retail and wholesale "names" in the dozens of celebrity columns I have written over almost 50 years covering entertainment. But "What I Wore" is a nasty excess in these particular times. Maybe it’s just the Times point of view to create desire and envy and to show how superficial people can be. No wonder every kid you know wants to get in show business where the chance of becoming a millionaire is so appealing.Maybe the Times will find some poor schoolteachers in the Bronx to tell us what they are wearing and how we can aspire to same.Or maybe Ms. Panjabi’s press agent wrote this ridiculous piece of fluff. She remains one of my favorite actors on television and perhaps she is not to blame for such excess.(E-mail at , or write to her c/o Tribune Media Services, 2225 Kenmore Ave., Suite 114, Buffalo, NY 14207.)It was fair to consider Tuesday night’s matchup with a midterm exam for the volleyball team.Sure, the Wildcats are only 12 matches into a 31-match season, but, at 8-3 entering Tuesday’s match against the Sun Devils, coach Dave Rubio needed a true test to see where his team was.He got one, and his squad passed with flying colors. The Wildcats topped the rival Sun Devils in four sets (25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-21) in front of 1,623 fans at McKale Center Tuesday night in the conference openers for both teams.”Getting a win in this conference is really hard,” Rubio said. “You really savor it. I’ve been in this league 21 years, and I can tell you it’s so hard to get a win. You have to work hard and play every single point. I thought we did that tonight.”Madi Kingdon led the way for Arizona with 20 kills and 11 digs. Chanel Brown and Lauren Fuller combined for 50 assists, and libero Candace Nicholson added a team-high 21 digsThe Wildcats entered the match not having dropped a set since Sept. 7 when they lost to TCU 3-1. Total, Rubio’s squad had lost just five sets entering Wednesday’s match and had won 29.With no seniors and seven freshmen on his roster, Rubio wanted to put together a nonconference schedule that had a few challenges but also had a lot of winnable matches at home.”I knew we were going to be really, really young,” Rubio said. “I wanted three tournaments at home, and I wanted to be 10-1 or 9-2, and we ended up at 8-3, which is fine.”This year, I just wanted to be above .500 (at the end of the season). Next year, we will go for a top-16 seed (in the tournament), and we’ll have to go play some teams and beat some teams.”That’s next year.This year, Rubio wanted his young team to learn how to win, and it seems like they are accomplishing that.There were a couple of disappointing losses in nonconference play including a 3-2 setback to Cal State-Northridge and the loss to TCU. But, Rubio is OK with those — for now.”The thing that was disappointing but expected was every match we lost, I felt like we were the better team,” Rubio said. “We were in position to win every single one of those games. I think the lack of maturity in those matches came out, and we learned from them, evidenced by how we played tonight.”I knew we were going to experience and suffer some losses we shouldn’t, but my hope is that we’re going to beat some people going forward that we aren’t supposed to.”Arizona can begin testing that theory Saturday.Washington, ranked No. 5 in the AVCA Top 25 at 10-0, comes to McKale Center to start a stretch in which the Wildcats will see four teams (Washington, Stanford, USC and UCLA) ranked in the top six over their next five matches.”Going out there and playing some of the best teams in the country night in and night out is really exciting for us,” Kingdon said. “It’s a great experience for us to grow.”I thought we played really well tonight against ASU, and I’m excited now to see how we do against the rest of the conference.”Rubio added: “We better strap it up and get ready. It’s great we got a win, but we have a lot of work and a lot of season ahead of us.”Extra points– Saturday’s match against Washington has been moved to a 5 p.m., start. It was originally scheduled for 7 but was moved so it would not interfere with the football team’s game at Oregon, which starts at 7:30.Up next– What: Washington at Arizona– Where: McKale Center– When: 5 p.m. Saturday ___(c)2012 The Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Ariz.)Visit The Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Ariz.) at Distributed by MCT Information ServicesA frightening jolted Baltimore and much of the East Coast on Tuesday, shaking buildings and rattling nerves. Thousands of people streamed from offices and homes into the afternoon sunshine, stunned by a phenomenon more commonly associated with seismic hot spots like California and Japan.Area officials reported that the quake caused only pockets of significant damage, and there were no known deaths or serious injuries, locally or nationwide. But the sense of alarm was widespread as mystified residents jammed phone networks trying to reach loved ones and officials scrambled to assess the fallout. And humans weren’t the only ones feeling anxiety: Vibration-sensitive elephants at the reacted by linking trunks and clustering together.After the ground shook for several seconds, buildings were evacuated, pushing workers into the streets, and some businesses and agencies shut down for the afternoon. Rail travel was interrupted, and many commuters faced an early, congested rush hour.Building inspectors quickly fanned out in Baltimore and around the state to check for structural damage, and authorities urged homeowners to look for foundation cracks and other signs of the quake’s effects.The gave the quake a preliminary magnitude of 5.8, making it one of the strongest on record for Virginia, and one of the strongest ever felt in .The quake, centered 35 miles northwest ofRichmond, was felt from theGeorgia to Canada. It struck at 1:51 p.m. The geological survey reported several aftershocks.While smaller temblors are hardly unheard of in the region, most go unnoticed. Jeffrey Halka, at the Maryland Geological Survey, said the state typically gets two a year that people can feel. Tuesday’s was among the few times anyone now alive has ever felt the ground in Baltimore shake that violently.The thought of an earthquake did not even initially occur to many. Some at first feared terrorism, while others jumped to more mundane conclusions. Chanel Jenkins figured she was just having mechanical trouble when her car began shaking as she hunted for parking downtown.”I just had work on the car, so I was a little annoyed,” said Jenkins, a day care provider and nurse. She was astounded when she saw people pouring out of buildings as she was driving in downtown Baltimore. “I couldn’t figure out what happened,” she said.Some workers in Baltimore’s World Trade Center said when the waterfront tower began to rock, they feared the worst. “The windows were buckling,” said Deborah Harris, who works on the 10th floor. “My first thought was and the fact that we work in the World Trade Center.”"Everybody hurried to get to the stairwell. We didn’t know what had happened,” said Deborah Hawkins-Epps, an administrative assistant who was in her seventh-floor office.Others missed the excitement altogether. “We didn’t feel a thing,” said Tennessee resident Sarah Vos, who was inside The Gallery mall downtown at the time with her husband and their two children.In Baltimore, the earthquake badly damaged the steeple and bell tower at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church in . A spokesman for the archdiocese said the church was unsafe to occupy, and he encouraged worshippers to go to nearby Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in instead.Farther east in Highlandtown, the Order of the Sons of Italy building on Gough Street partially collapsed onto an adjacent doctor’s office, leaving piles of brick in the front yard.In , where the historic district dates to Colonial times, several old buildings reported possible damage, including loose or fallen bricks, said Rhonda Wardlaw, a city spokeswoman. Plaster fell off the ceiling in parts of the State House.In theDistrict of Columbia, a pinnacle at the National Cathedral — the highest point in Washington — sustained significant damage, according to cathedral officials.The National Mall was closed for a time, and workers evacuated the House and Senate office buildings.Baltimore City officials warned residents at an afternoon news conference to prepare for aftershocks and to exercise caution around damaged buildings.Amanda Ritchey is an artist who followed her passion in life. She confesses that since her aunts were speech pathologists and her mother was a social worker, Amanda had always thought she would follow in their professional footsteps. But when she graduated from , she didn’t know exactly what she wanted to do in graduate school, so she decided to take a job behind the makeup counter at Nordstrom in Towson.It was a life-altering decision. “It was during that time at Nordstrom that I found I had a gift for makeup and sales. People would request me, and I just got busier and busier,” says Ritchie.During her years with Nordstrom she was trained in many different makeup lines including Bobbi Brown, MAC, Stila and . Each company had their own schools and professional trainers who taught Ritchie the tricks of the trade. “What I learned during those early years is that makeup artistry comes from within. You have to see what is beautiful in people to be a good makeup artist,” reveals Ritchie.In 2004, Ritchie left Nordstrom and opened up her own business at the time called Makeup Artistry by Amanda and created her own cosmetic line, Amanda Ritchie Beauty, which is what she uses on clients today. “Having the experience of working with so many makeup lines, colors, and pigments, I was inspired to find my own line of cosmetics.” Ritchie’s makeup line has no oils, dyes or fragrance and is hypoallergenic. As her career began to soar, she began to diversify her experience by doing corrective cosmetics for as well as weddings and social events. By 2009, Ritchie opened up Amanda Ritchey Bridal & Beauty in Bel Air. “I wanted to get more involved in the bridal business. I wanted to have a bridal suite where women could come to on the day of their wedding and prepare for their special day.” The salon is a one-stop-shop for brides from trying on gowns and jewelry to giving makeup and hair trials for the big day. And just recently, Ritchie opened up another store that is strictly dedicated to her makeup studio. This 5,400-square-foot space is where brides and potential clients come for makeup trials. “We not only do weddings and special events, but we help people who need to learn how to apply makeup correctly. Knowing the right way to enhance your best qualities makes people feel better and boosts their confidence.”But Ritchie doesn’t do it all alone anymore, she has a team of eight artists and hairdressers who can do up to 10 events in a one week and, in effect, brings the salon experience to their client’s front door. “We come to you on your wedding day. We do on-location hair and makeup services…we are a traveling beauty team. Every Saturday and Sunday…sometimes Thursdays and Fridays.” The regular fee for brides is $125 and the bridesmaids are $75; flower girls are free.Ritchie is supported by a talented staff and the support of her family. Husband, Chad, and her three children, Sabrina, 13, Troy, 11 and Charlotte, 4 help Ritchie find the balance to keep this busy operation going. “Harford County is a great place to raise a family. Everyone in this community has been welcoming and supportive. I continue to get well wishes and repeat business,” she says. “I have only been open three years, and people continue to bring back friends and family. It’s wonderful.”Thursday is the 40th anniversary of an event that has reverberated up and down Main Street in Bel Air to this day.What some in town still refer to as the Great Bel Air Fire raged for more than four hours on Wednesday morning, Feb. 2, 1972 – Groundhog Day.The fire resulted in the loss of six businesses and more than $2 million in damage. Miraculously, no one was killed or seriously injured. The three buildings where the fire was confined, one an imposing three-story structure known as the Vaughn Hotel just north and across Main Street from the Harford County Courthouse, had to be demolished shortly after the fire. Some 255 “men” fought the fire, according to one of the newspaper headlines of the day. The Aegis edition of Feb. 3, 1972, called the fire the worst in ‘s history – the town was incorporated in 1874, became the county seat of Harford County in 1782 and has existed in some form since 1731. There’s been no fire in or close to Bel Air since that has matched its intensity or size.The fire also came at a time when Main Street was starting to make a transition from a traditional small town business and retail center to a more specialty, professional center.Raced down blockThe fire started in the basement of the Red Fox Restaurant on the east side of the first block of South Main Street and quickly raced north down the block, destroying businesses in three adjacent buildings before firefighters contained it. They saved the Boyd and Fulford Drug Store building which was next in the fire’s path.Boyd and Fulford continues to operate 40 years later.Boyd and Fulford co-owner Marytherese Street says she and her husband, Eugene, woke to the news of the fire that morning and were quite lucky.Schools were closed that day for snow, she said Monday, so many of the high school teenagers involved with the 11 volunteer fire companies that fought the fire were able to help out.”The high school kids are what saved us, because they all belonged to the fire company,” she said.Even with the additional help and venting on their roof to deter smoke damage, Boyd and Fulford sustained severe smoke and heat damage and even now is still recovering, Streett joked.According to the account in The Aegis, the fire started in the Red Fox Restaurant, after a fuel tank in the basement of Bel Air Office Products that was being filled overflowed and the oil was ignited by the gas-fired water heater in the restaurant.The restaurant, Bel Air Recreation Center, Bel Air Office Products, Main Street Market, Talles Jewelry Store and Smithson’s Barber Shop were all destroyed.Smell of smoke rememberedFor Marytherese Streett, the smell of the smoke that day is one of her strongest memories.”I remember the smell,” she said. “I remember it like it was just yesterday.”Both she and Eugene Streett said they remember the firefighters telling them Boyd and Fulford was next and to evacuate the building. It was through that process, however, that the couple got a glimpse of the kindness of people.”The whole place was filled with smoke,” Marytherese Streett said, “but what I remember most is how kind people were.” Now in its 50th year, Bernie Robbins Jewelers has a history as richly varied as it is long.In the beginning, the business wasn’t a seller of quality, exclusive jewelry and watches — it wasn’t a jeweler at all, but a major appliance dealer in Philadelphia, said owner Harvey Rovinsky, who has been with Bernie Robbins since 1966 and headed it since 1996.Then the family business became a lower-end jewelry store that still sold appliances, and then added a catalog showroom, he said. Rovinsky, 65, is a third-generation jeweler, and when he married Maddy, his wife of 43 years and the daughter of founder Bernie Robbins, the trend toward retail jewelry probably become inevitable.The watershed moment for the business came in 1992 when the family members realized the market was filled with mid-range jewelers, leaving an opportunity for a seller of famous name luxury jewelry.”We were resourceful and insightful enough to realize that was the wave of the future, so early on we started acquiring the brands of the future,” said Rovinsky, who has homes in Longport and Huntington Valley, Pa., and spends “probably 250 days a year” at the company’s flagship store and headquarters on New Road here.Those leading global brands included Rolex, Cartier and — famous firms that choose their exclusive dealers carefully.”We’ve been a Rolex jeweler for 20 years, and before that it took me eight years of phone calls and letter writing to get them to allow me to sell their brand,” he said. “We have to continue to meet high standards to remain a Rolex jeweler.”Rolex lists Bernie Robbins as one of its dozen Rolex dealers in New Jersey, and the only one in this region. Cartier says the company is one of 10 in the state, and likewise exclusive in Atlantic and Cape May counties.The second pillar of the company’s business is diamonds.Rovinsky said he’s been going to Antwerp, Belgium, for 25 years to purchase stones directly in “the diamond capital of the world. About 80 percent of polished and rough diamonds pass through Antwerp to the rest of the world.” Nowadays he brings an experienced buyer with the younger and better eyes needed to choose the most beautiful gems.Bernie Robbins buys and offers larger diamonds than most jewelers, he said, occasionally larger than 20 carats. In stock currently are 3- and 5-carat diamonds. The starting price for “a beautiful 5-carat diamond is somewhere in the $50,000-plus category.”The third pillar is fashion jewelry, especially the exclusive Bernie Robbins Collection, largely the work of Maddy Rovinsky.Harvey Rovinsky said his wife has the best fashion sense of anyone he’s met. “We travel the world and she picks out the best jewelry I’ve ever seen.”This three-part business was growing great until 2008 “and basically the world collapsed,” he said of the severe recession.That was a learning experience, despite 40 years in the business, and required changes. “Some people have a Wharton School MBA. I have a recession MBA,” he said.Among the changes:n “Our buying is strategic and very focused, and our expenses are under control.”n “We stopped hiring good people and only hire great people.”n “Things we took for granted and let other people look at them, now Madeline and I watch every aspect of what goes on in our company.”Brad Pitt is going to have new swag to bring home to fiancee : He’s been named the new face of No. 5.The company behind the iconic fragrance, famous since suggested it was all she wore to bed, has tapped the leading man to be the face of its new international campaign.Pitt, the first male tapped to head Chanel No. 5 print and commercial advertisements, follows previous spokesfolks including , and Lauren Hutton. He’s doing it for a paycheck estimated to be in the seven figures, E! News ; the first ad will be shot in London sometime next week.Pitt’s endorsement history is pretty lean, existing mostly in foreign markets for entities including SoftBank. Partner Jolie has had more experience, repping fashion house St. John domestically and, overseas, cosmetics company Shiseido.Back in the world of his day job, Pitt will release “World War Z” come Christmas and might on screen with Jolie for ‘s “The Counselor.”RELATED:Follow Matt Donnelly on Twitter PARIS — French paybox has ordered the first season of Haut et Court-produced series "Les Revenants," a E11.4 million ($15 million) skein with strong international potential.Scribe-helmer Fabrice Gobert, whose feature debut "Lights Out" preemed in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard, loosely adapted the series from Robin Campillo’s 2004 movie "Les Revenant" (They Came Back). The skein, which had been in development for over four years, comprises eight one-hour episodes. Co-helmed by Gobert and Frederic Mermout, the French-language "Les Revenants" turns on a group of people of different ages and backgrounds who died years ago and mysteriously return home, determined to resume their lives, without realizing they’ve been gone for a while.Gobert collaborated with several high-profile scribes, including Celine Sciamma ("Tomboy"), Emmanuel Carrere ("La Moustache"), Nicolas Peufaillit ("A Prophet") and Camille Fontaine ("Coco Before Chanel").Cast boasts several up-and-coming thesps, notably Clotilde Hesme and Gregory Gadebois, who both nabbed Cesar nods for their breakthrough perf in "Angele and Tony," as well as Cesar-nommed Guillaume Gouix ("Jimmy Riviere"), Celine Sallette ("House of Tolerance") and Frederic Pierrot ("Polisse")." ‘Les Revenants’ marks one of rare homegrown fantasy TV productions," said Jimmy Desmarais, who is producing the skein with Benjo."It’s not a show about zombies: Fabrice Gobert depicts the complexity of each character with genre atmosphere and a realistic approach; and as the series advances the plot turns supernatural."Founded by Caroline Benjo and Carole Scotta, Haut et Court is a leading independent shingle, which has produced such critically acclaimed arthouse pics as Palme d’Or winning "The Class" and starrer "Coco Before Chanel."Canal Plus’ fiction department, headed by Fabrice de la Patelliere, has been powering up with original French shows — for instance "Braquo," "Spiral," Pigalle La Nuit" and "Hard" — which have scored hit ratings on the paybox, sold to major international territories and helped increase the net’s subscription basis.Click for more articles on Variety.com. designer is known for his stoic demeanor, white mane and whimsical fashion shows. Now he’s acquired a reputation as a zany cat lover, setting off a mild frenzy among Internet denizens.Lagerfeld gushed about his 9-month-old kitten Choupette this week in an interview with Women’s Wear Daily. The proud papa alternately referred to the Siamese cat as “a famous beauty” and “a kept woman.”The German-born Lagerfeld, who has also designed for H&M and Fendi, baby-sat the kitten during Christmas for model Baptiste Giaconi but then refused to give her back. “I thought she was too cute,” he told WWD. Now the pampered feline lives the high life. Choupette dines with Lagerfeld for lunch and dinner (“She doesn’t want to eat on the floor,” he noted). She knows her way around an . And she has two “personal maids” who cater to her every whim “both night and day,” he said. “She is beyond spoiled.”If you’re scratching your head wondering what the two kitten minders do all day, Lagerfeld goes on to explain:”We do keep a diary. When I am not there, the maids take down, in little books, everything she did, from what she ate, to how she behaved, if she was tired, and if she wasn’t sleeping,” he said. “In the nine months, we already have almost 600 pages.”"I think it could be funny to make a little book of Choupette’s diary,” he added.All this material was, well, catnip for the Internet. Almost immediately, someone created a fake account , which has racked up more than 4,000 followers.”’s dog knows nothing about how to model clothing,” goes one tweet. “Leave it to the real catwalkers: the .”Another tweet: “Do I look like a feline that would drink LAGER?! It may be the beginning of Daddy’s name but it is not my drink of choice.”We assume she sips only the finest Champagne-laced milk. RELATED:Follow Shan Li on Our waiter was staring at us in disbelief. Finally, he leaned forward and, ever so politely, asked my husband to repeat himself.Although we had just ordered three appetizers, a soup and two main courses (we did eat every bite), my husband was, indeed, inquiring about where we might go later that evening to try more of Charleston’s culinary delicacies. Most tourists are drawn to Charleston for its graceful, grand homes and hauntingly beautiful gardens. But an increasing number are going for the food, as the rich and varied cuisine of the region undergoes a renaissance propelled by an interest in locally grown ingredients and an influx of new chefs.During a late-spring trip to South Carolina to visit family, my husband and I sneaked away for a few days to taste what all the fuss was about.Our mission was to eat our way across the city and a few of its neighboring islands, sampling traditional favorites such as fried chicken and grits, along with fancier fare in restaurants where chefs are experimenting with specialized ingredients.WHERE TO EATFig, 232 Meeting St., Charleston; (843) 805-5900, . Closed Sunday. Open for dinner Monday-Thursday, 5:30-10:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5:30-11 p.m. Entrees from $26.In between meals, we strolled, taking in the gardens and trying to catch an ocean breeze. I was delighted to discover another feature of Charleston that pleased me almost as much as the food and the sights: The city boasts an unusual number of upscale consignment stores, where Chanel suits and designer clothes, many of them lovingly cared for and beautifully presented, can be had for a song.But a quick tip: Before embarking on a venture of this kind, it is crucial to don comfortable shoes, so as to be able to walk off what you do to yourself. This is not the time — believe me because I know — for the new sandals purchased at said thrift shop, no matter how cute they are.We began our feasting with some history and tradition. On the advice of Ted and Matt Lee, friends of a friend as well as Charleston residents and authors of two cookbooks about Southern cooking, we headed to Po Pigs Bo-B-Q.I was skeptical at first. Po Pigs is a roadside joint next to a gas station on an empty stretch of Highway 174 on Edisto Island south of Charleston. We had visited an old plantation in the morning, and I was wilting in the heat, smarting from insect bites, limping from my inappropriate footwear and wondering what we were doing here in the sticks when we could be inside with air-conditioning.My heart sank further when we walked in the door. I beheld a simple room, clean but nothing special, holding a few tables and, at the front, a steam table. I am from the West Coast, and steam tables signify to me congealed school-cafeteria food. I tried to send my husband a disapproving look, but I could not catch his eye.He was staring at the buffet with a look of wonder and joy usually reserved for our children. I followed him to get a closer look.How to describe what I saw? Tray after tray of things I had only read about in books or seen in movies: chicken stew, pork hash, red rice, lima beans, and yes, of course, hush puppies.Now, I realize these are not rare foods. Anyone who has spent even five minutes in the South — I had not before this trip —has eaten them.But not like this. The overall effect was that of a potluck with dozens of guests, each of them an accomplished cook who had brought along his or her best dish.My favorite was the fried chicken, a dish I eat every chance I get. But never have I had it so perfectly prepared, the skin so crispy and salty, the meat so tender.Remember when a walk-in closet was considered a luxury item in a home? Now, what makes any fashion fan salivate is the idea of a closet room. Baltimore interior designer Amanda Austin says more and more homeowners are converting a room to a closet.”No one likes to dig for things; having things stashed underneath the bed,” says Austin, who has created her own closet room. “I do think people are willing to have a smaller bedroom for a larger closet. … I think everybody wishes to live in a state of convenience and bliss.” Having a big room in which to hang and organize your wardrobe is the obvious convenience. But the bliss for many closet lovers doesn’t come just from the clothes. It comes from the design features, favorite collections and keepsakes in those rooms.Amanda AustinAmanda Austin, owner of Amanda Austin Interiors, loves living in airy openness. Just because she lives in doesn’t mean she has to feel confined. She says natural lighting is her “oxygen.”To that end, Austin has made sure her closet has plenty of that element, with windows on two sides — one with a window seat that she sometimes uses for reading. Shelves next to it hold some precious mementos.There’s a practical side for her very open closet, as well. She needs to see everything in it.”If I don’t see it, then I don’t know I have it,” she says.That means seeing clothes for all seasons. In her work, Austin travels a lot for business, going to warmer or colder climates and needing to pack appropriately.Shelves above the clothing reveal some of her favorite collections. “I love wraps, pashminas and purses. I want them to be easily accessible.”Austin also loves color, which is why she likes to set out all of her multihued shoes. Those shoes seem to reflect her dislike for confinement: Nearly all of them are open-toed.There’s another kind of openness to her closet. Austin likes to share her clothes with her girlfriends.”When they go out or are going to a special event, they always say they’re going to ‘shop at Amanda’s boutique,’” she says. “But sharing brings me great happiness.”Austin says she’s not the trendy type, preferring clothes that have a certain effortless function and timeless look.”One needs to know how to spend your money. So, it’s knowing how to invest and when. And knowing when not to.”Chuck NabitChuck Nabit is known for his fun sense of style. When out on the town, the CEO of Group, a diversified investment company, is not afraid to have fun with colorful shirts and sports jackets. It’s a trait he believes is inherited.”It’s a statement; a way to express yourself,” he says. “I grew up with a mother who had great flair. I saw how she expressed her own sense of self and creativity in what she wore. I guess it’s in the .”Another strong fashion influence comes from Nabit’s second home in Miami’s South Beach.LANDLORD Capital & Counties is set to pump another pounds sterling 200 million into its transformation of Covent Garden after raising more than pounds sterling 140 million from investors today.The firm, whose overhaul of the area has seen giants such as Apple move in, is eyeing a new acquisition spree and stepping up plans for luxury flats on the upper floors of its buildings. It will spend about pounds sterling 30 million on its two residential schemes which have planning permission, The Beecham and 30-32 Southampton Street.Capco began work on its second office-to-residential conversion project, the Russell, this year after finishing its first, the Henrietta. The Henrietta’s penthouse was sold for pounds sterling 6.2 million in April. Since its demerger from Liberty International in 2010, the value of Capco’s Covent Garden estate has jumped by more than pounds sterling 300 million to pounds sterling 856 million, with pounds sterling 127 million spent on acquisitions.Fashionable restaurants and retailers such as Chanel, Jo Malone, Melissa Shoes, Jamie’s Union Jacks and Brasserie Blanc are the latest to open for business this year.Such is the demand that Capco is raising its rental targets from the current pounds sterling 47.1 million to pounds sterling 60 million or pounds sterling 65 million by the end of 2015.___(c)2012 London Evening StandardVisit the London Evening Standard at Distributed by MCT Information ServicesIn a city that hangs its hat on big money, a flashy skyline and well-heeled locals, a visit on the cheap might seem unlikely. But residents know that it doesn’t take a trust fund to have a good time here. For starters, sit down to a plate of cheap tacos and start people-watching.Dallasites take their shopping seriously, so spending some time wandering the city’s malls and shopping areas is a must. But if tempting yourself with shiny new things doesn’t appeal, there are plenty of other options like visiting museums, the Memorial or the Katy Trail. GETTING AROUND: Visitors should rent a car while in Dallas, a city more known for eight-lane interstates than for being pedestrian-friendly. A public transportation system with buses and light rail, the , http://www.dart.org, offers $3 all-day passes, but check first to see how close it goes to your destination.McKinney Avenue Transit Authority, http://www.mata.org, runs a free trolley through Dallas’ trendy Uptown area, lined with restaurants and bars. The trolley takes riders from near the Museum of Art to , a development filled with restaurants, shops and a movie theater.FAMOUS PLACES: With its catchy opening tune, the television series “Dallas,” about a wealthy Texas oil family, brought the city international attention in the late ’70s and 1980s. Drive about 40 minutes north of downtown and tour the Ewings’ fictional home, , for $9.50, http://www.southfork.com.The chronicles the , who was shot while riding through Dallas in a motorcade on Nov. 22, 1963. Evidence

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  13. Laverne Courtney says:

    Hey Cassey! I just want to know if this workout would give me ab muscles.. i’m kinda worried if i do this workout, will i have muscles? or just a flat stomach? i really want a flat stomach, not muscular one.. looking forward for your response! and by the way, you’re so cute and really inspiring :)

  14. Hello! Does this workout target abs all over or just one spot in particular? Thanks!!

  15. Hey, I’ve done the Victoria Secret Model Ab workout, but instead of my abs, my neck hurt the most while doing this! Can anybody give me tips on how to properly support my neck? I always have this problem when doing other workouts too, like crunches… s: Please, anyone, I would appreciate the help!
    And Cassey, I absolutely love your videos! They energize and motivate me everyday.


  16. Does anyone know why some of the YouTube vids are not available anymore??

  17. How often should you do this for the fastest results? xx

    • Every other day, because your muscles need a rest period in between workout days so they can repair and build themselves.

  18. Thank you for the printables! I love them because then I can listen to my nursing lecture on the computer and work out at the same time!!! Thank you for another challenging workout! I’m SO grateful to you for keeping me in shape!

  19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCH_rR6wX9k&feature=player_embedded

    wait until the end of this video… i thought of you.

    Oh Cassey, I know you totally wore the pink ones. Or did you? o.O

  20. Hey Cassey – First I just have to say I love all of your workouts, I have kind of become obsessed with them. Sometime if I have a few minutes I might do one of you challenges, I know crazy huh? Anyway, of course you didn’t disappoint on your VS ab workout. It was great, I really felt like I worked my entire core. Thanks for all the great workouts and I can’t wait to put on my heels.

  21. Yay! Such a fashionable workout, I love it! I think you chose the pink stilettos; I’ll do my best to wear mine!

  22. I’m so far behind on the calendar .. ugh !! but I’ll catch up :) anywho, I was wondering how I would be able to enter this contests and know about the different giveaways and what not ?? I definately would have entered the design contest if I had known, but I’m now sure how to find out ???

  23. Have kind of been eating a little too much lately
    3 mile run, VS abs, squats, and some other things!
    Kinda thinking you'd def. go with the bright hot pink ones! But just because we think that what if you went with the other ones?! Ahh haha idk, they're both super cute!

  24. You should do more workouts with Marina and the Diamonds songs! I absolutely adore her! And you! Keep up the great work!

  25. OMG! I totally love it!

    I was waiting for one of these for sooo long! and now I’m definetly gonna do it!
    Thanks Cassey!
    You’re the best!

  26. You really want us to do the workout with heels on?!? Ok….
    I may wear these then: http://www.hipgirlie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/animal-print-pumps.jpg

    I’m thinking you probably wore the bright pink ones for the video, though I really love those pale rose colored ones :)


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