Split or no split, change works for Demi and Demi WORKS for change. From her self-made superstardom, to her politics, to her word wide humanitarianism, New Mexico’s Own Demi Moore is the queen of re-invention and vitality.
THAT is why as a state focused entertainment and issues organization we tapped local film makers and NM’s Ultimate Party Rock Band to create a plea, nay the “Ultimate Rock Party Postcard” dedicated to New Mexico’s estranged daughter, inviting her to come home.
We set our sights on New Mexico’s most well known, global goodwill ambassador inviting her to COME BACK to her home state where the star could no doubt enact and inspire change that even the most down trodden New Mexican could get behind.
We say, think globally, act locally, and no starker contrast can be made between our struggling state and the star shine of our own NM native Demi Moore.
As we did on her birthday, at Christmastime and again on Valentine’s Day we continue to extend the invite to NM’s favorite star to COME BACK, where we’d all like to see her at work in NM Film, active in NM Politics and flexing her star power in initiating local humanitarianism.
After all, inspire a child, help a mother, feed a family here and enact the change we all would like to see in the whole of the world.
She’s been all over the world and continues to wow with her acting, producing, directing and activism…this “hometown” is following in her footsteps…like Demi New Mexico is fast becoming a world leader in film – and like Demi we’re working fighting to help those around us through our success.
This Valentine’s Day we’re asking our own to shine her star back home.
And now a Valentine from NM Film and Media to: The phenomenon that is New Mexico’s Own Demi Moore:
Posted by Sindicator on January 5, 2011 | Comments Off
Blaze into the New Year with The Duke City Darlins, Slow Burn and Twist of Fate at Malarky’s this Friday night at a benefit ROCK PARTY for the Romero Family – survivors of a devastating auto accident on Dec. 1st.
If you don’t know the Darlins – Don’t miss this opportunity to meet them and get involved!
“We are the Duke City Darlins. We are a LOCAL PROMOTIONAL BUSINESS benefiting NM. We manage, organize, and host events for CHARITY purposes and promote local talent, businesses, events, etc.
We are women of the “alternative lifestyle” being tattooed, pierced, or otherwise modified we all have the common goal of bettering and giving back to our community. This is achieved by donating to charities thru our fund raising, donating our time to the community when we can, and promoting safe, legal tattoo/modification practices. We are here to do good things for our community, have fun while accomplishing those goals, and building life long friendships along the way.
We all have different qualities; we are mothers, daughters, friends, and family. We do modeling (nude or otherwise we don’t believe in putting restrictions on our ladies), promotions (We were Rock the Inks official Street Team), artists, musicians, etc. We all have different perspectives to offer – All put together we are a POWERHOUSE of talented, diverse, modified ladies in the Duke City. Thank you for checking out our group.” – DCD
Another 21 and over option for tonight is The Halloween & Lingerie Show! The beautiful Hugz~n~Kissez Girls up close and personal at the 405 Lounge Downtown (Formerly Raw/Proof). Drink Specials DJ-Xman, Live performance by David Wade, A.V.& Reno Brown 4th and central You can enter to win $200 drawing! Show starts at 10pm
Catch SLOW BURN – The Q’s premiere party rock band this Sat. at Malarky’s 9 pm til’ the burn smolders out and again at ZONEFEST – a free all ages show on Sat. Oct. 23. Get the Burn direct on their official website…SlowBurnNM.com
The Morning after…If you can’t participate in the Duke City Marathon at 6:30 in the a.m. at least get yourself down there to support the racers. You can load-up on NM’s amazing red and green chile breakfasts and some fresh roasted coffee…in the Downtown Civic Plaza area! Click here for the schedule of events!
Posted by Sindicator on September 4, 2010 | Comments Off
Tonight at Malarky’s, Slow Burn “Albuquerque’s Ultimate Party Rock Band” take the stage for a second night bringing “booze, babes, raffles, prizes & auctions” together with the raucous clang of hard rock topped off with the sweetness of triumph over adversity.
The sexy ladies of the Duke City Darlins join Slow Burn in this one of a kind event where the music and good times are the passion play aiming to slam the lid on “intimate partner domestic violence”.
Join them to raise funds and awareness for S.A.F.E. House New Mexico, who “provide temporary shelter, services, and education for women and their children who are in a state of crisis as a result of physical, sexual, emotional or economic abuse, and to assist in developing other services to meet related needs of women as the Association may see fit in the future.”