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NM Cover Boy

Posted by on October 3, 2011 | Comments Off

New Mexico’s number one son is kicking butt, taking and naming names!

From his early years, in Hollywood, New Mexico (more commonly known as Ruidoso), to his shot to fame as Doogie Howser, M.D., Neil Patrick Harris’ star only continues to rise.

In a Sept. issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine, New Mexico’s Own lends his writing skills to sharing a HOLLYWOOD survival guide with the world!

NPH says, reveal your personal life, not your private life and as to how to act on a set, “Never be a d-bag to the crew”.

More gems including these excerpts from NPH in his own words to here:

LEARN THE OBOE, GO TO DRAMA CAMP, AND PRAY LIKE HELL FOR A LUCKY BREAK
I was very musical at a young age. So much so that Churchill Cooke, our elementary school band and choir director, let me teach parts in the choir when I was in the fourth grade. First I played the xylophone, then marimba, cymbals, French horn, bassoon — I became a sort of jack-of-all-trades. It’s a mindset that I think never really left me. Mr. Cooke would say, “We need an oboe part for this piece, Neil. Learn oboe.” And I would say, “Sure, Mr. Cooke. Who needs friends?”

BRACE FOR THE WAVE(S)
Mr. Steven Bochco is a very wise man. After a many-monthed nationwide search to find a precocious teenage doctor, he hired me. But I suppose he’s wise for other reasons, too: Right when Doogie Howser, M.D. was beginning, he took my parents and me to a restaurant, sat us down, and said, “A career is like surfing. You paddle out and paddle out and get wet and hit by these waves. When you finally get out where you’re supposed to go, you have to sit on a surfboard for a long time, just waiting. If you’re really lucky, you’ll catch a wave, and it’ll be the most amazing feeling. But the key is that that wave will inevitably crash to the sand. Then what you have to do is paddle back out and get hit by a bunch of waves again. But trust that in the long term there will always be waves to catch.” To a young family from New Mexico, you can imagine our reaction: “What the hell is surfing?” But thinking back, it was a very impressive thing to hear as a kid and, as it turns out, absolutely accurate.

BE A SLUT (PROFESSIONALLY SPEAKING)
It’s good to have a lot of once-in-a-lifetimes in your lifetime. If you get the chance to skydive, go skydiving. If you’re offered a part in a weird Shakespeare play in San Diego, slap on some tights and rock out some iambic pentameter. If you’re offered the opportunity to have a swastika painted on your ass, glitter on your nipples, and to simulate sex with a man and a woman behind a curtain, go for it… provided it’s Cabaret on Broadway and not in some dude’s basement.

Gracias Precioso

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DEMI COME BACK!

Posted by on September 30, 2011 | One comment

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.

Go New Mexico! Get Demi back!

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2011′s Most Popular New Mexicans

Posted by on September 22, 2011 | Comments Off

In the annals of our history…which is going on nearly three years ~strong, no current New Mexican has generated more search queries than one Kristen Van Dyke

Kristen is currently NM’s Own favorite Morning Meteorologist and 2 KASA Fox morning show co-host! Her name is consistently in our top five weekly searches since she hit the KRQE/KASA airwaves.

The athletic, South Carolina beauty has a strong following all over the country with nothing but raves and well wishers, all anxious to watch the Weather/Host’s sparkly Star rise!

And from New Mexico’s storied past comes the #1 searched man on OneHeadlightInk.com, one Mr. Conrad Hilton.

I first learned that the legendary, granddaughterly-impaired Hotelier was born native New Mexican on an episode of Mad Men. A few quick web searches later comes the long history of formative and educational years spent here.

Pretty inspiring and a very hot topic as Conrad garners daily hits for his ties to NM.

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Vogue New Mexico: Az Muse News Edition

Posted by on September 10, 2011 | One comment

I don’t know if it’s the wily eyebrows, the sinewy chest, the oft sported flapper curls or the latest reports on New Mexico’s own Arizona Muse from this year’s Fashion Week being woven into epic tales of bitchery that warm the cockles of my cold, cold heart – but I do know that this Santa Fean is turning the fashion world on its ear for the second year in row!

As I told you here last year, high fashion’s favorite New Mexican has become a runway darling, top fashion houses vie for her pose and Vougue has been keen to feature the beauty on covers from Korea to Australia.

As the story goes a fellow blah, blah, blah, blog fake reporter from Stylite covering Fashion Week was poised to get the goods in the way of interview with our coveted Muse. Instead, this is what he got:

Styleite: Hi, Arizona. We’d love to ask you just a few quick questions!

Arizona: OK. But before you record (we were already recording) would you mind telling me what questions you’re going to ask me?

Styleite: Um (stops recording). Sure! We were going to ask you about your plans for the rest of Fashion’s Night Out, what your plans are for Fashion Week and what shows you’re walking in. Then I was going to ask about what it was like working with David Yurman and what your favorite past campaigns are. And then maybe what you like about New York. Is that OK?

Arizona: OK. Could you pick two of them so there … aren’t so many questions?

Styleite: Yeah, sure! How about your plans for FNO, the week and working with Yurman? (starts recording again).

Arizona: Great.

Where’s the rub, yo?

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Big Stuff

Posted by on August 24, 2011 | One comment
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From NM to NC – These two New Mexikids who were cast mates in the locally filmed Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Beyond the Blackboard are hitting the books big screen style!

Both New Mexico actors were cast in two critically acclaimed, highly anticipated novels turned films due out next year.

Odd Thomas starring Fright Night’s Anton Yelchin and Addison Timlin, currently in post production – shot right here in NM and features OHI fave Jack Justice.

The Hunger Games filming in North Carolina boasts one of New Mexico’s Own in up & comer, Willow Shields who created a buzz for landing the coveted role of Primrose Everdeen in the film as a relative unknown alongside bigger hitters like Liam Hemsworth (brother of Thor, boyfriend to Miley) Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) and Josh Hutcherson (The Kids Are All Right).

Look for both films and these rising New Mexico stars in 2012.

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