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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Amazing Race Casting Call March 14th at Mardi Gras in Hallandale Beach

LOCAL CASTING CALL OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE IN CBS HIT SERIES, "THE AMAZING RACE"

          
WHAT:
        

Here's an opportunity to take the first step towards competing on one of television's most exciting reality series.  CBS4 and Mardis Gras Casino are sponsoring an open casting call for "The Amazing Race," the highly-rated CBS reality series that pits two person teams - friends, couples or relatives -- against one another as they race through exotic locations around the world.

WHERE:       

Mardis Gras Casino
831 N. Federal Highway 
Hallandale Beach, FL  33009

WHEN:
Saturday, March 14,2009, 10 AM - 2 PM

HOW:            

* CBS4 photographers will be on hand to shoot audition video and submit application packages for each team that applies.

* Each candidate/team member must audition and team members must audition together.  In addition, each person must fill out a complete application.  The Amazing Race applications and eligibility requirements can be found on CBS.com.   

* Each team of two should plan to speak for two minutes at the most.
  There is no minimum time amount for a submission.  

Contact for the public: Deborah Lile, 305-514-4104 or log on: check out http://www.cbs.com/primetime/amazing_race/

Press contact: Lee Zimmerman, Director of Communications, WFOR, WBFS, 305-639-4426

CBS-TV's Amazing Race is by far my favorite reality TV show, and a show I never miss, just like Lost, Medium, 24, Criminal Minds and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Actually, it's the only one that I faithfully watch the night it airs, and have ever since the show's premiere.
It's also the only reality show I'd actually like to appear on since I'm great with geography, logistics and languages, and have very good intuition.

I also always watch Survivor every week when it's on, but often I don't see the new episode 'till early Saturday morning over breakfast, before the first Premier League soccer game from England airs on Fox Soccer Channel.

Does anyone recall what happened four years ago when the teams found themselves in Little Havana on the final episode and needed to find a particular tienda to get the final clue to win a million dollars, and then had to get up to a park in Fort Lauderdale?  Think about it.

That was Amazing Race 7, the great year that featured Uchenna & Joyce and Rob & Amber battling week-after-week 'till they wound up in the no-man's land of South Florida.

Why yes, to the great amusement of so many millions of people across the country, it's the famous Lost in Little Havana episode!  ¿Habla Inglés?


Honestly, is there anyone on TV who does a better job than show host Phil Keoghan of doing the raised eyebrow, when a team jumps on a pit stop mat?

My second favorite season, after The All-Stars two years ago, was probably the one that featured families, though I know a lot of media people didn't particularly like that change of pace from the two-person team format.
Personally, I thought it was a genius move which only further cemented the show's already large popularity and appeal to families on Sunday night, in order to peel them away from Fox-TV's animated fare. 


Check out Phil Keough's video diary at:

I have a strong feeling I'll be there and shoot some photos.

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#HOLLYWOODFL based photographer and entrepreneur Esther Chuang with Hollywood Mayor-elect Josh Levy

Thumbs up! What a night we had! #HOLLYWOODFL based photographer and entrepreneur Esther Chuang with a very elated Hollywood Mayor-elect Josh Levy at his Victory Party, held at Leo Anato's Atelier3/AT3 on Harrison Street & S. 19th Avenue, Hollywood. AT3's great environment and the amazing variety of food prepared by chef Kevin Dreifuss, former owner/chef of ENDS MEAT restaurant, was SUPERB! November 8, 2016

Esther Chuang, Morro Dois Irmãos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2015

Above, perhaps my most-favorite photo ever of Esther, which is really saying something considering the THOUSANDS that I've actually seen of her, from all over the world. But despite the fact that you can't actually see it here, trust me, her amazing smile and inner and external beauty are there. This photo is an even more amazing achievement when you know the backstory of what it took for Esther to get to the top of the mountain, since it's NOT for the faint of heart. Next time you see her, ask her about that! Morro Dois Irmãos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on her birthday, July 10, 2015. That's the Christ The Redeemer statue way out in the horizon on the top of another mountain, to the left of her head. �� In case you forgot what the Christ the Redeemer statue looks like, up close, here's another Brazilian beauty to connect-the-dots for you: Gisele Bündchen, aka @Gisele.

Abençoado por Deus e bonito por natureza!✨ ������

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"In the Heart of a Great Country, Beats the Soul of Hoosier Nation." -South Beach Hoosier, 2007.