clarke & clarke 4ever young II, LLC

2660 briggs avenue, suite 2
bronx, new york 10458

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
OCTOBER 28, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4478785

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BRONX

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NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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  • Revolving Door: FCB Taps CC Clark For European Communications Role
    Friday Jun 30, 2017

    CC Clark has been appointed Director of European Communications and PR at Interpublic Group’s FCB. In this new role, Clark is tasked with promoting FCB and FCB Inferno in the UK andEurope, as well as coordinating local efforts with the FCB Global Corporate Communications and PR team. 

    Clark joins the company from the creative tech agency +rehabstudio, where shemanaged all marketing and publicity across the company’s AI messaging and voice skill responses, including work for Google, Pernod Ricard and HBO. 

    Clark began her career inentertainment, building award-winning campaigns for Led Zeppelin and Biffy Clyro at Way To Blue before setting up the digital communications division of Think Jam in 2006. In the latter role, shedirected a team of 22, as well as creating digital and social campaigns for films, including The Hunger Games and Harry Potter, as well as global content strategy for TheWeinstein Company.

     

     

    Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily
  • Clark Foundation Awards $10 Million to Veterans' Retreat
    By webmaster@philanthropynewsdigest.org (Kyoko Uchida) - Monday Jul 10, 2017

    The gift from the A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation will enable the Boulder Crest Retreat to expand its current facility in Virginia and open a second location....

    Source: Philanthropy News Digest (PND)
  • The de Young’s Summer of Love opens in spring of discontent
    By Leah Garchik - Monday Apr 10, 2017

    “I’m Dede Wilsey, a flower child,” said the president of the board of trustees of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco at the start of the press briefing before the opening of The Summer of Love Experience.Wilsey was wearing a designer (Andrew Gn) flowered dress, real baubles (“I left my hippie earrings in the country”), and fresh camellias woven into her hair with rubber bands usually used for her Malteses’ topknots ( “I never realized how much it hurt”).[...] I thought her opening statement, while having little to do with the cultural and curatorial scholarship that went into creating this show, was an honest reflection of what most people who lived through that time were thinking.Steve Miller Band’s “Children of the Future,” stood by a display that utilized blinking colored lights to demonstrate the brilliance of the concept.Directed by Moscoso, Mayes had photographed pigeons in the Civic Center and then taken shots of people jumping off chairs.The series of photos was superimposed on each other; the end result looks like rainbow-colored silhouettes of people in flight.Light artist Ben Van Meter watched over a projected segment of the 100-foot-long light show he designed for the Avalon Ballroom.While downstairs, within the show, artists were pleased to talk about their works; upstairs, there was a hubbub of excitement and music, as guests who’d tied bands around their foreheads and put on glad rags they’d foraged from the backs of their closets mingled with costumed role-players — eye-lined Johnny Depp look-alikes are apparently good for a variety of occasions — pretending to be hippies.A crowd of 80 — including Danny Glover, Deborah Santana and KTVU’s Dave Clark — gathered at the Museum of the African Diaspora recently for a fundraiser for Opera Noir, a nonprofit company that promotes “cultural diversity in the classical arts.”Artistic Director J. Rosalynn Smith-Clark says the Divas & Desserts event raised $52,500, a hearty chunk of support for the project to educate youth, support new artists and perform works by African American composers in addition to those by traditional European composers.[...] in other employment notes, Elaine Molinari finds it interesting that although six out of 11 San Francisco supes are women, it was a man, Mark Farrell, who introduced a bill that might (by making it illegal for an employer to ask job seekers about past salaries) help women close the gap between what they’re paid and what men are paid.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Leah Garchik
  • ‘Smallville’s’ Erica Durance to Replace Laura Benanti on ‘Supergirl’
    By Carli Velocci, provided by
    - Friday Jul 7, 2017

    “Unfortunately Laura, who Greg and I have worked with for years going back to ‘Eli Stone,’ was unable to continue in the role due to work commitments in NY,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said in a statement.Benanti played Kara’s mother Alura In-Ze, who died in the infamous Krypton explosion, but lives on as a computer that gives Kara advice.Durance played Clark Kent’s love interest and intrepid reporter for 141 episodes of the long-running Superman coming-of-age story.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Daily Dish
  • A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation Provides $10M Transformational Donation
    By Staff Writer - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017

    Boulder Crest Retreat announces a $10 million donation from the  A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation. This is the largest gift in Boulder Crest Retreat’s history. The gift provides the capacity to expand its programs to the western U.S. for veterans and families who are healing from combat-related stress. After 16 years of war, the longest […]

    The post A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation Provides $10M Transformational Donation appeared first on NonProfit PRO.

    Source: Tactical Leadership Strategy for the Modern NonProfit
  • Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe hiking in the woods, before she was famous
    By Alex Arbuckle - Sunday Jul 2, 2017

    Image: Ed Clark/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

    In 1950, LIFE photographer Ed Clark got a call from a friend at 20th Century Fox about a “hot tomato” the studio had just signed: Marilyn Monroe.

    The young actress had previously signed with Fox in August 1946, but was dropped after the end of her second six-month contract.

    Monroe spent the following years honing her craft, taking acting classes, modeling, and befriending executives

    In 1950, she appeared in six films, including small parts in The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve.

    She was still mostly unknown when she joined Clark for a rustic photoshoot in the woods of Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Read more...

    More about Film, History, Retronaut, Marilyn Monroe, and Classic Films

    Source: Mashable!
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