Briefs, May 9, 2014
Starship headlines vet concert
Help Hospitalized Veterans, in cooperation with Bugles Across America and Soldier’s Wish, will host Jefferson Starship for a free “Salute to America” concert at 7:30 p.m. Flag Day, Saturday, June 14, at Two Rivers Convention Center.
Tickets are required. Free tickets are being distributed to active-duty military, veterans and their families and the remaining free tickets will be offered to the general community.
According to jeffersonstarshipsf.com, the six-member Jefferson Starship is “a collaboration of celebrated musicians that play from the rich songbook of its legendary forefathers Jefferson Airplane.”
Jefferson Starship features musicians Paul Kantner, who founded Jefferson Airplane in 1965, David Freiberg, Donny Baldwin, Chris Smith, Jude Gold, and anchoring the female presence, made famous by singer Grace Slick, is Cathy Richardson.
Casting call for rugged men
The Moncler campaign, through Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission, is seeking to cast three men who are rugged sportsmen, adventuresome, thrill-seekers, or risk-takers.
The three men will be going on an outdoor “adventure” with Annie Leibovitz to a dynamic landscape. Locations being considered are Iceland or the Four Corners in the U.S. (Colorado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico).
Handsome, outdoor, Caucasian men in their 20s to 30s who participate in various outdoor activities, such as mountaineering, motorcycling, hiking, motorcross, mountain biking, skiing/snowboarding, are needed for the lifestyle campaign, a news release said. Beards, scruff and longer hair is OK.
To be considered, submit four current pictures of yourself (no sunglasses, no hats), name, age, current location, brief bio explaining how you are an explorer/adventurer, list of outdoor sports you participate in, and current sizes (height, waist, jacket).