Post Tagged with: "Philippe Cousteau"

The Adeler Family of Adeler Jewelers Cordially Invites You to Reception with Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

The Adeler Family of Adeler Jewelers Cordially Invites You to Reception with Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

Our friends the Adeler family of Great Falls, Virginia’s Adeler Jewelers, a most prestigious bespoke jeweler designer, invite you to join Philippe Cousteau, Jr. for a special reception. Philippe is not only the grandson of undersea pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, he is the founder of EarthEcho International, an explorer, a social entrepreneur, and an environmental advocate. [...]

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Philippe Cousteau’s EarthEcho International & Skincare Company H20 Plus Launch EarthEcho Expeditions at the Newseum

Philippe Cousteau’s EarthEcho International & Skincare Company H20 Plus Launch EarthEcho Expeditions at the Newseum

My dear friend/social activist/explorer/entrepreneur/environmental advocate and now new husband (he just returned from his nuptials to television’s Ashlan Gorse in Paris) Philippe Cousteau was at the Newseum lat night evening to launch EarthEcho Expeditions, a project many hours in the making. His nonprofit EarthEcho International and Chicago-based skincare company, H20 Plus previewed Philippe’s video series for educators, [...]

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Just Try to Walk Down a Runway With a Yellow Lab…

Just Try to Walk Down a Runway With a Yellow Lab…

By Punch Correspondent Hannah Roth Puppies, clothes, and champagne are some of my very favorite things. On Saturday, April 13, more than seventy Washingtonians and their pups strutted (or wagged) down the runway, showcasing some of the season’s hottest styles from the retailers of Tysons Galleria during the 7th Annual 2013 Fashion for Paws runway show. Even during the cocktail reception, [...]

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National Geographic’s Evening of Exploration

National Geographic’s Evening of Exploration

We’ve landed on the moon, we’ve explored Mars, we hold a plethora of knowledge about our solar system, the stars and planets, and yet, on our own planet Earth, the one on which we live, which is made up of about 70% water, we have very little intelligence about the oceans.  As one friend put [...]

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The Artists and Athletes Alliance Private Briefing in LA with Wolf Blitzer

The Artists and Athletes Alliance Private Briefing in LA with Wolf Blitzer

Last time we were in the land of glitz and glamor aka La La Land/Tinsel Town or as we fondly put it, the Pacific Punch, we were privy to a private briefing hosted by the Artists and Athletes Alliance and UCLA held at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills entitled “2012 Race for the White [...]

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And…. We’re Back!

And…. We’re Back!

Back from the La La Land / Pacific Punch world, where we attended, along with close to 300 other folks, the Artists and Athletes Alliance “Race to the White House” interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and this time, he was the one in the hot seat, not the other way around. Wolf though, doesn’t seem [...]

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Earth Day is April 22nd | Philippe Cousteau Continues His Crusade with EarthEcho International

Earth Day is April 22nd | Philippe Cousteau Continues His Crusade with EarthEcho International

I first met Philippe Cousteau when he moved to the Washington, D.C. area to run his young up and coming foundation, EarthEcho International, via Brian Williams, the co-founder and CEO of web design/strategy firm Viget Labs.  I believe it was around 2006.  Philippe was attending an event that my former employer was producing and Brian [...]

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Streets of Georgetown Opens

Streets of Georgetown Opens

Who knew Washington D.C. was the home of so many stylish men (quiet in the peanut gallery, please)?  When an iconic menswear designer like Joseph Abboud comes to town, they all appear out of nowhere and may I just state (and I overheard many a female saying this as well last evening) : Thank you [...]

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Philippe Cousteau on CNN International’s “Extreme Science”

Philippe Cousteau on CNN International’s “Extreme Science”

Hard to believe it was about five or so years ago that Brian Williams CEO of Viget Labs introduced Philippe “PC” Cousteau to me.  Philippe, his mum Jan and sis Alexandra (who is about to have a baby, by the way) had just moved to the Washington region and Brian asked me to introduce him [...]

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Splash Mob Coming Soon for World Oceans Day

Splash Mob Coming Soon for World Oceans Day

I’ve never seen one of those YouTube sensations, the flash mobs, in person.  If you are in town on Tuesday, June 7th mosey on over to the National Museum of Natural History (10th & Constitution Ave, NW) at HIGH NOON to witness the SPLASH mob in action.  It’s all to celebrate World Oceans Day (got [...]

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An Evening with Philippe Cousteau in L.A.

An Evening with Philippe Cousteau in L.A.

By Punch Pacific Correspondent Lindsay Taub A year ago, we witnessed the first days of what became the biggest accidental oil spill in history. With more than 200 million gallons of oil released into the Gulf thousands of feet below the surface, it was also one of the most difficult disasters to monitor. Long term [...]

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And We’re Back

And We’re Back

View of Sunset Boulevard from a home under construction Thanks to everyone who followed me on Twitter@pamelaspunch and on Facebook/pamela.sorensen while I was out in LA scoping out the territory and talent for … wait for it …. wait for it … : PameLA’s Punch.  Yes, with the upcoming overdue overhaul of the main web [...]

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