Photographer Stephen Wilkes takes photos of various cityscapes at different times of the day and blends them together to create a single snapshot, capturing the atmosphere of the area across the course of a day.
Early next month, teen icon Selena Gomez will return to home to Dallas to make an appearance in the 21st annual Capital One Bank Adolphus Children’s Parade on December 5th. “It’s always great to come home and visit family and friends, but coming home to be a part of the Capital One Bank Adolphus Children’s Parade makes my visit extra special,” Selena says.
“We are thrilled to have Selena join us for the Parade and to become a member of our Children’s Medical Center fundraising family by virtue of this exciting appearance,” said Pete Kline, president of the Children’s Medical Center Foundation. “Selena is very special to all of us in Dallas, and her generosity
and caring spirit serve as an inspiration to our young patients.” If you’re in the area then, be sure to hit up downtown Dallas to support Sel!
While she already finds herself as one of the most popular actresses on the planet,Kristen Stewart doesn’t believe that mega movie stardom is something that she truly wants. Talking about the subject with BlackBook magazine, Stewart says, “I don’t want to be a movie star like Angelina Jolie. Nothing about being a celebrity is desirable.” Continuing on, the 19-year-old Bella Swan beauty tells, “I’m an actor. It’s bizarre to me that everybody’s so obsessive.”As for the upcoming theatrical release of “New Moon” on November 20th, Kristen offered up her thoughts on co-star Robert Pattinson’s Edward Cullen role, “Edward is actually a really good parallel to fame. As a vampire, he has a sad, desolate life—fame is the same.”