Pink’s ‘thanks For Sharing’ Role Marks A Period Of Transition For The Formerly Wild Singer

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“I have a really, really shy side, and when I don’t know what I’m doing necessarily, I’m not this scary, aggressive, intimidating person that people think I am. So my biggest challenge is getting out of my own way.” In music, Billboard’s Woman of the Year knows exactly what she’s doing: Touring through December to support her double-platinum album, “The Truth About Love,” which features the hit song (and video) “Blow Me (One Last Kiss).” But with “Thanks for Sharing,” which opens Friday, “it’s not mine and I don’t know how to critique myself,” she said. “I’m trying not to tear myself apart is basically where I’m at. I was relieved when people didn’t rip me to shreds.” Moore said she drew on real emotions for her acting debut “Like what part of this is breaking my heart? That’s where I went with it.” Working with her co-star Josh Gad only sweetened the experience. “He was so funny that once I was with him I didn’t really have a lot of chance to be nervous or freaked out at all because I was just trying not to laugh,” she said. Ultimately, she’s happy she tried acting: “It was like my first skydive: I’m just glad I got it done. I’m glad I did it.” She’d even do it again “if the right thing comes along and I thought it would do some good in the world, then yeah. Maybe.” Pink is set to wrap her tour in Montreal on Dec. 3. (On the Pink/Alecia Moore distinction, she said: “Pink is what people call me referring to music… Outside of that, I’m Alecia or mom.”) She’ll accept the Billboard honors the following week. “To get that nod and say, `We see you,’ makes me feel really happy,” she said.

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A little more about a pink salmons life history: A pink salmon migrates to saltwater shortly after it emerges from the gravel as a fry salmon. They quickly make their way through Puget Sound to ocean waters. They live only two years, returning to spawn in odd-numbered years. By comparison, the four other species of Pacific Northwest native salmon chinook, coho, sockeye and chum live three years or more in fresh and salt water. So pink salmon live the simplest of lives less time exposed to pollution, predators and harvesters. And they eat pretty low on the food chain. Their diets consist of things like zooplankton and small, abundant marine crustaceans, said tribal salmon-enhancement manager Bill St. Jean. So while marine scientists puzzle about why the more prized salmon such as coho and chinook experience disturbingly low survival rates in Puget Sound, the pink salmon seem to be growing in abundance and geographic reach. Their ocean survival has been phenomenal, but their simple life history may be playing a role in the increase, Nisqually tribal natural resources manager David Troutt said. Meanwhile the more complex species in Puget Sound are struggling. Its a potential indicator that Puget Sound is becoming a simpler ecosystem, which should be a source of concern. While Nisqually sport and tribal fishers are taking a small share of the large pink run, the vast majority of the fish are being passed upstream to spawn. A tribal fish weir was installed in the river primarily to sort through chinook salmon to keep hatchery chinook from swimming upstream to interfere with naturally spawning chinook. But it has been dominated by pink salmon the past two weeks.

Pretty With a Purpose: Brighton’s 2013 Power of Pink Campaign Marks its 11th Year of Supporting Breast Cancer Charities

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Pink salmon return to Nisqually River in record numbers

Markets open in 5 hrs 20 mins Pretty With a Purpose: Brighton’s 2013 Power of Pink Campaign Marks its 11th Year of Supporting Breast Cancer Charities Press Release: Brighton 19 hours ago View Photo Brighton 2013 Power of Pink Bracelet.Click Here to Download Image LOS ANGELES, Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Brighton announces the arrival of their 2013 Power of Pink bracelets which have been created by their own designers to support breast cancer charities. Through the years, the company has donated $4,750,000 to worthy organizations that are working towards the cure we all hope will come soon. This year’s bracelets will be available from September 27th through the month of October. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130613/LA32091LOGO ) The jewelry is truly “pretty in pink” with Swarovski crystals on the heart charm and a link bracelet. In addition, there are coordinating earrings and a necklace, plus leather and microfiber accessories in a beautiful pink hue to give women options for completing their look. Brighton will donate more than $500,000 from the sales of the Power of Pink jewelry and accessories to breast cancer charities in 2013. For each $60 Power of Pink bracelet, Brighton will donate $5 to breast cancer charities, and the company’s 170 Brighton Collectibles stores will match the donation, bringing the total to $10 per bracelet. They encourage the 1100 participating specialty stores to also match the company’s contributions. To find a participating retailer, visit brighton.com. Breast cancer strikes adults of all ages, including many in their 20s and 30s. Each year an estimated 250,000 women and men in the U.S. will be diagnosed.

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