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By Chicago Tribune | December 11, 1991
Is that supermodel Cindy Crawford on TV, stepping out of her red Lamborghini, heading for a vending machine, then downing a Pepsi right out of the can?Uh-huh, uh-huh.Cindy has joined Ray Charles currently touting Diet Pepsi as one of the celebrity stars who appear in commercials for Pepsi-Cola products. Cindy's 30-second spot introduces the new look of Pepsi's cans and logo. The spot will go on network TV in mid-December.Uh-huh, uh-huh.
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By Luke Broadwater | May 18, 2011
On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. National  • Good-looking people unite! Is Cindy Crawford b acking Romney ? (The Hill)  • Not really surprising: Willie Nelson endorses Johnson. (Politico)  • Get to knew Al-Qaeda's interim leader: The new bin Laden? (CNN)  • A fourth war?
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By Genevieve Buck and Genevieve Buck,Chicago Tribune | November 22, 1992
Cindy Crawford comes right out and says it: "Modeling's just not my favorite gig anymore."Pause."I really want to concentrate on the more challenging things."Supermodel Crawford is on the car phone, heading for New York's LaGuardia airport and Los Angeles, where she'll do the "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno before going up to San Francisco to push some products.She's finishing a conversation that started when she was in Chicago a few weeks ago taping "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Afterward, backstage, there was giggling, teasing with Mom, Grandma and sister Chris, then a Thai dinner before she headed for New York to do several TV shows promoting her exercise video.
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By Doug Donovan | December 3, 2003
MOVING FROM Manhattan to Baltimore is tough. Transitioning from the world's greatest city to the self-proclaimed "Greatest City in America" takes ingenuity, determination and hope - all attributes that addicts of urbanity need to adjust to the suburban sobriety of a smaller city. In New York, city life finds you. In Baltimore, city life must be sought, driven to, explored for the few weekend hours when the narrow streets of Fells Point, Canton and Federal Hill are crammed with pedestrians and enough cars to warrant looking both ways.
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By Matthew Gilbert and Matthew Gilbert,The Boston Globe | July 17, 1994
Looks like Cindy Crawford is Vanity Fair's post-Demi, post-Madonna mascot. She's on the half shell on the August cover, exactly one year after her barber-shop romp with k.d. lang. The Cindy article, by Cathy Horyn, is a smart explanation of both the 1994 notion of beauty and Cindy Inc., the multimillion-dollar business the supermodel has built with endorsements for Pepsi and Revlon and a few high-powered struts down the runway. Her American goddess image -- "big hair, a little cleavage, not too tacky," as Cindy herself puts it -- now sends consumer-approval ratings through the roof.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | November 18, 2001
Cindy Crawford trades in her Todd Oldham dresses and Revlon makeup for a pink V-neck sweater and baby powder in her latest project, About Face, a book about how children use their expressive faces to communicate with adults long before they utter their first word. Photogenic toddlers like then-1-year-old Presley Walker Gerber (Crawford's first-born) are shown laughing, crying and goofing around in the 32-page book. Crawford appears throughout as a playful parent, mirroring her son's looks, reciting nonsensical rhymes and encouraging other parents to follow suit.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1996
Cindy Crawford went on a safari in Africa earlier this year, and reveled in the spectacle of it all: the wild animals, the sweeping landscape, the exotic locales. And, most unusual of all, no Cindy Crawford anywhere in sight."There were no mirrors where I was staying, except for this little compact I had," Crawford says. "I couldn't see what my hair looked like, what my clothes looked like. It was so liberating."You have to go pretty far into the wilds to get away from one of the most famous faces in the world, even when you own that face.
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By N.Y. Times News Service | December 18, 1991
The agony. The ecstasy. The sweat mixed with mascara. For an astringent backstage view of the Paris fashion shows, check out MTV's "House of Style" program, narrated by Cindy Crawford, tonigh at 10:30.As an un-named observer in the dressing room says on the program: "It's like 100 women getting ready for dinner. It's terrifying."
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | December 18, 1992
Cindy Crawford's best-selling workout video, "Cindy Crawford: Shape Your Body Workout," gets an F in the January issue of Shape, which calls it ineffective and downright unsafe.The magazine notes that the model "generally uses terrible form to demonstrate risky, ineffective moves and she doesn't seem to understand the word 'aerobic.' "It adds her trainer, Radu Teodorescu, "fails to provide even the most basic safety or alignment cues." Mr. Teodorescu countered Shape "should broaden their horizons and understand there are many areas of training."
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By Luke Broadwater | May 18, 2011
On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. National  • Good-looking people unite! Is Cindy Crawford b acking Romney ? (The Hill)  • Not really surprising: Willie Nelson endorses Johnson. (Politico)  • Get to knew Al-Qaeda's interim leader: The new bin Laden? (CNN)  • A fourth war?
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | November 18, 2001
Cindy Crawford trades in her Todd Oldham dresses and Revlon makeup for a pink V-neck sweater and baby powder in her latest project, About Face, a book about how children use their expressive faces to communicate with adults long before they utter their first word. Photogenic toddlers like then-1-year-old Presley Walker Gerber (Crawford's first-born) are shown laughing, crying and goofing around in the 32-page book. Crawford appears throughout as a playful parent, mirroring her son's looks, reciting nonsensical rhymes and encouraging other parents to follow suit.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | October 29, 2000
The beauties of Vogue Since 1916, women have flipped through the pages of Vogue daydreaming about the lives of the glamorous women pictured there. Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Onassis, Sophia Loren, Cindy Crawford -- we've stared at their photographs and coveted their fortunes, their styles, their looks. Now, a new book, "Vogue Women" (Thunder's Mouth Press, $49.95) by Georgina Howell, explains our fascination by chronicling the influences of these icons through essays and more than 100 photos from the magazine's archives.
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By Booth Moore and Booth Moore,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 31, 1998
Readers didn't know what to expect when legendary editor and original Cosmo girl Helen Gurley Brown passed the reins to a more modern-thinking Bonnie Fuller in February 1997.Now the magazine's fans find themselves in a similar position, with Fuller moving on to work her magic at Glamour, and former Redbook editor Kate White stepping into the distinguished position at Cosmopolitan.White has been editor in chief of Child, McCall's and Working Women. She has also written two books: "Nine Women Who Get Everything They Want" and "Why Good Girls Don't Get Ahead but Gutsy Girls Do."
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June 1, 1998
Marriage made in Paradise for Cindy CrawfordIt's true. Supermodel Cindy Crawford, 32, married Rande Gerber, a onetime male model, who now owns bars in New York and Los Angeles in a ceremony on a beach in the Bahamas, her publicist confirmed yesterday.The couple was surrounded by family and friends during the wedding Friday on Paradise Island, Annett Wolf said.Crawford, previously married to actor Richard Gere, has been a top model since her teens, appearing on many magazine covers and representing Revlon and Pepsi.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1996
Cindy Crawford went on a safari in Africa earlier this year, and reveled in the spectacle of it all: the wild animals, the sweeping landscape, the exotic locales. And, most unusual of all, no Cindy Crawford anywhere in sight."There were no mirrors where I was staying, except for this little compact I had," Crawford says. "I couldn't see what my hair looked like, what my clothes looked like. It was so liberating."You have to go pretty far into the wilds to get away from one of the most famous faces in the world, even when you own that face.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1996
SEATTLE -- With a nine-game winning streak, the Chicago Bulls now have a 14-1 record in the playoffs (9-0 at home, 5-1 on the road).With a win tomorrow night, the Bulls would establish the best record in NBA playoff history (the 1983 Philadelphia 76ers were 12-1 -- .923)."We already have the best record in the history of the league, why not go for this record?" Michael Jordan said. "I don't think this will ever happen again."Calming the celebrationJordan, Phil Jackson and Dennis Rodman have filmed public service announcements urging the people of Chicago not to celebrate violently if the Bulls win the title.
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | May 21, 1994
There's a lot on, but quantity doesn't necessarily mean quality. Among the best bets are two cable offerings: an exciting white-water adventure in HBO's "White Mile," and a surprisingly entertaining "The Cindy Crawford Special" on MTV.* "Fantasies of the Stars." (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- What's the point of a show like this? To most people, being astar is fantasy enough. Going to them and bankrolling their fantasies is just another example of the rich getting richer. My fantasy?
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | April 5, 1996
So far, Kermit the Frog has landed both Michelle Pfeiffer and Cindy Crawford to guest-star on his show. Man, this is one ladies' frog."Due South" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Former Detroit Piston Isiah Thomas has a cameo in this tale of a young basketball star who insists he is guilty of murder -- despite Fraser's suspicions to the contrary. CBS."Muppets Tonight" (8: 30 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Guest star Cindy Crawford sings a duet with Kermit. OK, so she's not much of an actress or a singer.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | April 5, 1996
So far, Kermit the Frog has landed both Michelle Pfeiffer and Cindy Crawford to guest-star on his show. Man, this is one ladies' frog."Due South" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Former Detroit Piston Isiah Thomas has a cameo in this tale of a young basketball star who insists he is guilty of murder -- despite Fraser's suspicions to the contrary. CBS."Muppets Tonight" (8: 30 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Guest star Cindy Crawford sings a duet with Kermit. OK, so she's not much of an actress or a singer.
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By Paul D. Colford and Paul D. Colford,NEWSDAY | April 2, 1996
NEW YORK -- The media and those who rule the media seem to generate increasing amounts of news ink and air time, especially in the broadcasting and publishing capital of New York. But in the nationwide beauty pageant of newsstand sales, media titans were not even among the finalists last year.Time Warner Chairman Gerald Levin, whose every public utterance is covered by news organizations, was on the cover of Business Week's and Forbes' worst-selling issues in 1995.Michael Ovitz, then the omnipotent head of the Creative Artists Agency and now president of Walt Disney Co., graced the cover of Newsweek's second-worst-selling issue last year.
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