That's how easy it is. Go to a concert or event around town we're covering, and one of our photographers will politely ask to take your picture.
We're covering three diverse events this weekend, and two support really great causes. The other will be full of really, really stylish people. So, show up looking your best to one of these events, and get your face in our mag:
Walk MS team Little Champs are doing a motorcycle festival, complete with rides, drawings and, of course, amazing coffee at Wild Bean Roasting Co.
(Hint: If you have really young children and still want to show your support, check out Team Brewskie's Sports MS Easter Eggstravaganza at Riverbend Apt., 845 W. 3900 South, 10 a.m. April 16.)
Models hit the runway to show original designs developed by students at SLCC's Fashion Institute. You'll also get the chance to meet the designers. Say hi to our photographer Elliott while you're there.
Click here to buy your tix online, or get them at the box office on the day of the show.
The Junior League makes a huge impact in the community through eudcation, action and leadership to develop the potential of women, and this weekend they're celebrating 80 years of it. It's a black and white party, so dress fancy. Tickets are no longer available, but if you're going, say hi to the camera.