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Blog posts July 2019

Bring Change to Mind Announces Revel & Revelations Fundraiser

WHAT: Bring Change to Mind, a nonprofit organization co-founded by Glenn Close to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness, is pleased to announce that its sixth annual Revels & Revelations fundraiser will take place on Monday, October 22 at Sony Hall in New York City.

Hosted by …

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My Favorite Red Nail Polish (essie + OPI)


Happy Valentines Day! Thought I would be a little on theme and share my top 5 Essie and OPI red nail polishes with you guys with a little side by side comparison.


Essie (from pinky to thumb): A-List / Jelly Apple / Really Red / Rock the Runway* / Jag-u-are
OPI (from thumb to p…

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On Lafayette Street, former shelter for homeless women is now Showfields, 'the Most Interesting Store In The World'


[EVG photo from 2015]

Over at 11 Bond St. (aka 343 Lafayette St.), the former shelter for homeless women has been transformed into Showfields, a retail complex focusing on health-and-wellness brands.

Tenants on the ground-floor of Showfields made their debut yesterday.


[11 Bond St. rendering]

Accordin…

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Meet the Ramsay HS student, en route to Yale, who earned more than $2M in scholarships

Jillian Jolly (second from left), a senior at Ramsay High School has announced that she will attend Yale University this fall on a full-ride, four-year scholarship. Jolly is shown here with her uncle, Frederic Bolling (left), Birmingham City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring (second from right) and her mother, Jacqueline Harrell. (Photos by :Erica Wright Photos | The Birmingham Times)
Jillian Jolly (second from left), a senior at Ramsay High School has announced that she will attend Yale University this fall on a full-ride, four-year scholarship. Jolly is shown here with her uncle, Frederic Bolling (left), Birmingham City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring (second from right…

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Cops let shooter of Gambino boss loose a month before murder


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The right-winger accused of killing a Mafia boss landed on the NYPD’s radar last month for erratic behavior — but cops let him walk away without investigating further, police officials acknowledged Tuesday.
On Feb. 21, “There was an incident at the feder…

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Wednesday, October 17: Bowie Concerts, Free Treats, Hot Mess Drag + 80 More

Der Weihnachtsbaum am Rockefeller Center 2018

Es ist Winter in New York, aber die eigentliche Weihnachtszeit beginnt tatsächlich erst, wenn in einer legendären, beeindruckenden Zeremonie auf dem Rockefeller Center Plaza der Weihnachtsbaum in New York 2018 am Rockefeller Center eingeschaltet wird. In diesem Jahr findet die Eröffnung des Weihnach…

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ABLE STEEL, Hunters Point

This is one of a pair of painted ads that appear on a brick building off Vernon Boulevard between 45th Road and 46th Avenue; this is the one on 46th. The building was, at one time, a warehouse of the equipment manufacturer. Both ads were painted quite awhile ago, as the phone number, EM1-9240, atte…

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Three Lives Reopens

After weeks of being shuttered by the Department of Buildings, and having to sell books on the sidewalk, the Three Lives & Company bookstore reopens today at 10:00 AM.

They write, "Although it was a fun change of pace for us to be selling books on the corner during our impromptu Three Lives Sidewal…

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Charlie Bird Sommelier Eyes Prince Street for New Venture

Almost a year and a half after Miss Paradis declared renovations and shut down altogether, another applicant for 47 Prince Street. This time, one with much local clout.

Public records indicate that Charlie Bird sommelier Grant Reynolds is on tap to bring a new establishment to the northwest corner …

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