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The Dalai Lama at Radio City

The Dalai Lama at Radio City

His Holiness The Dalai Lama himself will be making a public appearance at Radio City Music Hall May 20th – 23rd. It seems he is making a general tour of the US s…

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Future You Café debuts on 7th Street

The Future You Café officially opened on Tuesday at 117 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue (thanks to Steven for these photos on Tuesday) ...

They're serving up a variety of coffee drinks and teas ... and dairy-free "wellness drinks," such as the Golden Latte with turmeric and steamed…

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COMMENTARY: Robert F. Smith’s Morehouse and the call for self-sufficiency

By Mohamed Hamaludin

Dozens of white parents were recently accused of paying millions of dollars in bribes to get their children into Ivy League universities. Such luxury is not available to African Americans, even if they were so inclined. Elijah Dormeus’ father died when he was 7 and he and his ei…

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trick or treat




Source: http://onthem104.blogspot.com/2018/10/trick-or-treat.html

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AUTO REVIEW: 2019 MINI Cooper Countryman S E AWD Plug-In Hybrid: The Brand’s Only Alternative Fuel Vehicle

2019 MINI Cooper Countryman S E AWD Plug-In Hybrid: The Brand’s Only Alternative Fuel Vehicle (Photo: Jeff Fortson / JeffCars.com
2019 MINI Cooper Countryman S E AWD Plug-In Hybrid: The Brand’s Only Alternative Fuel Vehicle (Photo: Jeff Fortson / JeffCars.com

By Jeff Fortson of JeffCars.com, NNPA Newswire Contributor

Highlight:This is MINI’s only electrified vehicle.

Test Vehicle’s MSRP:$45,750 (Bas…

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Families Hit by Violence Find Solace in Therapy

Alice Mckay, who lost her son to gun violence, is among parents using anti-violence programs as a gateway to mental health care.

Brooklyn —

Nearly five years ago, as churchgoers left a Sunday mass in Brownsville, Brooklyn, Alice Mckay’s 21-year-old son Kameron was fatally shot in a parked car…

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Inaugural L.E.S. Art Week Kicks off With a Focus on Female Artists

LES Art Week

Starting tonight, 24 Lower East Side galleries, all within walking distance of each other, will kick off the inaugural L.E.S. Art Week, featuring exhibits with a special emphasis on female artists or groups of female artists – both emerging and established.  From Oct. 17 – 21, 2018, many of the ga…

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Isaia Napoli + Eidos Sample Sale

Isaia: Tradition meets innovation, the heritage of Naples becomes passion. The same passion that vibrates in the new gentlemen with dynamic lives, successful careers, naturally elegant, sophisticated in the details that reveal who they are.

Eidos is the essence of something’s being - its idealized fo…

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NYC Holy Real Estate Photo Blog

Church of Saint Paul & Saint Andrew
 Church of Saint Paul and Saint Andrew - Upper West Side
B'Nai Jeshurun
B'Nai Jeshurun - Upper West Side
EV church
East Village Clock Church
Cathedral St John the Devine
Cathedral of Saint John the Divine - Morningside Heights
West Park Church
West Park Church - Upper West Side
Saint Patricks Cathedral
Saint Patrick's Cathedral - Fifth Avenue
Eldridge St Synagogue
Eldridge Street Synagogue L…

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Worker at Extell’s Affordable Tower Badly Burned in Electrical Accident

227 Cherry St.

It was a case of shock and burn down at the Extell project site on Cherry Street.

A construction worker was electrocuted early yesterday during a work accident 227 Cherry Street, the developer’s so-called affordable tower. The man reportedly sustained second-degree burns about the arm…

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Clyburn and Sanders Introduce Bill to Expand Community Health Centers

House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-S.C., pictured at left) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced legislation Thursday to extend and expand funding for community health centers and the National Health Service Corps.
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-S.C., pictured at left) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced legislation Thursday to extend and expand funding for community health centers and the National Health Service Corps.

WASHINGTON – House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn …

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Eye wash

A graffiti scrub team paid a visit to this spot next to the Big Bar on Seventh Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue earlier today... and blasted that fish eye art that has been here for several years. (Four years? Three years? I know I did a post when it arrived.)

Not sure why someone decide…

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School Of Pain

Opening: Thursday, November 15, 6–9pm
Exhibition: November 16, 2018–January 26, 2019

Location & Hours:
Art in General
145 Plymouth Street
Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Wednesday–Sunday, 12–6pm

The exhibition School of Pain draws on the work of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch and Marquis de Sade, the first …

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Juicy Spot’s Thai Ice Cream Cafe on Ludlow Street Melts Away

Juicy Spot no longer has a foothold in Hell Square. The Thai ice creamery at Ludlow Street recently folded after about four years on the block.

A handwritten sign in the window redirects customers to the Chinatown locale at 33 Pell Street.

Juicy Spot debuted on Ludlow Street in early 2015, and late…

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FORGOTTENTOUR #140: REGO PARK

Get FNY’s 20th anniversary of touring off in style and take a peek at a “real good” Queens neighborhood, with stops at the WWI Lost Battalion Hall, the remains of the Trylon Theater, the Rego Park Jewish Center, “The Crescents” featuring premier Tudor architecture, a Revolutionary War-era ceme…

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Feathers for the Holidays


I *understand* that it is WAY too early to be talking about the holidays but I just had to share this post today. There are so many great feathered looks out right now that you're going to want for the next couple months.

SHOP THIS MORE FEATHERED FROCKS HERE:

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The Building With the Curved Cornice


I've long been intrigued by this small trick building on Fulton Mall, largely because of its unusual, curbed cornice, which appears to be original. I've not been able to find out anything about its past life. Anyone out there known anything?




Source: http://lostnewyorkcity.blogspot.com/2014/06/th…

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Specialty 3/24-3/31/19

Endurance
Sunday 3/24
“EMOM This 4.0”
35 minute alternating EMOM:
M1 – 20-30 second Crow Hold
M2 – 20 American Kettlebell Swings (24/16)
M3 – 12 Double Dumbbell Front Squats (2×50/2×35)
M4 – 30 second Max Calories on Assault/Echo bike
M5 – 15-20 Empty Barbell Overhead Squats (54/33)

Wednesd…

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The Ultimate Gift Guide For Every New Yorker

As the holidays approach, I’m all for gifts that fall into one of two camps: experiences or practical gifts. Below, I’m sharing things I’ve either loved and used for years or have recently started enjoying in 2018. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for a special New Yorker in your life, read o…

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With Largest-Ever Allotment for Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Grants $43.9 M. to Arts Programs - ARTnews

Department of Cultural Affairs budget announcement.

COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS

The Cultural Development Fund of New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs has granted $43.9 million to 977 organizations across the city’s five boroughs. Grants will also support …

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