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HART ISLAND PROJECT ANNUAL MEETING with special performance of Forgotten Ones by Dave Doobinin, City Island Branch New York Public Library, 320 City Island Avenue, Bronx, New York 10464, June 21, 2014 2:00 - 3:30 PM. Free admission.
On Tuesday, May 15th, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation will host a Business Breakfast at Tosca Marquee as one of many Bronx Week activities taking place during May 10 – 20th. Author, turnaround specialist and serial entrepreneur Amilya Antonetti will address the audience of nearly 300 small businesses covering key issues relevant to growth and development.
For grown up families with older, more mature children... New York City has always been a wonderful vacation destination. Go to the top of the Empire State Building, visit the Statue of Liberty, see a Broadway show, or take a City Island nautical excursion and also visit NY Botanical Gardens and take in the The Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.
You may also wish to check out the Guggenheim Museum, MOMA, or take a stroll through Central Park and stop by John Lennon's Strawberry Fields and then head over to Serendipity for delicious dessert.
Glen Rose, Texas is a small town about 40 miles
southwest of Fort Worth. It is home to some of the best-preserved dinosaur
tracks in the world. Starting this week a team of scientists,
researchers, students, and collaborators from across the world will
descend on the Paluxy Riverbed to document and study the footprints and
track sites. The team is led by James Farlow, professor of geology at
Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). The dig is
partially funded by the National Geographic Society.
“The Glen Rose Paluxy River site contains some of the best-preserved,
At today's medical marijuana meeting and press conference, including City Images New York officials proposed regulations for the State’s medical marijuana program as required by the Compassionate Care Act. The proposed regulations are an important step toward making medical marijuana a treatment option in New York for individuals suffering from one of the debilitating diseases outlined in the Act. These regulations provide a comprehensive structure that will govern all aspects of the medical marijuana program in New York State.
"Oh, my aching back!" Even if you've never said it, odds are you have heard it and you will eventually say it. Back pain is one of the most common painful conditions men and women face. When it occurs, you want relief. You want the aches to stop and your life to start again.
The good news is that thanks to pioneering advances, treatment for low back pain has undergone changes — changes that get people back on their feet sooner and that help prevent back pain from returning.
NYC is calling it #SignsOfSpringNYC It is a celebration of vibrant, diverse city as the days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and we all start spending a lot more time outside. They'll select the best photos and post them on @nycgov Instagram account. And one lucky winner from each borough will get to be an official Instagram Ambassador for the City. http://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/signs-of-spring-nyc.page
Submit your best photo of springtime in New York City for the #SignsOfSpringNYC Instagram contest.
The panel of judges will choose five lucky winners - one from each of the five boroughs - to be NYC Instagram Ambassadors. Winners will have the opportunity to photograph an official City Hall event and have their photos featured on the @nycgov Instagram account.
To be eligible to win:
You must be a resident of New York City
Your photo must be taken in New York City
Your photo must be in square format
As US Congress slowly moves closer and closer to necessary immigration reform, I decided to drive out to Mount Kisco, New York, where my journey as a new resident of The United States of America began. Thankfully, I have since become a proud citizen of USA.
Music blasting and dogs barking at all hours of the morning and night. People fighting in the building and others, who do not even live there with access to keys to our building. Lights burned out for long periods in areas that are usually lighted and other areas where the lights are on during the day. Welcome to NYC. Fences broken, which allow trespassers to enter our property and the association defers to the manager, who are supposed to answer to their demands.
Was mass media guru Marshall McLuhan a deep thinker, a charlatan, a '60s fad or a bit of all three? "His books will probably be mined for years to come by clever prospectors hunting . . . for bits of invaluable ore," observes Marchand in this first full-scale biography.
Professor McLuhan grew up on the Canadian prairie and learned irrepressible verbal aggressiveness from his violent-tempered mother. He had a photographic memory and suffered repeated blackouts as an adult.