Bartow Pell Mansion

Attraction

Tuesday, November 8

7:30 p.m.

Author Carol Wallace discusses her new book, Leaving Van Gogh--her first historical novel.

"A haunting novel of bold strokes and fine-grained gestures, one that resonates long after its last, luminous page. In Carol Wallaces' masterful hands Van Gogh's pictures spring to life every bit as brilliantly as does the painter himself." Stacy Schiff, author of Cleopatra: A Life.

www.bpmm.org

Saturday,
November 12
10 a.m. -1 p.m.

Volunteer Garden Clean-Up Day

VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION

Announcement
Images: 

As Veteran’s Day 2011 approaches, City Island Images invites everyone to join us in paying tribute to those who have answered the call and served our nation honorably.

We are marking the day by publishing the names of every veteran who we can identify, who has served USA with pride and dedication.

We welcome a list with the names of your friends and family members, suggestions, or both.

If you are on City Island, please call or fax X1607, or if you have an e-mail, reach out with your list of names, so we may add these names to our VIP list.

admin@cimages.me

NYC MARATHON

News

Geoffrey Mutai has won the men’s part of the New York City Marathon and, Firehiwot Dado of Ethiopia, 27 has won the women’s race in an unbelievable comeback with a time of two hours, 23 minutes and 15 seconds.

This Week in History

News

This Week in History, Nov 6 - Nov 12

Nov 06, 1962
U.N. condemns apartheid. The United Nations General Assembly adopts a resolution condemning South Africa's racist apartheid policies and calling on all its members to end economic and military relations with the country.

Nov 07, 1991
Magic Johnson announces he is HIV positive. N. American basketball legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson stuns the world by announcing his sudden retirement from the Los Angeles Lakers, after testing positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Nov 08, 1895

Headlines 11/6/11

News

THOUSANDS DARK AND COLD. Following Last Weeks Storm.

MARATHON SUNDAY. NYC Streets Foot Traffic.

OKLAHOMA QUAKES. Rarity Many In Days.

FREE FLIGHTS. Following Qantas Strike.

JOE FRAZIER. Hospice Cancer Care.

USA FALLS BACK

Announcement
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Some cant wait for the opportunity to enjoy one extra hour of sleep, others dread changing all the clocks scattered in their homes.

Daylight Saving Time started in March when we set the clocks forward one hour and will stop once again at 2 a.m. Sunday, so it's time to set clocks back before you go to bed Saturday to return to Standard Time.

SILENCE IS GOLDEN

Issue

The annoying sounds of leaf-blowers on our streets and sidewalks, the thump of loud music coming from our community center, or the out of control screaming heard outside your low life neighbor's home may all be considered a fact of our suburban life to some, but many others have become mad as hell and don't necessarily want to listen to anymore of these and other UN-necessary sounds, which are often heard from dawn to dusk.

BANK TRANSFER DAY

News

Today was supposed to be the big bank revolt, when millions of dollars were going to be withdrawn from banks across the nation, but these actions failed to materialize locally.

City Island Images checked area financial institutions and we were told that there was no mass movement to close, or transfer accounts, in fact the bankers we spoke with reported the opposite. They spoke about opening new savings and checking accounts.

FRIED CHICKEN - NY HOT SPOTS

Restaurant

The best fried chicken has historically been served in the South, but some innovative chefs around this country understand the innate appeal of the homey, crunchy, juicy dish. Here are a couple of the best fried-chicken restaurants in town:

Pies-N-Thighs
piesnthighs.tumblr.com
166 South 4th Street Brooklyn, NY 11211
(347) 282-6005

This Williamsburg spot is known for fried chicken seasoned with paprika, black pepper and cayenne.

Momofuku Noodle Bar
171 1st avenue new york, NY 10003
http://www.momofuku.com

VACCA COAT DRIVE

Announcement

Sunday, Council Member James Vacca will join the Edgewater Park Ladies Auxiliary to host a coat drive at the Edgewater Park Firehouse. Donations of gently used coats will be accepted from 10 AM to 1 PM. Vacca will be on hand starting at 12:30 PM. All donated coats will benefit homeless families living at St. Peter’s Shelter.

WHO: Councilman Vacca, Edgewater Park Ladies Auxiliary, community members

WHAT: Coat drive for those in need

WHEN: Sunday, 11/ 6, 2011 @ 10 AM to 1 PM (Media availability at 12:30 PM)

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