VANDALISM MUST STOP

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New Rochelle, NY officials were shocked to learn that Lou Gehrig street sign was taken by vandals. City Island Images noticed the sign was missing and immediately contacted the proper authorities.

New Rochelle Mayor, Noam Bramson assures cimages.me the street sign will be immediately replaced. He adds that the city has not rescinded the designation of Meadow Lane to be named after NY Yankee Great, Lou Gehrig, so he assumes the sign was taken down by vandalls.

http://www.lougehrig.com

SUPER BOWL XLVI DEJA BLUE ALL OVER AGAIN

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Those NY Giants have once again beaten New England Patriots 21-17 The second Super Bowl victory in four years is always classic game that was similar to the 17-14 NY victory over NE four years ago. These match ups are some of the greatest Super Bowl games ever played.

Headlines 2/6/12

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HOOKED ON A NY SUPER FEELING-AGAIN. MVP Manning Giants Sequel.

SB XLVI LOW-HIGHLIGHTS. TV Commercials-Half-Time-NY Wins.

SYRIA'S SECTIONS UNDER SIEGE. Renewed Violence.

COLORADO & MINNESOTA. Caucuses Straw-poll.

WILL ISRAEL BOMB IRAN? Slow Diplomacy.

CITY ISLAND IMAGES - VIDEO SHARING PROJECT

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To celebrate GIANTS Victory in Superbowl XLVI - City Island Images is proud and delighted to offer our constant readers an opportunity to view the first of many live video streaming images of City Island, NY. This beta Website is still in development.

Click on to the following Web Page links:

User Name: GUEST
The password is: guest

http://cimages.me/sites/cimages.me/files/hardware_store_small.html
http://cimages.me/sites/cimages.me/files/hardware_store.html

Here are a couple of other links worth viewing:

http://members.shaw.ca/ruping/webcams/glbwebcams.html

HHS KUDOS

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A recent decision by The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ requiring insurance coverage for a range of women’s preventive health services, including birth control, at no cost is welcomed by millions.

“The new rule is a victory for millions of women who will now have access to contraception and other preventive health services and supplies, without expensive cost-sharing,” said Kathy Lim Ko, APIAHF president and CEO. “We commend HHS for recognizing the essential role these services play in promoting women’s health.”

PLAN AHEAD FOR V-DAY <3

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This year, Valentines Day, 2012 doesn't have to be cold - Make plans to snuggle up with...

Tell someone close to you, just how much you need them, love and appreciate them.

Your special valentine is waiting for you to make your move... Don't be shy!

LOOKING BACK @ VALENTINES DAY

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According to recorded history, back on February 14, on or about the year 278 A.D., Valentine, a holy priest in Rome in the days of Emperor Claudius II, was executed.

Under the rule of Claudius the Cruel, Rome was involved in many unpopular and bloody campaigns. The emperor had to maintain a strong army, but was having a difficult time getting soldiers to join his military leagues. Claudius believed that Roman men were unwilling to join the army because of their strong attachment to their wives and families.

This Week in History

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Feb 05, 1994
Beckwith convicted of killing Medgar Evers. White supremacist Byron De La Beckwith is convicted in the murder of African-American civil rights leader Medgar Evers, over 30 years after the crime occurred. Evers was gunned down in the driveway of his Jackson, Mississippi, home on June 12, 1963, while his wife, Myrlie, and the couple's three small children were inside.

Feb 06, 1952

Headlines 2/5/12

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SUPERBOWL XLVI SUNDAY. Countdown To Victory Play.

MITT ROMNEY: VIVA LAS VEGAS. Nevada Win.

NEWT'S NEXT PASS. Plan B Hand-off?

CHINA/RUSSIA vs THE WORLD.

BIG BLUE. Go Giants.

NYBG PROGRAMS

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Bronx Green-Up, the community outreach program of The New York Botanical Garden, provides horticultural advice, technical assistance, and training to community gardeners, school groups, and other organizations interested in improving urban neighborhoods through greening projects.

The NYC Compost Project in the Bronx, funded and managed by NYC Department of Sanitation's Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling, and hosted at The New York Botanical Garden, provides compost education and outreach to NYC residents, nonprofit organizations, and businesses.