Join us at this interesting expo from the Holistic Chamber of Commerce . Meet important practitioners and experts and network with our wonderful community .
If you want to exhibit we have a special for our folks ( you ! ). You can share tables for $ 250.00 each . Email me when you get a chance . Also join us at our Potluck Bazaar this Saturday at the Open Center .
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NYCREW Gathers the CRE Clans: In its latest Industry Spotlight on the next generation of New York's legendary real estate dynasties, the New York Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women's Network (NYCREW) hosted the scions of the Zucker, Goodstein and Gottesman clans at "The Women Leading New York's Real Estate Families, Take Three," at the 3 West Club. NYCREW and CREW National Board Member Faith Hope Consolo of Douglas Elliman's Retail Group moderated a lively panel discussion that covered the companies' current projects, as well as the professional and personal opportunities and challenges in leading a family business in the 21st century. Pictured, from left: NYCREW Board Member and Programs Committee Co-Chair Erin Beitz, Carmel Partners; Laurie Zucker, Vice Chair, Zucker … [Continue reading...]
This film tells the historical stories taking place in Heilongjiang in ancient times dating back 1000 years ago. Different ancient dynasties mushroomed and perished from time to time in the past long years. And in the meantime, the special civilization was created in this northeastern province. … [Continue reading...]
National Leasing Team Launches Coast-to-Coast Roll-out of Girls' Fashion Brand
From Amagansett to New York to Charleston to Santa Monica and now beyond, the preeminent leasing and sales team of Faith Hope Consolo, Chairman, and Joseph Aquino, Executive Vice President of Douglas Elliman’s Retail Group has been charged with the national expansion of celebrated girls' fashion and accessories brand Pink Chicken/Poulet Rose. Having arranged the original Hampton's boutique in Amagansett, followed by its first Manhattan flagship last year at 1225 Madison Avenue, Ms. Consolo and Mr. Aquino are now spearheading the brand’s extended positioning.
"Pink Chicken is adored by girls, teens and moms around the world for its vibrant collections and age-appropriate sophistication," points out … [Continue reading...]
The campaign will engage retired CCOs as well as faculty of colleges and universities nationwide to make a financial contribution to the Foundation this year
The LAGRANT Foundation (TLF) is launching a fundraising effort led by Charlotte Otto, retired P&G Chief Communications Officer (CCO) and current Senior Corporate Strategist at Weber Shandwick, and Steve Johnson, retired CCO of Union Bank and current Principal of Johnson Communications. They will co-chair a new initiative to engage retired CCOs and college faculty as donors to TLF.
"I'm pleased to help reach out to our retired CCO colleagues, distinguished faculty and others to get them in this game," said Otto. "Nothing less than the vibrant future of our profession is at stake. We desperately need far more diverse … [Continue reading...]
Our extraordinary network of Global Associates growing!
We have a presence in The Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East with multi-lingual, multi-disciplinary expertise among our 30 amazingly talented Associates. Associate Peter Cook and I now also are featured on Atlantic Speaker Bureau joining a distinguished international roster of speakers.
And there's much more exciting news among us!
Peter Cook met Richard Branson when his essay Dear Dad won #thevirginway competition Leadership Lessons Start At Home
Madelon Evers will lead Mastermind-Meetings for Women Leaders in English on 25 October and in German on 22 November.
Berrie Pelser, strategic advisor to Society3, propriety technology used to increase networking efficiency with … [Continue reading...]
This film tells the stories of how ancient Heilongjiang was formed in the geographic movements as well as the geographic and topographic conditions of the northeastern province. The film is aimed to bring a brief introduction to audience members the history, the development and vastness of Heilongjiang. … [Continue reading...]
This film tells the formation and development of the civilization and literature achievements of this northeastern province as well as the fantastic landscapes and fertile farmlands. … [Continue reading...]
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14TH
BROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL STEPS
209 JORALEMON STREET
On Tuesday at 2:00 PM, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will welcome the Brooklyn Bolts of the Fall Experimental Football League (FXFL) at a rally on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall. The Bolts will kick off their season on Wednesday with a home game at MCU Park against the Boston Brawlers. Borough President Adams will cheer on the borough’s first professional football team since 1944 and speak to the importance of sports to Brooklyn’s culture.
Joining Borough President Adams will be the team’s players, coaches, including Head Coach John Bock, FXFL Commissioner Brian Woods, Council Member Mark Treyger and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President Carlo … [Continue reading...]
This film tells the modern lives of the three ethnic groups living in Heilongjiang, namely the Oroqen, Hezhen and Dau. The Oroqens make a living from hunting in the forests of the Greater and Lesser Xing'an Mountains; The Hezhen people mainly live on fishing and hunting along the Songhua, Heilong and Wusuli rivers; and the Daurs living in fertile Sanjiang plain, are good at singing and dancing. They are called the “last tribes” in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang. … [Continue reading...]
World-renowned symphonic conductor and woodwind virtuoso Martin Piecuch will bring his “Jazzical Fusion Trio to New York City on Friday, November 7th.
Show times 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
The trio performance, which features Maestro Piecuch on multiple woodwinds with pianist Regan Ryzuk and bassist Larry Goldman, mixes classical music, modern jazz, and the ancient folk music of Europe and the Americas to create a unique experience that has been called “a remarkable display of versatility, styles, and hip arrangements” by New York Philharmonic saxophonist Albert Regni.
Piecuch was named Permanent Guest Conductor of the Moscow Philharmonic in 2003 and has also conducted the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, where in his debut performances, he thrilled audiences with Rolf … [Continue reading...]
This film tells the historical, cultural and religious histories and development of Harbin, capita city of Harbin. Harbin has some 100 years of history and within this period of time, it has become a modern city with international appeal due to its characteristics – adopting advanced western trends and cultural diversity. … [Continue reading...]
September 21, 2014. Good News and Ben and Jerry’s are the last groups at the March. Ben and Jerry’s globe stated if it is melted it is ruined. We here at Good News with our series, The Water Hour are fully aware of the concerns of WATER. We helped create World Water Day at the UN with our associate Phil Sauers of the World Water Rescue Foundation. Our participation at the march was for Peace and for Water, in fact we feature a song that Pete Seeger titled Water not Weapons. Go to www.goodnewsplanet.com
Here is a link to the Ben and Jerry story. http://www.benjerry.com/whats-new/climate-march-recap
The People’s Climate March -
This is just the beginning
September 25, 2014
On September 21st, 400,000 people took to the streets of New York City to demand action, not rhetoric, … [Continue reading...]
I have just finished a book, titled, GOOD NEWS: WORLD PEACE. I thought I would share a chapter with you in hopes that you see the value in it and be interested in reading more, especially when it comes out. Please share any comments with me, as I would truly appreciate it.
HEARTS BEAT TOGETHER
Our hearts beat together, what a phenomenon, what a blessing, what a joy. By the way they are all the same color; amazing, but true, just like the blood and the insides of our bodies is the same color, amazing but true. We are all together on starship planet earth flying around in the solar system, one beat, one movement at a time, we are on the same trip, spinning, breathing, heart beating, blood flowing and hopefully laughing… Man’s and … [Continue reading...]
You are invited to join our
Human Trafficking Awareness Training at
the Safe Conference on Thursday, Oct. 30
from 4 -6 PM at a special rate.
Hope to see you there!
President, Airline Ambassadors
International … [Continue reading...]
Norman Lear, the legendary, controversial TV producer, transformed the face of American television and culture with such groundbreaking sitcoms as All in the Family, Maude, Sanford and Son, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Good Times, and Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Winner of four Emmy awards, the Peabody and the Harry Chapin Award, Lear – founder of People for the American Way – was also awarded The National Medal of Arts by President Clinton for his progressive achievements.
“Many have known the Man behind the stories. Now all of us can know the stories behind the Man. Archie, Edith, Gloria and Meathead couldn’t have told them better!” – Bill Moyers
In his new memoir, EVEN THIS I GET TO EXPERIENCE, Lear recounts his extraordinarily eventful life with his … [Continue reading...]
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
BROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL PLAZA
209 JORALEMON STREET
Tomorrow at 12:00 PM, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will host pet adoption organizations and advocacy groups, along with a number of dogs, on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall to announce an effort to advance adoption of shelter pets in the borough and across the city. He will unveil a legislative push to incentivize New Yorkers to adopt pets from animal shelters or humane societies, as well as promote his Adopt-A-Pet Day this Saturday on Brooklyn Borough Hall Plaza, taking place from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM, where shelter pets will be present and ready for adoption.
This announcement is being made during National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, celebrated throughout … [Continue reading...]
To Friends of Ray,
For those of you who don’t know, I am Ray Korona’s Life Partner. I wanted to make sure everyone listed in his email address book received this note, so please excuse duplication if you have already received it. Also, I tried to send to the whole list yesterday and that didn't seem to work, so I'm sending again in smaller batches.
I hope eventually everybody will think about Ray and get the usual happy feeling, but for now I am sad to say that Ray passed away at 6:00 pm Thursday, Oct. 16, at Hackensack UMC. I was there, along with his brother and sister and in-laws, some nieces and nephews, and several friends. We played Ray's cds. Gina Tlamsa, a friend and member of the Ray Korona Band, added great beauty and peace to the day by playing the flute.
Ray was … [Continue reading...]