Vigil For Peace and Ecology - Hula Hoop Ladies share their talent with the performers for the up-coming September 18th event in the Band shell in Central Park, NYC. We all will be celebrating the International Day of Peace. … [Continue reading...]
VENICE BEACH the musical
A contemporary musical with various styles of music and dance from hip hop
and rock to standard musical theater about American college graduates trying
to survive in the post-graduate world between 2008 and 2012, a time of
economic recession and high unemployment. Jesse, a native Californian, is
trying to convince three of his mid-western fraternity brothers, Bradley,
Michael, and Steven, to move with him to Venice, California, promise land of
sun, surf, hot girls in bikinis, and plenty of jobs. During their graduation
ceremony at Ohio State University, they express their doubts and concerns
about what’s next after college. At the celebration party that night in
their … [Continue reading...]
2015 SUMMER TRAVEL PREVIEW: LATEST TRENDS AND TIPS!!
Award-Winning, International Travel Expert Stephanie Oswald Provides Insider 2015 Travel Tips, Trends and Tools
on Everything from
How To Go, Where to Go, What to Pack and Getting the Most for Your Travel Dollar!!
AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEW: STEPHANIE OSWALD, Editor-In-Chief of TRAVELGIRL Magazine, Award-Winning International Travel Expert
Most seasoned travelers knows that planning is the key to a trip packed with value. It's a worthy goal, and it involves more than just knowing about the lowest airfares or best prices for accommodations. Adding value to a trip requires knowledge about destinations, events and logistics. International travel expert and Editor-In-Chief of travelgirl magazine, … [Continue reading...]
Survey Reveals a Gender Divide in the Ways that Boys and Girls Manage their Money and Plan for College; Experts Offer Tips on How to Make Your Teen Financially Savvy
This year, nearly three million young people will graduate from high schools across the United States. Many will continue their education, while others will begin pursuing careers. In both cases, they will be required to make many of their own decisions which will have financial implications and directly impact on their ability to become independent.
Junior Achievement’s and The Allstate Foundation’s annual Teens and Personal Finance Survey provides a snapshot of teens’ behaviors and attitudes around money management. It examines how teens view the importance of effective spending, saving and budgeting—and their opinions … [Continue reading...]
A Day For Adults To Act Like A Kid Again
While Changing the Lives & Futures of Millions of Young People Nationwide
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America Calls Attention to Critical Issues Facing Young People with Nationwide “Day For Kids” events in September.
Learn How This Day Can Change the lives of Millions of America’s Kids, including those in your community.
Some of the latest statistics about children in the U.S. show deeply troubling numbers. Throughout the country, kids are facing serious issues, such as lack of supervision, poverty and obesity, which can deprive them of a happy and healthy childhood. As a result, many young people are facing a tough uphill battle to find success at home, at school, and ultimately, in … [Continue reading...]
I am proud to share that since Eco Boys and Girls inception at the esteemed Liberty Science Center three years ago, we have taken many strides around the world to promote the importance of environmental education. Most recently, we have been developing a 6 volume book series for Pre K to 3rd grade that is being promoted by the National Education Association.
On Earth Day 2013 a reading of our first book "Meet The Eco Boys and Girls", alongside Dr. Seuss's "The Lorax", were both featured as part of the NEA's Read Across America Program for their significance towards earth stewardship.
This past weekend, the Brooklyn Children's Museum hosted a reading event with interactive activities.
In addition to the books, we are currently working on expanding through various … [Continue reading...]
to Bring Healthy Smiles to Youth at Harlem Children’s Zone
Oral-B has teamed up with Dr. Jonathan B. Levine, nationally recognized NYC based oral health expert and regular contributor on “The Dr. Oz Show,” to help Americans improve their oral health. Through a charitable partnership, Oral-B and Dr. Levine’s GLO Good Foundation are educating Americans on the importance of having good oral health. They visited and will be visiting select areas throughout the country, starting right here in Harlem on January 24th.
Dr. Levine joined more than 300 kids (ages K-12) at the Harlem Children’s Zone to host a special themed event, “Brush Up Smile Zone!” The event included a variety of fun and educational activities that spread the message about the importance of good oral health –as it … [Continue reading...]
The Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard and Airmen’s Club, since 1919 continues to fulfill its mission, as the only private organization in the New York area to provide accommodations at subsidized rates and club-type facilities for servicemen and servicewomen, military retirees and veterans and their families visiting New York City. General James F. Amos, Mitzi Perdue, Robert McManus and special guest General David Howell Petraeus. PHOTO of USO girls, please credit herbertcollection.com.
Founded in 1919
“Serving Those Who Have Served Their Country”
“To promote the general welfare of men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States and its Allies, and their families, by maintaining and offering club and lodging rooms”
In 1919, Mrs. Cornelia Barnes Rogers and Mrs. … [Continue reading...]
V-GIRLS PILOT PROJECT LAUNCHES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RELEASE OF EVE ENSLERS NEW WORK: I AM AN EMOTIONAL CREATURE: THE SECRET LIFE OF GIRLS AROUND THE WORLDGLOBAL SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN ON WOMEN IN CONGO CONTINUES FOR 2ND YEAR IN A ROW, AS THE CITY OF JOY OPENS MAY 25TH IN BUKAVUV-Day 2010 Benefits To Take Place In Over 1500 Colleges And Communities In 50 CountriesNew York, NY January 25, 2010 - V-Day, the global activist movement to end violence against women and girls, announced its 2010 season of events and campaigns today with the theme Building The City of Joy. Since it was founded by playwright/activist Eve Ensler in 1998, V-Day has shattered taboos and raised over $70 million, transforming communities to end violence against women and girls. Working at the intersection of art, social … [Continue reading...]