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A diverse summer schedule of top artists includes Charlie Cruz, The Davell Crawford Movement, Lords of the Underground, New Power Generation with the music of Prince, ‘A Night of Inspiration’ with The Walls Group & The String Queens, and The Wailers’ Julian Junior Marvin.
by Post on 07/16 12:36PM - Story - 277 Hits
The Green, Electric Shuttle System Provides Free Rides to Commuter Launched in West Village and Williamsburg this July New York City (July, 2018) With, by far, the highest rate of mass transit usage and the longest mean travel time in the country, New York City’s complex network of transportation systems ...
by Post on 07/26 04:10PM - Story - 531 Hits
3.Northern NJ Community Foundation Celebrated Community Foundation Week and Helped Homeless Families
(Englewood, New Jersey; November 121 2016) -- From November 12-18, 2016, the Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) joined more than 780 community foundations across the United States celebrating Community Foundation Week. For more than 25 years, the effort created in 1989 by former president George H.W. Bush has raised ...
by Post on 11/21 10:17AM - Story - 1,705 Hits
4.Pic’s Promising Pace Goes Unrewarded After Trying Silverstone Weekend
Arthur Pic was unable to capitalise on a strong display of race pace during 2014’s fifth GP2 Series round at Silverstone last weekend (July 4-6). The Frenchman narrowly missed out on points with 11th on Saturday, while a late-race collision on Sunday ensured he failed to finish for the first ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/07 03:04PM - Story - 1,243 Hits
5.“Can We Talk?” Four Tips for Delivering Bad News
... example, you might tolerate a longstanding, but mediocre, vendor instead of giving the contract to another company. Or maybe you make excuses to hold on to an underperforming employee. And admit it: You’ve almost certainly hung around in a problematic personal relationship (romantic or platonic) longer than you should have.
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/20 02:40PM - Story - 1,222 Hits
6.Winter Storms, Frigid Air Cancel Flights, Strand Travelers for Days
... AccuWeather.com reports a significant snowstorm and blizzard that pushed across the United States in the early days of 2014 created a ripple effect of flight delays across the country. The timing was especially problematic as the days following the start of the new year are big for returning holiday travelers.
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/08 01:24PM - Story - 1,221 Hits
7.Teen Turbulence and Ten Things for Parents to Watch Out For
By Christy Baker Rogers, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Director, Carolina House The beginning of the school year can be a triggering and emotionally difficult time for many teens, especially as they adjust to new academic expectations, new peer groups’ expectations of them, and increasingly challenging societal pressures around various types of ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/26 03:27PM - Story - 1,452 Hits
8.Fall Foliage Forecast: Vibrant Views in Store for Mid-Atlantic Leaf-Peepers
AccuWeather.com reports as summer comes to a close, signs of fall are prematurely visible in leaves across the mid-Atlantic, the area most likely to receive a vibrant display of foliage this year. Cold air and a dry August have prompted an early emergence of colors for parts of the area, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/18 04:04PM - Story - 990 Hits
9.Fall Foliage: Vibrant Display Expected in Mid-Atlantic
State College, Pa. -- 27 August 2013 -- AccuWeather.com reports aAs summer comes to a close and fall weather ushers in the changing of leaves, this year's most vibrant display of foliage will occur across the mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, surrounding regions may be hindered by flooding rain and unseasonable temperatures. "Most ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/28 04:51PM - Story - 1,795 Hits
10.Wind Challenges West, Texas, Fire Containment Effort
... area, and winds have shifted to the northwest averaging 15 to 25 mph with gusts between 30 and 45 mph. Update as of 6:50 a.m. CDT: Thunderstorms moving through the area may bring beneficial moisture to the blaze; however, winds behind the front will continue to be problematic for firefighters.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/19 06:32PM - Story - 1,269 Hits
11.Rep. Don Young’s “Wetback” Comment Shows Depth of GOP’s Latino Problem
Statement from Presente.org While the GOP is scrambling to revamp its image to welcome Latinos, Congressman Don Young’s comment shows the true problem the GOP is facing – some leaders who deep down have not challenged their racist and anti-Latino sentiments. “We are outraged that in 2013 political leaders are ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/30 03:23PM - Story - 1,831 Hits
12.Van Gogh’s The Starry Night Shines Brightly On Teachers, Students, Parents And A Newark Neighborhood
It’s no secret that caring, creative teachers can achieve remarkable results in the learning process of their students. It’s also no secret that learning is intensified when teachers apply an interdisciplinary approach, particularly by including art. Anyone who doubts this premise need only look at the total learning experience accomplished ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/29 10:43AM - Story - 1,441 Hits
13.Civil Rights Group Slams National Rifle Association’s Racial Doublespeak
ColorOfChange.org Urges the Media to Report on the NRA’s Selective Use of Racial Imagery and Racialized Language Gun Industry Lobby Seeks to Deflect Attention from its Role in Profiting from Gun Violence New York, NY – The NRA pushes inaccurate and harmful messages about the Black men and boys who ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/06 07:02PM - Story - 1,158 Hits
14.CardHub.com Analyzes Effectiveness of Credit Card Repricing Disclosures, Rates Regulators
This week, CardHub.com released its 2012 Interest Rate Repricing Study, which evaluates how well the 10 largest credit card issuers adhere to regulatory disclosure requirements and analyzes the effectiveness of regulators in making sure that issuers convey the most important information regarding credit card interest rate changes to consumers.
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/30 04:09PM - Story - 1,593 Hits
15.Teaneck Municipal Parking - Update
Within the next few weeks three Municipal Parking Lots are expected to be repaved. Front Street (by Stop & Shop), Queen Anne & Degraw (by the southeast corner) and the lot at the Roda Center.
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/07 03:30PM - Story - 978 Hits
16.Rush, Hannity, Savage Face 'Death By Obama'
Conducting interviews on this topic is the New York Times bestselling author, journalist and radio host, Aaron Klein and award-winning historian, researcher and New York Times bestselling author, Brenda J. Elliott. Guest Profile and Information Click Here: http://superstore.wnd.com/books/Fool-Me-Twice-Obamas-Shocking-Plans-for-the-Next-Four-Years-Exposed-Hardcover WND
by Press Release on 07/30 06:17PM - Story - 3,203 Hits
17.Military Academies Provide Alternatives to Church Contact from the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers
For more information contact Jason Torpy, President, 202-656-6223, [email protected] See these and other stories of interest at http://blog.militaryatheists.org/
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/16 09:14AM - Story - 1,309 Hits
18.AAUW Leads Rally to Push Congress for “Wal-Mart Fix”
Bill Would Undo Damage Done to Workers’ Rights after Supreme Court Decision. The American Association of University Women (AAUW) will lead a rally at the Supreme Court tomorrow to support legislation that would undo much of the damage done to women’s and workers’ rights after the court’s disappointing decision in ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/19 08:40PM - Story - 1,058 Hits
19.Florida Voting Wars: Judge Halts Voter Registration Law, Justice Department Purge Warning
A federal judge last week blocked key provisions of a restrictive law regulating voter registration drives in Florida, the same day the Department of Justice demanded that state officials stop purging the voter rolls.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/07 06:11PM - Story - 5,476 Hits
20.CCR Condemns Activation of Secure Communities in New York City
... into Immigration Agents. Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) issued the following statement in response to news that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency will activate the problematic “Secure Communities” program in a number of New York jurisdictions, including New York City.
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/14 03:43PM - Story - 1,581 Hits
21.Statement Submitted by Muslim Advocates and 27 American Muslim, Arab, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Organizations
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/17 06:45PM - Story - 1,903 Hits
22.AAI Statement on The FBI’s Guiding Principles: Touchstone Document on Training 2012
Over the past few months, media reports have revealed that FBI agent-training programs have used bigoted materials (filled with misinformation and shocking stereotypes) that crudely depict Arab Americans and American Muslims as threatening, irrational, or otherwise abnormal.
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/31 03:23PM - Story - 908 Hits
23.Is Barack Obama a natural-born citizen of the United States
... he is legally eligible. And while the mainstream press continues to ridicule "birthers" as conspiracists, kooks and racists, dozens of lawsuits cite Obama's dual citizenship and other problematic parts of his past as unequivocally disqualifying him from the U.S. presidency according to the original meaning and intent of the Constitution.
by Press Release on 05/16 09:56AM - Story - 1,898 Hits
24.Towing a Big Boat on the Road? BoatUS Trailering Club Offers Discount Wide-Load Permit Service
It’s not wise to be caught without an “oversize” permit if your boat is wider than eight-and-a-half feet. Wide-Load Trip Planning Tips If your boat has a beam greater than eight-and-a-half-feet, 47 states as well as the District of Columbia require a wide-load or “oversize” permit to tow it over ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/12 09:55AM - Story - 2,713 Hits
25.Creating a Dog-Friendly Backyard
By Greg Kleva Creating a dog-friendly backyard brings many benefits such as the dog’s safety, prevention of boredom and attendant misbehaviors, exercise, and enjoyment of nature. Remember, though, that while letting your dog have a free romp in your yard keeps him exercised, active and happy, the yard should be ...
by Press Release on 03/03 03:30PM - Story - 3,101 Hits
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