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Wednesday ~ June 20, 2018

Happy Wednesday!

The experience continues.  I have 10 images for you today.  If you are on Facebook you can click here to go to my blog.  711 more words

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Great Tips for Throwing a Bachelorette Party

Bachelorette Party NYC

A really exciting time has come. Someone who is an important part of your life is getting married! Whether it’s from your sister, a college roommate, your childhood best-friend, or a close family friend, being asked by someone to be their bridesmaid or the maid of honor is quite the compliment. 543 more words

'Little Disasters' Is a Harrowing Tale of New Parenthood

The birth of a first child is a seminal moment. Parents prepare as best they can, but the challenges of newborn can destabilize even the most committed partners. 1,383 more words


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Canada Goslings in industrial Maspeth.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Marching about recently, my path carried the camera past Maspeth Creek, which – as the name would imply – is in industrial Maspeth and is in fact a tributary of that lugubrious cataract of cautionary tales known to all simply as the “Newtown Creek.” Whilst scuttling past the Maspeth Creek waterway’s head waters, which flow out a sewer, these Canadian invaders were shifting from foot to foot in a manner which I did not like. 736 more words

New York City

The Truth of “True Crime”

Ashley Richards has lived in Brooklyn, NY and Greenwich, CT, before coming to Princeton to pursue a variety of academic interests. While at Princeton, she chose to combine her interests in literature and economics by majoring in English and minoring in Finance. 529 more words

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Program Highlights: "You Can't Ask Me That": NYC's New Salary History Law

By, Laura Ross, Reference Librarian and Digital Archivist

Event Name: “You Can’t Ask Me That”: NYC’s New Salary History Law

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 30th 6:00-8:00 PM… 363 more words


First Dog-Friendly Café Saves Rescues Along the Way

On a scorching Saturday afternoon, dog lovers flocked to NYC’s first dog-friendly café located in the East Village for the cool drinks, friendly company, and an adoption event. 350 more words