Kimberly Korn’s foray into the entertainment business is guttural. From childhood she was a natural performer favoring tutus and sparkles over the drab of school uniforms. She is the epitome of a talented, driven young artist trying to make it in the big city. Support a sista! She’s performing at The Bitter End Saturday, April 3rd at 8PM. Boom!
A raw foods diet typically consists of unprocessed foods that are not heated above 115 degrees Fahrenheit so as to preserve nutrients otherwise lost during cooking. Proponents claim that besides losing weight and feeling more energetic, they are also avoiding the carcinogens introduced into foods by cooking and protecting the environment from drug- and chemical-dependent, water-wasting big-business agriculture.
If you look hard enough you might be able to recycle those old appliances, and they will likely be reconditioned and find a good home in a household less privileged than yours, or broken down into their reusable parts and used to help rejuvenate other salvageable units.
We are committed to introducing new talents, as well as showcasing established artists and photographers in each issue.Please contact us if you or someone you know is breaking barriers, or creating a movement.Fame is not a prerequisite— talent is.
Brooklyn, NY-City— Council Member Jumaane D. Williams and 12 other members of the New York City Council announced the formation of the Progressive Caucus of the New York City Council, which Councilman Brad Lander will co-chair. The Progressive Caucus will push for a more just, more equal city that offers genuine opportunity to all New Yorkers.
Picture the Homeless is one of our favorite organizations. They are the voice for the homeless community, enacting the first structured campaigns for policy change affecting the homeless. Go to Yippie Café Friday at 8PM to donate to this killer-good cause. It’s only $10 at the door and the lineup of performers include Zera Priestess, the Welfare Poets, Spiritchild, Natasha and Majesty from Grassroots Artists MovEment, Luke Ryan, James Tracy, Freeborn, and FinaL OutlaW.
CB #2’s Traffic and Transportation Committee is hosting a public input meeting Tonight from 6:30 to 8 PM to discuss the impact of Holland Tunnel traffic on pedestrians, residents and businesses in Hudson Square. Their agenda will be to discuss the much needed short-term improvement such as signal system modifications, additional time for pedestrians to cross streets, pedestrian refuge areas, short-term traffic calming treatments, and lane striping, pavement markings and turn lanes to increase the safety of all users.
NYU’s plans for expansion have been the source of tremendous friction between the mega-school and its surrounding communities, residents citing a general disregard for their wishes and a seeming entitlement. Set your calendars now. NYU will present its 2031 Expansion Plan on Wednesday, April 14th, 5:30 to 8pm. How do you feel about the red dots on the map??
New York, New York – The Straphangers Campaign and City Council Member Margaret Chin stationed themselves outside Stuyvesant High School in lower Manhattan this afternoon, handing out 1,200 leaflets to students and parents at the Stuyvesant parent-teacher conference. The leaflets urged calling Governor Paterson in support of student MetroCards.