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The Black River News
"There is no better complement to a dazzling smile than great looking skin"
Dr. Ewa Awad graduated from Hunter College in 2004, with dual degrees in chemistry and psychology.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
New York Business.com
The city job that nobody wanted
More than six months after he took office - and hours before departing for a 10-day family vacation in Italy - Mayor Bill de Blasio stepped to the microphones in City Hall on the afternoon of July 17 to announce he had filled the last major vacancy in city government.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The New York Observer
Bill de Blasio Appoints Buildings Commissioner
Mr. de Blasio announced that he was making Hunter College's assistant vice president of facilities Rick Chandler commissioner of the Buildings Department, civil rights attorney Richard Emery the new chair of the Civilian Complaint Review Board and former judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick and former New York Appellate justice Barry Cozier the chair ... (more)
Inside Out: Staten Island's amazing Grace Iarrobino turns 100 surrounded by family and friends (photos)
As the age of longevity becomes more commonplace with each decade that passes, it's not unusual to bear witness to seniors achieving century status.
The New York Observer
On the Market: Will Astoria Cove Erode One of the Last Bastions of Affordability?
The city plans to sell a parking lot in Flushing or $1, according to Crain's , using the bargain basement price to lure a developer with a good affordable housing proposal.
Crain's New York Business
Morning 10: LIRR talks resume | Buildings commissioner | Council speaker lobbying
The tone of negotiations between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and unions representing Long Island Rail Road workers seems to have shifted since talks resumed Wednesday .
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Floral Park Dispatch
New Teacher At My First School
My First School welcomes Becky Kane to lead the newest "Two Time! Gradual Separation" class.
New York Business.com
Buildings commish: a job few seem to want
More than six months after taking office, Mayor Bill de Blasio is said to be likely to name a new commissioner for the department of buildings.
Immigrant of the Day: Dascha "Dash" Polanco
Dascha "Dash" Polanco is an actress best known for playing Dayanara Diaz on Orange Is the New Black .
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Celebrity Baker Sylvia Weinstock on What She Learned From the Suburbs
The cake maven honed her baking and business skills over 30 years in the suburbs-but decided she was happier in the city For nearly 30 years, my husband, Ben, and I lived in the suburbs of New York.
Uncertain economy in Puerto Rico brings islanders to mainland
New York continues to be a major destination for Puerto Ricans coming from the island.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
New Jersey Jewish News
JFVS honors - very special volunteers'
Barbara Polifka, left, and Leona Solomon, right, received awards in recognition of their 19 years of volunteer service to the Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County from former JFVS president Vickie Solomon.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Jackson Heights News
City to award $23 million to improve arts education
For those worried about the future of creativity for students in schools that are focusing more and more on standardized testing and investing less time in cultivating imaginative thinking, there is some good news.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Washington Post
Biggest influence on a child's education may be the mother's education
It's long been known that a mother's education status has a sizable influence on her children's academic lives.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Lincoln Center Launches New Initiative to Train and Certify Future Arts Educators
Lincoln Center, in partnership with CUNY's Hunter College School of Education, the New York City Department of Education, and the United Federation of Teachers, today announced the Lincoln Center Scholars Alternative Certification Program, an innovative new initiative to educate, certify and fast-track over a three-year period the placement of ... (more)
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Westfield High School graduate Michelle Joyner to perform in...
Last year she took part in a reading of a new version of "Jane Eyre" by Daniel Elihu Kramer who is the associate artistic director there.
the Irresponsible Electorate and the 4TH of July
The gravest threat to democracy in the United States is the ignorance of many of the electorate; uniformed and misinformed- they shape the future of the nation.
Michigan Honors: A veteran WWII Marine aerologist, interpreter, broadcaster and woman
Bertha Holmstrand, 92, shares stories about WWII and serving with the Marines in Chelsea, Mich., on June 10, 2014.
Seven mn-year-old fossilised monkey tooth discovered in UAE
Abu Dhabi, July 4 A fossilised monkey specimen, believed to be 6.5 to 8 million years old, has been discovered by scientists on Shuwaihat Island in Abu Dhabi's western region, Al Gharbia, in the United Arab Emirates.