“For the past thirty years we have helped Veterans with PTSD and or brain injuries. Even though we are poorly funded we keep moving forward. We have worked with Vets from modern times to as far back as WWII. Our goal is help them with their healing. Helping them inventory their injuries. After Margot came in contact with one of our Veterans she was moved to offer her help with this elegant event.”
“I use those medals as examples that anything is possible it’s a great achievement as I’m one of Nebraska’s most decorated special Olympians. But it’s also to show that whatever you dream about and work hard at it you can achieve anything. That’s something I push to do whether I’m on the field or with my music.”
Club impresario/producer Noel Ashman recently hosted a private fundraiser for close friend and Mayoral candidate, Bo Dietl. Bo’s background is an impressive one as it spans almost two decades and is filled with all types of accomplishments, from being the inspiration for the film “Bad Lieutenant” to a guest-starring role on “Law & Order” the NBC crime drama.
There are many books out there about how to better one-self after many tragic events. Whether it is substance abuse or relationships almost every angle has been covered. Among these many repeated subjects mostly from celebrities or athletes comes one from a “regular guy” speaking from the heart. Leonardo Cavalli decided to share his personal struggle after a tough divorce to the world in hopes to “open the eyes” of others to help them to avoid the same pitfall.
GGG has been around for years serving golf enthusiasts in many ways. They have catered to every golfers needs on the course. But they have also played a big part in the charitable community. Whether it is for a children’s charity or for bringing awareness to a certain medical issue, Green Girls Golf has been there to devote their time and effort. GGG was the brain-child of CEO, Sophia Manolis whose resume reads like that of a celebrity.
By Nick Christophers It was standing room only at the Crowne Plaza during the Couture Fashion Week show. The guests ranged from dignitaries from overseas to local artists of all colors. It was a unique show in many ways. During Fashion Week there are many events going on […]
By Nick Christophers Here in New York we are surrounded by different cultures and races from Italian, Greek, German, Asian and more. Each one of these races has a left a mark in the Big Apple. The Chinese in particular have more than others established strong communities in […]
By Nick Christophers It takes a deep determination to be able to tackle not one but three artistic disciplines with success. Kathleen Wilce has accomplished such a task. Since acting out nursery rhymes in her parent’s basement it was only a matter of time before she would take her […]
By Nick Christophers It’s always a plus when you know what you want to do professionally at the age of 14. This was the case for Joe Vulpis, CEO of AP Music. At that young age along with his mother’s guidance knew that music would be his vehicle […]
The uptown art scene is happening and one of the places you should visit on your cultural tour is ilon Art Gallery.
Located on 123rd between Adam Clayton and Frederick Douglas Boulevard, this very cool gallery (located in a brownstone!) is accessible by the 2/3 trains and A/C/D trains off the 125th street stop in Harlem. I have been before and the location, curated pieces and proprietor all make for a great experience.