Hillary Flowers is a boutique owner, designer, and
singer- song writer.
Her boutique is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan at
40 Clinton Street NY NY 10002 between Rivington/ Stanton Streets Business Hours 1-8pm Tues- Sun
Hillary Flowers is well known in Manhattan for her fashion shows. She has produced shows in some of the most well know venues including Trump World Bar, Empire Hotel, Bryant Park Hotel, Dream Hotel.
We are excited to invite you to your neighborhood's new boutique Mac training shop!
Whether you just got your first iPad or you have been working with Final Cut Pro for years, our expert trainers will help you take it to the next level. Individual attention and support provided by your experienced trainer results in a much better learning experience than reading manuals or attending general classes. We are here to answer your questions and simplify your life. All sessions are $75 per hour. From syncing and word processing, to music recording and graphic design, select your topic here: www.howlounge.com.
Personalized training and help with your Mac.
91 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10012
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Destination Guide NYC is a travel resource written by local experts, containing spectacular photographs bringing life to the vast amount of information in the City. Stop by for tourism information, what to see, where to eat, places to sleep and all the information you need to make the most out of your visit.
SOHO DESIGN MAGAZINE
SOHODESIGN Magazine is the official publication
for the SoHoNYC Marketing Council.
Each issue provides an in-depth look at the movers and shakers of the area’s design scene, including artists, art galleries, furniture and design showrooms, interior designers, fashion designers
The magazine provides readers with current events and
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PROFESSIONAL BLACK BOOK
Professional BlackBook Network (PBN), is exclusive international social and business networking community that is not open to the public. PBN was founded by Beth A. Di Santo and Marcelo Rivero to connect business owners, executives, artists, professional advisors, entrepreneurs and socialites from around the world. hrough this website and our signature events, PBN is the perfect platform to expand your contacts, find and offer business leads, create personal relationships and gain access to and information about major events worldwide.
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ASK A NEW YORKER
Sure, New Yorkers are savvy, knowledgeable, sophisticated, opinionated and sexy. But you already knew that.
Yet they're surprisingly friendly, caring and generous, too.
And you don't have to visit New York to find out. This website is all the proof you need.
If you've got a question about New York City—anything at all—all you gotta do is ask!
You'll find out pretty quickly. There's nothing quite like New Yorkers.
So go ahead Ask A New Yorker at:
GEOFFREY STEVENS REALTY
We specialize in the residential market. When it comes time to buy a condo,coop, or townhouse call the experts in real estate. We will make your purchase comfortable and ease the entire process from negotiating to closing. Steve Hirsch, a licensed real estate broker has spent the last 30 years in the advertising and design business with his own agency
that has received numerous awards for creativity and design. If you are in the market to sell your
valuable real estate in Manhattan or Queens, we know how to market it to the largest possible
population. So trust your marketing to the pros and look to us when you are in the market to rent.
115 Charles street, NY NY 10014
Noble Desktop has been teaching courses in desktop
publishing and web design since 1991. We currently offer comprehensive day and evening classes in QuarkXPress,
Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Web Site Creation (featuring HTML and Adobe Dreamweaver), Adobe Flash, and Final Cut Pro.
New York, NY 10012
John Saladino is one of the World"s most distinguised and respected architectural and interior designers. Ofter referred to as the designers" designer, John Saladino timeless work continues his philosophy of mixing "old with the new" and appeals to both traditional and modern clients. His full maturity as an artist and a master of scale blends easily with his historical references, from the Villa of Mysteriess in Pompaii through Palladio and William Kent. His work is always layered with istorical knowledge, weather implicit or explicit.
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UPPER EAST SIDE
Our mission is to be the most useful local information source for Upper East Siders living and doing business in New York City, and those interested in traveling to Manhattan and visiting the Upper East Side. We are a hyperlocal company, focused on providing perspectives on local living, local business information and other interesting content for people interested in the Upper East Side.
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Our mission is to enable New York City's homeless men
and women to re-enter the workforce and achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency. We serve recovering homeless individuals with multiple barriers to employment, including substance abuse, criminal histories and psychiatric diagnoses. Our approach consists of two programs designed to combat the cycle of homelessness at its roots. We also involve the community through our local initiatives, the SoHo and TriBeCa Partnerships. As members of these Partnerships, our neighbors support our clients, who, in turn, clean the streets of SoHo and TriBeCa on a daily basis as part of their vocational training.
Our program thus simultaneously serves our clients, keeps these historic areas beautiful, and
fosters a sense of community.
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LA GUARDIA CORNER GARDEN
LaGuardia Corner Gardens is an award-winning community garden in the heart of NYC’s Greenwich Village. It is a place of natural beauty, where the visitor can find an oasis of calm in urban surroundings. During the growing season visitors can enjoy a dazzling display of daffodils, tulips, irises, peonies, roses, and other perennials, as well as shrubs and fruit trees.
The garden was created in 1981 by volunteers on a strip of barren land. It is maintained and supported by volunteer members.
Contributions to maintain and improve the garden are welcomed. To donate online, click:
THE DEATH OF LOMEX,
AND THE BIRTH OF SOHO:
Since the late 1940's, the specter of the proposed Lower Manhattan Expressway discouraged landlords from either tearing down or improving buildings in a 30-square block south of Houston Street. Built as one of the first industrial districts in the United States, tenants left the aging cast-iron buildings for more spacious and easily accessible facilities in the suburbs.
In 1973 twenty-six blocks of SoHo were designated as a New York City historic district. Its official name, SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, reflects the fact that the area has the highest concentration of cast iron architecture anywhere in the world. Over thirty years later, many of the buildings have been carefully restored, and the district is today one of the city’s most architecturally renowned neighborhoods.