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Fountain House Gallery Artists Make Magic at “Mad About Art”

New York, N.Y. Fountain House Gallery’s annual Mad About Art auction and benefit is an eagerly anticipated harbinger of the festive New York holiday season. This year’s­ splendid celebration, recently held at the venue Metropolitan West, attracted more than 400 guests who made merry as they supported the remarkable work of the Gallery, which provides […]

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This NYC Startup is Shaping the Next Generation of Young Leaders

New York, N.Y. What happens when you drop out of college to start your own company — and are looking to make an impact? Inspire college students, according to Isaac J. Kassin, 2012 Luce Leader and co-founder at Exeq. Isaac, who left school (though promises to return someday) after a short stint at NYU Stern, […]

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Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité: Immigrant Doctors in France Save Grand-maman

With Tony Abdel ghany. Provins, France. The entire world seems divided at year-end between the forces of love and hatred. Authoritarian regimes have reared their ugly heads across the planet. Le Pen and Trump have painted Muslims as evil on two continents. Yet, outside Paris, a good-news story emerges that shows love can in fact triumph […]

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A Chain of Kitchens Strictly for Dogs is Cooking Up Healthy Take-Out, Online Ordering

According to the Pet Food Institute, the commercially prepared pet food industry got its start in England in 1860. It then made its way to America around 1890, and it’s been evolving ever since. What goes into the food, how it’s prepared, and how it’s marketed have all seen changes over the years. Now, the […]

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Kick Start Your New Year’s Weight Loss and Fitness Goals with a Personal Trainer

Millions of people will be planning to lose weight and get healthy as the New Year rolls in. In fact, according to The Nielsen Company, staying healthy and losing weight have been the top New Year’s resolutions for the last couple of years in a row. Roughly 67% of adults in the country report planning […]

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Meet J. Luce Foundation Global Advisor Ben Paljor Chatag

New York, N.Y. Born in Lhasa, Tibet and raised in Northern India, Ben Paljor Chatag discovered his passion for painting at a very young age and decided to invest his time into mastering his craft. Ben shared, When I was younger, I recall drawing a lot with my father, especially when the electricity went off […]

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The Hermosa Inn Arizona a Unique Boutique Hideaway

Courtesy The Hermosa Inn

Nestled in the heart of Paradise Valley, Arizona—an exclusive Phoenix enclave that’s just minutes from bustling Scottsdale—lies a AAA Four Diamond boutique hideaway called Hermosa Inn. Originally the residence and studio of iconic cowboy artist Alonzo “Lon” Megargee, this one-of-a-kind boutique resort is the quintessential blend of modern luxury and authentic southwestern charm. Here you’ll […]

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Gotta-Get Extras for iPhone X

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With Streetinsider.com recently reporting that Apple sold an estimated 6 million iPhone X units this past Black Friday weekend alone, as calculated by an analyst with Rosenblatt Securities, and with untold millions more sure to sell throughout the holiday season, it’s clear the marketplace is embracing this new iPhone iteration. In fact, the analyst firm is so optimistic […]

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Epic ‘Something for Everyone’ Holiday Gift Guide

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Ah, holiday shopping—the time of year when we go toe-to-toe, elbow-to-elbow and sometimes nose-to-nose with other merry-makers seeking out the season’s latest and greatest giftables. While throngs resign themselves to the chaotic “mall crawl,” it seems the majority of holiday shoppers will forego the parking lot laments and long checkout lines in favor of e-commerce […]

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Review: NobleMotion Dance, Rovaco Dance Company, and NVA & Guests at the Dance Gallery Festival

New York, N.Y. Now in its 11th year, The Dance Gallery Festival gives NYC dance audiences a chance to catch the work of nearly two dozen choreographers in the course of a weekend. It was with some trepidation that I headed to the Ailey Citigroup Theater on November 4 to catch the “Level Up” performance, […]

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