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Mark Your Calendar: What’s Up In New York City – and Our World

New York, N.Y. The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness (website/Facebook), in cooperation with The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation (website/Facebook), Orphans International Worldwide (website/Facebook), and the New York Global Leaders Lions Club (Facebook), maintains this calendar of events for New York City. All events are open to the public for free/fee and take place in NYC unless otherwise noted. […]

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Finished your novel for NaNo, now what?

Each November, thousands of people around the world take part in National Novel Writing Month, where they write a 50,000-word novel over the span of the month. Yet many people have no idea what to do with the novel once they reach the end. The last thing they should be doing is closing the program, […]

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Mad About Art: Fountain House Gallery’s Big Night Out

New York, N.Y. Mad About Art, Fountain House Gallery’s annual art auction and benefit, recently drew nearly 400 attendees to the venue Metropolitan West. They convened in support of the Gallery, which provides an environment in which artists living with mental illness can pursue their creative visions, exhibit their work, and challenge the stigma that […]

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Veterans, First Responders Offered Free Pet Veterinary Services

Nesconset, N.Y. On December 6, 2018 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., Paws of War will be holding their new “Vets for “Vets” mobile veterinary clinic. Veterans and first responders in need are invited to bring their pets to the mobile clinic for care. The event will be held at the new Paws of War […]

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For Native Americans, Thanksgiving Can Be a Mixed Blessing

Washington, D.C.  Growing up, attorney Anita Shifflett celebrated Thanksgiving in the same way as most other Americans, by getting together with relatives to enjoy a hearty meal. “Thanksgiving meant family,” said Shifflett, a card-carrying member of the Native American Lumby tribe. “You had to go home for Thanksgiving. You had to go back to the […]

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Jewish and single? It’s all about the MATZOBALL powered by JSwipe!

For those who are Jewish and single, there’s only one place they will want to be this December 24, 2018 – at the MATZOBALL powered by JSwipe. The event, which will be held in cities around the country, is in its 32ndyear, and will be the bash that those looking to have fun and meet […]

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Life in the Fast Lane @ Alcatraz East Crime Museum

Every year people visit car shows, both near their home, and even states away. The country has a fascination with both old and new models, and car shows give auto enthusiasts a way to see a variety of vehicles all at one time. It also gives them the up-close “look under the hood” experience they […]

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Art Triumphant: Our Foundation’s Artist-in-Residence on Cuban Ballet

New York, N.Y. I first met the accomplished South African native Nan Melville about a decade ago through the Indo-American Arts Council where I was on the Board. Nan is a photographer and filmmaker extraordinaire, having won first prize in the Nikon Nissan International Travel Photography, among other photographic awards. Nan at National Ballet Pressrom 2016 Festival. Ever […]

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MyRegistry Revolutionizing the Wedding Registry Process

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5 Digital Diet Solutions for New Year Slimdown Success

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Ted Bundy Display Planned for 30-Year Execution Anniversary

Hundreds of German Shepherds Rescued from Georgia Puppy Mill

Mark Your Calendar: What’s Up In New York City – and Our World