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CAB A STAR

March 7, 2007

ONLY IN NEW YORK At a blink of an eye cab drivers can become anything you need them to be: A psychiatrist; a friend; heck, even a midwife! But all Ellsworth Forrester wants to be is a rising star. The Upper West Side has its own creative cabbie who has personalized the interior of his […]

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‘Wholy’ Crap- Whole Foods Hits the L.E.S.

March 2, 2007

Well well… look what’s hitting the Lower East Side in just a couple of weeks. Whole Foods, the upscale supermarket for organic eating enthusiasts in the newly gentrified neighborhood, has begun promoting its upcoming grand opening while teasing passers-by to “take a peek at what’s coming.” With the Avalon Bay Communities, Inc. monopoly which has […]

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HUDSON ON THE RISE

February 26, 2007

JENNIFER HUDSON GRABS OSCAR AND VOGUE COVER By KIMBERLY WATERS From the cold and windy streets of Chi town, to being a household name recognizable from American Idol, to landing the coveted role as “Effie” on the hit motion picture, Dreamgirls, to winning numerous awards and recognitions including a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild […]

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“GAME” CAUSES PROTEST

February 22, 2007

In the middle of a not so cold February day, New York University’s Young Republicans Club stirred controversy with its “Find the Illegal Immigrant” game. Club President Sarah Chambers says the game isn’t racist and that the club merely wants to spark a debate among students on illegal immigration. The rules of the game are […]

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BRITNEY GOES MAD

February 18, 2007

WHY BRITNEY? It’s official- Britney Spears has lost it- her head hair that is. Usmagazine.com broke the news Saturday when they reported that Spears committed the deed at Esther’s Hair Salon in Tarzana, California Friday night followed by a tattoo on her lower lip and another on her wrist. The article reads: Esther Tognozzi, owner […]

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RICOTTA RAVE

Sure most people like pizza. But have you ever had an obsession with a particular pizza? Neither did I… until now. Every few days or so I stop by Ray’s on Prince Street, and a couple of weeks ago I noticed one I had never tried before: Ricotta over mozzarella cheese and pepperoni. Sounds gross? […]

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REMEMBERING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

February 14, 2007

By JENNIFER VEGA Preoccupied with thoughts of lingerie and chocolate, consumers and businesses alike often neglect what seems to be February’s second most important celebration: Black History Month. As the V-Day infatuation comes to an end, Black History Month is allowed a bit more of the attention it deserves. Started in 1976 by the Association […]

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SHOP FOR LOVE

February 11, 2007

FORMER PROJECT RUNWAY CONTESTANT RUNS SAMPLE SALE The wonderful- or not so wonderful- day of Valentine’s is approaching and everywhere you turn there’s either an advertisement or commercial trying to sell you some lame bracelet or chocolate. But not Emmett McCarthy of Project Runway’s season two who is hooking up NoLiTa and SoHo locals with […]

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KATI STERN

February 8, 2007

With full backstage access, I had the privilege of meeting with designer Kati Stern right before her show at Bryant Park. As reporters (and bloggers) squeezed through the over-crowded hair and make up tent- not to mention carefully walking by burning hot combs and curling irons- Kati welcomed the anxious media folks with opened arms. […]

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