Home to a lot of major sporting events, New York has its fair share of horse racing events to attend and bet on. The big apple hosts both thoroughbred and harness racing events and has been putting on horse races since 1665. Some of the race tracks of this era have been rebuilt and are still operational. These race tracks have the same look and feel built but can now accommodate a lot more visitors. The New York racing and wagering have jurisdiction over all the races and facilities to ensure that they are legally compliant to the code and data of each establishment. [Read more…] about The Best Horse Racing Events in New York
Who wouldn’t love to experience a place where you can love and appreciate all things dogs? Your fall is about to get a lot more cuter thanks to a wonderful pop up starting in September called Human’s Best Friend. [Read more…] about Human’s Best Friend Pop Up Shop Celebrates All Things Dogs
When it comes to playing games, many people will have a genre that they love. In a way, that is what makes playing computer games so amazing. There is simply so much choice as to what sort of game you can enjoy that it stops you from ever getting bored. All you have to do is see what mood you are in and choose the type of game that will hit the spot. From sport games when you feel like getting that winning World Cup goal, to strategy games where you enjoy using your brain more, there is certainly a gaming genre for everyone. [Read more…] about How do the Different Gaming Genres Keep Players Entertained?
Nichole Galicia may be best known for her role as Sheba opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 acclaimed film Django Unchained, but it’s her role as mentor that has become most important to her. [Read more…] about Actress Nichole Galicia’s Successful Endeavor with The Orchid Foundation
Since the advent of the wholly online era, much has been said about how the digital transformation of all of our modes of communication has arguably driven a wedge between us, and made our relationships with one another more distant. Research conducted by Science Daily has suggested that rather than facilitating communication and strengthening relationships in the way that the big social media giants have promised, time spent on the internet among adolescents corresponds with a decline in communication with family members and an overall net decrease in friendships ranging from 20-80%. [Read more…] about The Importance of Eye Contact in the Digital Age
Michelle Smith, Co-Founder and Creative Director of the New York based women’s contemporary brand, MILLY, was named as the 2018 Strong Smart and Bold honoree for the Girls Inc. of New York City 2018 Spring Gala Luncheon. [Read more…] about Girls Inc. of New York City Honors MILLY’s Michelle Smith
The latest project to be headlined by the Tyler Robinson Foundation, an organization that’s sole mission is to help families suffering from pediatric cancer, is a highly ambitious cross-country tour. Simply titled Operation: Road Trip, the project will see members of the foundation driving along the east coast to a variety of hospitals where they will award hefty grants and share stories to affected families. While similar to a bike campaign that the foundation sponsored in 2015 (referred to as CanCo), this year’s road trip plans on taking it to a much higher level. [Read more…] about Inspiration is Key for The Tyler Robinson Foundation
The Plaza Hotel played host for the ASPCA’s 21st Annual Bergh Ball, with guests that included major stars like designer Isaac Mizrahi, Saturday Night Live star Cecily Strong and more.
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The conference is only a few months away and if you are a gaming fan, we are sure you would be interested to know more about it. Don’t worry, we have got all the information you need. [Read more…] about Games and Interactive Entertainment Conference to be hosted by NUIG in August
Earth Day Initiative, a non-profit that promotes environmental awareness and solutions through partnerships with schools, community organizations, businesses and governments, announced the expansion of its Do Just 1 Thing campaign leading up to the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020 with several community solar projects in NYC. The campaign aims to switch apartments, homes and offices to clean energy like wind and solar and will be featured at the Earth Day Initiative’s annual Earth Day events taking place from April 15th to the 22nd this month. Here’s why you should attend at least one. [Read more…] about Need to Know: All the Events Earth Day Initiative is Hosting This Month