Apr 28 2006 - 12:00pm
Apr 28 2006 - 1:00pm
Noon City Hall steps. Contact: Bridget Fisher, 212-788-6862 or 917-992-5901.
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Ceux qui aiment le plus le Brésil sont les Suisses qui d'ailleurs préfèrent même que le Brésil gagne la Coupe du Monde plutôt que leur propre équipe, qui pourtant est dans la compétition moyenne, les utilisateurs nike free run 2 pas cherd'Hattrick prévoient de passer entre 2 et 3 heures par jour à regarder la Coupe du Monde même si les utilisateurs du Mexique, de Pologne et d'Argentine réservent de 3 à 5 heures par jour pour regarder les matchs.
Le pitch : Le plus grand musée du monde vient d'accueillir de nouvelles expositions, et parmi elles, l'ancestrale tablette des pharaons aux pouvoirs portefeuille longchamp magiques. Désormais la nuit, toutes les animations du musée prennent vie y compris le maléfique pharaon Kahmunrah, et ses acolytes Al Capone, Ivan le Terrible et Napoléon (Alain Chabat).
Sen. Clinton & Rep. Crowley Protest Rising Oil Prices with Small Business Owners and Local Residents
Apr 28 2006 - 9:30am
Apr 28 2006 - 10:30am
9:30 a.m. T & S Amoco Station, 74-01 Grand Ave., Elmhurst. Contact: Rohit Mahajan, 202-489-8021, Jennifer Hanley, 212-688-9780.
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Sometimes the one way to make everyone angry is to take the most sensible position. Take Atlantic Yards. The arena would provide Brooklyn a real public benefit, and whatever one thinks about the adequacy of the percentage of “affordable” housing in the project, I defy anyone to find any developer who’s ever done any better. Yards opponents say they aren’t against an arena, they just think the Yards (easily accessible to half the City’s subway lines, as well as many bus transfer points), is an inferior location compared to putting an arena in the Brooklyn Navy Yard (a mass transit desert located in a flood zone). And they are all for development of the Yards (a deep hole in the ground, whose conversion costs have scared away nearly everyone), but just oppose any plan likely to be viable there. But the Yards plan’s opponents are fundamentally right that the Ratner plan proposed for development is just too damned big, and that the only response Yards plan supporters have given to questions concerning how we will evolve solutions to the seemingly insoluble problems the project presents is “if you build it, they will come”. Pardon my skepticism.
Eliot Spitzer Delivers a Policy Address Entitled “Protecting Our Children: A Different Kind of Corporate Responsibility”
Apr 28 2006 - 10:00am
Apr 28 2006 - 11:00am
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Christine Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org 212.529.2006 10:00 am The YMCA of Greater Buffalo – Delaware Family Branch 2564 Delaware Avenue Buffalo OPEN PRESS Media Note: Parking available on Delaware and Avery Avenues
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Apr 28 2006 - 1:00pm
Apr 28 2006 - 2:00pm
1 p.m. Baruch College, Newman Hall, 151 East 24th St., 7th floor. Contact: David Chauvin, 516-741-5315.
Apr 28 2006 - 11:30am
Apr 28 2006 - 12:30pm
11:30 a.m. 83rd and Roosevelt streets, Jackson Heights, Queens. Contact: Rohit Mahajan, 202-225-3965 or 202-489-8021.
Apr 28 2006 - 11:30am
Apr 28 2006 - 1:30pm
11:30 a.m. Mother AME Zion Church, 140-146 West 137th St., between 137th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, Manhattan. RSVP required; press check-in by 10 a.m.; Contact: Jennifer Dargan, 404-885-4638; 212-234-1544.
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As I campaign to become the Assemblyperson for Brooklyn’s 43rd district one of the first questions I am asked is, "Who are you with? Who is backing you?" Most of the time, I am being asked by a parent and he/she is asking this question in front of their child and as I ponder the answer to this question, I imagine what a child has to go through when he or she is in the school cafeteria and trying to make new friends. I contemplate the pressure he/she is under to find someone to be affiliated with in order to be accepted. I also realize that sub-consciously by asking this question in front of their child, the parent is instilling a sense of “needing to belong” in order to be successful. What if no one is backing me, what if I am not with anyone? Does that mean I am not just as capable of doing a great job? What about if that child told his peers in the cafeteria, “I am not with anyone?” Does this mean that that child would not be the greatest friend anyone can ever have?
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Kids love those little Valentine's candy conversation hearts available everywhere around Valentine's Day. Headphones buy Create a heart stacking contest, which is a lot of fun and can create some team spirit. Initially, each child will get many hearts.
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