Calendar Saturday, September 8, 2018, 12:05 a.m. Share this story ^Arts & Exhibits TODAY, Sept. 8 ADVERTISING HI CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center/HMOCA When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesdays-Saturdays, through Sept. 28 Details: Over 25 artists are participating in this dynamic and diverse group exhibition with works from invited artist, Darrell Orwig. The juror for the show is Henry Bianchini. Visit us 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Tuesday-Saturday. Contact: Monique Ortiz, [email protected], 961-5711 WEDNESDAY, Sept. 12 VOLCANO! STORYTELLING WITH FINE ART DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY Where: Hilo Senior Center, 127 Kamana St., Hilo When: 7 p.m., Wednesday Details: The Hilo Photography Club welcomes long-time Puna resident and professional photographer Harry Durgin. Durgin will describe with narrative and images, his efforts to reveal the drama and tragedies of the latest Kilauea eruption that impacted Big Island’s Puna district. Utilizing precision … [Read more...] about Calendar for September 8
Unique valentines day gifts for him
By SLOANE CROSLEY JUNE 7, 2018 Part of our New York Issue: love in a single Saturday in New York. Love City The Hearts of New York Editor’s Letter 1:04 AM Clinton Hill 1:52 AM East Village 2:08 AM Sunset Park 2:17 AM Staten Island 3:30 AM Mount Eden 4:56 AM Times Square 5:15 AM Astoria 7:02 AM Kips Bay 8:28 AM Bed-Stuy 10:02 AM Central Park 12:10 PM Nomad 1:04 PM U.W.S. 2:42 PM Chelsea 2:42 PM Richmond Hill 3:10 PM South Brooklyn 3:25 PM East Elmhurst 4:22 PM Bed-Stuy 5:20 PM Gramercy Park 5:31 PM Rikers 6:16 PM Red Hook 7:54 PM Richmond Hill 8:37 PM Bed-Stuy 9:21 PM Flatiron 9:25 PM Bronx Center 11:27 PM Bushwick Love Lost What Kind of New Yorker Gets Up Early for a Royal Wedding? Text by Sloane Crosley Photographs by Dolly Faibyshev JUNE 7, 2018 There is very little America needs to know … [Read more...] about What Kind of New Yorker Gets Up Early for a Royal Wedding?
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The 56th Women of Achievement Luncheon, held Thursday, April 19 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bloomfield, was a celebration of can-do volunteerism but also, in part, a call to action. On a damp and chilly day that had 700 people in attendance longing for the season of rebirth to finally kick in, it was the strength and determination of six honorees, and the irrepressible human spirit of some of the guest speakers and performers that had those in the audience feeling uplifted. The luncheon spoke of a chance to make change not only as individuals but as members of the human race. The event is sponsored by the Staten Island Advance and silive.com, and hosted by the newspaper's publisher Caroline Harrison, who noted that the day would "celebrate six fabulous women." Highlights from the Staten Island Advance Women of Achievement 2018 The Class of 2018 includes: Patricia Monahan of Prince's Bay; Josephine Marino of Great Kills; Margaret Grandstaff of … [Read more...] about 6 honored at Women of Achievement luncheon, plus a call for change and commitment
BREAKING -- White House Correspondents’ Association ? announces: “Joel McHale, star of the NBC series ‘Community,’ will be the entertainer at the association’s Centennial dinner on Saturday, May 3 … ‘We’re thrilled that Joel will headline the dinner when we celebrate our centennial,’ said WHCA President Steven Thomma. ‘He’s sharp, funny, and just the type of comic who can navigate the unique challenge of our dinner, making fun of Democrats, Republicans and especially the news media. Washington can use a little good-natured ribbing.’ McHale is a star of the NBC series Community, now in its fifth season. He also satirizes pop culture and current events as the host of E!’s ‘The Soup.’ He’s appeared in movies, and recently finished work on the forthcoming thriller ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. “Founded in 1914 to represent the White House press corps, … [Read more...] about VALENTINE’S DAY / DIG-OUT DAY — JOEL McHALE is WHCA headliner — OBAMA’S $1 BILLION CLIMATE MOVE — HOUSE GOP: ‘An America That Works’ — JESSE FERGUSON promoted — CARL BERNSTEIN is 70
Hotness isn't the only Valentine's Day tradition at Vita.mn. Every February is also my chance to tell you what you might be doing wrong to celebrate this official lovers' holiday, and how to start doing it right. Here are some dos and don'ts I've gathered over the past year, to help romantics who may (or may not) have the best of intentions but utterly lack in gift-giving grace. Don't: Give handmade coupons good for a massage or an hour of housecleaning. If you're the type of person who finds this a passable gift, then you're probably the type of person who will never make good on that little paper promise. Domestic coupons are what 8-year-olds give to their parents on Mother's and Father's Day. Do: Pony up and buy a real gift certificate for a massage or housecleaning service. If you think your lover really needs a break but you're a little strapped for cash, watch sites like Groupon and LivingSocial for deals that would appeal to him or her. Don't: Send an Edible Arrangement. This is … [Read more...] about Alexis on the Sexes: Gifts of love