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NYC Launches "My Vaccine Record", An Online Portal to Immunization Records
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NYC Launches “My Vaccine Record”, An Online Portal to Immunization Records

The NYC Health Department, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, and the Human Resources Administration announced that parents, guardians, and other individuals with IDNYC cards can go online to My Vaccine Record to access their own or their children’s official immunization records from the Citywide Immunization Registry. Previously, immunization records were accessible to healthcare providers […]

PBS Honors Extraordinary Achievements and Explores Important Conversations as Part of Black History Month Programming
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PBS Honors Extraordinary Achievements and Explores Important Conversations as Part of Black History Month Programming

To honor Black History Month, and as part of its commitment to celebrate the diversity of America year-round, PBS kicks off a new year with documentaries and specials that highlight the African-American experience through content on-air on PBS member stations and online through the PBS Black Culture Connection. New offerings include programs that reflect on […]

Machiavelli Features an Authentic Northern Italian Experience on the Upper West Side
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Machiavelli Features an Authentic Northern Italian Experience on the Upper West Side

Machiavelli is a restaurant that transports you from the bustling streets of New York City to Florence, Italy. It is a vision of owner Nathalie De La Fontaine, whose passion and inspiration derive from the extensive time she spent immersing herself in Northern Italy throughout the years, and her combined experience as manager and owner […]

Seton Hall Law Offers New Weekend JD Program
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Seton Hall Law Offers New Weekend JD Program

Seton Hall University School of Law has announced an innovative weekend JD program to make law school more accessible to working professionals. The weekend program, the only one of its kind in the New York metropolitan area and one of only a few nationwide, offers classes at the Law School’s Newark campus on alternate weekends […]

NYC Restaurant Week ®  Winter Reservations Now Open
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NYC Restaurant Week ® Winter Reservations Now Open

Reservations are now open for NYC Restaurant Week® winter 2017, taking place January 23 through February 10, 2017. New Yorkers and visitors are encouraged to book now to receive great deals at more than 375 participating restaurants in 41 neighborhoods across the City. Diners can enjoy three-course prix-fixe lunches for $29 and three-course prix-fixe dinners […]

Big Sean Announces "I Decided" Tour Presented by Live Nation
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Big Sean Announces “I Decided” Tour Presented by Live Nation

Multi-platinum and Grammy®-nominated artist Big Sean will launch the I DECIDED. Tour in support of his highly anticipated new album I DECIDED. (G.O.O.D. Music / Def Jam Recordings). The U.S. tour, presented exclusively by Live Nation, will kick off Friday, March 17 in Houston, and visit over 20 cities, with multiple shows in Boston and […]

Tickets on Sale For NYC Broadway Week
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Tickets on Sale For NYC Broadway Week

NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, has announced that tickets are on sale for NYC Broadway WeekSM and the first-ever NYC Attractions WeekSM, both of which offer a two-for-one ticket deal. New Yorkers and visitors who take advantage of these programs will receive discounts when seeing a live Broadway performance or visiting a classic NYC attraction January […]

"A Song For Coretta" - A Staged Reading at The African American Museum Of Nassau County
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“A Song For Coretta” – A Staged Reading at The African American Museum Of Nassau County

The Living History Theater Group commemorates Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and celebrates his Queen on the MLK holiday weekend with a staged reading of noted author / playwright Pearl Cleage’s 2007 work “A Song for Coretta” on Saturday, January 14 at the African American Museum of Nassau County (110 North Franklin Street) in […]

MLK Weekend at the Children's Museum of Manhattan
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MLK Weekend at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan

  Beginning Saturday, Jan. 14, and running through Monday, Jan, 16, there will be series of special programming at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan including a Martin’s Mosaic Installation and a Historic Heroines: Coretta Scott King activity. Children of all ages will be to craft a mosaic of Dr. King’s portrait for the Mosaic Installation and also […]

Put Some Spring into Your Strands with RG Cosmetics
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Put Some Spring into Your Strands with RG Cosmetics

Winter’s harsh climate is notorious for leaving hair dull and dry. Revive your precious locks with RG Cosmetics, the ultimate haircare line to repair, treat and fight the damage that comes with the brutal elements of the cold weather months. RG Cosmetics offers shampoos, conditioners, and other luxurious hair treatments that are designed to combat […]

Checklist For Tax Identity Security
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Checklist For Tax Identity Security

Tax identity theft is a billion-dollar business. In 2013, the IRS identified 5.1 million fraudulent returns and paid more than $5.8 billion in fraudulent refunds. Unfortunately, it’s a relatively easy crime to commit. All the information a criminal typically needs to file a fraudulent tax return is a person’s name, date of birth and Social Security number. They […]

Reminder from Legislator Kevan Abrahams to Nassau County Homeowners: STAR Program Application Deadline Approaches
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Reminder from Legislator Kevan Abrahams to Nassau County Homeowners: STAR Program Application Deadline Approaches

Nassau County Legislator Kevan Abrahams would like to remind all homeowners that the STAR program application deadline is January 2, 2017. The New York State School Tax Relief (STAR) program is a school tax deduction offered to New York State homeowners to help lower school districts property tax. There are two types of the exemption […]

Sesame Street: K is for Kindness Tour Comes to Roosevelt Field January 7th
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Sesame Street: K is for Kindness Tour Comes to Roosevelt Field January 7th

HBO and Sesame Workshop—in partnership with local public television stations—announced the launch of the Sesame Street: K is for Kindness Tour, a free, multi-city experiential tour timed to and inspired by the new, 47th season of Sesame Street, the gold standard in children’s television. Created especially for preschool fans and their families, this immersive, limited-engagement […]

Comprehensive Resource Educates Workers About Their Legal Rights in the Workplace
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Comprehensive Resource Educates Workers About Their Legal Rights in the Workplace

Following the U.S. election on November 8, hundreds of individuals have reported incidents of harassment and discrimination on the basis of race, ethnic origin, religion, and other legally protected categories. Workplace Fairness, the web’s leading source for information on legal rights in the workplace, is an organization that can help those who have been singled […]