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She completed the writing of her autobiography entitled "Life Without Limits" which was published in New York and launched in Atlanta, Georgia in May 2010. Ms. Maynard has started producing a web TV series entitled "Life Without Limits" which seeks to profile people whose lives seemingly have no limits. The first edition was filmed on location at the Almond Casuarina Hotel in Barbados and will be aired on Community T.V via our New York affiliate Caring About People Productions via Time Warner Studios in Staten Island New York which was one of her scheduled stops on her book signing tour (read more)


 

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“Immigrants are vital to New York State’s sustained economic growth,” said Jorge I. Montalvo, Director of the New York State Office for New Americans. “We encourage all New Americans interested in starting or expanding a small business to attend one of these seminars to gain the skills needed in the current economic climate.” (read more)


 

 


 

 

 

 

AS LOCAL EATERIES OFFER SAMPLES OF FAVORITE DISHES, BP ADAMS TO LAUNCH 2017 DINE IN BROOKLYN, HIGHLIGHTING LOCAL DEALS DURING UPCOMING BOROUGHWIDE RESTAURANT WEEK

                                                                             

11:00 AM

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST

BROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL – ROTUNDA

209 JORALEMON STREET

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Tomorrow at 11:00 AMBrooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will launch the 2017 edition of Dine In Brooklyn, the borough’s premiere restaurant week celebrating and promoting the local foodie culture, with tastings from a variety of local participating restaurants in the Rotunda of Brooklyn Borough Hall. Dine In Brooklyn will start on Monday, March 20th, continuing to Thursday, March 30th, with dozens of establishments offering three-course dinner menus at $28 per person, two-course lunch menus at $15 per person, and weekend brunch menus at $12 per person. Borough President Adams, joined by local business leaders such as Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Andrew Hoan as well as New York City Hospitality Alliance Executive Director Andrew Rigie, will speak about the contributions of Brooklyn’s restaurants to its vibrant culture and economy.

 

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Chance Encounter helps lead to victory for Jonesboro Ga City Councilman

I met Alfred Dixon III a couple of months prior to the special elections for Jonesboro City Councilman (Citywide) seat vacated by the death of the Honorable Councilman Wallace Norrington. The Special Election was held on November 8, 2016.


Mr. Dixon was canvassing the neighborhood and proceeded to cross the lawn to introduce himself to me. His initial demeanor appeared to be one of a person seeking a donation of sorts. Never judge a book by its cover. Upon engaging Mr. Dixon I realized he was running for City Councilman. I asked him why he was running. He began sharing his vision for what he wants to do with young people, seniors and entrepreneurs. Naturally I was very delighted to hear what he was planning. I said Mr. Dixon, Are you running to win or just to participate. He said I want to win. I said you don’t have much time, I can offer you two strategic strategies that would work quickly if you adhere to them. You must ask the constituency what they want, involve the youth and on the day of election mobilize your street team with customer service. I also said iron your shirt, pants and switch out your sneakers to a pair of black shoes cleanly polished. (READ MORE HERE)

 


 

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BP ADAMS STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR CUOMO’S PROPOSAL FOR TUITION-FREE COLLEGE EDUCATION

 

“For decades, New Yorkers have fought hard to close the inequality gap threatening to swallow thousands of families whole. We know, empirically and anecdotally, that access to higher education is one of the greatest roadblocks to economic opportunity in a job market that demands more than a high school diploma. Thousands of Brooklynites have crippling student debt weighing down their ability to invest in their futures, and the status quo is simply unsustainable if we hope to keep the middle class in our borough. (read more here)


 

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