By Niki Cheng Niki Cheng is co-owner of BoConcept New York with her husband Shaokao Cheng. They started BoConcept New York in 2003. With an architecture and interior design background, she has funished many homes in New York City. She is the proud mother of a 7-year old girl and 4-year old boy. The Neutral…
By Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff
If you, as a parent, are planning to have your child go through the admissions process to gain acceptance into a highly-regarded public or ongoing private school, it is imperative that you support your child, but do not over coach them on how to act, or bribe them with presents!
Brooklyn Charter School – Brings Unique Mix of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Education to Assist Learning
By W. A. Muller
When looking for the perfect school for any child, it is important to look at those where all students can feel secure; recognize their potential; be respected regardless of race, religion or culture; and are encouraged to aim high and achieve. The Brooklyn Charter School (BCS) has been unreservedly committed to these principles since opening its doors to the Bedford-Stuyvesant community of Brooklyn in 2000.
You need only look at BCS’s successful record of transforming lives and outcomes for its students to understand what a truly remarkable school it is.
By Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff The New York City metropolitan area offers hundreds of excellent educational choices. Some of the oldest private schools in the country are located in your city. An amazing aspect of living in New York City is the opportunity afforded to parents who have the privilege to apply to a…
By Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff 1. Getting Organized One of the most important things you can be doing this summer to ensure a smooth admission season is to get organized! When September arrives you must schedule and attend tours and open houses, mail your applications, and attend the various playgroups/interviews. Why not set…
By Dr. Jo Webber, Founder and CEO of Oink When we look at the figures of consumer spending, credit and savings we often overlook the under 18’s and yet they represent a significant component of the US economy. The almost 40 million teenagers in the United States represent over $200 Bn of annual spending power…
By W. A. Muller Mother’s Day is the perfect day to spoil mom, here is a great selection of gifts of beauty and fashion for every kind of mom. NEW YORK IMAGE CONSULTANT Give mom the makeover of her dreams with New York Image Consultant. Co-Founder and CEO Amanda Sanders personally provides an array…
By W. A. Muller
Vacations are extremely effective in decreasing stress that can take heavy tolls on busy New Yorkers’ physical and mental health. However, with new airport security measures, having to deal with the stress of organizing chargers, makeup and cosmetic products and for some, the stress of traveling with an infant or small child, traveling can be more of a hassle than an opportunity for relaxation. This is why Devra Miller, President of Miamica, started the company after being frustrated with the lack of fashionable and affordable travel accessories in the market. Her background in writing inspired her to add funny, clever sayings to her designs, which have become the signature of the brand.
For more information on Miamica visit miamica.com.
By Isaiah Negron
Frank DiCocco was a highly respected 29-year-old high school football coach who turned down a position at Yale to work with inner city teenagers that needed encouragement and guidance both on and off the field. In 2010, he wrote “Playbook for Manhood,” an instructional guide to help young men develop the positive characteristics of manhood. In 2011, he created “The REAL Man Program,” a character-education curriculum for coaches and teachers to use to instill in their players and students respect, integrity, courage and honor.
By Dr. Jo Webber, Founder and CEO of Oink
Let’s start from the beginning – what is a Bitcoin? Bitcoin is an open source, peer-to-peer payment network and digital currency introduced in 2009. Okay, so that’s clear! Probably the easiest way to understand it is to look at a recent deal. In December, a Florida man purchased a slightly used Tesla car using 91.4 Bitcoins. One day later, the dealership successfully cashed out 91.4 bitcoins using BitPay, an electronic payment processing system, in exchange for more than $100,000, which was what the customer had agreed to pay for the car.