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Dornbracht $35,000 Horizontal shower is on display at the Javits Center. It's what we want to do after a tough day lie down in a warm shower. The world's first digital horizontal shower for home use--priced for big spenders at $35,000--is on display
Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Program has been cut in the past, but its cut a year ago has hit advocates for the gifted especially hard: They say they don't understand why the program has lost support at the same time the
The ASI Show In New York will be providing an exciting environment for distributors, franchises, travel industries and more to network and conduct business May 8th through May 10th. (TRAVPR.COM) <
A Baltimore Catholic high school said it will name its community center after comedian-actor Bill Cosby and his wife Camille, the school's largest donors...Frances Academy, which serves 162 mostly low-income students, The Baltimore Sun reported
Vast forests have lost their trees in service of books, magazine pieces and dissertations dedicated to chronicling Washington's dysfunctional political culture...Continue Reading Instead of lamenting the present gridlock in the capital, Shapiro, a
The New York International Automobile Show is looking for budding shutterbugs to send in their best automobile photographs for the chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to visit the Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan .
Grace Episcopal Church is consecrated at Broadway and 10th Street...The New York Philharmonic performs its 10,000th concert, making it the longest-running symphony orchestra in the world...Broadway goes dark when unions representing actors and
The fashion trade shows of Moda Manhattan, AccessoriesTheShow Pavilion, and Fame are showcasing over 900 fashion brands at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center for buyers from almost every state and more than 44 countries. The event, which opened on
summary+' It's been a long time coming, but the latest exclusive NY1-Marist College poll finds a majority of New Yorkers are finally feeling optimistic about the future of their state, and they give high marks to Governor Andrew Cuomo as well.
Part of architecture's appeal, at least to architects, is posterity: the notion that what they design will last...Fowle this month when he learned that a building he was renovating is already on death row. Benjamin Norman for The New York Times