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Sure, New York Is Ready For Bike-Share

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By Dan Bart | May 27, 2013 10:18 am

The Bloomberg’s Bike-Sharing Program, which is to begin with 6,000 bikes stationed across parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn, will face immediate scrutiny from residents, riders and elected officials whose love or hate for the endeavor seemed to intensify over the past year of delays. Bike-Kiosks have been defaced as it will always be since in’s in nature of the New Yoker to grudge ... MORE>>

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George McDonald for our new Mayor on New York

Mayor Michael Bloomberg doesn’t trust an outside police watchdog

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By Ann Tyller | April 11, 2013 1:18 pm

A The Quinnipiac University poll finds New York City voters overwhelmingly support a plan to put the New York Police Department under the scrutiny of the police inspector general. There used to be an office of the Censor in ancient Rome. Almost as esteemed as Consul’. Censor was an official, but he was above the law, he could do whatever he ... MORE>>

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NYC and a next step toward REAL POLICE STATE

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By Dan Bart | April 4, 2013 1:50 pm

Police surveylence may and will earn money for the city Do you like to be wached? A partnership government with the privet company is a nothing new. It's been done time and time again. So there is nothing unique public-private partnership that joined NYC police acumen with advanced computer algorithms. Someone may think that to make something safe and produce money at ... MORE>>

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NYC Mayor Bloomberg has joined the line of support presidential actions for gun control

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By Dan Bart | January 19, 2013 10:37 am

NYC Mayor Bloomberg has joined the line of support presidential actions. In a speech to the U.S. Conference of Mayors Bloomberg says that mayors remain on the front lines and deal with gun violence on a daily basis. President Obama is outlined executive actions that he can unilaterally take, according to Capitol Hill Democrats briefed on his plan. Alt these executive ... MORE>>

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George McDonald for our new Mayor on New York

George McDonald for our new Mayor on New York

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By Dan Bart | January 17, 2013 12:04 pm

"I'm running for mayor because I understand the power of a job. I know and have seen firsthand how hard work and personal responsibility can have a transformational effect on a person's life," said George McDonald, the founder and president of the Doe Fund. The announcement was made at Grand Central Terminal. Others could join the field. In December, Republican Joseph Lhota left his ... MORE>>

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At City Hall, Not Seeing Moderation in All Things.

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 6:03 pm

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg would have done well to follow his own advice about food and apply it to policing: everything in moderation. The mayor has caught grief on both fronts. Many people don’t like his plan to bring huge servings of sugary drinks down to saner levels. Many also disapprove of the ever-growing numbers of New Yorkers who are stopped, questioned and often frisked ... MORE>>

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Voters Like Teachers’ Public Ratings and Restaurant Grading, Polls Find

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 6:01 pm

Poll results released today find New York City voters broadly supporting two of the city’s rather controversial public-grading measures: effectiveness ratings for teachers and sanitary ratings for restaurants. In the poll on teacher ratings, School Book reports, 58 percent of voters approved of the release of teacher data reports, even though a plurality of voters found them flawed. On restaurant ratings, ... MORE>>

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On ‘Today,’ Mayor Defends Soda Ban (and Donut Day)

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

Forget Bloomberg vs. soda. On Friday morning, which Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg proclaimed NYC Donut Day, it was Bloomberg vs. Lauer. The “Today” show’s genial anchor, Matt Lauer, welcomed Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg onto the program on Friday with a sobering figure: 83 percent of voters in an online NBC poll concluded that the mayor’s proposed ban on large sodas would not help reduce obesity. Mr. ... MORE>>

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BREATHING is extremely important part of the FIVE TIBETAN RITES

BREATHING IS A CRUCIAL PART OF THE FIVE TIBETAN RITES

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THEME:   FIVE TIBETAN RITES, LIFE STYLE

By Serge K | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

I recommend doing the rites in the morning rather than the evening, because they do stoke your energy. Begin by practicing five to seven repetitions of each rite, and build up to 21 reps. All FIVE TIBETAN RITES exercise takes between 12 to 20 minutes depending upon your mood physical as well as mental. Morning is the best time to do FIVE ... MORE>>

Tire Tread Wear Index, Traction Index, Temperature Index

When to Buy Tires for Taxi

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THEME:   NYC, NYC Taxi

By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

When to buy tires for taxi What to watch When to Buy Tires for Taxi When to buy Tire for taxi - There is no specific requirement for taxi tires by NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) and you can always buy a used tire. Though selecting the right tires for your taxi cab is not specified by TLC but you have to ... MORE>>

Juilliard SCHNITTKE Homage to Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, and Dmitri Shostakovich for piano six-hands

Alfred Schnittke - 80th anniversary of his birthday

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THEME:   NYC, PHOTO

By SisiBroad | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

Chamber Concert FOCUS! 2014 : Alfred Schnittke's World Commemorating the 80th anniversary of the birth of Soviet-Russian composer Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) and his circle of composers. FOCUS! 2014 Presents "Alfred Schnittke's World," Six Free Concerts January 24 - 31, 2014 SCHNITTKE Homage to Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, and Dmitri Shostakovich for piano six-hands (1979) David Aladashvili, Peter Dugan, and Dan K. Kurland, pianists [caption id="attachment_2820" align="alignleft" width="580"] Juilliard ... MORE>>

A Google Glass Hysteria

A Google Glass Hysteria

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THEME:   LIFE STYLE, NATION

By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

There were at least couple of incidents last week when people wearing the Internet-enabled device detained by homeland security A man having a Google Glass was hauled out of an Ohio movie theater and interrogated for hours after being accused of illegally recording the movie. After several hours of interrogation by the homeland security ... MORE>>

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