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They say talk is cheap but when it comes to making a fortune both Jerry Springer and Steve Wilkos have perfected the art. When it comes to food though these two TV show hosts can most certainly get the bes,t and that’s why they eat at the Stamford branch of New York chef Giacomo Alaio ‘s… Read more »

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This might well be the Chevy of the future and while the eco -friendly specs might be right what about the look? General Motors’ goal for this electric vehicle is to be a connected, zero-emissions personal transportation car that addresses issues with traffic congestion, parking availability, air quality and affordability. At 1,100 pounds and less than… Read more »

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New moms need a rest and it took one savvy hotel executive to realize this.”mommymoon” is the creation of Lowes Hotel vice president of public relations Mrs.Lark Anton who decided on the novel idea after giving birth to her third child. “Who wants to be on vacation seven months pregnant when you can’t eat certain… Read more »

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What does it take to leave great New York restaurants and head for Stamford? Well according to Nicola Gabriele, the best food on the East Coast and the reputation of Giacomo Alaio. Nicola Gabriele has spent decades in Manhattan serving the stars. At the great Campagnola restaurant Nicola’s clients included Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, and… Read more »

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The Brit’s are not just coming but they have arrived on Crosby Street and in great style! The Crosby Street Hotel is not only worth a check out but a check in. Opened in September 2009, Crosby Street Hotel is part of First Firmdale Hotels, a group that is privately owned by husband and wife… Read more »

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Imagine getting a little bit of the Ocean sans seaweed in Mid-Town. Well now you can. The New York Health and Racquet Club,( NYHRC) currently has saltwater pools at three of its Manhattan locations at 50th Street, 76th Street, and 23rd Street, and swimmers say that the effects on the skin are amazing. In fact… Read more »

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Checking out of the Carlyle is never an easy experience but it was particularly emotional for Broadway actress Elaine Stritch who for the past decade has called the hotel home. Now she has finally checked out and with a grand exit. As soon as Stritch, 88, took her last elevator ride to the lobby, no less than 35 hotel employees were there to… Read more »

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If you have dreamed of taking the trip of a lifetime but don’t know where to go then Teresa Zirkel, founder of Zirkel The World has you covered. What’s more she even arranges New York evenings so you can plan your trip with people who have literally been there and done it. Additionally, if you… Read more »