Tuesday, January 26, 2010
I just located this incredible deal. Happy Shopping!!!!
Posted by Me... at 7:14 PM
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
LION KING, Les Miserables, FELA and RENT, just to name a few, have and continue to make a splash in the theater circuit. However, to purchase a ticket to see one of these glorious shows is expensive!!!
I just learned of a trick that a co-worker shared with me.
Simply go online and enter "discount code for NYC Broadway tickets" and a list of websites and codes appear.
Also, click on http://www.iconparkingsystems.com/ and on the right of the site is the icon $10 parking theater parking coupon. In addition, this site pinpoints garages that offer discounted parking throughout NYC.
So, select a show, find a discount and enjoy an evening on Broadway.
Talking all that Jazz......
Posted by Me... at 2:37 PM
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Over the weekend, my heart fell as I learned that a friend's sister, is amounts the missing, in Haiti. Pascale and her two sibling , one went to Haiti days before the earthquake, are the owners of the beloved, Kombit restaurant, located on Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY.
I met Pascale years ago as she was a co-worker of my best friend Lori and we immediately became friends. After, I learned that she became a restaurant owner, I frequented the eatery which always served up spectacular dishes. It was at Kombit, that I learned of the Haitian Independence Day, which is celebrated on Jan 1, and sampled their infamous pumpkin soup.
Posted by Me... at 5:24 PM
I was searching the internet for highend infant girls clothing and stumbled onto the Saks online Just Kids sale. Designers such as Burberry, Chloe, D&G, and Juicy Couture, to name a few, are among the big eye catchers...
Posted by Me... at 4:45 PM
Monday, January 18, 2010
Do you have the winter blues????
Why not take a short vacation within the US or outside?
Visit my travel site, http://www.ytbtravel.com/kdeville
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was a minister, father, educator, peaceful, resourceful along with being a civil rights leader, who's, life was shortened. Yet, in a short span of time, he made a remarkable change in America.
On Monday, January 18, 2010, is the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr national holiday and many events are planned. Here is a list of events spinning around the New York City area:
Brooklyn Academy of Music annual event
24th Annual Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Danny Glover anchors this year’s celebration: In addition to a speech by theLethal Weaponactor, the event includes performances by Brooklyn’s New Life Tabernacle Mass Choir and beat-boxer Kenny Muhammad. Plus, catch a screening of the documentarySoundtrack for a Revolution, about the music that drove the civil-rights movement.FREE BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, 30 Lafayette Ave between Ashland Pl and St. Felix St, Fort Greene, Brooklyn (718-636-4100,bam.org). Mon 18 at 10:30am.
MLK 2010 Facility Award Reception
The New York University Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award is presented to recognize faculty members who exemplify the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. through their positive impact within the classroom and the greater New York University community. We recognize and honor these faculty awardeesfor their scholarship, social or political activities that serve as inspiration for students to dream! Offered as part of MLK Week at NYU, and sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs.
Martin Luther King Day Celebration featuring Harlem's Gospel Choir @ BB King's
York College Community Commemorative Quilt Committee 11th Annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King and Art and Quilt Exhibit.
Posted by Me... at 6:28 PM
Monday, January 11, 2010
Don't have dental healthcare??? No problem!!!!
I located this mention on the NY1 Community calendar center,while searching for something to do this weekend!!!
Get a free cleaning on Friday, Jan 15 from 12pm to 7pm at Park Dental Center located in Park Slope,Brooklyn.
Posted by Me... at 3:56 PM
Are you running out of beauty supplies?
Do you need to add beauty supplies for a different climate? (Jan 2010 to April 2010 is winter for NYC)
Right now,according to drugstore.com website, this company is offering 50% off beauty sale on such name brands as Go Smiley, Zeno, Nuxe and Decleor to name a few brands.
Also, they are offering free samples of various items. One item in particular that caught my attendion is a small sample of USHER's new cologne.
Posted by Me... at 2:55 PM
Monday, January 4, 2010
Over the weekend, a good friend of mine called me to sadly mention that " The Pink Tea Cup restaurant, located in the West Village of NYC, is closing on Sunday, January 2, forever. I am dramatic, so I gasped for air. My mind immediately flipped back to nearly twenty years ago, to a distant memory, I had nearly forgotten. It was the year 1993 and my now ex (who is happy married) (I am in a wonderful relationship to my soul mate) wanted to take me to a restaurant, that he considered to be quaint, stylish and served some "slamming southern food". He scooped me from work, gave me a kiss and off we ran to The Pink Tea Cup. We arrived at this tiny eatery with foggy windows. But once I entered this place, a warm feeling fell over me and my nostrils began to flare caused by the sweet aroma of mac and cheese, collards and ribs. Oh wee... I had the golden fried whiting fish, sweet potato salad and spicy collards followed with bread pudding. That was the closest to a home cooked southern meal, I have ever experienced at an eatery!!!
Then my mind snapped back to the present and I was very sad. So, I jumped on my computer and located this article on the Village Voice blog " The Pink Tea Cup Closes..... But Owner Plans To Reopen Nearby" by Roy Edroso. I am so relieved and will probably see you at The New Pink Tea Cup upon it's reopening....
Posted by Me... at 5:15 PM