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NEW YORK STATE OF MIND

NEW YORK STATE OF MIND
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NEW YORK STATE OF MIND: NEW YORK CITY is opening PHASE TWO on MONDAY JUNE 22,2020. I’m nervous and Ill tell you why. My daughter Teddy and I flew back to NYC on Sunday, and its been a very interesting on boarding. I thought NYC was going to be a dark and scary place, and it ended up being warm, sunny,and quiet. It felt more like a holiday weekend, then it did anything else. Yes,…

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How to Support Black Lives Matter and Bring Justice to George Floyd’s Death

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The time is now for making a change. There is something everyone can do, actions can be taken anywhere big or small, as long as we are moving forward. Here is a Town & Country article I found helpful that is a collection of social justice organizations we should all be supporting now. Black lives always matter. https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/money-and-power/g32730417/george-floyd-blm-how-to-donate-help/

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FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.

FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.
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Music Edition What was your first-ever concert? KKB: Prince in Rockford Illinois Your all-time favorite band? KKB:James Taylor / Coldplay. I grew up in Rockford, Illinois with Cheap Trick- love Surrender Your newly-discovered band is? KKB: Neil Frances ‘Music Sounds  Better with You.’  Billie Ellish and anything that Marc Ronson produces- especially  ‘Nothing Breaks like a Heart’ with Miley Cyrus What do you listen to, to hype you up? After a big closing, a book…

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Pandemic

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By Japanese doctors treating COVID-19 cases: Part 2 on COVID-19: from one who worked in Shenzhen Hospital (Guangdong Province)  1. A runny nose and sputum-common cold  2. Coronavirus pneumonia is a dry cough-no runny nose.  3. This virus is not heat-resistant-is killed by a temperature of 26/27 degrees. It hates the Sun.  4. If someone sneezes with it, it takes about 6 feet before it drops to the ground and is no longer airborne.  5….

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Real Estate Thursday: A Look at West Soho’s Most Exciting New Condominium – Greenwich West

Real Estate Thursday: A Look at West Soho’s Most Exciting New Condominium – Greenwich West
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Welcome to another very special Real Estate Thursday! Today we’re inside the sales gallery for new downtown residential building Greenwich West. Located at 110 Charlton Street, the condominium is situated in West Soho, at the nexus of Downtown Manhattan’s most popular neighborhoods – Soho, the West Village and Tribeca. 290 feet tall, Greenwich West is one of the tallest buildings in the area and provides unprecedented views of the Hudson River, New York Harbor and Statue…

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