David Rockwell And Cindy Allen Editor-In-Chief Interior Design Magazine
Amy Lau With Giulio Capua Of Architectural Digest
Mallory Andrews With Susan Homan
Joyce And Maya Romanoff
Maya Romanoff celebrated 40 years of design innovation last night at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York City, co-hosted by Architectural Digest Magazine. The evening embraced tie-dye, the original inspiration that lead to the creation of Chicago’s Maya Romanoff textile and wall covering company in1969. In the midst of the official unveiling and celebration were over 400 guests and designers including David Rockwell, who designed this year’s Oscars stage, Publisher of Architectural Digest Giulio Capua, Editor-in-Chief of Interior Design Magazine Cindy Allen, Marjorie Tiven, sister to Mayor Bloomberg, Commissioner of the New Yor…
After the successful debut at Sotheby’s, MvVO ART, creator of AD ART SHOW, is bringing contemporary art to the streets of New York on 140 LinkNYC digital displays in key New York neighborhoods and to the monumental screens at the Oculus at the Westfield World Trade Center, a major art, culture and retail destination in the new design district in Manhattan.
The groundbreaking AD ART SHOW 2019 launched with a cocktail reception at 3 World Trade Center, presenting the Show’s First Prize Winner Gavin Benjamin and the two runners up, Kito Mbiango and Hyun Jung Ji. All three winners will receive a curatorial session with Art Professionals and the first prize winner receives a creative immersion with the creative and production teams within creative partnerships at NBCUniversal.
The event featured VIP attendees Maria van Vlodrop (Founder, MvVO Art & Ad Art Show), David Sable (WPP Executive & Chairman VMLY&R), Linda Yaccarino (Chairman, NBC Universal), Charles Delana (EVP Global …
****THE GLORIOUS CORNER Story By: G. H. HARDING**** Shannon Say It Ain’t So --- After many successful years together with Todd Pettengill hosting Scott & Todd in the Morning on WPLJ/New York, Scott Shannon announced on the air this morning that he is retiring from WPLJ after 22 years at the station. Pettengill will continue as the host of The Todd Show during the same 6 AM-10 AM time slot. “Of course I’ll miss being a part of the morning show here on PLJ and I might even pop back in from time to time and try to get Todd to play a Rascals song or two,” Shannon said. "Scott and I had an amazing run and I'll miss our mornings together and cherish the memories we made. I'm also very excited about the opportunity ahead with a very talented group of people that I know our listeners are going to love," Pettengill said. Shannon, who I’ve known for years and is unquestionably the real deal in every way, is just a force of nature. His talents, intelligence and encyclopedia-know…
Superstar Leonardo Dicaprio is regretting not introducing himself to River Phoenix at a Halloween party, because hours later, Phoenix lost his life outside a Los Angeles California nightclub. DiCaprio was at the beginning of his Hollywood career when he spied his longtime hero Phoenix was at a party on Halloween night. The up and coming star, who was 18 at the time, was desperate to corner his idol for a chat but didn’t have time to approach Phoenix before he left the bash. And DiCaprio will always remember the missed opportunity, because 23-year-old Phoenix collapsed and died from a drug overdose outside the Viper Room a few hours later. He tells Esquire magazine, "When I was eighteen, River Phoenix was far and away my hero. Think of all those early great performances - My Own Private Idaho, Stand by Me. I always wanted to meet him. One night, I was at this Halloween party, and he passed me. He was beyond pale - he looked white. Before I got a chance to say hello, …
James Edstrom On NBC About Macy's Fireworks Abuse GOOD RIDDANCE ! We are jumping for joy here in Hunters Point South now that Macy's will not be here this year. Every year they come into our neighborhood and abuse us. They lock us up like animals, they take away our freedom while they celebrate freedom. They ignore residents e mails asking for some kind of kindness from this corporate monster. They fight with us about everything and take everything and leave us with a empty holiday.
We go on TV to complain, they do nothing but pass the buck around and every year we end up locked up like caged animals in our building. They blame Homeland Security, Homeland security blames Macy's and every year it is the same, locked up like caged animals. Our pets are terrified with all the fireworks blowing up, our air is polluted and they leave a mess that we have to deal with. Macy's entertains their employees, their best customers, their buyers and we are left footing the bill by ou…
Sighting January 2019 - Celebrity philanthropist Jean Shafiroff spotted in CanCun.
Celebrity philanthropist Jean Shafiroff was spotted walking on the beach in CanCun. It is rumored that she was there with a group of graduates from the John F. Kennedy School of Government Studies at Harvard University. Included in the group were friends Ana and Scott Stone and former Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
Chase calls cops on Mayor Richard Thomas while professionally and peacefully Inquiring about MV City's Signature Account.
Today Mayor Richard Thomas discussed how staff at JP Morgan Chase summoned the police on him, his staff member, and a Mount Vernon Police detective as the Mayor sought to deposit a six figure check and access to the City’s online banking records.
A Chase employee called the police on Wednesday, April 25, after Mayor Thomas was invited into a conference room and after Mayor Thomas had introduced the two people with him, including the police detective.
The response by the White Plains Police Department was resolved amicably after one of the responding officers recognized the Mount Vernon Police detective.
Mayor Thomas believes that race certainly played a role in the Chase employees calling the police. The two staffers who accompanied Mayor Thomas are black and Hispanic.
“As a Mayor and as a young, well-educated black man living during this turbulent time in soc…
Tadashi Shoji, a leading designer of elegant dresses, along with bridal, accessories, shapewear, intimates, kids fashion and fragrance will again partner with the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) in support of World Cancer Day on February 4, 2019. This marks the 5TH year of Tadashi Shoji’s participation in the SWCRF Pay It Forward fundraising campaign.
To help raise funds for such a worthy cause, Tadashi Shoji has created an exclusive credit card holder in support of SWCRF. This credit card holder’s purple exterior pays tribute to the World Cancer Day’s universally recognized color palette.
“It is an honor to continue an ongoing partnership with the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. Finding a cure for cancer is something I hold dear to my heart. Their dedication to cancer research has made them pioneers to eliminating the disease. This year, I will stand proudly with SWCRF and support World Cancer Day by donating 20% of the total amount raised from the purchas…
Upper East Side hotspot T-Bar Steak & Lounge, which has been warmly embraced by New Yorkers since it first opened its doors in 2007, is noted for its perfect execution of classic dishes. The restaurant’s Executive Chef Ben Zwicker, previously of the Four Seasons, Aureole and Petrossian, makes T-Bar’s classic steakhouse fare relevant and exciting, while also putting his unique twist onto other classic dishes.
Owned by veteran restaurateur Tony Fortuna, T-Bar is a well-loved mainstay, still buzzing with its loyal following night after night. Fortuna says there is no magic formula to achieve this sort of long-running success. “I think guests trust our kitchen and love our relaxed but vibrant atmosphere.”
Diners are able to begin a meal at T-Bar with its unique spin on chicken wings Angel Chicken Wings with a Tamarind Glaze, or enjoy its classic take on Guacamole to split with the table. T-Bar also redefines the classic Kale Salad by including apple and sesame into it while drizzling…
Robert and Francesca Agostinelli welcome their second baby girl, the beautiful 7.1 pound Altea. She becomes the younger sister of Angelica Agostinelli, born two years ago.
Robert Agostinelli is an Italian American self made billionaire and financier who is the Chairman and Co-Founder of the successful private equity firm Rhône Group.
Additionally, Robert is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a former Vice-Chairman of the Council for the United States and Italy, a director and advisor to many US and European philanthropic and civic institutions… and a friend of such world leaders as former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar. He's also a senior member of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and chairs the annual National Memorial Day Parade in Washington DC.
Francesca Agostinelli is an Italian businesswoman, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She is a commercial and residential real estate advisor both in America and Eur…