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Celebrities in the Hamptons Sited at “Super Saturday” Garage Sale

Water Mill, N.Y.  Super Saturday aka The Rolls Royce of Garage Sales, Donna Karan’s brain-child to raise funds for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), took place for the 18th year in the Hampton hamlet of Water Mill, N.Y. this Saturday.  Celebrities from film, fashion and philanthropy came to support the charity, shop and have fun […]

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Hamptons Summer Birthday Party Get’s So Hot, Fire Department Comes

Southampton, N.Y.  I love parties especially birthday celebrations! This year, my friend, Daniela Zahradnikova attempted to surprise me with a July birthday celebration at her store, Space 16 in Southampton, New York. James Lipton and Sara Herbert-Galloway. Photo: Steve Mack/S.D. Mack Pictures. Ziggy and Cristina Fontanelli. Photo: Steve Mack/S.D. Mack Pictures. Sparks Fly at Surprise […]

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SAVVY TRAVELER and Hollywood’s Hottest Buckle Up to Take Flight on Social Media for Sick Kids

New York, N.Y.  Over recent years, 90,000 flights and over 50 million miles have been coordinated for sick kids by the nation’s leading nonprofit health and welfare flight organization Miracle Flights for Kids. Now, SAVVY TRAVELER joins forces with celebrities and women across the nation to raise awareness and funds for low income children in need of out-of-state medical […]

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Controversial Pittsburgh Police Chief Gives Thumbs-Up to Officer’s Protest Art

Pittsburgh, PA.  Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay said he’s proud of an officer’s courage to “speak difficult truths” through his artwork, which protests police brutality against unarmed black men, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. “The preservation of human life, all human lives, is the most foundational value in the policing profession. His statement against police misconduct […]

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Pope Francis Speaks Out Against Greed, Apologizes for Colonialism

La Paz, Bolivia. Pope Francis spoke out against corporate greed and apologized for colonialism in the Americas in a speech Thursday in a meeting of groups working for the unemployed, landless and impoverished. In a speech to the World Meeting of Popular Movements in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Pope Francis asked, “Do we realize that something […]

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Tibetans, Friends Celebrate Dalai Lama’s 80th Birthday Around World

Dharamsala, India.  The Dalai Lama turned 80 this week and Tibetans around the world celebrated the auspicious birthday. As the Tibetan spiritual leader visited New York to lecture on Buddhism,  Tibetans back in northern India where he lives in exile,  discussed what their spiritual leader means to them. Tibet House and the the Tibet Fund […]

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Episcopal Church Elects First Black Presiding Bishop

New York, N.Y.  The Episcopal Church General Convention Saturday elected Bishop Michael Curry to serve as the denomination’s new presiding bishop, making him the first African American to lead the 1.9-million-member church, the Associated Press reports. It was a landslide victory, according to AP. Curry earned 121 of 174 votes on the first ballot. None […]

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Iconic Norman Rockwell Exhibition to Open at U.N. Headquarters

New York, N.Y.  Part of an ongoing series of global events marking the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, a special exhibition is set to open at the world body’s New York Headquarters bringing together legendary artist Norman Rockwell’s original United Nations drawing, his Golden Rule painting, and a collection of work that reflects his […]

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