When: Tuesday 11/25 @ 6PM
Where: Hue-Man Bookstore - 2319 Frederick Douglas Blvd. (btw. 124th & 125th Sts.)
Why: He's a living legend.
When: Wednesday 11/26 @ 10PM
Where: The Time Hotel - 224 W. 49th St. (btw. 8th & Broadway)
Why: This party is always fun. Plus you get to reunite with folks you haven't seen in months. Good times.
What: J.I. Group Annual Thanksgiving Party
When: Friday 11/28 @10PM
Where: Amalia - 204 W. 55th St.
Why: Dance off some of that turkey. It's gonna be a party ya'll...
Remember Leanne from Project Runway? These have layered booties are out of control.
The riding boot trend is still hot. Grab a of two-toned pair to get the most bang for your buck.
Rain BootHunter Originals - $125
These are classics!
Snow BootJuicy Couture Snow Flurry Quilted Wedge Boot - $195
Take on the element with a splash of color.
Classic, hip, and a little out of the box. Perfect for an everyday boot.
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How: Email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Wish Maker" in the subject line and include your: name and email address
When: To join the team, please email me by Wed. November 19th
WINTER WISHES PROGRAM
This holiday season, thousands of families in our city will not be able to afford holiday gifts for their children or themselves. But you can help.
New York Cares' Winter Wishes for Kids and Families program helps fulfill the holiday wishes of more than 31,000 disadvantaged New Yorkers. Through our program, children, teens, and families write letters to New York Cares requesting a gift that will make the holidays brighter. You can take one or more of these letters and buy the gift(s) requested. The item you buy may be the only gift that person receives this holiday season.Click HERE for more info.
When: Wed. November 12, 2008
Where: Lafayette Presbyterian Church (Fort Greene, Brooklyn)
Why: At a time of such greatness, it's time for a check up. What are you doing to contribute to the experience?
Beaded Applique Headwrap - $24
Elizabeth Cole Black Enamel Snake Head Ring - $325
See the full interview with the kids of Atlanta's Ron Clark Academy. Not only have they re-crafted a T.I. hit into a political YouTube sensation, but they also really know what's up! Love it!