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Sneaker hub HypeClub to open brick-and-mortar location in SoHo

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first_img kushner companiesRetailsohoSoho retail Tags Share via Shortlink While pricing details for the deal weren’t made available, average retail rents in the area ranged from $332 to $571 per square foot in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to a report by CBRE.ADVERTISEMENTMax Swerdloff of RAE Leasing represented Kushner, while Fritz Kemerling of Atlantic Retail represented the tenant. Nicole Kushner Meyer, a principal at Kushner Companies, told the publication that the store will “breathe life into the neighborhood and these historic properties.” The landlord recently signed a deal with Major Food Group for a new restaurant across the street in the Puck Building.[CO] — Sasha JonesContact Sasha Jones Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Email Address* Full Name* 285 Lafayette Street (Kushner, HypeClub, iStock)HypeClub is opening its first brick-and-mortar location in SoHo.The online sneaker marketplace signed a lease for 2,900 square feet at Kushner Companies’ 285 Lafayette Street, according to the Commercial Observer. The storefront will include 900 square feet on the ground floor and 2,000 square feet a lower level.The store, where users of HypeClub can buy and sell shoes, will open early next month, according to the report.Read morePaul Stuart sweeps up new lease on Broome Streethttps://therealdeal.com/2020/03/06/pacsun-takes-retail-space-in-soho-for-nyc-debut/Opening Ceremony is the latest Soho retailer to close Message*last_img read more

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Miss England finalist

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first_imgPip Stewart, an historian of Queens College, is the first Oxford student to get through to the Miss England finals. The competition is an annual event searching for England’s strongest candidate for Miss World. Stewart achieved 12th place having won the regional round for Miss Cheltenham and Gloucester. Stewart commended the support she received from her college, “Our JCR president was awesome because she e-mailed around college and asked people to vote.” Stewart has high hopes for a future Miss England from Oxford as she believes “[the organisation is] trying to make the image less about ditzy blondes and more about personality and charisma.” When asked why she chose to enter the competition she said it was “quite a fun thing to do during the holidays”.ARCHIVE: 0th week MT 2005last_img read more

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O.C. Ecumenical Council Gives Thanks

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first_imgDottie Cianci, coordinator of the Ecumenical Council’s Food Cupboard, and Dave Carter, former president of the Ocean City Board of Realtors, inspect donated items during a food drive. By MADDY VITALEThere is a room tucked inside St. Peter’s United Methodist Church that is often filled with food donated by the public.The room is used by the Ocean City Ecumenical Council, an association of local churches that helps families in need.Each year, the Ecumenical Council provides food and clothing to people in the community, with the help of local groups, organizations, residents and volunteers.In 2019, the Ecumenical Council Food Cupboard distributed food to 1,725 clients, including home delivery to the homebound. The Clothes Closet helped 2,924 clients with 25,000 articles of clothing, shoes and linens, according to statistics from the Ecumenical Council.More than 2,300 Acme supermarket gift cards were distributed throughout the year and 12,000 pounds of food was collected as a result of the Ecumenical Council’s partnership with two Ocean City Post Office food drives.Regina Ralston, who is in charge of public relations for the Ecumenical Council, explained that all of this is possible in part because of three people who continue to be instrumental in the Ecumenical Council’s success.They are Carol Piechoski, president of the Council, Rissa Trofa, coordinator of the Clothes Closet, and Dottie Cianci, coordinator of the Food Cupboard.“These three women have been involved with this for many years and work tirelessly to make things happen,” Ralston said.The Clothes Closet distributes 25,000 articles of clothing, linens and shoes to those in need each year. (Photo Ecumenical Council Facebook page)Cianci began her journey at the Ecumenical Council about 17 years ago. As a member of Holy Trinity Church, her fellow parishioners and friends started the program.“They encouraged me to get involved and I did. I enjoy it. I think every little bit helps. We want people to know that,” she said.While the Ecumenical Council members and volunteers work hard to help those less fortunate, they are always looking for more people to give a hand, Cianci noted.She said this year, the Council wants to reach more people to let them know what it does and how they could give assistance.“We encourage people to help,” Cianci said. “Anyone can join in. We are really trying to get more people involved and tell more people what we do.”Specifically, she said, the Council is looking for more businesses to partner with for the food and clothing drives.The Council already works well in several partnerships, including with real estate offices in town, civic groups and organizations.The partnerships have been monumental in the Council’s mission to help as many people in need as possible, Cianci explained.Each year, the Ocean City Board of Realtors teams up with the Ecumenical Council for clothing and food drives that have been very successful.American Legion Post 524 in Ocean City also works with the Ecumenical Council. The Ocean City High School Student Council also helps out during the food drives, Cianci said.Making sure everyone has food and clothing are the goals, not just during the clothing and food drives several times a year, but all year, she pointed out.“We have quite a few people to help with the food drives. We are always happy when the kids come. We get the Boy Scouts, Key Club and Student Council. We need the help,” Cianci said.Hoping to recruit more volunteers, Cianci stressed that more men are needed to assist the Council during food deliveries. The Council delivers food and other necessities to housing complexes in town and also to residents who are homebound.In a thank you note sent to all of the participating churches to be published in their bulletins, the Council wrote, “Because of the generosity of your contributions, time and talent, the Ocean City Ecumenical Council has helped so many in our community this past year.”The Ecumenical Council food drive gets some help from volunteers in December 2019. (Photo courtesy Ecumenical Council Facebook Page)last_img read more

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Briefs

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first_imgn A night-shift worker has died after an incident at a Warburtons’ bakery in Bellshill, Lanarkshire. Police found Stephen McArdle lying outside the unit at 4.40am last week. The 26-year-old victim, of Coatbridge, was rushed to Monklands General Hospital in Airdrie. A spokeswoman for Warburtons said: “We are deeply saddened that one of our employees has died.” Police are investigating.n Leicester-based Geary’s Bakeries has applied for planning permission for a new bakery near its existing premises. The site is expected to be complete in two years, and will be “one of the most modern in the UK”, chairman Charles Geary told British Baker. All staff and production will relocate to the new premises. Geary’s wholesale business supplies customers including the Co-op, Aldi, Tesco and Greencore.n Premier Foods’ £1.2 billion takeover of Hovis bread owner RHM is scheduled to be completed today, March 16.n British Baker has launched an online poll to find out what bakers think attract people to their cafés. Go to [http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk] to vote and to access a wealth of information on the baking industryn The national minimum wage is to rise by 17p from £5.35 to £5.52 an hour from October 2007. The rate for workers aged 18-21 will rise by 15p to £4.60 an hour, while workers aged 16 and 17 will get a 10p rise to £3.40 an hour.n The Village Bakery Melmerby’s Fairtrade Christmas Puddings raised some £2,000 for an Oxfam project in Honduras.last_img read more

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Warburtons opens Kent depot

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first_imgWarburtons is opening a depot in Paddock Wood, Kent.The depot – Warburtons’ 13th – will help its bakery in Enfield, north London, to distribute its wide range of bakery products to the region’s local supermarkets. Warburtons’ Southern Regional Business Development Manager Kevin Ainley described the opening as “vital to our expansion plans, as it allows us to deliver fresh, quality loaves direct from bakery into the hands of our customers”.last_img

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White House begins talks with lawmakers on COVID-19 relief

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first_imgWASHINGTON (AP) — Top aides to President Joe Biden have begun talks with a group of moderate Senate Republicans and Democrats on Biden’s proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. The talks come as Biden faces increasing headwinds in his effort to win bipartisan backing for the initial legislative effort of his presidency. Lawmakers on the right question the wisdom of racking up bigger deficits. Those on the left are urging Biden not to spend too much time on bipartisanship when the pandemic is killing thousands each day and costing more jobs. One key Republican, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, said afterward she would reconvene a bipartisan group to focus on “a more targeted package.”last_img

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ACE initiative helps literacy in Haiti

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first_imgNotre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) partnered with the Episcopal Commission for Catholic Education and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to begin the Haiti Reads project in August 2014, working to improve the literacy of Haitian children.The initiative is sponsored by a $1 million grant from an anonymous foundation, with additional funding and personnel provided by ACE and CRS, according to a University press release.Emily Danaher | The Observer Kate Schuenke-Lucien, associate director of Haitian Catholic Education Initiatives for ACE, said the primary goal of the project is to help Haitian children to “learn to read, to read to learn,” a mantra the project uses to promote the long term benefits of increased literacy. Haiti Reads is trying to improve students’ ability to read and write in Creole, which is spoken by 95 percent of the Haitian population, and French, which is the language primarily used in educational instruction, Schuenke-Lucien said.“We know that early literacy is incredibly important for educational success for children,” she said. “Basically, children who don’t learn to read well in the early grades are not able to continue in school.”According to the Haiti Reads press release, this explains why 50 percent of the Haitian adult population is illiterate and why only five percent of students continue past primary school.Haiti Reads works with some of the 2,400 Catholic primary and secondary schools in Haiti as a way to “renew and strengthen Catholic education to provide an improved education and opportunity for the children in Haiti,” TJ D’Agostino, associate director of Haitian Catholic Education Initiatives for ACE, said.“Catholic schools are the biggest single educational provider in the country so [Haiti Reads] is a way to make a pretty big dent in trying to improve education quality in Haiti at large,” he said.Schuenke-Lucien said the project’s approach to their mission is two-fold.“[Improved literacy] would happen by improving students’ test scores and students’ ability to read and write … and then also by improving the ability of the teachers to deliver a high quality curriculum to the students,” Schuenke-Lucien said.The Haiti Reads team began training teachers in approximately 50 Catholic schools in August 2014, and the teachers implemented the newly crafted curriculums in December 2014, Schuenke-Lucien said.Jaime Zarafonetis, associate director of teaching and learning for ACE, said Notre Dame is excited to work with the teachers in Haiti.“The Haitian educators are exceptionally dedicated, and we feel really grateful at ND that we are working with so many knowledgable and committed educational leaders [in Haiti],” Zarafonetis said.As of now, 49 percent of Haitian third graders cannot read either language, Zarafonetis said.Tags: ACE, Alliance for Catholic Education, Catholic Education, catholic relief services, Haiti Readslast_img read more

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Two New Pediatric Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, County Total Now 60

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first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – The number of COVID-19 cases in Chautauqua County has reached 60, after two new pediatric cases and another adult case was reported on Thursday.The county health department says the adult case involves a woman in her 30s. They did not release any other information about the two new pediatric cases.Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, there have been three reported cases involving minors in the county.There are now 19 active cases, up from 16 the day before. So far, 37 people have recovered from the virus since the outbreak began. Four deaths have since been reported because of COVID-19.The Cattaraugus County Health Department reported two new COVID-19 cases, bringing the countywide total to 55, with 16 active.Meanwhile, the third COVID-19 case was reported in Warren County, Pennsylvania today. Officials say the person was tested for the virus and is now seeking medical treatment.“The test was not conducted at Warren General Hospital,” said officials in a statement to the media. “Currently, no further details about this case are available.”The Emergency Management Team says they will continue to monitor the outbreak and provide updates as additional information is obtained.As a reminder, the public is encouraged to continue practicing safe COVID-19 mitigation practices:Engage in safe social distancingWear masks in publicWash their hands frequentlyDisinfect common areasAnd isolate themselves and seek medical attention if they don’t feel welllast_img read more

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King Lear, Starring John Lithgow & Annette Bening, Begins Performances in Central Park

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first_img King Lear In addition to Lithgow as Lear, Bening as Goneril, Hecht as Regan and Collins as Cordelia, the cast includes Jeremy Bobb as Oswald, Steven Boyer as Fool, Glenn Fleshler as Cornwall, Slate Holmgren as the King of France, Christopher Innvar as Albany, Chukwudi Iwuji as Edgar, Clarke Peters as Gloucester, Dale Place as Old Man and Curan, Jay O. Sanders as Kent and Eric Sheffer Stevens as Edmund. The non-equity ensemble features Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Andrew Burnap, Christopher Ghaffari, Ryan-James Hatanaka, Matt Helm, Dave Klasko and Phillip Shinn. The Central Park production will run through August 17. Jessica Hecht View Comments The Public Theater’s 2014 Shakespeare in the Park season continues with a starry production of King Lear, beginning previews on July 22. Tony winner and Oscar nominee John Lithgow stars as the titular father figure alongside Tony and Oscar nominee Annette Bening, Tony nominee Jessica Hecht and Jessica Collins as Lear’s three daughters. The production, directed by Daniel Sullivan, will open officially on August 5.center_img John Lithgow Star Files Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 17, 2014last_img read more

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People’s United Bank donates $15,000 to Shareheat

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first_imgHoping to ensure crisis heating funds are available to assist low-income Vermonters this winter, People’s United Bank has donated $15,000 to the CVPS Shareheat Fund.The People’s United Bank donation will go into a pool of funds that will be used to match customer donations to the heating assistance program. Customer donations, along with the matching dollars, are distributed to five community action agencies across the state to assist those in need.‘People’s United Bank’s generosity will help protect families across our service territory,’ CVPS President Bob Young said. ‘Combined with CVPS’s donation and grants from other Vermont businesses, the matching pool now totals $145,000.’‘People’s United Bank supports the Shareheat program because its design leverages additional funds and addresses a critical need in Vermont,’ said Kathy Schirling, director of marketing and community services of People’s United Bank. ‘We encourage anyone in a position to do so to join us in protecting our friends and neighbors who may be struggling to stay warm.’CVPS shareholders will provide $100,000 to Shareheat this season. People’s United joins Carris Reels, Passumpsic Savings Bank, Weidman Electrical Technology, and The Vermont Country Store as Shareheat Business Partners. Carris Reels, Passumpsic Savings Bank and Weidman Electrical Technology donated $5,000 each, while The Vermont Country Store provided $15,000.‘Each of these businesses has supported the program over a period of years, making an enormous contribution to the fabric of our communities,’ Young said. ‘These are outstanding companies that share a common belief that businesses like ours have a collective responsibility to our communities and customers.’Businesses that would like to join the Shareheat Business Partnership Program may call Steve Costello at 747-5427 for more information. Anyone needing crisis fuel assistance should contact their local community action agency.CVPS Shareheat is a program of last resort for over 1,000 Vermont families each year. Funds are available to assist people who face heating emergencies, often because they never expected to need assistance, lost a job, or have exhausted all other available assistance.Contributions should be made payable to the CVPS Shareheat Fund. Donations may be mailed with a CVPS payment, or sent separately to CVPS Shareheat, 77 Grove St., Rutland, VT 05701.last_img read more

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