The practice of medical aesthetics is one of those fields where the better the practitioner the more difficult it is to identify his or her work. Because, of course, patients who look and feel their very (and individual) are often… Read More »Michele Rivard Talks Medical Aesthetics Done Right
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While it feels like we are right in the middle of voting like our lives depend on it; the truth is that we should always approach voting with such urgency. And maybe at different times, and for different reasons, you… Read More »Vote Like it Matters. Vote Like a Mother
As the spread of Covid-19 went global, many of us experienced and embraced our local communities like never before. Without travel, school, work and the usual fast-paced day-to-day hum of life, we looked to our neighbors, small businesses and those… Read More »Pam Frederick On The Importance of Community News
An election year is that perennial opportunity to shake off any frustrations and revisit what’s important and all that is possible. It’s a time to remember that each one of us has the power to effect change. And once you’ve… Read More »Fourth Wave Apparel: THE Brand For Right Now
Feeling a need to channel the dueling emotional tug of political frustration against civic enthusiasm we went on the hunt for a ‘vote’ necklace. And happily not only did we find a great piece to wear with pride but another… Read More »Larissa Loden: Jewelry, Family & Giving Back
A couple of years ago we were lucky to hear New York City’s first female fire fighter, later captain; and now artist, 9/11 museum tour guide and humanitarian, Brenda Berkman, speak to children about her life and career. And Brenda’s… Read More »Brenda Berkman: How We All Can Be Heroes
Anyone who has met Bonnie J. Steves, Associate ASID and founding principal of BJS-Assoc. Interior Design, knows that a call, a meeting, or now even a Zoom call, can last for hours. It’s down to Bonnie’s love of life and… Read More »Interior Designer Bonnie Steves at Home