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New York is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th most extensive, the 3rd most populous, and the 7th most densely populated of the 50 United States.
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Norina G is truly a native New Yorker. During her days as a runway model for a number of major department stores, Norina G quickly learned who’s who and what’s hot around New York. She developed her promotions network with her own following of party goers. She partnered with modeling colleague Diane Foy to form ‘2-Sweet Productions;’ producing many club parties at the most popular venues in and around NYC. ‘2-Sweet Productions’ was awarded the prestigious “Most Popular Female Promoters in NYC, an award in recognition of their stylish entertainment productions. Under ‘2-Sweet Productions’ [and as an independent promoter] Norina G annually partnered with other premier NYC promoters to present the grand social event of the summer on the USS Intrepid.
Barrington Irving at the Cradle of Aviation. He's such an inspiration to our young generation. Great presentation given by Barrington Irving of his 97 day plight around the globe.
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Norina G is owner of NJ GETER ASSOCIATES, Ltd., a Program/Event Consultant Firm. Norina G definitely can inform any visitor of where to go for a full New York experience. As well as, provide perspective clients with a full itinerary of activities for any event and/or entertainment performance.
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Cuba Gooding & The Main Ingredient were the featured Opening Night performers for the 47th Season for The Huntington Long Island Summer Arts Festival on Saturday, June 23, 2012.
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HARLEM WEEK 2012 37th Anniversary
Each year HARLEM WEEK produces over 122 events for numerous audiences throughout the summer months.
Harlem Week is a tribute to this much loved NYC borough, bursting with concerts, poetry readings, kid's activities, sporting events, fashion shows and more to celebrate the historic and unique Harlem culture. Running since way back in 1974 when it was just a one day event, Harlem Week showcases over 122 events from educational seminars about this fabulous borough to an Elder's Jubilee and 'A Great day in Harlem' free public event in the US Grand National Memorial Park. Come along and learn something new about this rough and tumble borough and have a fabulous time while you're at it!
Harlem Week 2012
Harlem Week 2012 kicked off with a reception at Gracie Mansion, the official residence of the mayor of New York City. Hundreds of guests enjoyed the festivities and among them were two mayors and a governor.
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This picture (1979) is of Filmmaker Bill Miles and noted Novelist James Baldwin during preparation for James Baldwins inclusion in “I Remember Harlem” Bill Miles would often tell us stories about meeting James Baldwin and what an interesting person he was to talk to. One of my favorite segments of “I Remember Harlem” is when James Baldwins recalls growing up in the community and being influenced by the ebb and flow of Harlem life.
Films by William Miles
· Men of Bronze
· I Remember Harlem
· Black Champions
· Black Stars in Orbit
· Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II
· The Different Drummer: Blacks in the Military
· The Untold West: The Black West
About William Miles
William (Bill) Miles was born in Harlem, New York, and has used his deep knowledge
and experience of Harlem to produce films that tell unique and often inspiring stories
of both Harlem's history and its contribution the American story. William Miles produced
many films dedicated to the African-American experience that have been broadcast
nationwide over the Public Broadcast System (PBS) and over Turner Broadcast Systems (TBS).
Marching up 5th Avenue after returning from WWI. From the Film "Men of Bronze" by William Miles.
Miles' breakthrough film was Men of Bronze, which opened at the New York Film
Festival in 1977 and was later broadcast on PBS. This film tells the story of
the black American soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment, known as the Harlem
Hellfighters, who, because of segregation in the U.S. Army, fought under the
French flag in World War I. The regiment spent more time in the front-line
trenches that any other American unit, fighting alongside French, Moroccan, and
His best-known work, the four-part series I Remember Harlem (1981),
is a comprehensive look at this famous borough's diverse history. Beginning in the
17th century and going up to the early 1980s, the film chronicles the changes in
Harlem. The program's episodes include segments on Harlem's early history and
settlement, the Harlem Renaissance, the Great Depression in Harlem, the Civil
Rights Movement and political activism in the era of Malcolm X, and the problems
and redevelopment of the '70s.
African-American soldiers in recent decades. Miles's three-part program Black
Champions (1986) dealt with African-American athletes and their role in the
fight against discrimination. Important topics included the impressive
performances of various black athletes at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Jackie
Robinson's integration of Major League Baseball, Althea Gibson's achievements in
tennis, and the careers of early black football stars.
Miles co-produced the film on literary legend James Baldwin: The Price of a
Ticket, which debuted in 1989 as an episode of PBS's American Masters series.
Black Stars in Orbit (1990), a documentary about African-Americans in the space
program, was followed by Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II
(1992), which Miles co-produced with Nina Rosenblum.
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The latter program continued Miles's focus on the experiences of black soldiers
and centered on the liberation of Nazi concentration camps. The Black West,
an episode of the TBS series, The Untold West, presented the story of African Americans in the U.S. west in the late 19th century.
(2012 Music Under New York Auditions)
On May 16, 2012 nearly 70 musicians auditioned to join MTA Arts for Transit's Music Under New York program. Learn more about MUNY and hear some of this year's talented applicants.
William Miles has won an Emmy Award, been nominated for an Academy Award, and was
inducted into the Black Filmmaker's Hall of Fame. He has also received the
Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Independent Video and
Filmmakers (AIVF) for his outstanding contributions to the history of African
Americans in the medium of film.
(Reprint from - Washington University Film Archives)
Riding the New York City Subway System
The New York City Subway is the world's largest rapid transit system by length ...Rapid transit systems are typically located either in underground tunnels or on elevated rail. The biggest metro system in the world by length of routes (including non-revenue track) and by number of stations is the New York City Subway; by length of passenger lines, the largest are the Shanghai Metro and London Underground. The busiest metro systems in the world by daily and annual ridership are the Tokyo subway, Moscow Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Subway.
Watch the rebroadcast of NFL 2012 Super Bowl Below
In addition to winning their fourth Super Bowl in team history, the Giants set a new record for the lowest regular season record (9–7, win percentage of 56.3%) by a Super Bowl champion. The Patriots entered the game with an AFC-best 13–3 regular season record, and were also seeking their fourth Super Bowl win. The game was also a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, in which New York won, 17–14, to spoil New England's perfect 2007 season.
The Giants capped off an 88-yard drive with running back Ahmad Bradshaw's 6-yard game-winning touchdown with 57 seconds left in Super Bowl XLVI, then stopped quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots offense from mounting a comeback of their own in the waning seconds. New York had jumped to a 9–0 lead in the first quarter before New England scored 17 unanswered points to take a 17–9 lead in the third quarter. But the Giants defense clamped down and prevented the Patriots from scoring again, and kicker Lawrence Tynes's two consecutive field goals chipped away New England's lead, 17–15, late in third period. Eli Manning, who completed 30 of 40 passes for 296 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions, was named Super Bowl MVP for the second time in his career. He became the third quarterback in a row to win the award after Aaron Rodgers in Super Bowl XLV andDrew Brees in Super Bowl XLIV.
New York Fashion
The semi-annual New York Fashion Week, branded Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek in 2009, is held in February and September of each year in New York City. It is one of four major fashion weeks held around the world (along with those in Paris, London, and Milan).
New York City Soho
New York Restaurant Week is an event held twice a year in which participating restaurants in New York City offer fixed-price lunches and dinners. At the finest restaurants, this can be a fraction of the usual prices.
The event is held in early winter (January/February) and summer (June/July). Since inception, Restaurant Week has seen an increase in appreciation, followers and footfalls to such an extent that it has inspired people to create their own version of the event in various cities across the globe. Case in point: Bangalore Restaurant Week.
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