Keep It Moving Harlem
By Chris Peralta
As the last traces of the winter season begin to melt away, don’t hold back your excitement for the warmer days ahead. Embrace the longer daylight hours and the sounds, smells and colors of nature coming back to life. Continue reading
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Music lovers weren’t the only ones drawn to the King of Pop. Wooed by his global fame and earning power, a bevy of financial firms ponied up tens of millions to finance the singer’s luxe lifestyle and kick-start his troubled career.
Now they’re in line with other creditors and business partners awaiting word on the state of Michael Jackson’s murky financial empire. Financial firms including Colony Capital LLC, Fortress Investment Group and Barclays Bank PLC poured tens of millions into the singer over the years. The cash allowed Jackson, a notorious binge spender, to maintain a lavish lifestyle befitting a global pop star.
But the potential peril of owning a portfolio tied to an eccentric entertainer became apparent with the singer’s surprise death at the age 50. It also highlighted Wall Street’s fascination with the entertainment industry — a trend that could cool depending upon how much Jackson’s creditors manage to recoup from their investments.
East Harlem, home to a cornucopia of fried foods that cover a range ethnic tastes
Oprah Winfrey, the daytime talk show host whose media empire… Continue reading
It’s been a full five years since we covered Westin Hotels’ Heavenly Bed program,
Harlem is the historic capital of black American culture, but like many New York neighborhoods, it is rapidly changing.
Tip #5: Beyonce Knowles
“To get motivated to work out, find an old picture of yourself that you look great in and post it up.” By Instyle.com from “Your Most Stylish Year Ever!” Continue reading
The iPod can supercharge your learning. But it’s often a matter of finding the right software and content. Continue reading
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