Mishmash

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BY Jessica Cohen
February 20, 2014

By Julie Thomas William Morrow Paperbacks, 384 pages “The Keeper of Secrets” weaves together the stories of three men, each facing his own battle but sharing a love of classical music. The novel begins with the journey of Daniel Horowitz, a young boy in the United States who is a gifted and internationally acclaimed violinist. CONTINUE »

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BY Patti Neumann
February 20, 2014

Being in the food and wine business, I’ve sampled a lot of great vino. Many asked how I got so lucky, and I had an “a-ha” moment. Why not share my good fortune? Now you can make like a sommelier at the CITYPEEK Sip & Swirl Wine Club. I started the club for unpretentious foodies CONTINUE »

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February 13, 2014

Mickey Steinberg: Why are you so polarizing and not willing to compromise for the good of the Democracy?” Cherie Marvel: How can we keep the city the harbor clean? Mark Margolis: Why do people work for their whole life to get ahead for their families, and then find stop signs at every turn? Want to place an CONTINUE »

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February 13, 2014

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is one of the largest private charitable foundations in the United States. It grants approximately $100 million each year to nonprofits that provide direct services to low-income and vulnerable individuals and families, primarily in the United States and Israel. Since 1980, the foundation has distributed grants totaling $1.7 billion, CONTINUE »

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BY Michele J. Floam
February 12, 2014

By Joshua Safran Hyperion, 288 pages “Free Spirit” is an autobiography of a boy raised by a mother whose main quest is to change modern society 10 years after the hippie movement of the 1960s. She believed that government and corporations were corrupt and needed to be stopped and was always in search of a CONTINUE »