Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Sssh, notice the media coverage of NY Political corruption has gone quiet suddenly?

http://bloombergnewzzz.blogspot.com/ Read my very long piece "Bloomberg Newzzz" -- and I think he keeps socialite mega million, Amanda Burden, City Planner around because compared to her, Bloomberg is warm and cuddly! Also, since contacting the press with Bloomberg Newzz and calling for the "term limits deal ordeal", votes by a tainted City Council to be tossed out" -- I have noticed the press has stopped giving us any news on the on going investigation at City Hall. Amazing, every time the news shows politicians in handcuffs in New Jersey, I keep wondering why every New York politico has avoided such photos and media coverage. Even corruption at City Hall is "neatly" handled!

Very public arrests are needed here in NYC!!!!!!

Organic Wine Journal, a beautifully crafted review and Suzannah B. Troy gets her first photo credit and it's dreamy!

http://www.organicwinejournal.com/index.php/2009/07/organic-sicily-in-downtown-new-york/Jonathan Russo, what beautifully crafted review, giving me even more insight and pleasure to a deliciously, luscious experience on the Lower East Side at one of my most favorite places Inoteca! Thanks for photo credit of Gunther Di Giovanna and great photo choice as well because I found him and his wines dreamy. I treasure my visits to Inoteca because it's an affordable way to step off the busy streets of NYC and pretend I am in Italy. Gunther Di Giovanna brought a unique feel and taste of Sicily to us and being a romantic I asked how his German Mother met his Italian Dad met. He told me Paris! Romantic! Thanks again for adding knowledge and insight about organic wines at a magical evening at Inoteca. The evening was a wonderful event and escape from writing "Bloomberg Newzzz", my art, painting with words on NYC politics. best, Suzannah B. Troy http://bloombergnewzzz.blogspot.com/


Friday, July 24, 2009

Last Chance to Save Coney Island!

http://www.saveconeyisland.net/ Please Coney Island and if you are inspired be an activist while you do it!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

I recommend Dr. Parikh as a dermatologist, he is located in Tribeca


He is just wonderful, smart and kind. He won't try and sell you pricey "thangs" you don't need. He works with each person as an individual. I know because I am 47 and I don't want to do botox. I talked to him about the no frills version of retin A a prior dermo had recommended but said I go out in the sun and I don't have the energy to deal with all that high maintenance work.
I did show him my sunscreen and I had this freaky freckle I had him removed. I just felt better for spending some quality time with him. The office is beautiful and the Tribeca area is always fun to walk around and visit. So many great places to eat or you can walk over to the West Side Highway and hang out by the water.

Visit Coney Island and how about being an activist too!