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Baker Stein’s idea meshed with the program’s community outreach goals; in recent years, landscape students designed gardens for public housing in East Harlem and a Bronx park. “Students need practical, real world experience, not just theoretical lessons in a classroom,” said Richard Alomar, a lecturer at Continuing Education and landscape architect. 84 teachers, students and parents last year to discuss their vision for the approximately 7,000 square foot space.

The men perfume section has a lot more options to choose from. Unlike the limited range of floral and fruity fragrances for women, the men shelf offers woody, spicy, musky and sporty fragrances. Lot of girls prefer stronger, masculine fragrances, says fashion stylist Gary Wallang.

When the electronics ban was announced, US officials told CNN they were concerned that terrorists had developed ways to hide explosives in battery compartments. But the new intelligence makes clear that the bomb makers working for ISIS and other groups have become sophisticated enough to hide the explosives while ensuring a laptop would function long enough to get past screeners. Though advanced in design, FBI testing found that the laptops could be modified using common household tools..

When it comes to those with round faces, the key is looking for lenses that are just the opposite. “To create balance here, look for rectangular frames,” says personal stylist Nicole Busch. “This will make the face appear longer and leaner. I have never fit in and the industry, fortunately, in going through an era of embracing actors who don try to fit in. I very content and proud of myself today. I been told I look better than ever before; this might have something to do with my inner attitude..

August is the harvest season in the area and this is the best time to visit there. The Mediterranean climate is just right for growing grapes. There are special wine events and festivals around this time. Simon’s writing team includes familiar collaborators: Eric Overmyer, a Treme executive producer and co creator, first worked with him on the NBC series Homicide: Life on the Street; David Mills, a Treme producer, adapted Simon’s book The Corner for HBO; the novelist George Pelecanos was cajoled into joining The Wire staff early in its run. Simon also added two new faces: Tom Piazza, a New Orleans transplant and longtime resident whose nine books to date include two post Katrina offerings, the nonfiction treatise Why New Orleans Matters and the novel City of Refuge; and Lolis Eric Elie, a former columnist for The Times Picayune, who, along with director Dawn Logsdon, created the documentary Faubourg Trem: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans. “It’s a great room,” says Overmyer, a TV veteran; Piazza, who’s more accustomed to writing in solitude, found himself seduced by a sense of “collective improvisation” not unlike, he admits, that of a brass band..

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