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Happy 90th birthday greetings go to local realtor Jackie Kyle. Over the years, she has earned her doctoral degree in meet and greet and happens to be a superb conversationalist.
Ms. Kyle has been doing business from the entrance of City Island, the office been there longer than anyone can recall. This longtime family business was established by her ancestors and its been there ever since.
Jackie outlived one son, her daughter and her late husband, but like the EverReady Bunny, she keeps up her unbelievable energy by taking local strolls and enjoying Martinis.
The Memorial Day weekend weather was marvelous, but prepare for the summertime blues during the last week of May.
High temperatures are expected along the Atlantic Coast of the United States this week with high temperatures at or above 80-90 F.
In the South, actual temperatures will run 5-10 degrees above average with some temperatures topping 90 most afternoons in most locations. The cooler spots along the East will be right along the coast, especially the south-facing beaches.
Please do not confuse Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Memorial Day is a day for honoring military personnel who died in the service of this country.
So if you are a family member of a fallen military veteran, are currently serving, or you're a former veteran, City Images salutes our military for their sacrifices, and service to USA.
Therefore, please remember the reason USA celebrates Memorial Day. Please say a prayer for our fallen military and reach out to a veteran to thank them for their service to The United States of America.
NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, announces that the City’s public beaches are open for the season and will remain open through Labor Day Weekend. Lifeguards will be on duty daily, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and swimming is strictly prohibited at all other times. This summer, NYC Parks is launching a public service campaign to encourage all New Yorkers to be WaterSafe at the city’s pools, beaches, and waterfront parks.
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My Tocayo likes to tell it like it is. Robert De Niro, who is considered to be one of the greatest American actors of all time, was born in New York City, to artists Virginia Admiral and Robert De Niro Sr. His paternal grandfather was of Italian descent, and his other ancestry is Irish, Dutch, English, French, and German.
The native New Yorker, De Niro gave an amazing graduation speech to NYU grads AT Tisch School of the Arts' commencement telling the students they would have a hard time finding jobs after graduation.
A non jury trial in Cleveland has found police officer Michael Brelo not guilty. A judge ruled that Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo was not guilty in the deaths of two unarmed people in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire.
However, US Justice Department officials have determined that Cleveland police for years engaged in a pattern of using excessive force and vow to investigate. The deaths of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams, both black, were included in a 2014 US Department of Justice report that called for a federal monitor to oversee the Cleveland Police Department.
Strengths are built-in capacities for certain thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Everyone has these capacities to one degree or another. Our particular pattern of strengths is part of what makes us unique.
When we play from our strengths, we're likely to feel more energetic and perform better than when trying to use a capacity that comes less naturally. For example, one person trying to influence a local condo board to do the right thing might have the strength to speak up forcefully and clearly at a general meeting despite the almost-universal fear of public speaking. Another person strong in team-building might feel uncomfortable speaking out in a meeting but could successfully build consensus among owners, and others to weigh the issue and come to a decision.
Positive emotions have been linked with better health, longer life, and greater well-being in numerous scientific studies. On the other hand, chronic anger, worry, and hostility increase the risk of developing heart disease, as people react to these feelings with raised blood pressure and stiffening of blood vessels. But it isn’t easy to maintain a healthy, positive emotional state.
Body-worn cameras reduced the use of force by roughly 60 percent in Oakland, California, and the department
reported 18 months without an officer-involved shooting, in a city that used to average about eight such incidents a year.1
In Mesa, Arizona, police reported 75% fewer use of force complaints and a 50% decline in citizen complaints
during a body-worn camera pilot.2