Your invited to Women In Innovation: Science & Tech

October 18, 2017

Your invited to Women In Innovation: Science & Tech on Wednesday, October 18th at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Headquarters at 3 International Drive Rye Brook, NY starting at 6:30pm with connect cocktails. Women In Innovation (WIN) is a community-focused organization dedicated to elevating women in Westchester County, New York, and Fairfield County, Connecticut who are pushing the boundaries of innovation and accelerating the pace of change across industries. As co-founders our hope is to empower and educate women with the latest innovation and technology trends. Innovation is the future of our great nation. Join us and let us know […]

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Check Out I Dream Too Much: A Film for Women by Women

March 16, 2015

Check out I Dream Too Much, a film for women by women and the debut of the movie production company Pantheon of Women (POW).  I Dream Too Much, written by Houston writer Katie Cokinos and Executive Produced by Rick Linklater (Boyhood), will premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, today.  We are so excited to attend the initial screening! While we were living in Houston, we had the pleasure of meeting Alicia Goodrow, one of the founders of POW, through a mutual friend.  Local Houston, in fact, just honored Alicia Goodrow, along with her co-founders Donna Cole and Deborah Kainer, who together launched […]

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An Extraordinary Event: An Irving Harper Auction!

December 16, 2014

The Extraordinary Irving Harper Witness An Extraordinary Event: An Irving Harper Auction for the first time ever! You know how we love art, so we are really excited to attend the Irving Harper Auction at the Rye Art Center on Saturday, January 10th from 5-7pm.  Please join us if you can to help support the incredible range of classes, programs, exhibits, and workshops for all ages, abilities, and backgrounds that the Rye Art Center provides to the Westchester Community. Harper, Untitled, Guernica Send to Kindle

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Give back on Cyber Monday: Heart Care International

November 30, 2014

The holiday season is upon us and one of our favorite holiday traditions is buying gifts that give back!  Given the life of busy working moms, every year we start making our holiday shopping list early but wait till after thanksgiving to begin buying to get the best deals ( we promise we did not sleep outside of Best Buy or the Apple store this weekend).  This year, we will be buying not just for our family and loved ones, but each time we make a purchase online through Amazon Smile, we will be helping children battling heart disease as well! […]

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An Extraordinary Cause: Heart Care International

August 21, 2014

An extraordinary cause, Heart Care International was started 20 years ago by a group of extraordinary individuals, including our dear and very generous friends Courtney and Chris Combe, who regularly give back to our local Tri-State community.  We feel so honored to know them and so appreciate their introducing us to Heart Care International, which helps children born with heart defects in developing countries (primarily Latin America so far) by providing life-saving heart procedures. With both a long line of doctors in our family and past experience in the medical community, healthcare causes have always been near and dear to our hearts (click […]

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An Extraordinary Athlete: Wilma Rudolph: Inspiration for FIFA World Cup Soccer

June 30, 2014

An Extraordinary Athlete: Wilma Rudolph: Inspiration for The World Soccer Cup. You know how our family loves sports so we are really enjoying watching the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. What a feat for humanity~the first major soccer event where viewers worldwide are able to tune in via their smartphones. Smartphone technology has really revolutionized the world for the better by allowing everyone access to events, news and information. And everyone loves “futbol.” We jumped on the chance to  discuss lessons of good sportsmanship with our children given some of the incidents in the soccer games (the biting and the flopping drama-come […]

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Give back & share: Disabled and Dangerous, a heartfelt heist

January 16, 2014

It’s time to share the laughs with Disabled and Dangerous, a heartfelt heist Two young Canadian brothers, our cousin’s sons, have made a funny movie with the help of a whole community of people. The more views, the more people we make happy. The crazy idea for a film about three guys in wheelchairs robbing a bank developed from the need to raise funds for ALS awareness. Barry Varga, the creator behind the idea for making a comedy about a bank heist, has been living with ALS since 2008, but Barry’s sense of humour is alive and firing on all cylinders. Disabled and Dangerous is […]

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