manhattan: Visit The New Museum in New York City - 06/03/16 01:53 AM
 
Marcia Tucker officially founded the New Museum on January 1, 1977, it was the first museum devoted toestablished in New York City since the Second World War. The New Museum’s stated mission was to be a catalyst for a broad dialogue between artists and the public by establishing “an exhibition, information, and documentation center for contemporary art made within a period of approximately ten years prior to the present.” The Museum presented the work of living artists who did not yet have wide public exposure or critical acceptance to a broader public.
There is so much rich history and to read more … (6 comments)

manhattan: Walking The Streets of Lower Manhattan: The Bowery - 06/03/16 12:46 AM

The historic 1.5 mile Bowery is the oldest thoroughfare on Manhattan Island. Long before Broadway became Manhattan's signature road, the lane that would become the Bowery wound to the island's upper reaches. It was a dirt trail etched by the bare feet and moccasins of the Native Americans before the Dutch arrived and situated their farms.
The Bowery's first residents were ten families of freed slaves in 1645. Then in the late 17th century when the Dutch settled Manhattan island, they named the path Bouwerij road. “Bouwerij” is an old Dutch word for "farm" and was appropriate as it connected farmlands … (3 comments)

manhattan: Exploring Central Park In New York City During The Spring time - 05/04/15 04:10 AM
Exploring Central Park In New York City During The Spring Time
 
Who doesn't love New York City during the Spring Time?! I'll admit, usually I am in a mad dash to get out  of NYC after a consultation or event, but when Spring comes around and the temperature is at a perfect 75, trees are blooming and NYC has a peaceful atmosphere, I am more then happy to kick around. After the Feng Shui Tour I provided, I wondered into Central park. 
I had no agenda but to just relax and enjoy. I treated myself to some mild rock climbing on the "Big Rock." 
Some of the local children found a new way to get down the rock by riding it … (12 comments)

manhattan: Sharing The Streets Of New York City : Photo Tour - 04/12/15 12:52 AM
Sharing The Streets Of New York City: Photo Tour
Simply put, here is a little tour of our amazing New York City. You get a taste of it during the day and evening. I especially love the city in the early morning hours and at night after rain fall. The city lights reflecting off the wet pavement make for some great photography. Enjoy!
Nick Walker, NYC Street Artist
 
FlatIorn Building
 
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manhattan: Go Green Eco-friendly Fashion Event in Manhattan on 11/9/14 - 10/19/14 11:04 AM
Go Green Eco-friendly Fashion Event in Manhattan on 11/9/14
 

A movement honoring environmental awareness, holistic living, and eco-friendly fashion; "Go Green Fashionista" MISSION is for patrons to be informed and inspired by holistic and cost effective habits in relations to the earth. For over 5 years, "Go Green Fashionista" has featured high fashion at it's smartest. Unique eco-friendly designers and green goddesses alike come together every year to celebrate and showcase the latest in green-savvy, head-turning fashion. Vintage stylists and eco fashion designers specialize in creating their collections using eco-friendly fabric and recycled materials. 
 
With "Go Green Fashionista" becoming a household name in … (0 comments)

manhattan: Feng Shui is In Demand for Developments and Real Estate Deals... - 09/30/14 05:24 AM
 Feng Shui is In High Demand for Developments and Real Estate Deals
 
As reported in RealtyBizNews.com, the number of Chinese buyers migrating to America is growing and fast. With that comes the demand for Feng Shui experts who can help guide property developers and real estate agents on how to create and enhance brand new and existing residential-commercial projects using Feng Shui principles to help attract buyers.
 
 
In general, Feng Shui is becoming more excepted into American society, even by those who are not Chinese. This means people recognize it's value as a necessity, and are beginning to understand it's not … (5 comments)

manhattan: Motivational Monday: Open that door of Oppurtunity - 06/17/12 09:31 PM
Motivational Monday: Open that door of Oppurtunity

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"When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us." ~Helen Keller


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*Carole Provenzale was a Certified Feng Shui Consultant who graduated from the Country's very first School for Feng Shui Studies that was licensed and accredited in 1997. Her Daugher, the second generation of Certified feng Shui consultants provides on site Feng Shui Consultations Long Island NY, Queens New York and New … (4 comments)

manhattan: Speechless Sunday: Simply wishing you all a very happy Sunday! By Feng Shui LI - 05/22/11 01:03 PM
Speechless Sunday: Simply wishing you all a very happy Sunday! By Feng Shui LI

This week has been fantastic and I hope the same has been for all of you as well.  Looking forward to the upcoming week.  May it be full of abundance in all that you seek :)

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*Carole Provenzale has been a Certified Feng Shui Consultant since graduating from the Country's very first School for Feng Shui Studies that was licensed and accredited in 1997. Carole provides on site … (5 comments)

manhattan: What's in a NAME? - 09/16/09 03:55 PM
Sometimes I wonder:  What's in a Name?  EVERYTHING!
 

 
By New York Feng Shui Consultant Carole Provenzale
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manhattan: September 11, 2001: The Day The World Stood Still by Feng Shui Long Island - 09/10/09 12:45 PM
September 11th 2001  --  The Day the World Stood Still
I don't revisit Ground Zero-It is too difficult for me and too sad.  One devastating day that changed ourselves and our world forever.

 
Trinity Church seen in the Background
 

 
These pictures are from last year and show Downtown Manhattan and some photos of St. Paul's Church which is located on Broadway, directly across from Ground Zero.  It is nothing short of a miracle that this church remains and is said to have been protected by a huge Sycamore tree that sheltered it from the falling debri.
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manhattan: New York City---A Tribute to John Lennon - 12/10/08 01:59 PM
New York City--Central Park--STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER
A Tribute to John Lennon:
December 8th, 1980.  It seems like so LONG ago.  I had just lost my father and was up at night unable to sleep.  The tv was on but I don't remember watching it-just a news flash and I couldn't comprehend it.  I knew they said John Lennon was shot but didn't know whether they said he was alive or not.
It was one of those indefinable moments that changes you somehow-by a person you have never met but has had such a profound effect on you.  Of course I remembered … (39 comments)

manhattan: One of the Saddest Days of the Year in Manhattan & Around the World by Feng Shui Long Island - 09/10/08 02:29 PM
This is the one day out of the entire year that is the most difficult for me.  Living in New York and loving New York City I am, as SO many others still devastated by the losses of 9/11/2001.  Loss of life, of course--many, many wonderful lives and a feeling of loss of Freedom.  Since that day when traveling to New York City for a Feng Shui Consultation you can see all the uniforms at Penn Station which is somehow a sight I never get used to.
There are cutbacks now as well on our Security but I have always wondered … (17 comments)

manhattan: A New York Feng Shui Consultant at The South Street Seaport - Manhattan - 08/07/08 12:10 PM
A New York Feng Shui Consultant sees the South St. Seaport- Manhattan
The South Street Seaport in Manhattan...if you've even taken a trip to New York City, it's likely you've made it a point to get to The Empire State Building    Real Estate Blog - New York Photos & Feng Shui: A Bird's Eye View ...   and, hopefully, Central Park Back to Nature--Central Park in New York City! by Feng Shui Long Island or Central Park and New York City.....Beautiful Every Time! .  I'm hoping that you didn't miss another one of our wonderful attractions, The South Street Seaport.  A quote from their … (21 comments)

manhattan: FUN Feng Shui in New York City: What ELSE does a Feng Shui Consultant do? - 07/11/07 03:44 PM
You all know by now I love my "job" AND I love New York City.  Perfect combination for me!  Coming out of a consultation one day on the Upper East Side, I decided to walk back to Penn Station for my train home and thought of getting a "dirty dog" along the way  --  Hot Dogs from the carts in New York are called Dirty Dogs, I believe because the water they are in gets so dirty :)  But then you never know what you're going to run into.  I didn't get home until the evening because as I was walking, … (18 comments)

manhattan: I promised you another Feng Shui Tip for Money: How to COVER your bills! By Feng Shui Long Island, New York City - 05/23/07 12:26 PM
I knew I would be writing up a follow up to a Feng Shui Tip I posted a while ago to help you bring IN some money.  But there are some of us who worry about "Meeting our Bills."  How can you know that your bills, at least, will be COVERED, even as unanticipated ones arrive, seemingly all the time?
Please note that I am only addressing some Black Sect Methods here from my own experience, perspectives and what has occurred with my clients in my years of experience.  As earlier pointed out, there are literally hundreds of Principles of Feng Shui, different ways … (13 comments)

manhattan: For Those Eternal Optimists -- Should we be more PRACTICAL??? - 05/22/07 02:11 PM
I have been accused (and rightly so) of being an "Eternal Optimist" all my life.  And have been told to get my head out of the Clouds and my feet on the Earth, where they belong.  For many people, that is the way they were born or raised and I'm not sure where this particular trait comes from.  IS it something we are born with?  Or is it something that is instilled in us as Children, to reach for the Sky?  I know a few things:  that I was raised to at LEAST try to do what I had my heart … (13 comments)

 
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