Eventi - A Kimpton Hotel hosted a Celebrity Apprentice viewing party to support the GMHC - the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy. (Video: CEO of GMHC, Marjorie J. Hill, PhD, is speaking to the guests, who included Lisa Lampanelli from The Celebrity Apprentice show.)
Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals sixth annual I Love NYC Pets Month is in full swing, with a full month dedicated to celebrating the joys of sharing life with a pet. This year the Mayor’s Alliance is offering special new ways to celebrate the joys of life with a pet. Through the I Love NYC Pets Month Photo Contest, participants can submit photos of their pets and a brief caption that describes why they think their pet is the quintessential, loveable Little New Yorker for a chance to win a fun prize.
Throughout February, Mayor’s Alliance Facebook fans can vote for their favorite photos each day. The three top-voted photos will be featured on the Mayor’s Alliance website in March, and each winner will receive two limited edition Mayor’s Alliance I Love NYC Pets SocialPakt T-shirts.
Animal lovers looking to party hardy while supporting NYC’s homeless animals are invited to the First Annual Masquerade Ball, a special fundraiser to benefit the Mayor’s Alliance.
For more information about I Love NYC Pets Month and the many upcoming events taking place in February, visit www.ILoveNYCPets.org.
Yes, we’ve been there, we’ve done it, and we highly recommend, if you’re going to be in Greater Fort Lauderdale area in February.
Greater Fort Lauderdale will be observing BLACK HISTORY MONTH with year-long celebrations and events: Black History Month events in February are just a sample of the year-round, culturally-diverse entertainment scene in Greater Fort Lauderdale. Throughout 2012, locals and nationally-renowned celebrities will be celebrating the richness of African American history and cultural traditions in a variety of ways.
The celebration begins in January with the Pfuzion Dance Theatre’s innovative “Hip Hop Symphony” at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Jan. 29, blending urban hip hop with classical dance and music. For more information, visit here.
The MSA’s Florida office would be more than happy to give you tips on where to stay and what to do during you visit to Fort Lauderdale. Just let us know, you can tweet us, using the hashtag #Ask_MSA for any Black History Month related questions!