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Daily Archives: November 3, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Midler opens Highbridge garden
by DANIEL BEEKMAN
Last Updated: 3:30 PM, November 3, 2009
Posted: 3:30 PM, November 3, 2009
Broadway legend Bette Midler and Target opened an elegant community garden off Woodycrest Avenue in Highbridge on Tuesday, October 6.
The Target Bronx Community Garden, built and owned by the New York Restoration Project (NYRP), boasts raised vegetable beds and an outdoor kitchen, and is steps from the house where eight children died in a fire two years ago.
Highbridge residents who attended the celebration described it as a sliver of beauty in a neighborhood desperate for change.
Two new polls are up!!!!
As for now, Hulaween has raised approximately 2 million dollars for NYRP and this is not counting the online auction which ends 11/13 at Charity Folks. So everybody check that out now while you can.
Over the years a whole host of movies have had the power to make us cry but it’s the movies that make s cry time and time again that really pack the punch.
And it looks like Bright Star, which stars Abbie Cornish and Ben Whishaw, might just be another to add to the collection.
Directed by Jane Campion the movie is based on the three-year romance between 19th century poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne, which was cut short by Keats’ untimely death at age 25.