Models Of Queens
Whenever I May Find Her
Glendale gal is a real
go-getter eyeing a career in dance.
been a dancer my whole life,” she said. “I have been dancing hip-hop for
five years and I used to take jazz and tap when I was young. I hope one day
to become a back-up dancer in videos.”
takes classes at Manhattan’s Broadway Dance Studio.
also takes classes at Jamaica’s Mary Louis Academy in Jamaica Estates
where she is a senior.
still working on picking a college, she said.
got into modeling in eighth grade
after going on a few "go sees" – modeling lingo for auditions.
been hooked ever since and signed on with UModels.com
in the years that followed.
she said her height makes her better suited for print work – magazines,
etc. — she said she has done runway fashion shows at the Fashion Institute
she’s a baseball fan, don’t expect to find her hanging out at
Flushing’s Shea Stadium – she roots for the Yankees.
When she’s not cheering for the Bronx Bombers, you may catch her at Glendale’s Papa Joe’s to get a taste of what she called the "best Italian Ices in town."
District Leader Michele Titus is the new Assemblywoman for Southeast
Queens District 31, a victory achieved despite getting fewer than 1,000
votes in a special election.
Board of Education lawyer, who confirmed to QConf that
she is pregnant, received a whopping 912 votes in the special election held
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Assemblywoman Pauline Rhodd-Cummings
in January. Although Titus received a teeny tiny number of votes considering
the number of registered voters in the district is around 58,000, her
victory was considered a landslide because she received 70 percent of the
total vote. The turnout was 1,311.
of Elections spokesperson Naomi Bernstein said that while turnout is
always low in special elections, “Your readership should be ashamed of
itself. That is a really low turnout.”
who joked before the special election that the candidate with the biggest
family would win, said, “I will never understand it. People just don’t
come out and vote.”
is up for reelection again in November with a September Primary, and
political insiders are discussing how much her incumbency will play a
factor. It could. After all, she’s 912 whole votes ahead of everybody
Jamaica doctor who uses poetry to help his patients has another claim to
a long-time Queens resident who is the head of the SUNY Community Health
Center at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, apparently has a knack for
name of that tune that Deas wrote is called “Soul Santa” and it was
recorded by Brooke Benton of "Rainy Night In Georgia" fame.
is no stranger to the spotlight – he’s been there before as the author
of several books and plays that have enjoyed successful runs in places like
Black Spectrum Theater.
unorthodox methods of preventative medicine have been the stuff of
is a former Daily News health columnist and an avid writer of poetry
which he pens to help patients understand their health problems.
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As the Mets bats ignited during the late innings of a game last week,
the sonic boom of the fans' chanting echoed loudly through the seats at Shea
Suck, Yankees Suck,” they roared.
the Mets were playing the Montreal Expos.
fact, the Yanks were in another city – playing another team in another
what was it that made Mets fans verbalize their hatred toward a team that
has a history of baseball greatness?
answers may be found in part on the web at yanks-suck.com.
website is the definitive online home to all things anti-Yankees and was
created by a bunch of Bambino Curse-hating Boston Red Sox fans.
online center of Yankee loathing goes as far as to offer web-surfers a
chance to sign on to a “Ban The Yankees” petition, get a free e-mail
address at yanks-suck.com and read some top 50 reasons why the Yankees suck.
on to read the actual “legal documents regarding criminal acts,
restraining orders and more against past and present members of the New York
Yankee organization” or download the anti-Yankee screen saver.
also a chance for web-browsers to purchase yanks-suck related items.
get mad if you are a fan of the Bronx Bombers.
say ‘no thonx.’
via email, the following ad which appeared in a newspaper.
Seeks Male companionship, ethnicity unimportant. I’m a svelte good-looking
girl who LOVES to play. I love long walks in the woods. Riding in your
pickup truck. Hunting, Camping, Fishing trips. Cozy winter nights spent
lying by the fire. Candlelight dinners will have me eating out of your hand.
Rub me the right way and watch me respond. I’ll be at the front door when
you get home from work, wearing only what nature gave me. Kiss me and I’m
yours. Call 555-XXXX and ask for Daisy."
phone number was the Humane Society and Daisy was an 8-week-old black Lab
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