Albans’ NaDine is rapidly climbing the modeling career ladder.
27-year-old beauty has recently signed on with FACES modeling agency and has
participated in photo shoots for some noted magazines.
her nearly-a-decade-long career in modeling, NaDine said, “I love it.
It’s what I always wanted to do.”
has a great voice to match her good looks and at one time considered a
career as a singer. She traveled across the pond to test her pipes singing
R&B styled ballads in England and spent 10 years there.
a nice place to live,” NaDine explained. “The people there are amazingly
her European adventure, NaDine decided to settle down in Queens with her
husband– sorry guys she’s taken.
can’t imagine living anywhere else,” she said of the St. Albans home she
moved into two years ago.
aspires to one day become a widely recognized model but explained, “I
don’t have to be a supermodel or anything – just recognized.”
aspiring models she offers this: “Do your research. If someone’s legit,
they won’t charge you anything.”
When she’s not busy with her career, NaDine likes to spend time shopping along Jamaica Ave. and enjoying a sampling of the Jamaican cuisine offered at area dining spots.
Stars To A Star Borough
President Agnes Gund remarked, “Queens has been my favorite
borough,” saying that she had married a man from the borough that tried to
convince her that Queens was the “the hub of universe.”
Now I understand, she quipped, especially after visiting a couple of
the MoMA opening, she talked about the presence of the historic Silver Cup
Studios where the Sopranos is filmed, as well as the American Museum of the
Moving Image, Queens Museum of Art, and the anticipated arrival of the
Museum of African Art.
just how posh Long Island City is becoming, the MoMA President mentioned
that she recently dined in Long Island City with Director John Waters (Hairspray,
Pecker) and Italian beauty Isabella Rossellini, daughter of the late,
great star Ingrid Bergman. And Gund joked that she hopes to bring Paul
Newman to the area if and when he returns her calls.
has always been a community of artists coming to Long Island City,” she
awards were presented and recognition given to honorees at the 25th
Anniversary Kick Off of the American Woman’s Economic Development
Corporation (AWED), a special, unintentional
tribute was bestowed upon the Queens Tribune.
Trib reporter at the $250 per person gala awards reception
& dance at Manhattan’s legendary art deco Supper Club found her name
on a tag with the name of the
paper indicated as the “Queens
thanx to members of AWED.
College graduate and comedian Jerry Seinfeld is considering going to
Israel to host a benefit concert, according to the New York Post.
comedian Larry Miller revealed on HBO’s “Dennis Miller Show”
that he and Seinfeld discussed the possibility.
say that he mentioned that he is “very interested” in the prospect of
going there, possibly not right now but in the future, due to the daily
reports of suicide bombings and conflict. A friend of Seinfeld said to
the Post, “It could happen very quickly. But there are a lot
of steps. They have to find a right venue.”
in their right mind would be concerned about security,” the friend
studied communications and theater at Queens College and briefly lived in
Intolerance From Queens
a borough as diverse as Queens, there are people who appreciate the cultural
mix, trying to learn about other races and helping them assimilate into
there are the other people, including
those behind the website www.americaisfull.com.
website links to the website of
Project USA – a non-profit group that raises “awareness” of immigrant
problems and hopes to close America’s borders.
provides a wide range of statistics attributing all of the country’s
financial, social and cultural problems to immigrants.
founders are from Queens,
including “Danny,” who lives in Ozone Park. Danny recently told QConf
that the website tells the truth, and that “It’s growing. We have
shirts, stickers, the whole thing.”
site sells tee shirts, including one that reads, “The borders – it’s
closing time,” and another that reads, “Tired of sitting in traffic?
4,000 more immigrants come here every day.”
billboard with the second slogan was once found on the Long Island
Expressway, and a billboard with the slogan “Immigration will double the
U.S. population in your child’s lifetime” is currently found at 116th
Street and the King’s Highway Subway Station in Brooklyn. Danny took
credit for the second billboard, and said it refers passers-by to
www.americaisfull.com, something Danny is quite proud of.
expressed concerns over the character of his neighborhood, and said, “It
used to be totally different. The website lets people know why.” He added,
“This is a touchy subject, but people need to hear it.”
claims he's right but uses the pseudonym "Danny." We always
thought honest people would put their name on their truths.
Petitions are being circulated and election posters are starting to pop up again...many of them illegally plastered on outdoor telephone and light polls.
the annual ritual announcing another round of political battles. Didn’t
this just happen? Didn’t this just end? Didn’t the 2001 elections just
in some places, you wouldn’t even know that the 2001 primary elections –
or the World Trade Center collapse – ever took place based on the
political posters still hanging up from last year’s City Council
elections. On 111th Street and Francis Lewis Boulevard in Springfield
Gardens, a huge banner in support of Democratic City Council candidate Stephen
Jackson still hangs from the second floor of a building, encouraging
people to vote for Jackson in the Democratic Primary on – check the date
– Sept. 11, 2001.
Floral Park and Little Neck, smaller posters asking District 23 voters to
choose Democrat JD Thakral in the Sept. 11 primary can still be seen
hanging on poles and fencing – illegally.
know that the world stopped on Sept. 11, but the 2002 elections are about to
start. Isn't it about time to take those old posters down. This years crop
needs more space.
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