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JCPenney’s launch next week of the Polo Ralph Lauren inspired American Living brand is set to receive the biggest marketing push in the company’s history.

The launch includes dedicated catalogs and a microsite in addition to the usual complement of national TV and print ads.

“Bringing brands like American Living into JCPenney’s merchandise assortment is a key part of the company’s strategy and provides a new reason for customers to discover all that JCPenney has to offer,” she continued. “Something on the scale of American Living really has the opportunity to elevate the overall JCPenney brand.”

At a time that many retailers are reporting declining sales and cutbacks in the face of a faltering economy, JCPenney is hoping American Living can help build some excitement around shopping at the multichannel merchant.

Last month, JCPenney said that it would cut jobs, close a call center and combine merchandising and marketing functions for its retail and direct businesses, moves that the retailer said it had planned before the current economic slowdown.

The retailer’s latest financial results showed a fourth quarter decline in same store sales of 3.6%, while total sales fell 4%. Financial analysts had predicted a greater loss margin. Total sales for the four week period fell 17% to $1.16 billion from $1.39 billion during the same period last year. Same store sales fell 1.1% and total sales were nearly flat at $19.86 billion, from $19.9 billion last year.

American Living was developed with Polo Ralph Lauren’s Global Brand Concepts division for the largest segment of JCPenney’s customer base, the classic traditional lifestyle customer. As the main focus of JCPenney’s spring marketing campaign, American Living will be featured in ads during the Academy Awards on February 24.

Hispanic customers are the first wave of consumers to be targeted with the new brand. They will see a preview beginning February 21 in ads appearing on Univision. Print ads in top consumer magazines will follow in March.

Photographer and filmmaker Bruce Webber directed the TV ads, which include a 60 second anthem spot featuring the tagline “JCPenney is American Living for family and home.”

This spot will run on major networks as well as during previews for PG and PG 13 movies in US cinemas. There are also 30 second spots that will feature men’s, women’s and home merchandise from the collection.

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Stephen, Gabriella, Matthew, Christopher, Joseph Jr.; one great grandson Domenick, sister Joan DeMauro and a brother Donald Iannone. The funeral mass will be celebrated on Friday, Nov. 4th at 10 AM at St. Elizabeth’s Church, 700 Wyckoff Ave., Wyckoff. Interment will be private. Contributions in Rita’s memory may be made to the , 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, NJ, 07481.
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Breast Cancer Alliance (BCA) and UJAJCC Greenwich are partnering on a world class medical symposium “Hot Topics in Breast Cancer: Breakthroughs in Prevention, Screening and Therapies” on Wednesday, April 25 beginning at 9:30 am at Old Oaks Country Club in Purchase,

Scheduled for Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 8 pm, the Bruce Museum’s Marianne Smith Memorial Lecture features Dr. Olesya Turkina, Senior Research Fellow at the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.

Dr. Turkina’s talk will discuss the intermingling of science and ideology surrounding the dogs used in

Spring Ahead Weekend is HERE!:

It’s time to spring ahead! Tomorrow night, Saturday, March 10, most responsible Americans set their clocks ahead and kiss goodbye (or goodnight) the hour we won’t see again until November.

Daylight Saving Time 2018 (note: it is Saving is singular) begins at

Cos Cob resident earns Dean’s Award with Distinction at Colgate University:

Kenneth Citron, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2019, has earned the fall 2017 Dean’s Award with Distinction.

Citron is a graduate of The Lawrenceville School, from Cos Cob, CT. Citron’s current major is economics.

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Cos Cob resident earns Dean’s Award at Colgate University:

Elisabeth Rosa Di Sant, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2018, has earned the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence. Rosa Di Sant is from Cos Cob, CT. Rosa Di Sant’s current major is economics.

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Greenwich Saint Patrick’s Day Parade is March 18!:

2018 St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The annual Greenwich Saint Patrick’s Day Parade is to be held on March 18, 2018, at 2:00 PM beginning at the Greenwich Town Hall.

The parade heads up Field Point Road and takes a right turn at the Greenwich

Winter Storm Update from DESPP/DEMHS:

Heavy snowstorm entering the state at this time.

Winter snowstorm warning in effect for most of the state.

At Noon radar showed a band of moderate snow across Central CT. Another heavy band of precipitation is approaching the Connecticut coast at this time. Any mix should

Greenwich Art Society’s 101 Annual Members Exhibtion Opening March 9:

The Greenwich Art Society proudly presents its 101st Annual Members Exhibition, a major exhibition comprised of artwork by Greenwich Art Society members. The show takes place at The Bendheim Gallery on the 2nd floor at Greenwich Art Center from March

Colon Cancer Lecture at Greenwich Hospital rescheduled to March 19th:

Due to inclement weather, Greenwich Hospital’s colon cancer lecture with Peter McWhorter, MD, has been rescheduled to Monday, March 19 from 12pm 1pm in the hospital’s Hyde Conference Room. The lecture was scheduled to take place today (March 7).
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In business since 1964, Englund s Apparel in Malvern offers exceptionally styled clothing for men. Owner Frank Englund Jr. is gracious and knowledgeable, offering guidance to men buying for a certain occasion.

The store carries such prestigious brands as Hart Shaffner Marx, H. Freeman, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Bahama and more. In addition to suits and formal attire, Englund s carries a range of sportswear, casual clothing, shoes and accessories. The store also provides tuxedo rentals for weddings and special occasions, as well as a custom clothing service.

Part of Englund s highly personalized service includes custom made suits, shirts, sport coats, top coats and trousers. Englund s Apparel will work with a customer to achieve a perfect fit and finish. From the fabrics through the model choices to the lining color, it s all up to the client and Englund s will oblige.

Customers choose from as many as 2,500 clothing fabrics for suits, sport coats, trousers and top coats. For custom made dress shirts, or that corporate casual look for the office, or for better weekend wear, there are more than 500 fabrics of varying textures and patterns. Precise measurements are taken, and the garment is designed and produced just for the customer.

It takes about 12 days for semi custom and made to measure or about four weeks for full bore custom made apparel to be delivered.

Formal Wear and Tuxedos

When the occasion requires nothing but the best and black tie is required, Englund s Apparel can be the one stop clothier from head to toe. They carry everything for social or business occasions, including tuxedos, formal shirts, studs and cuff links. As a wedding promotion, the groom s tux is free with five or more paid tuxedos, and with those six, any ringbearer will receive a 50 percent discount. When the temperature drops, Englund s can outfit a fall wardrobe with V necks, crew necks, cardigans and half zips.

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If you believe that all jeans are created equal, that s not the case. The same goes for khakis and corduroys. Englund s inventory is carefully chosen from finer clothing manufacturers such as Polo, Heritage 34, Tommy Bahama, Bills Khakis, Castaway, Austin Reed, Ballin and more.

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Englund s Apparel offers a full line of apparel from respected manufacturers such as Hart Schaffner Marx, H. Freeman, S. Cohen, Jack Victor, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Cutter Buck, Pendleton and Bills Khaki s. Their clothiers help customers determine the proper cut, fabric and style.
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(nee Reusch) Of NYC Originally from St. Paul, MN Born in St. Paul on October 12, 1944, died in New York City on June 28, 2010 of complications from cancer. Survived by caring husband, Joseph Williams; mother, Ruth Reusch; sisters, Dr. and Janet Reusch; brother, Richard Reusch; niece, Morgan Rutherford; many other relatives and friends. Graduate of Our Lady of Peace High School. As a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, Kate worked with devotion and loyalty throughout her life. At the time of her death, Kathleen was Vice President of Global Solutions at Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation. Kate loved beauty and had a talent for creating it wherever she was. Her passions were fashion, horses, cats, travel, fine cooking, entertaining and her country home. Kathleen was truly a head turning force; a compassionate and generous woman. She will be greatly missed. Memorial Service to be held at The Library Hotel in Manhattan later this month.
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Her story: Jennifer “Jenny” Ayd, 29, grew up in Baltimore. She is a registered nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her mother, Elaine C. Ayd, is a secretary and her father, Gregory J. Ayd, is a general contractor and owner of Quadrant Construction.

His story: John “Jack” Linehan, 33, grew up in Baltimore. He is an attorney at Ober Kaler. His mother, Michelle P. Linehan, is a research administrator at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and his father, Michael J. Linehan, is an architect at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

Their story: Jenny and Jack met in October 2008 at a bar on Cross Street in Federal Hill.

“We were in the same group of friends and most of us met playing rec league sports in the city,” says Jack.

The proposal: Jack proposed to Jenny on May 13, 2012, with a brilliant cut solitaire diamond ring in a cathedral setting from Radcliffe Jewelers.

“He’d planned a picnic at Sherwood Gardens. It was really sweet,” says Jenny. “I got everything set up and when I turned around, he was down on one knee and he asked me to marry him.”

The venue: About 150 guests attended the ceremony at St. Ignatius Church of Baltimore, and the Rev. William J. Watters presided.

“We are both members of St. Ignatius, so it was a pretty easy choice, and we are very fond of Father Watters,” says Jenny.

Her dress: Jenny wore a lace empire waist A line dress with cap sleeves by Casablanca Bridal from Gamberdella Bridal Salon in Baltimore. She wore earrings from Nordstrom and shoes by Kate Spade, along with a bracelet that belonged to her mom for “something borrowed.”

“One of my bridesmaids gave me a handkerchief with the letter ‘J’ on it for my ‘something blue,'” she says.

Bridesmaids’ dresses: The bridesmaids wore fit and flare navy dresses by Bill Levkoff from Gamberdella.

Men’s apparel: Jack wore his own Polo Ralph Lauren tuxedo, and the groomsmen wore their own dark suits and ties from J. Crew.

Flowers: James Paulus of Michael Designs Florist in Annapolis used a variety of white flowers, such as anemones, roses and hydrangeas for Jenny’s bouquet, blue hydrangeas for the bridesmaids’ bouquets and roses for the boutonnieres.

Reception: Jenny and Jack selected the Center Club overlooking the Inner Harbor because of its “amazing and unique view.”

Special touch: Local artist Laura Condouris created a map for the programs and a signature book for the reception.

“We both have a thing for maps,” says Jenny. “The map highlighted specific locations important to us, such as Sherwood Gardens, the church, the reception, where we work, and the Ravens and Orioles stadiums since we’re both local sports fans.”

Entertainment: Bryan George Music Services of Washington played during the cocktail hour and reception. The couple’s first dance was to “Have I Told You Lately” by Van Morrison.

Dessert: Patisserie Poupon in Baltimore created the traditional tiered cake, which was chocolate hazelnut with vanilla frosting and fresh strawberries.

“Growing up, I had a neighbor I used to baby sit who had autism and a cousin who has autism, so it’s close to my heart,” says Jenny.
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I have great memories of using my little 110 film camera as a child and it’s funny to think of the generation growing up right now that will have never shot film. As I read a story on the last roll of Kodachrome being processed it took me back. Granted Kodachrome was well before my time and I have never used it, I can relate. There is a certain joy that comes from using film, maybe it’s the lack of instant gratification that you get with digital or having to make each one of those 36 exposures per roll really count. There was something cool about getting your pictures back from the lab two weeks after a vacation and reminiscing about the trip. I will admit that digital has made my job easier at times and more convenient. But it has also added new responsibilities. Archiving, burning DVD’s of my takes and trying to keep it all in order so I can go back and locate a photo in the future. At my first newspaper job I filed strips of negatives in acid free envelopes with ID information for the individuals in the photographs along with the date it was taken. With DVD’s and archives backed up to servers it becomes a little more difficult to find the image you may be looking for if you don’t have the right search terms. I am confident 100 years from now those negatives from my first newspaper job will still be around and I like to think that the photographs I shot today will also be around 100 years from now as well. But no one knows for sure, technology is constantly changing and who knows if the next advancement in computers will read the DVD’s that store my photographs. I don’t think anyone in his or her wildest dreams thought the VCR tape and the VCR players that played those tapes would disappear, but they have.

All that said, lets get to the topic at hand. The last roll of Kodachrome produced by Eastman Kodak gets processed. The slide film Kodachrome that was produced by Eastman Kodak for 74 years was discontinued last year. Freelance photojournalist Steve McCurry, who is most well know for his 1984 photograph of Sharbat Gula, or the Girl, published on the cover of National Geographic magazine, spent about two months shooting images on the streets of New York. McCurry requested from Kodak to shoot the last roll of 36 frames it manufactured. Along with Kodachrome slide film disappearing so did the number of labs that would process the slide film. Dwayne Photo Service the only photo lab left in the world to handle Kodachrome, processed that roll of Kodachrome. And of you old timers holding on to that last roll of Kodachrome, you have until December 30th this year. And then it will shut down, forever. I encourage you to view the photo gallery on the last roll being processed and a multimedia piece on Kodachrome. Page 383 outlines a strategy for having the President visit Feisty so they can denounce later the opposition. Feisty even told her ally that she would run the ruse by Mark to get his approval. (my site post to Clara Congressperson???)It is much more than just Obamacare, as we have witnessed the president bounce like a ping pong ball in a wind tunnel from crisis to crisis. Sequestration. North Korean saber rattling. Failure of his anti gun agenda. There is not an initiative he begun either foreign or domestic that has been well conceived, introduced and implemented. Add in Fast and Furious and the series of green energy crony capitalism flops and you have an extraordinary record of ineptitude. (Klein supplies examples of less discussed failures: has also been the studied inattention to the myriad ineffective job training programs scattered through the bureaucracy. There have been the oblique and belated efforts to reform Head Start, a $7 billion program that a study conducted by its own bureaucracy the Department of Health and Human Services has found nearly worthless. The list is endless. January 21st, 2015 4:25 pmThat’s a Buddhist viewpoint.

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that things will work out follow your intuition and curiosity trust your heart even when it leads you off the well worn path You have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. The key is not to worry about being successful, but to instead work toward being significant and the success will naturally follow If you do work that you love, and work that fulfills you, the rest will come. And, I truly believe, that the reason I’ve been able to be so financially successful is because my focus has never, ever for one minute been money. Would you do your job and not be paid for it? I would do this job, and take on a second job just to make ends meet if nobody paid me. That’s how you know you are doing the right thing. If there’s no action, you haven’t truly decided most important thing you can do to achieve your goals is to make sure that as soon as you set them, you immediately begin to create momentum. The most important rules that I ever adopted to help me in achieving my goals were those I learned from a very successful man who taught me to first write down the goal, and then to never leave the site of setting a goal without first taking some form of positive action toward its attainment. Any time you sincerely want to make a change, the first thing you must do is to raise your standards If you don’t set a baseline standard for what you’ll accept in life, you’ll find it’s easy to slip into behaviors and attitudes or a quality of life that’s far below what you deserve Whatever happens, take responsibility The only thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself.

something that you love. Something that gets you so excited you can’t wait to get out of bed in the morning. Forget about money. Be happy. You are nuts and you should be proud of it. Stick with what you believe in. started this post to share some of my favorite inspirational entrepreneurial quotes of all time. I be updating this page regularly so stay tuned and come back often for more inspiration. Which are your favorites?Have your say and post a comment below!

Alan Sugar, Founder of Amstrad

try to blame the rest of the world. The blame only lies with you. Recognize that immediately. He is often regarded as the second richest man in history after John D. Rockefeller.

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who are unable to motivate themselves must be content with mediocrity, no matter how impressive their other talents. Andrew Carnegie

man can become rich without himself enriching others. Andrew Carnegie

your energies, your thoughts and your capital The wise man puts all his eggs in one basket and watches the basket. Andrew Carnegie

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you think you’re too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito. Anita Roddick

were most creative when our back was against the wall. Anita Roddick

you do, be different that was the advice my mother gave me, and I can’t think of better advice for an entrepreneur. If you’re different, you will stand out. Anita Roddick

is true that there is a fine line between entrepreneurship and insanity. Crazy people see and feel things that others don’t. But you have to believe that everything is possible. If you believe it, those around you will believe it too. Anita Roddick
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A man has been charged with selling goods with counterfeit trademarks from Ralph Lauren, Nike and other well known names at his store in Kansas City, Kansas.

Jehad Shalabi, 44, is charged with one count of conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit trademark goods.

In 2009 Shalabi was identified as the manager of the store. Subsequently, he listed the owner and manager of the store for occupational tax purposes in the names of his accountant or relatives.

The indictment alleges Shalabi offered for sale at Joe Black hundreds of counterfeit trademark items including Polo Ralph Lauren shirts, hoodies and T shirts; Nike Air Force, Jordan Airmax and Goadomes shoes; Major League Baseball hats; T shirts, tank tops, jeans,
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The government is seeking a money judgment of $89,000, representing the proceeds of the crime. If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and a fine up to $2 million.
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