New York Dry Cleaners Donate Clothing To The Homeless

In New York this week, the Korean Dry Cleaners Association has donated 2,000 pieces of unclaimed clothing to the homeless people of the city.

Homelessness in New York is currently the highest since the 1930s after the Great Depression. The city, which is often known ads the city of dreams among those who flock to it, is also home to the largest population of billionaires in the world.

This separation between rich and poor has not gone unnoticed by city officials and advocates, and the Korean Dry Cleaners Association is part of a grassroots effort to decrease the impact homelessness has on individuals and the community.

Job recruiters, AnastasiaDate say that one of the main concerns about being homeless, aside from finding appropriate food and shelter, is finding clothing that is clean and appropriate. By donating these clothes, about six months worth of unclaimed dry cleaning, the Korean Dry Cleaners Association has a hand in helping the homeless people of the city dig a way out of poverty.

Dr. Tamer Seckin: Endometriosis Care & Surgery

Dr. Tamer Seckin is a gynecologist and a laparoscopic surgeon. He is Board Certified and has his own private practice located in New York City. He is a known specialist when it comes to endometriosis and laparoscopic surgeries. Dr. Seckin founded the Endometriosis Foundation of America in 2009. This foundation is the first to raise awareness about endometriosis. He is one of the top surgeons in his field. Dr. Seckin received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in recognition of his achievements in women’s health. He is a member of many different organizations and is currently the treasurer and an executive committee member of the International Society of Gynecological Endoscopy. He is also working on genetic research to create the United States first endometriosis tissue bank.

Endometriosis is a painful disease that affects many women and girls. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium is found on the outside of the uterus. This tissue develops into lesions or growths resulting in pain, infertility, and other problems. One of the primary symptoms of endometriosis is pelvic pain. Most women experience some type of pain during their menstruation cycles but women that have endometriosis describe their pain as far worse than normal. This pain tends to increase over time. Other symptoms include excessive bleeding, pain while urinating, painful periods, and pain during intercourse. Endometriosis is also known to cause infertility. This is why a laparoscopy is useful.

A laparoscopy is used to diagnosis endometriosis. A laparoscopy can help show the size and location of growths. This helps in aiding the treatment process. A laparoscopy is a surgery that uses a lighted thin tube that is placed through an incision. The incision is on the stomach so the abdominal and female organs can be observed. It can help to locate problems that may be occurring such as cysts, infections, and fibroids. Tissue samples are collected for biopsies to be performed. The recovery time is faster than a regular surgery and the patient is asleep during the procedure. Once the procedure is completed the patient needs to follow-up with their doctor so the doctor can explain the results of the surgery.

Most people have little to no discomfort during and after the surgery. A surgeon may perform other surgical techniques during the laparoscopy to treat endometriosis so that everything is done in one operation. When treating endometriosis the surgeon will remove any implants, adhesions, and treat any cysts. They will also repair any damage done to tissues and organs. If you or someone you know suspects they may have endometriosis then discuss all symptoms and problems with your doctor. You may be a good candidate for a laparoscopy surgery. Laparoscopy is the only way to diagnosis endometriosis.

Skout Making it Easier To Meet People in NYC

New York offers some pretty unique people, and there are always a ton of people everywhere.  But that doesn’t mean it’s not surprisingly difficult to meet someone.  So I was kicking around Twitter, and saw some of my friends talking about Skout.  Perfect, because you can talk to someone before you choose to meet up, and see if you’re actually compatible.  A unique achievement, because it’s more based on personality than things like Tinder, and has Fuse functionality so I can see who I’m talking to at the same time.

When I went looking online one day to find a social website, when I was turned onto Skout. Because I live on my phone, I decided to download the Skout app, which I thought would be easier to use, instead of navigating through the website.

Most people are on social media today, and I think I’m one of the last persons to finally join in! I read great reviews about Skout, so I decided it was time to try to meet someone on there. I thought if I met a friend that would be great, but I was also open to romance. I created an account, which I was able to do fairly quickly, then I decided that I would put up a picture in my profile, even though it was not required. It didn’t make sense to me to have a profile with no picture.

I started playing with the app to figure out how the features worked, and I fell in love with the “shake to talk” feature. Since I didn’t have any particular person in mind that I wanted to meet, it was really nice to shake my phone, and see a new person show up to chat. Sometimes the person who came up was a man, sometimes it was a woman, but we just talked anyways. Whoever I chat with, would just talk about the news, the weather, or anything that came to mind. Chatting was fun, and would take up many hours in my day.

I was able to find a person who was in my general area, but they live in the city that was 20 miles away. We ended up chatting, and after we talked the first time, I added them to my favorites. I was curious if they had done the same with me, and added me to their favorites, but I couldn’t find this out. I found out that by purchasing Skout points, I could check to see who was searching for me, and if this person had added me as a favorite.

I’m glad I purchased the Skout points on my Droid, because I was able to find out that the person did add me as a favorite, and it made me very excited. When I would go to my favorites list, I always chose this person first, and we would talk for hours. We decided to finally meet, and we had a great night on the town. When we got back home, we would sit on Skout and keep talking, sometimes until daylight.  It was obvious that we had a mutual friendship, something that endured and led to spending holidays together, as I’ve read many other users end up doing. Sometimes when I was at work, I would get virtual gifts from this person.

Virtual gifts on Skout are really cool, because they can be purchased with Skout points, and given to anyone I choose. I was glad that this person chose to give a virtual gift to me, because I really admired them. Skout is highly recommended for anyone looking for a friend, or a life partner.

Andrew Heiberger: Real Estate Extraordinaire

There are few in the real estate industry that truly make their mark on the world and leave a lasting impression, Andrew Heiberger is one of those few. His success has not only been beneficial to himself, but to those around him creating a future for those around him and setting a higher precedent for those that follow.

Heiberger started as an ambitious teen. While others his age fantasized about the car of their dreams or who they would ask to prom, Heiberger began investing his time in the family business. His passion for real estate began at the ripe age of 16. He assisted his family in the buying and selling of property in his home state. His mother was a real estate agent and his father a home builder. This allowed him to gain the background necessary for a successful real estate entrepreneur. He then went on to attending the University of Michigan completing a bachelor’s degree. He then continued on to the University of Miami and received a law degree. His level of commitment had surpassed that of his companions and he was set to achieve great things.

Career and Acheivements
By the age of 26, Heiberger had founded Citi Habitats. This brokerage firm was based out of Manhattan and had listings of rentals and properties for sale in the New York area. He later went on to selling this firm after ten years of management. Then in 2005 he went on to opening another company, Buttonwood Development. He successfully led the business into the development of the Greenwich Club Residences. These condominiums became known as one of the most successful developments creating more revenue for the state of New York. These condos sold out quickly and put Heiberger at the top of the list for newer developments in the city. Creating luxury in a luxury seeking city has been his priority. In an interview with the New York Times he answered with the following response, “people here will pay for luxury and want to be serviced all the way through. I learned that amenities are in demand”

As Andrew Heiberger continues to surpass the definition of luxury, others continue to meet expectations that he has set for the industry in Manhattan. Tenants of these developments have gratefully given their money to live in what is truly luxury in Manhattan as services rendered to them continue to meet and exceed their needs. The real estate industry has been blessed through the efforts of Andrew Heiberger and his team.

Career of New York City Attorney Sam Tabar

Sam Tabar has already had an impressive legal career since his fairly recent graduation in 2001 from Columbia Law School. In his current role at Merrill Lynch, Tabar works as an advisor. Tamar has been affiliated with Merrill Lynch since 2011, and he was initially brought into the fold at Bank of America Merrill Lynch to work as a leader in the company’s operations in the Asia-Pacific region. His previous title with the company was Director and Head of Capital Strategy. Although Tabar left this role in September of 2012, he continues to work as an advisor for Merrill Lynch.

While serving as Director/Head of Capital Strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Tabar was responsible for advising clients on matters including foundations, pensions, endowments, and funds of funds. In addition, he provided management assistance regarding the capital allocations cycle that functions between fund managers and individuals investing through Merrill Lynch. Throughout his time filling the Director/Head of Capital Strategy role, Tabar compiled a rolodex of more than 1,250 institutional investors.

Since stepping down from the Director/Head of Capital Strategy position, Tabar briefly recommenced legal work with Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, where he worked as a senior associate focusing on hedge fund issues. As a legal advisor, Tabar counseled clients on matters such as investment management agreements, employment, and compliance. Tamar was with Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP from September of 2013 until March of 2014.

Prior to working as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Tabar was employed with Sparx Group/PMA Investment Advisors. He rose to the position of Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development at the firm, and he created a strategic marketing plan during his tenure with Sparx Group/PMA Advisors. Through his association with PMA Investment Advisers, Tabar was able to develop a complete understanding of global marketing thanks to his involvement in investor relations for this hedge fund worth $2 billion. Other accomplishments Tabar achieved at Sparx Group/PMA Investment Advisors include raising $1.2 billion in assets and assisting with business-development matters.

Tamar’s first position after graduating from law school was as an associate for Sadden, Arps, Slater, Meager & Flom LLP, which is widely recognized as one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. Early on in his legal career, Tabar began specializing in matters of hedge fund and investment counsel. Tamar continued working as an associate at Sadden, Arps, Slater, Meager & Flom LLP until 2004, when he went abroad to work in Hong Kong for Sparx Group Co. in the PMA Investment Advisors unit.

As a law student at Columbia, Tabar contributed to the Columbia Business Law Review by filling the position of associate editor. Tamar completed his undergraduate education at Oxford University.

You can connect with Sam on his LinkedIn or friend him on Facebook.