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Arrow Park, A Page Out of History Boroughs of New York City and Newark. AROW was looking for a place of rest and recreation for their children in the countryside. The former Schieffelin mansion and grounds were deemed ideal. With hiking trails, gardens, a large lodge and lake, it proved to be the perfect location for the inception of Arrow Park. Attendance was popular and Arrow Park soon grew into a lively social club with bungalows, a lodge and a large dance pavilion. The initial investors all volunteered their time to run the park and facilities. Many built houses close by so that they could enjoy the park during their retirement. The park was large enough to have community gardens, cultural events, dances and concerts of all varieties. Pete Seeger was a regular performer as were many folk acts of the 60s, drawing thousands of visitors. Today, Arrow Park remains a haven from hectic life. It’s roots as New York family resort and its honored position as a New York historic hotel are forever tied together. We look forward to your visit with us and hope it will become a long-standing family tradition as it has for us. A Day At America's Oldest Winery Jesse and Edward Emerson, two New York City wine merchants who were very good customers of the Jaques family, used the Jaques’ wine to improve another blend of wine from an organization called The Brotherhood of New Life. Eventually, he Emersons purchased the Washingtonville, N.Y. Winery and hence, The Brotherhood Winery name was born. The winery’s success was “continuous” even throughout prohibition, due to its large stock of sacramental wine used for religious ceremonies. Due to the high quality of the Arrow Park Lodge, a New York landmark and New York historic hotel, was commissioned and built in 1909 by Julia Cooper and Schuyler Schieffelin. Using the services of renowned architects Bowen Bancroft Smith, the house was made as much a part of its site as the lake. Some say it seems to grow right out of a bowl- shaped hollow on the side of a steep valley, near a thirty-foot waterfall. The house is of considerable historical and architectural significance. In The Architectural Record, Vol. XL, published in 1916, the nature-
inspired tiles Mr. Bowen Smith chose for the first floor are called “real works of art. ”A link to the article is below: The Schieffelin family came from Swabia, a region that is now in both Germany and Switzerland. After immigrating to New York City, the family increased their wealth by becoming druggists (pharmacists). Schuyler Schieffelin and Julia Cooper, prior to moving to Monroe, were living in Tuxedo Park. Rumor has it that Schieffelin, a great friend of Edward William Harriman who owned property in Monroe, became angry when Harriman was denied the purchase of a house in Tuxedo Park. It is said that in solidarity to his friend, Schieffelin bought 600 acres from Mr. Harriman and began construction on this wonderful home containing many important architectural and design elements of the Arts and Crafts movement in America. In 1948, the house was sold to AROW Farms, Inc. AROW, the American Russian Organized Workers, a group of politically progressive Slavic immigrants were from the wine, it is not surprising that during this time, the clergy population increased significantly. Although laden with rich history, the Brotherhood Winery offers a choice of unique, modern-day, on-site venues for every event imaginable. Whether it’s the wedding of your dreams, a milestone anniversary, birthday party celebration or you want to host an impressive corporate event to impress your colleagues – look no further. The stunning, 5,000 square foot Grand Monarque Hall with its gorgeous 19th century stone structure, impressive wooden beams, gorgeous hard wood floors, wrought iron chandeliers and a ceiling that rises toward the stars is a sight to behold. Vinum Café has a 50-person banquet room and seats 140 in the restaurant. Serving the finest continental French cuisine, Vinum Café also offers outdoor dining, with a patio that accommodates over 100 people with complete privacy. In addition, flanked by mid-1800 vast stone structures is the Mansion, where one can sit and enjoy the ambiance from several outdoor areas. Oh and let’s not forget the gift shop! There’s a little something for everyone here. Hand-made specialty items, apparel with interesting slogans, jewelry, kitchen accessories, serving platters and more. This one-stop shop carries goods from local artisans and abroad.
THE STORY OF BROTHERHOOD, AMERICA’S OLDEST WINERY. By
Robert Bedford, the history begins in 1839, when Jean Jaques, a farmer and cobbler by trade, founded what would become Brotherhood Winery in Washingtonville, New York. Today, this Hudson Valley institution continues its mission of producing premium wines that can be found all over the world, while winery visitors tour the same cellars hand- dug by Jaques himself. The book hallmarks nearly two centuries of the winery’s history—through the industrial era, world wars, Prohibition, America’s changing tastes in wine, economic recessions, and a devastating fire —and celebrates the owners and stakeholders who contributed to its longevity through loyalty, perseverance, and sheer innovation. A remarkable collection of rare images illustrates the text, stories and anecdotes—as well as the facts—with more than 350 photographs, wine labels, documents, memorabilia, and advertisements, culled from private and public collections, and carefully restored by the author. Most of the images and documents have never been published before, or seen outside of Brotherhood Winery. A timeline places the winery’s milestones over 175 years in the context of American history. “Through the photos, documents, and writings in this book we can place Brotherhood not only in the context of American viticulture and the country’s ever- changing tastes in wines, but also in the broader landscape of American history. We can also look ahead, to what it means to preserve and restore this rich history, and what it will forecast for the next centuries to come. "Adam Strum, Editor and Publisher, Wine Enthusiast Magazine www.brotherhood-winery.com From Vineyard To Orchard The Hudson Valley Doesn't Disappoint! Gwen Sutherland-Kaiser, resident mixologist for Brotherhood, sells her “Intoxicated Zodiac” line, an array of wine glasses, goblets and shot glasses adorned with zodiac Symbols. The never-ending amenities, such as the comfortable gazebo that overlooks a vineyard and large portion of the property’s 83 acres, delights all visitors. The inviting, spacious patio provides several options for outdoor entertaining. With plenty of room for a DJ or live band, guests and visitors enjoy dancing the night (or day) away. During the weekend, there was a “grape stomping” contest, where volunteers were in competition for prizes to “see who could stomp out the most wine”. One of the volunteers said, “Ever since ‘I Love Lucy’, I’ve always wanted to do this!” There are many enjoyable activities and demonstrations for the entire family to partake in. Tours and wine tastings, lead by veteran employees Mr. Dave Bechtle and Mr. Rick Walls, are an educational experience. Both gentlemen were very accommodating and extremely knowledgeable. Mr. Bechtle has been with the winery since 1976! Brotherhood Winery has a long and varied of award- winning wines. It was interesting to learn that Merlot is the best-selling red wine in the world, and Pinot Noir is the best-selling wine in the United States. Pinot Noir is referred to as “the little black dress” of the wine family, because it goes with everything and will not overpower one’s meal. Also very interesting was Brotherhood Winery’s Rosario Wine, “aka – grape juice with a kick”, a traditional recipe developed initially as altar wine for church. Then there was the famous Brotherhood’s Riesling, with its own special modern history. Brotherhood’s Riesling made its debut at the White House when the Clintons realized there was no domestic wine in the home.
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Dr.Tranquility-Lydia is blessed to interview the amazing Peroquois the world renowned musician, Australia #1 World Music artist,Performer of the most feminine music on the planet,The largest feminine practice workshop facilitator Lyricist and composer of her own songs, creatress of multitude of feminine practices. Peroqouis is originally jazz trained, later integrating native american, indian classical, middle eastern and electronic flavors to her ‘ear watering’ blend. Being constantly branded as «Voice of the Sacred Feminine», «Voice of the Mother Earth» Peruquois’ expresses the very feminine soul of sound. Dr.Tranquility :When did you first become aware of the music within you? Peroqouis: I was may be about 5 years old, I was singing with my grandpa, I sang jazz and showtunes. I probably hasn’t been able to sing what I heard in my head where I heard big and powerful voice. Inside my head I sang with enormous power so when I was a little girl I had this realization. And my grandfather told me that I had a gift and should start taking classes. But my mother said no. and this is a long story. DrTranquility: When did you first decide to share your music on the world stage? Peroquois: My mum completely suppressed my music dream. Only at 17 when I completely left my mother’s field, and started living alone it resurrected in me. Then my crazy psychic auntie recognized my gift too. And in a clairvoyant session she prophesized my entire future. To fulfill her vision I had to prepare myself for conservatory exams in 1 year. Going against children with 10 years of prior music education as there were only 2 spots for jazz singers for the whole country. Miraculously I got in and was accepted into a class as a jazz vocalist. And after 1 year of study I put together my first jazz band. And we made to the top of that city and then I moved to Sydney and made it to the top of jazz hierarchy there. To realize that public success as entertainer brings deep personal disturbance. I started looking inside for the guidance and one-day sitting on the rocks over the Pacific ocean started spontaneously singing the elements with a completely new voice. I sang myself to the source of life, to the very core of the earth… and after that experience asked the feminine principle that I experience the Great Mother to show me the way to sing for her. Which she did - it came as a native American medicine man, into my life. And I followed him into the US leaving my life, all
my success, all my things, my beautiful apartment, my car, my band… He later became my husband and father of my daughter. Years passed and I started sharing my much deepened by that time with people via workshops and concerts. The journey took me all over the globe I studied in India after that for 6 year, in New Zealand I left my first husband after 11 years of deep surrender to ceremonies and ancient knowledge and later met awaken tantric master – we’ve been together for 4 years. A profound dive into sensuality love and the whole internal cosmos through lovemaking and sharing it with people in workshops and new music recordings. Yet my path took me further… So when you see me now in front of 7000 people with symphony orchestra (my next concert) sharing these vibrations that awaken people and help them to surrender to their love and inner truth or as people say healing them with my voice – via vocal healing CDs you feel these 30+ years of experience behind… Dr.Tranquility: Your music is sensual elixir of beats & lyrics with this in mind, what is a continuum emotion or thread in the weave of your music ? Peroquois: Love is my only guide in this love. I stand for it every moment. When I realized that truth in me I made a commitment never to betray it never to compromise it. Everything I do is a reflection of my love. Nothing could motivate me but it. No money or fame would move me an inch if there is no love in this project. If my heart doesn’t open to it. If it sounds idealistic then you should know it means a constant presence and questioning of everything I do. It is not an easy path yet I feel I have no other to walk this life. Dr.Tranquility: What is your wish for your listeners to take away from your musical journey? Peruquois: I have a few. For people to accept themselves. To return back to the source of their love. Shift from overworking mind into sensitive connectedness. Open up to fluidity and accept change and newness. And live fully rather than merely surviving. Dr.Tranquility: If you were to a message to share with womankind from your healing Vedic knowledge & Womb Power ... your mantra what is that message? Peroquois: Release the shackle of shame and not-enoughness. It is time to fully claim who you truly are. A woman of power and a woman of love. Women are guardians of life and love on the planet. Dr.Tranquility: What is a beautiful experience for you? In your partnership? Peroquois: Feeling totally supported and loved and adored by my husband. Dr.Tranquility: What is one of the places you go for stillness? Peroquois: The first place is inside. Where sensation and breath meet. I like to be on the earth as much as I can. In summer time I love to stay in the mountains and in winter I love to spent time in dark spaces. It is a time of retrieving into the creative power of the “womb”. My friends has event built for me a meditation chamber from untreated Siberian ringing cedar. A place to dive in in my home. Peroquois: What is your greatest joy in your musical message today? DrTranquility: The greatest joy is when I can share my music and my voice live and witness and feel the transformation happening right in front of my eyes. Peroquois: Do you plans for new music or EP? If so when can we expect it to drop? DrTranquility: My newest album – I AM WOMAN is going to be available at the end of August 2019 at my website www.peruquois.com - it is a contemporary music album enriched with deep lyric messages.
7 Things to Know about PRP! By Corinne Furnari P.A. CCN
I've been practicing Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) Protocols for well over a year now, and given the astounding results I've seen in my patients, I'd like to take a moment to promote and inform you all about this absolutely amazing treatment. PRP is a revolutionary in-house procedure that helps with pain, arthritis and injuries by supplying injured areas with the natural proteins, stem cells, cytokines, and other bioactive growth factors it needs to get better. It can be used for aesthetic purposes as well, allowing for skin tightening, facials, the removal or healing of scars, vaginal skin tightening, and allowing for hair restoration. In some circumstances it can be used in lieu of joint surgery and when it cannot, it can hasten recovery and let you get back to doing the things you love after a surgery. Below I've listed seven important things to know about PRP. 1. Skin Healing. PRP injected into affected tissues leads to local inflammation which leads to a wound healing cascade which deposits new collagen and bioactive proteins into the area along with a high concentration of stem cells. This new collagen helps tighten aging or sagging skin, treating it and helping reduce the appearances of unsightly scars. 2. Hair Restoration. PRP is recognized as an all-natural medical procedure which can through skin and hair stimulation, help reverse hair loss. By way of proliferation of dermal papilla cells and stimulating signal-regulated kinase, AKT signalling, and supplying fibroblast growth factors and beta-catenin, PRP allows for accelerated hair growth with less inflammation than other methods. 3. Joint Repair Studies have found that receiving PRP can help restore hyaluronic acid concentrations and improve angiogenesis, which helps reverse joint damage and stop disease progression in things such as osteoarthritis and degenerative join disease. The PRP and stem cell treatment restores the hyaluronic acid to help deal with joint pains such as knee pain. A 2010 study found that those who received this treatment for four weeks reported no adverse events and saw significant, almost linear, improvement. 4. Injury Recovery Stem cell and PRP treatments have proven themselves as successful, painless alternatives to traditional surgery for chronic musculoskeletal injuries involving arthroscopic surgery or joint replacements. The disability and down time associate with receiving a PRP treatment instead is minimal, has few of the associate risks of surgery, and is generally only mediated by some soreness or bruising to the treated area. 5. Long-lasting Results On average, PRP treatments provide permanent results for the areas treated. In the case of PRP being used for hair restoration, a yearly re-injection may be necessary in some cases. 6. Simple in house procedure. PRP treatments generally take about an hour or two, including time both for perparation and for recovery.
If you feel as though PRP might be able to improve your wellness and fit into your personal health regimen, please come in and visit my new office, and letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chat about this wonderful treatment. Corinne Furnari, CCN PA Take Charge of Your Health Fridays 1 to 2 pm EST 99.5FM NYC Website: Furnarihealth.com
Taking the Sting Out of the Holiday Blues Carlissa Loutner It’s that time of year when Summer is nothing more than a faint memory. Vacation time is over and Autumn is here. Everyone and everything is finally back into its normal routine. Before you know it the holidays are here again with ‘the crazy’ they bring all unto themselves. The food… the travelling… the parties… and of course the gifts. Gifts for your friends, your family, your associates and of course showing up to any gathering you need to bring something. And the worst feeling is to spend money on something only to get a polite smile. That smile that lets you know it’s going to be re-‐gifted or donated at the first opportunity. What gift can be useful, eye-‐catching and not break the bank? In my opinion the more practical the gift the better. What are items that are universally used and yet can still be fun and interesting? You can give the coffee mug of the season, perhaps some potpourri, maybe a fruit cake? Then there is always the old standby bottle of wine. Perhaps you should think of something a little different this year. A practical and all natural gift? Might I be a little self-‐serving and suggest a lovely gift of skin care products from My Skin Harmony. It’s a gift that is affordable, has an elegant appeal and let’s be real – EVERYONE – uses soap.
Depending on your needs you can give a single bar of soap or a gift basket with the works. Either way your recipient will be pleased. And custom orders are accepted if you really want to add that personal touch. All My Skin Harmony products are all natural, hand-‐made from ingredients you are familiar with like coconut and avocado oils. No artificial dyes, no colorants and no fragrance oils. No mineral oil because it’s really bad for you and no palm oil because it’s really bad for the environment. So don’t dread the holidays. Reach out to us and let My Skin Harmony make your holidays a little easier. A little ‘Harmony’ can help take the sting out of the holiday blues.
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The Debbie Nigro Show At What Point Would You Be Ready To Totally Be Transformed? How's now? Good! Because Kat James is coming to NYC ready to help you. She's the gal that's proven that you can change your diet to make your body burn fat as its primary fuel. Known as 'The Jane Goodall of Leptin', Kat James has an impressive 27-year track record of helping people lose weight and regain their health by harnessing the power of the key fat-burning hormone called Leptin. Her own 12-year battle with an eating disorder and near liver failure, led James to begin overhauling her diet which took years of trial and error. She discovered a way of eating that left her 10 dress sizes smaller, brightened her dark moods, and freed her of food obsession. She gave up a career as a celebrity makeup artist and has devoted her life to helping others achieve the same kind of biochemical “ flip” she’s experienced. She has a tidal wave of science validating her theories and she has conducted over 88 Transformational Retreats to help others get the job done for themselves. Her next Transformational Retreats are coming up in NYC Nov. 30th-Dec-5th and Dec. 5th-10th. Kat James joins The Debbie Nigro Show on 1490 WGCH for Wellness Wednesday at 11:20am eastern to explain just how you will be transformed by attending her rare and amazing retreat. #KatJames InformedBeauty.com The Debbie Nigro Show 1490 WGCH
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