What’s your pleasure? These waxing emporiums can offer you anything from a simple, perfectly arched eyebrow to an all-over glowing softness a baby would envy. Warmer weather is on its way and so is a sleeker, sultrier you. Here are New York’s top waxing salons.
It’s not just about looking cute on the course. Golf attire must also protect you from the elements and refrain from interfering with your game. These shops are run by pros who can help you zero in on appropriate attire for municipal courses or private clubs.
The census being conducted Wednesday will not be as robust as last year’s count, which was a biannual survey required by the federal government.
The budget approved in Connecticut is making a whole slew of things more expensive beginning Friday.
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Some lawmakers in Albany want a state law to prohibit doctors from wearing neckties in hospitals. The proposal cites a study that shows bacteria that could lead to serious infection can be carried on ties and other loose-fitting clothing.
No one said that reducing your carbon footprint meant wearing ugly shoes. If you’re on a mission to keep your closet environmentally friendly check out some of these sustainable shops in NYC.
In this Eye On New York segment, CBS 2’s Don Dahler speaks with the founder and CEO of Wearable Collections, Adam Baruchowitz, about recycling New York City’s old clothing.
Real estate broker Lana Turner will tell you she does not own a pair of “dungarees.” In September, to attract more potential buyers, she said, “I thought ‘Well, why not bring my vintage clothes in?’.”
The state had previously enacted a temporary exemption on clothing costing less than $110, but the discount ended.
The tax was reinstated to help close the state’s budget deficit.
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After four months of delays, New York state lawmakers approved a $136 billion spending plan which hits shoppers in their wallets, and neither shoppers nor tax experts were happy.