Seaport IceAs part of an ongoing effort to shake up the South Street Seaport’s lame-tourist rep, the waterfront is scoring a brand-new rink. The 8,000-square-foot space has the distinction of being the only rink in lower Manhattan (riverfront views!), and…
Dear Blog Readers,
Today is a very important day, a day where we have the power to make a change in history.
I know most of us think that ONE vote won’t mean or change a thing, but think about it:
If 500 people in the country thought the same way, then it won’t be just ONE vote, it would be 500 votes that “didn’t mean or change a thing” and that many votes CAN make a difference.
1) Vote early if you can. Many states allow early or absentee voting. Record numbers are expected to show up at the polls this year. This will help you avoid painful lines, traffic jams and parking nightmares.
2) Do not wear T-Shirts or other paraphernalia in support of your candidate. In most states, “political activity” is not allowed within 50 feet of a building used for voting.