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Carol Bloom Stevens

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Carol Bloom Stevens is MSCO’s VP and Director of Public Relations, with over 15 years of high-level media relations and publicity experience. Skilled in garnering media coverage in local, national and global media outlets, Carol has worked with a wide range of industries, including Financial Services, Retail, Real Estate, Entertainment, Product Launches and Beauty Products. As graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Communications, Carol has a wealth of strategic and tactical experience providing public relations counsel in print, broadcast and online mediums.

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  1. Rye Charity 'Best Friends For Life' Sells Products For Mastectomy Patients

    Rye Charity 'Best Friends For Life' Sells Products For Mastectomy Patients

    RYE, N.Y. -- "Best Friends for Life"  in Rye was founded by Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson in 2011 to fill the need for well-designed and patient-friendly products for those facing mastectomy surgery.Products include a line of mastectomy recovery kits called BFFLBagsR complete with medical, personal care and other products; a line of surgical, treatment and recovery bras and ...

  2. Tova Hartman Named Scholar In Residence At Briarcliff Congregational Sons

    Tova Hartman Named Scholar In Residence At Briarcliff Congregational Sons

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. – The Congregational Sons in Briarcliff will host Tova Hartman as their Scholar in Residence during this upcoming weekend on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30.Hartman, the dean of humanities and a professor at Kiryat Ono Academic College, will give her main talk “Converts and the God of Our Ancestors.” on Saturday morning after Shabbat services.She also will ...

  3. Scenes From Storm That Blankets Rye

    Scenes From Storm That Blankets Rye

    Daily Voice readers sent in more photos of Saturday's snowstorm that hammered the Hudson Valley.While no records were broken here, New York City saw its second-highest snowfall total with 26.8 inches before the storm headed east overnight.In the Lower Hudson Valley, snowfall amounts included 20 inches in Yonkers, a foot in Lake Carmel, 11.5 inches in Yorktown Heights, 13.5 inches in ...

  4. Scenes From Saturday's Snowstorm

    Scenes From Saturday's Snowstorm

    The Hudson Valley got hammered Saturday, as people woke up to find themselves buried under a winter storm that lived up to expectations.Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a State of Emergency that includes New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties.All of Westchester, Putnam and Rockland are under a Winter Storm Warning.The warning, originally scheduled to ...

  5. June And Ho In Rye Re-Opens For Business After November Fire

    June And Ho In Rye Re-Opens For Business After November Fire

    RYE, N.Y. -- June & Ho, at 70 Purchase St. in Rye, has reopened following a November fire with everything looking like it did before.Firemen had to destroy several inside walls to get to the source of the fire and extinguish it. The husband and wife team, June & Ho, have been in the town of Rye for 31 years. Before their current market, they ran a restaurant on Purchase Street. ...

  6. Rye Residents Offer New Year's Resolutions

    Rye Residents Offer New Year's Resolutions

    RYE, N.Y. -- People outside of Rye Smoke Shop offered their New Year’s Resolutions. Following are the most popular responses: Start savingBe on time Read more Foster a dog or cat Make time for myself Make healthier decisions Stay positive Eliminate negative thoughts or conversations Be more loving to my family Travel to exotic placesGet more involved in charity organizations Get ...

  7. Learn The History Of Camp Smith In Cortlandt Presentation

    Learn The History Of Camp Smith In Cortlandt Presentation

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- Military historian, and longtime Yorktown resident, Paul R. Martin III presents a program titled "The History of Camp Smith" at the Van Cortlandtville Historical Society on Saturday, Jan. 16.Martin, a professional historical artist, author, illustrator and art teacher, will relate some of the long history of Camp Smith, the familiar facility on the hill ...

  8. Rye Resident Hopes To Win $1.5 Billion Powerball Jackpot

    Rye Resident Hopes To Win $1.5 Billion Powerball Jackpot

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Becoming a billionaire is as easy as spending $2 on a Powerball ticket.The unprecedented $1.5 billion Powerball lottery will be drawn on Wednesday night at 10:59 p.m. The record jackpot swelled after Saturday's $900 million jackpot did not produce a winner.Despite the long odds, Southern Westchester residents are already thinking about how they would spend ...

  9. Rye Gym Owner Offers Exercise Tips For Those Who Sit All Day

    Rye Gym Owner Offers Exercise Tips For Those Who Sit All Day

    RYE, N.Y. -- It's all about balance and stretching says the owner of a local health and fitness club.Dennis Briscoe says the most common complaint he hears from clients is that they sit too long at work and suffer from tight muscles that result in back aches.The owner of Rye Health and Fitness says the problems can often be alleviated through a series of "relatively easy" ...

  10. Rye Retailers Offer Clothing Tips For New Year's Eve Parties

    Rye Retailers Offer Clothing Tips For New Year's Eve Parties

    RYE, N.Y. -- A popular quandary when it comes to New Year's Eve is what to wear? Two Rye retailers offer creative tips on fashionable attire to ring in the new year in style.Cindy Lustrin of contemporary fashion boutique Great Stuff suggests a sleeveless halter top made out of silk charmeuse that can be worn six different ways. She recommends pairing it with black jeans or a flare leg ...

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