The Bowery of NYC

July 8th, 2014 by

In Manhattan, there is ” The Bowery,” one of the earliest settlements of the city. It is a neighborhood that was born on the street of the same name originally inhabited by sailors and immigrants. Those who made a fortune were able to leave it, those who remained were the victim of vice in all […]

Investing in real estate – What you need to know

June 4th, 2014 by

Buying real estate and investing in real estate has become more and more popular over the last 50 years and has become an investment vehicle. Despite the fact that the real estate market offers a lot of opportunities to make substantial gains, buying and owning properties is more complicated than investing in stocks. Firstly, The […]

Diversity in New York City

May 20th, 2014 by

Among the most diverse American metropolis, New York, after San Jose (CA), ranks second, with a population that is 39% White, 28% Hispanic, 19% Black, and 12% Asian. Four of the ten most diverse large metros in the U.S. are in California: San Jose, Oakland, Orange County, and San Francisco. Only one – New York […]

Khalil Gibran Public School that teaches Arabic

May 13th, 2014 by

The Khalil Gibran Public School, named after the well-known Lebanese-American Christian Maronite poet, is a public school in Brooklyn, New York City, which opened in September 2007 as the first English-Arabic public school in the country to offer a curriculum emphasizing the study of Arabic language and culture. The school’s stated mission is to prepare […]

French schools in New York

May 6th, 2014 by

Looking for a French school in New York City can be a daunting and stressing search. However, some schools are offering a French curriculum. We thought this could help you: Lycée Français de New York (accredited by the French Ministry of National Education) 505 East 75th Street New York, NY 10021 Ph: 1 212 369 […]