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Shopping Site Brings ‘Colore’ to the Mix

Shopping Site Brings ‘Colore’ to the Mix

African American, Business, Featured Posts, Latino November 29, 2012 at 12:03 pm

Shopping website Luxe Colore, which means “colorful luxury” in French, is approaching the retail experience in a different way – and incorporating a little color in the process. Launched a year ago by Sunny Newsome, 36, and Tanya Sotillo, 35, Luxe Colore is dedicated to promoting brands and businesses owned by people of color.

Hasidic Anti-Internet Fervor Hits New Pitch

Hasidic Anti-Internet Fervor Hits New Pitch

Culture, Featured Posts, Religion May 23, 2012 at 4:24 pm

Jewish publications have stepped up their coverage lately of the Brooklyn ultra-Orthodox movement to strictly filter the Internet or to purge it entirely from Hasidic homes. The papers have also covered the growing opposition to the anti-Internet movement, from some who call it backward-thinking and others who see it as an attempt to suppress the mushrooming sex abuse scandals.

Korean Translations Often Don’t Make Sense

Korean Translations Often Don’t Make Sense

East Asian, Immigration October 18, 2011 at 1:29 pm

The Korean translation service provided on New York City’s and New York State’s websites and documents is terrible, an investigation by Korean Daily concludes. Following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent executive order to provide translation services in six languages beyond English, that left out Korean, Korea Daily found that the KoreanRead More

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