Friday Bulletin Paper Brené Brown

Timely nuggets of information and ideas we want to share with you.

The New York Times 2017/10/30/

Attention all you party animals! It’s been illegal for almost 100 years for anyone to dance in a bar or restaurant in NYC. Under the law (known as the Cabaret Law) bars and restaurants in NYC (there are about 25,000 of them) who did not have a special license (fewer than 100 did) could receive stiff fines for anyone found dancing inside. In the 1990s Mayor Giuliani revived the law as part of his ‘quality of life’ initiatives. That 1926 law has now been repealed. So, ‘cut loose, Footloose’!

Amazon Prime and Whole Foods have an app which will save you money.  If you are already an Amazon Prime member, download this free app and you will get extra savings on sale items at Whole Foods – and there are a lot of sale items.

Not a Amazon Prime Member yet? Here’s a link for a 30-day free trial; Amazon Prime

 Photo from Met website

The EmptyMet Tours are an opportunity to see The Metropolitan Museum of Art before it opens to the public. A guide will lead you through the collections spanning 5,000 years of history. Tickets also include same-day admission to The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters. You can buy an individual ticket for an EmptyMet tour, or reserve tickets for a group. Individual tickets start at $175.00.

Crayola is now making crayons for the face. The company has launched a beauty line in conjunction with ASOS with 56 products. There are blushes, eyeshadows, mascaras, face crayons suitable for eyes, lips and cheeks and highlighters. Prices range from $14.50 to $17.50 for single products. There are also combo packs and customizable lipstick palettes.