L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center Applauds Thousands of L.A. Unified School District Staff for “Coming Out” to Show Support for LGBT Students

Beginning today (October 11th) on the 25th National Coming Out Day, students in the nation’s second largest school district, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), will see thousands of their teachers and staff members “come out” by wearing badges that will identify them as allies for LGBT students, staff and families. LAUSD has more than 655,000 students enrolled in grades K-12, and its research indicates nearly 11 percent may identify as LGBT. Additionally, 16 percent have LGBT family members.

More than 30,000 educators, administrators and other staff of the L.A. Unified School District, the second largest school district in the nation, will begin wearing these badges to publicly identify themselves as LGBT allies. The "Out for Safe Schools" initiative, proposed and developed by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's Project SPIN (Suicide Prevention Intervention Now) will make LGBT students feel safer and more welcome and send an important message of acceptance to all students.  (PRNewsFoto/L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center)

More than 30,000 educators, administrators and other staff of the L.A. Unified School District, the second largest school district in the nation, will begin wearing these badges to publicly identify themselves as LGBT allies. The “Out for Safe Schools” initiative, proposed and developed by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Project SPIN (Suicide Prevention Intervention Now) will make LGBT students feel safer and more welcome and send an important message of acceptance to all students. (PRNewsFoto/L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center)

Leaders of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and LAUSD jointly announced the groundbreaking “Out for Safe Schools” Initiative, which was proposed and developed by the Center’s Project SPIN (Suicide Prevention Intervention Now), at a press conference held yesterday at the Miguel Contreras Learning Center. (Project SPIN is a coalition of organizations, the L.A. Unified School District, and community members working to provide support for youth who attend school within the Los Angeles Unified School District.)

LAUSD staffs who participate in the initiative will wear the rainbow badges in an effort to make the schools safer and more welcoming. More than 30,000 badges—which represents one-third of LAUSD’s entire staff—have already been requested and more are on order.

The badges, which will be distributed on National Coming Out Day, have the word “ally” in seven languages on the front and contain a handy list of district and community resources on the back. Continue reading

Join Adorama at the 2013 PDN PhotoPlus Expo for Special Presentations from Photography Experts, Exclusive Show Specials and More

STOP BY THE ADORAMA BOOTH FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A CANON EOS-5D MARK III DIGITAL SLR CAMERA BODY KIT; LEARN MORE ABOUT ADORAMA’S TOP-NOTCH SERVICES FROM PRO IMAGING EXPERTS AT THE PHOTOPLUS EXPO, HELD FROM OCTOBER 24-26 IN NEW YORK CITY

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Adorama (http://www.adorama.com/), the leading supplier of pro video, photographic and consumer electronics products, will be exhibiting at this year’s PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo. Visit Adorama at booth 1037 for speaker presentations and special appearances from some of the hottest photographers in the industry, including Joe McNally and Chase Jarvis. Adorama will also be raffling a Canon EOS-5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera Body Kit with Canon EF 24-105L Image Stabilized Lens. Visit the booth for a chance to win. No purchase necessary to be entered into the drawing. Running from October 24-26 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, the PhotoPlus Expo is the largest photography and imaging show in North America, attended by over 24,000 professional photographers and enthusiasts.

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ADORAMA: More Than a Camera Store

Adorama is more than a camera store – it’s one of the world’s largest photography, video, imaging and electronics retailers. Serving customers for more than 30 years, Adorama has grown from its flagship NYC store to include the leading online destination for photography, imaging and consumer electronics. Adorama’s vast product offerings encompass home entertainment, mobile computing, and professional video and audio, while its services include an in-house photo lab, AdoramaPix, pro equipment rental at Adorama Rental Company and the award-winning Adorama Learning Center, which offers free education for photographers in video channels such as the popular AdoramaTV.

At PhotoPlus Expo 2013, Adorama’s expert Pro Sales team will be on site to provide attendees with an overview of the best photography gear to help bring their creative visions to life. Representatives from Flashpoint, Adorama’s house brand of professional photography equipment, will be showcasing monolights and HDSLR shooters as well as products from Glow, Flashpoint’s brand new line of lighting accessories, and the recently launched 3Pod line of tripods and monopods. Visitors can also visit the booth to learn more about Adorama’s various programs and service offerings, including:

Adorama Rental Company – the largest inventory of the latest digital cinema and HD video cameras, DSLR and digital backs, lenses, lighting, computers and grips at the lowest rates in the industry

Trade & Upgrade – Adorama buys all models of photo and video equipment, lighting, lenses and accessories

Rent-to-Buy – Get up to 50% of one week’s rental price back when you make an Adorama purchase.

Visit Adorama for the following speaker presentations*:

Thursday, October 24th:

11:00 AM: Sal Cincotta, “Five Ways to Make Facebook Work For Your Wedding and Portrait Business”

12:00 PM: Doug Gordon, “The Posing Project”

1:00 PM: Tamara Lackey, “Quick Tips for Better Portrait Photography”

2:00 PM: Corey Rich, “Paralleling Still and Motion with Nikon HDSLRs”

3:00 PM: Rick Sammon, “Travel Photography”

4:00 PM: Joe McNally, “The Location and the Light”

Friday, October 25th:

11:00 AM: Rick Sammon, “Travel Photography”

12:00 PM: Doug Gordon, “The Posing Project”

1:00 PM: Sal Cincotta, “Five Ways to Make Facebook Work For Your Wedding and Portrait Business”

2:00 PM: Mark Wallace, “Photography and the Meaning of Life”; Talk followed by Q&A with Mark

3:00 PM: Corey Rich, “Paralleling Still and Motion with Nikon HDSLRs”

4:00 PM: Rich Harrington, “Timelapse in Photoshop”

*Presentations will run up to 30 minutes each

Adorama is a Proud Sponsor of Shoot NYC 2013

Join Adorama at Shoot NYC during the PhotoPlus Expo! Shoot NYC is an exciting and informative professional photographic forum based on the premise of sharing knowledge through educational seminars from top industry professionals and hands-on demonstrations of the latest photographic technology on the market today. Top industry professionals will host workshops and hands-on seminars in an array of subjects, whether you’re interested in fashion, portraiture, commercial, stock or repro. Register now here: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/7964657505

Barenjager (Original) Honey Liqueur Introduces New extensions to the Line, Barenjager Honey & Tea And Barenjager Honey & Pear

Barenjager, the original honey liqueur, is proud to introduce Barenjager Honey & Tea, a delicious blend of premium honey and tea liqueur; and Barenjager Honey & Pear, a delightful combination of premium honey liqueur and Williams pear brandy. Barenjager Honey Liqueurs boast a contemporary premium look that also honors and embodies the brand’s unique history and lore. During the 15th century, the Eastern Prussian bear trap company, Teucke & Konig, first introduced Barenjager which translates to “Bear Hunter.” In an effort to end the struggle between man and bear, this sweet concoction was the first professionally produced Meschkinnes – mead-like moonshine made from honey by beekeepers and farmers – and was formulated to aid hunters attract bears and lure them from their dwellings. The alluring spirit’s recipe was slightly altered in the 18th century and continues to serve as the original honey liqueur enjoyed around the world today.

Introducing Barenjager Honey & Tea And Barenjager Honey & Pear.  (PRNewsFoto/Barenjager Honey Liqueur)

Introducing Barenjager Honey & Tea And Barenjager Honey & Pear. (PRNewsFoto/Barenjager Honey Liqueur)

Barenjager Honey & Tea is the perfect combination of premium honey and tea liqueur made from all natural ingredients and no artificial flavors, offering an herbaceous nose, a sweet black tea and honey taste and a long finish of
lingering black tea notes.

Barenjager Honey & Pear is made with generous amounts of pure, real honey and high quality pear brandy sourced from Germany. The brandy is distilled exclusively from Williams’s pears, which are highly aromatic and flavorful. This unique blend results in a balanced and lightly sweet taste with an alternating pear and honey finish.

These two line extensions join the growing portfolio which also includes Barenjager Honey Liqueur and recently introduced Barenjager Honey & Bourbon which was launched in 2012. Each Barenjager product is hand-crafted by one of
Germany’s oldest family owned companies, Schwarze & Schlichte, with over 340 years of distilling knowledge and tradition. The Barenjager portfolio differentiates itself from other honey flavored spirits in the growing category by being made with pure, natural honey and no artificial flavors or ingredients. The base brand, Barenjager Honey Liqueur, is a 70 proof honey liqueur made from neutral grain alcohol and contains 300 grams of pure honey in each liter bottle.

Barenjager Honey & Tea and Barenjager Honey & Pear are available nationwide in the liter, 750ml, 375ml, and 50ml sizes. Suggested Retail Price of $28.99 (750ml). Best enjoyed neat, on the rocks or mixed in cocktails.

Dave Grohl to Headline Autism Speaks’ Third Annual Blue Jean Ball, Presented by The Guess? Foundation Honoring Chuck Saftler of FX Networks

With Special Performances by James Durbin, Rick Springfield, Ryan Bingham, and The White Buffalo

Hosted by Extra’s Maria Menounos and Actor Michael Chiklis

Grammy® Award-winning music legend Dave Grohl will headline Autism Speaks’ Third Annual BLUE JEAN BALL, Autism-Speaks-Logo-1024x998presented by The GUESS? Foundation, on Thursday, October 24, 2013, at Boulevard 3 in Hollywood. The Autism Speaks BLUE JEAN BALL is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for innovative autism research and resources for individuals and families affected by the disorder. Tickets, sponsorship opportunities and additional information are available at  http://events.autismspeaks.org/bluejeanball

The Third Annual BLUE JEAN BALL is honoring Chuck Saftler, President of Program Strategy and Chief Operating Officer of FX Networks, and Autism Speaks Board of Directors’ Member. Saftler will receive the tribute for his dedication to autism awareness. Hosting the event will be television personality Maria Menounos (Extra) and Emmy® Award-winning Actor Michael Chiklis (The Shield, Vegas, The Commish).

Autism is a general term used to describe a group of complex developmental brain disorders – autism spectrum disorders – caused by a combination of genes and environmental influences. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by communication difficulties, social and behavioral challenges, as well as repetitive behaviors. An estimated one in 88 children in the U.S. is on the autism spectrum – a 78 percent increase in six years that is only partly explained by improved diagnosis.

Dave Grohl.  (PRNewsFoto/Autism Speaks)

Dave Grohl. (PRNewsFoto/Autism Speaks)

Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization and is dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. Autism Speaks was founded in February 2005 by Suzanne and Bob Wright, the grandparents of a child with autism. Mr. Wright is the former vice chairman of General Electric and chief executive officer of NBC and NBC Universal. Since its inception, Autism Speaks has committed nearly $200 million to research and developing innovative resources for families. Each year Walk Now for Autism Speaks events are held in more than 100 cities across North America. On the global front, Autism Speaks has established partnerships in more than 40 countries on five continents to foster international research, services and awareness.

Dave Grohl is the lead vocalist, guitarist, and main songwriter for the Foo Fighters, a band he founded after being the drummer for the American grunge band Nirvana. Grohl is an eleven-time Grammy® winner, and was Grammy®-nominated a total of 25 times. He has also taken home an American Music Award and two MTV Music Video Awards.

Also performing will be rock artist Rick Springfield, who won a Grammy® for his No. 1 hit “Jessie’s Girl” in 1981 and received an additional three Grammy® nominations. Oscar® and Grammy®-winning artist Ryan Bingham will be performing as well. He recently wrote and recorded “Until I’m One With You,” the theme song for FX’s drama-series, The Bridge. Bingham performed and co-wrote Crazy Heart‘s (2009) award-winning theme song “The Weary Kid,” earning him an Oscar, Grammy, Golden Globe, and Critics Choice Award, with the American Music Association naming him “Artist of the Year.”

Also taking the stage will be American Idol finalist James Durbin, who is recognized for placing in the top four of Season 10, while openly sharing his challenges of living with Asperger’s and Tourette’s. In addition, The White Buffalo with singer/songwriter Jake Smith (Shadows, Greys and Evil Ways) will perform. World-renowned DJ “Splyce will be providing entertainment throughout the evening.

One in 88 children is currently diagnosed with autism, and the annual cost for families living with the disorder is an average of $60,000,” stated Matt Asner, Executive Director of Southern California for Autism Speaks. “Now, more than ever, we need to raise awareness and assure that research, advocacy and family service initiatives continue to be funded. What better way to make a little noise than with a rock and roll concert?

Past participants and honorees have included Sarah McLachlan, Toni Braxton, Paul Marciano, photographer Rob Shanahan, Sinbad, Brooke White, Raphael Saadiq, Sarah Shahi, Beth Reisgraph, Nikki Reed and Paul MacDonald, among others.

To learn more about Autism Speaks, please visit www.AutismSpeaks.org.

Ralph Lauren Celebrates The Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris

Images Photographed by Julien Hekimian/Getty Images for Ralph Lauren, Carter Berg and Chris Allerton

Andrew Lauren, Dylan Lauren, Ralph Lauren, Ricky Lauren, David Lauren, Lauren Bush Lauren - Dinner Space (Phot Credit: Carter Berg)

Andrew Lauren, Dylan Lauren, Ralph Lauren, Ricky Lauren, David Lauren, Lauren Bush Lauren – Dinner Space (Phot Credit: Carter Berg)

On Tuesday October 8th,Ralph Lauren to hosted an exclusive viewing of his fall/winter 2013 Collection show and private black-tie dinner in celebration of his patron sponsorship and commitment to a 2-year restoration program of L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts (The [French] National School of Fine Arts) in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (13 quai Malaquais – Paris 6e)

Guests included members of the Ralph Lauren Family (Mrs. Ricky Lauren in Ralph Lauren Collection black silk taffeta skirt and black jersey bodysuit, Mr. David Lauren, Mrs. Dylan Lauren in Ralph Lauren Collection silk georgette bustier evening dress, Mr. Andrew Lauren, Mrs. Lauren Bush Lauren in Ralph Lauren Collection black silk cady evening dress), H.S.H. The Princess Charlene of Monaco (in Ralph Lauren Collection custom amethyst silk taffeta evening dress with organza and organdy silk layers), Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein (in Ralph Lauren black silk dress with beading), US Ambassador to France Mr. Charles H. Rivkin, Mrs. Susan Tolson in Ralph Lauren Collection fuchsia satin evening dress, Ms Catherine Deneuve in Ralph Lauren Collection beaded evening skirt and cashmere top, Mrs. Charlotte Gainsbourg in Ralph Lauren Collection black textured crepe jacket and over-the-knee black boots with Ralph Lauren Black Label leather leggings and cashmere tank top, Mr. Lambert Wilson (in Ralph Lauren Purple Label navy tuxedo), Mr. Laurent Lafitte (in Ralph Lauren Purple Label velvet tuxedo jacket, tuxedo pants), Mrs. Alice Taglioni in Ralph Lauren Blue Label velvet suit and Ralph Lauren Black Label lace shirt, Mrs. Elin Kling in Ralph Lauren Collection black silk faille embroidered jacket, Mrs. Laurence Ferrari in Ralph Lauren Collection silk evening dress, Mr. Renaud Capuçon, Mrs. Arielle Dombasle, Mr. Jean-Jacques Aillagon, Mr. Frédéric Mitterrand, Mrs. Cherie Chung (in Ralph Lauren Collection black sable evening strapless dress, Ralph Lauren Fine Jewelry Monogram choker and Ralph Lauren Fine Watchmaking Slim Classique in 18K rose gold and white diamonds), Suzy Menkes, Mrs. Eriko Nakamura Barthes (in Ralph Lauren Collection ivory tulle beaded dress, Ralph Lauren Fine Watchmaking Slim Classique in 18K white gold with diamond baguette and white satin strap) and many other distinguished guests

Ralph Lauren, Catherine Deneuve, Ricky Lauren (Carter Berg)

Ralph Lauren, Catherine Deneuve, Ricky Lauren (Carter Berg)

Dylan Lauren, Andrew Lauren, Catherine Deneuve, Ricky Lauren, David Lauren (Carter Berg)

Dylan Lauren, Andrew Lauren, Catherine Deneuve, Ricky Lauren, David Lauren (Carter Berg)

Chantal Henckes, Ralph Lauren, Ricky Lauren, Geoffrey de Shapper Bruggeman (Carter Berg)

Chantal Henckes, Ralph Lauren, Ricky Lauren, Geoffrey de Shapper Bruggeman (Carter Berg)

The École des Beaux-Arts (The School of Fine Arts) is one of a number of influential art schools in France, the most famous being the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, now located on the left bank in Paris, across the Seine from the Louvre, at 14 rue Bonaparte (in the 6th arrondissement). The school has a history spanning more than 350 years, and have trained many of the great artists in Europe.

Ralph Lauren acknowledges applause following the presentation of the Ralph Lauren Fall 13 Collection Show at Les Beaux-Arts de Paris on October 8, 2013 in Paris, France. On this occasion Ralph Lauren celebrates the restoration project and patron sponsorship of L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts.  (Photo by Julien Hekimian/Getty Images for Ralph Lauren)

Ralph Lauren acknowledges applause following the presentation of the Ralph Lauren Fall 13 Collection Show at Les Beaux-Arts de Paris on October 8, 2013 in Paris, France. On this occasion Ralph Lauren celebrates the restoration project and patron sponsorship of L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts. (Photo by Julien Hekimian/Getty Images for Ralph Lauren)

The origins of the school go back to 1648 when the Académie des Beaux-Arts was founded by Cardinal Mazarin to educate the most talented students in drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving, architecture and other media. Louis XIV was known to select graduates from the school to decorate the royal apartments at Versailles, and in 1863 Napoleon III granted the school independence from the government, changing the name to “L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts“. Women were admitted beginning in 1897. In October 1898 after her third try, Julia Morgan of San Francisco, California, was accepted as the first woman to be enrolled in the Architecture Department.

The curriculum was divided into the “Academy of Painting and Sculpture” and the “Academy of Architecture“. Both programs focused on classical arts and architecture from Ancient Greek and Roman culture. All students were required to prove their skills with basic drawing tasks before advancing to figure drawing and painting. This culminated in a competition for the Grand Prix de Rome, awarding a full scholarship to study in Rome. The three trials to obtain the prize lasted for nearly three months. Many of the most famous artists in Europe were trained here, to name but a few, they include Géricault, Degas, Delacroix, Fragonard, Ingres, Monet, Moreau, Renoir, Seurat, Cassandre, and Sisley. Rodin however, famously applied on three occasions but was refused entry. Continue reading

Travel News: Air Canada Opens New International Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt Hub Showcasing Canadian Design and Artwork

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Air Canada today (www.aircanada.com) opened its newest International Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt International  Airport’s Terminal 1, Departures Area B. Located at Star Alliance’s largest airport hub and Air Canada’s second largest international station, Air Canada’s Frankfurt Maple Leaf Lounge is a serene, stylish oasis where eligible Air Canada andac_black (1) Star Alliance customers can rest, refuel or refresh before their flight in an inspiring, contemporary environment that is a celebration of Canadian design, artistry and craftsmanship.

Air Canada’s Frankfurt International Maple Leaf Lounge is the airline’s 21st Maple Leaf Lounge, and the fourth to open in Europe, along with Arrivals and Departures Lounges at London Heathrow and a Departures lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle. In the United States, Air Canada operates Maple Leaf Lounges at Los Angeles International Airport and at New York LaGuardia. In Canada, Air Canada has 15 Maple Leaf Lounges at airports across the country.

Each of the company’s 21 award-winning Maple Leaf Lounges are located at all major airports across Canada and at key international locations and provides a private, calm escape from the bustle of airport activity, offering an unrivaled level of service in a cozy, comfortable setting with clean architectural lines, warm natural colors, and breathtaking views.

Air Canada's Frankfurt International  Airport Maple Leaf Lounge

Air Canada’s Frankfurt International Airport Maple Leaf Lounge

Air Canada's Frankfurt International  Airport Maple Leaf Lounge - Reception Area

Air Canada’s Frankfurt International Airport Maple Leaf Lounge – Reception Area

The Maple Leaf Lounge’s industry-leading business centers are equipped with all the technological features and amenities to let you hit the ground running, from wireless Internet access and secure PC workstations. You can gain exclusive access to Maple Leaf Lounges on your next trip when you purchase a qualifying fare or show proof of a qualifying membership and enjoy the following amenities:

— Complimentary light snacks and alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages, including local beer on tap, cappuccino and espresso

— Wide selection of newspapers and magazines

— Sony High Definition televisions paired with Bell TV HD programming

— Complimentary Bell Datavalet High Speed Internet and Wireless to select Air Canada customers

— Hewlett Packard business centers featuring color laser printing and PC workstations

— Conference rooms in select locations

— Cell-Free Quiet Zones in select locations, and

— Courteous, helpful staff to assist you with all your travel needs

Air Canada's newest Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt Airport showcases Ontario Eramosa marble, Canadian-designed furniture and artwork.  (PRNewsFoto/Air Canada)

Air Canada’s newest Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt Airport showcases Ontario Eramosa marble, Canadian-designed furniture and artwork. (PRNewsFoto/Air Canada)

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Bond No. 9 Introduces The Scent of Peace for Him

At Bond No. 9, they view themselves as peacekeepers as well as perfumers. So now at last they are introducing The Scent of Peace for Him – the male counterpart of their No. 1 bestseller.

The best fragrances have a well-known calming effect on a deep psychic level. One spray, one sniff, and you’re instantly transported somewhere soothing. But back in 2006, Bond No. 9 decided to raise the ante on the feel-good sensations that scents produce. Specifically, they devised the world’s first eau de parfum with an overtly civic message—an homage to

Bond No.9 introduces The Scent of Peace for Him.  (PRNewsFoto/BOND NO 9 NEW YORK)

Bond No.9 introduces The Scent of Peace for Him. (PRNewsFoto/BOND NO 9 NEW YORK)

and a quest for peace. On a large scale, that meant peace and conflict resolutions among nations; on the smaller scale, it meant harmony and equilibrium on personal level. Quickly the grapefruit-lily-cedar-scented Scent of Peace became our Number One best-seller—among women.

The scent is a soothing and assured modern masculine blend, composed of both contemporary and traditional fragrance notes. It begins with classic bergamot—a winter citrus with a soft tang. That’s combined with two new flavors: ripe, juicy, tangy pineapple and juniper berry, hinting of both pine and greenery. These segue into the heart notes: blackcurrant—the fresh and elusive smell of cassis; calming cedarwood; and cool, musty, smoky vetiver—a mainstay of men’s perfumery. The Scent of Peace for Him then evolves into its durable base notes, which give it lasting power. Patchouli, amber, and musk—a seductive trifecta; plus moss, adding an earthy forest note.

The bottle is a study in simplicity: Allowing the sleek lines and angles of the Bond No. 9 superstar flacon to come to the fore, it is rendered allover in a deep, rich, resonant royal blue—approximating the color of a business suit, and accompanied solely by a jaunty black leather bow tie round its neck. Blue, of course, is the color of peace, stability, tranquility, and calmness, shown by scientific studies to slow the metabolism. Dark blue, in particular, traditionally identified as a male color, is associated with expertise and stability.

Peace, say the pundits, is possible. Bond No. 9’s contribution to the cause is to make it airborne—now for men as well as women.

It is fitting that this new artisanal eau de parfum should be designed and made in New York—Bond No. 9’s home town, and the inspiration for our entire collection of metro-scents. Home to the United Nations, it is also a city where disparate neighborhoods thrive in proximity and sometimes blend (like a beautiful perfume). And of course the events of 9/11 have underlined for us and the world the importance of tolerance and detente.

Appearing on-counter November 1st 2013, The Scent of Peace for Him will be sold at Bond No. 9’s five New York stores, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and bondno9.com. Price: 100ml, $250; 50ml, $180.