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Long Island Woman Receives Special Tribute On Her 100th Birthday

CBS New York

BAY SHORE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island woman received special honors on Monday as she celebrated her 100th birthday.

As TV 10/55 Long Island Bureau Chief Richard Rose reported, even as she enters her second century, she’s still very active in her community.

There was hearty applause from hundreds of well-wishers in Bay Shore, along with hugs, kisses and birthday wishes for a woman born during World War I and who immigrated to America from Italy with her family.

“I was only 3 months old when I came over, so from 1915 on,” said Mary Magnani.

Magnani is a rock star to the folks who know her so well. The longtime Suffolk County resident was first a teacher for more than 30 years and then a volunteer at Good Samaritan Hospital since it opened in 1959.

“She volunteered until she was 99 and when she couldn’t do that anymore, she…

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Coworking as a Business Opportunity

David Cummings on Startups

As the coworking space continues to gain attention, especially with the growth of the tech industry and reports of WeWork raising $335M at a valuation of almost $5B, more potential investors are drawn to the market. With the Atlanta Tech Village, we’ve had the chance to learn first-hand about coworking and flexible office space for over two years now, and have several thoughts on the market.

Here are a few pros and cons of coworking as a business opportunity:


  • Fulfills a growing desire for freelancers, entrepreneurs, and creative class employees to have a sense of community
  • Capitalizes on millennials entering the workforce and their expectations of a different office environment
  • Allows repurposing of existing office space into a higher value offering
  • Provides greater efficiency for business expenses like internet access, conference rooms, break rooms, etc. (e.g. with a direct lease, many items are dedicated that don’t need to be dedicated)


  • No barriers to entry…

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Making sustainability part of the business

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Some people see climate change as a distant threat whose severest impacts won?t be felt for decades. But the head of one of the world?s largest consumer products companies says it?s here now, and it?s hurting business.


Business cannot just be a bystander; you have to be an active participant…

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Renewed emphasis on low-carb eating

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My weight crept up, and when I read this post at, I realized why: I have fallen into eating more carbs. I like the Picadillo recipe, but I did realize how intensely carb-heavy raisins are—and I get too many raisins in a portion. As he points out in the post:


And my latest HbA1C was not 5.7% as it has been, but 6.0%: pre-diabetic. (Got the lab report today.) That is probably due to a combination of more carbs and more weight. So now I’m watching it.

If I’m honest, it wasn’t just the raisins in the picadillo. There were also a number (in two digits) of chocolate truffles over the past few weeks, dessert when we ate dinner in a restaurant—plus the bread at the restaurant and in a sandwich… I’m sure if I had been tracking my food I would find plenty of carbs sneaking in.


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