Timelines – November 3, 2016

Timelines – November 3, 2016

Carousel Cakes Expands Nanuet Location Rockland’s Carousel Cakes is expanding for the first time in 31 years. Martin Lefkowitz opened the in 1965, and the recipes for the bakery’s made-from-scratch goodies have stayed in the family. The Nanuet location opened in 1980, and the new expansion brings the shop a fresh new lobby and display […]

Hillary All in for New World Disorder

“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.” – Hillary Clinton, 2013, Quote from a paid speech by Hillary Clinton to Brazil-based Banco […]

E-cigarettes: The 8/8 Regulations Puffing Their Way to Clarity

The August 8th regulations have been regarded by many in the vaping industry as detrimental to the industry as a whole — and a massive setback to vaping innovation. Many small-scale vape shops, which are now classified as “manufacturers” by the new regulations, are being forced to pay heavy levies and submit to more stringent […]

Labor Day Wraps Up Cheapest Summer at Pump in 12 Years, $18.9 Billion Saved

FROM GASBUDDY With summer drawing to a close, motorists have enjoyed the cheapest summer at the pump since 2004, saving $18.9 billion over its duration versus last summer, a sweet note as they take to the roads to celebrate Labor Day. “As the holiday approaches, it’s true that gasoline prices have risen across the country […]

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