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[Upper East Side, New York] Finally The Wait Is Over, As The Highly Anticipated Second Avenue Subway Will Open On 3 New Stations, Many People Doubt That It Will Never Happen, But As Many People Except To One Day Come True, But In Reality I Will Believe It When I See It Come To Pass, As The Stations Will Resume To Be Opening At Noon.
After Years Of Building In The Underground Railroad On The Upper East Side Of Second Avenue, Train Workers and Construction workers have worked their way around the clock, as they build the ultimate subway station that will one day run on the New York City Transit System in twenty seventeen of the month in January.
The First Phase Of The Project Completes The Final Steps Of Building The East 96th Street, 86th Street And 72nd Street Stations with an all new Glass Design Featuring Not Only Escalators But Also Subway Elevators For Each Individual Subway Station, As The New York City Police And The State Of New York Officers Are Beefing And Tighten Up Station Entrance For The Opening Of The New Three Stations 72nd, 86th & 96th Street Lines.
It’s the largest expansion in the system in 50 years, expanding more than thirty blocks and costing roughly $4.6 Billion Dollars, that had been rejected so many times over the years, It has first been proposed in 1920, then it has been delayed in the 1930’s, 1940’s & 1970’s that the skepticism are remained high long after the second ave subway project construction restarted In 2007.
The MTA Announces The Introduction Of The New Second Avenue Subway, Starting With The Q Line Service Beginning At The 96th Street Subway Station as New Yorkers and tourists gets excited to be into the subway station to get a front row seat, On Monday, January 9th, 2017 late night service will begin from 10PM through 6AM, shortly going from between Coney Island – 57th Street – 7 Avenue uptown to downtown on second avenue, and for the early morning rush at 6AM – 10PM service from 96th Street – 2 Avenue.
As I walk up my way to 63rd Street & 2nd Avenue I saw the glass design as it came about very much perfect and ready to go as the billboard calling the Q Line Service quote “Second Avenue Subway: Upper East Side to Coney Island A one-seat ride” end quote and showing it on the subway map as an example of where the Q line would travel to and from as it reach to it’s destination.
Many businesses from second avenue would have there hands full with customers, as for many who get off from the second avenue subway station, from not only restaurants but also in supermarkets too as for many who will be posting it on Social Media as they follow the Second Avenue Subway Social Media Page On Twitter.com/2ndAvenueSubway, Using the hashtag #SecondAvenueSubway, #FirstRide & #MyRide, this will become the greatest second avenue subway station, not only for New York City but also in New York State.
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[New York, NY] Lights, Cameras, Action!!! The models are all set and ready to party, but the many of models they are in total, the more loud pack excitement the crowd will be having and as many photographers to start taking pictures with, this Webster hall event has a total of eight sections in all and so far the marlin ballroom is one of the most biggest venue space I have ever seen, in terms of the DJ’s who plays the music and also getting their groove on.
At the Marlin Ballroom located at the Webster Hall on the east side of 125th East 11th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenue, The Olastyle fashion talent show has started no later than eight-thirty pm the models perform it on stage, where they eventually started in the center where as many photographers started to flick their cameras and along came the total of eighteen fashion models right in front of them as they walked upon the stage and came back down the stage stairway as the photographers directed and pointed to which the models should stand as they were taking the photos one by one, as I was sitting by the comfy chairs rooting and cheering for them hollering “Whoo Hoo”.
The eighteen fashion gorgeous models started with their design dresses first but then here comes the fun part that becomes very interesting as they started to changed into their bikini swimsuit look the photographers were very satisfied and please with their stunning gorgeous look so they decided to take some more, but in the meantime they all took a break with a light refreshments of cool drinks and when the fashion talent show was finally over at nine-thirty pm, Ms. Ola Hawatmeh and the 18 fashion models behind her take a bow as many photographers started to continued taking their pictures from the left, to the center and from the right corner of the main Marlin ballroom stage.
By Ryan Ngala
Digital Reporter, RTN News
What if you imagine that a rapper / pop star wanting to become a fashion model with many photographers flashing their photos as she strike a pose, the 26 year old Faith Jackson Eselebor also known as Barbee Eselebor spoke to STN News exclusively about having herself a good time while she was at the event in support of Olastyle Fashion, as she was wearing a hoodie but she also has great talented right in front of her both in rapping and modeling skills.
According to a website of RepeatingIslands.com, A United States – based actress, dancer, and singer Barbee Eselebor (whose real name is Faith Jackson Eselebor and whose parents hail from Jamaica and Nigeria), joins in suppport for the Olastyle Fashion Talent Show At The Marlin Ballroom In Webster Hall.
1. What Is Your Age, Name And Where Are You From?
BE: My name is Barbee Eselebor and I’m 26 years old.
2. How was the event exciting for you at the Webster Hall?
BE: I love the event, it was smashing to me.
3. How Was It Like To Perform on the runway on this historic occasion?
BE: I love it, It was an amazing historic moment to witness.
4. How was it like seeing a venue this big for you to perform in?
BE: It was very inspiring to work even harder to get where I am to perform at the Webster hall, It was such a blast.
5. Any Comments You Would Want To Add. (Ex. Social Media)
BE: The fans can follow me on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/officialBarbee.
While our conversation was over many photographers wanted to start taking more photos and also knowing that she is just an excellent woman at what she does, a dozen of gorgeous poses means a couple of photos from the photographers in an venue space for a special event Trish Ramado was the Host and Emcee for the Olastyle fashion talent show but out of all the models I seen, she will always be a one in a million.
By Ryan Ngala
Digital Reporter, RTN NEWS
What makes five out of the best hottest girls who has guts to walked up upon the stage along with the thirteen other models right in front of them, that doesn’t take no chances in risking just to show off a thing or two while they strike a pose, now that’s what I like to called fashion girl power but with all say and done, These girls just took time off there busy schedule just to show what they got it takes to be in the Olastyle fashion talent show at the Webster Hall.
Many photographers decided to take pictures with individual models right in front of them but knowing that they look so fashionably gorgeous in their stunning dress as they walked the Marlin Ballroom stage, Celebrity Fashion Designer Ola Hawatmeh designs each set of clothes for the fabulous 18 fashion models standing right behind her, but as these Five Models who were Anna Winter, Porcha Gordon, Claire Nam, Lori Spano and Rosy Ramchandani or Rosy R. for short speaks exclusively to RTN News, about how was the event so important to them and how they can reach their fans out on social media.
- RN: What Is Your Age, Name And Where Are You From?
Porcha Gordon, Age: 26 Born In Houston,TX But Originally From The Bronx, NY |
Anna Winter, Age: 26 Born In Sioux Falls, South Dakota But Originally From Astoria, NY |
Lori Spano, Age: 38 Long Island, NY |
Claire Nam, Age: 25 Korea | Her Inspiration To Go To University In New York
Rosy R, Age: 24 Queens, NY
- RN: How was the event exciting for you at the Webster Hall?
AW: I love Ola Hawatmeh and wanted to work with her for the past year.
PG: The event was awesome – I am very excited to be able to participate in the show.
LS: A lot of fun, very friendly and very nice people.
RR: I love that many of the photographers were here in show of support for us and the talent we bring at the Webster Hall.
CN: I never imagine being on stage, and I really like the design of the dress that Olastyle made.
- RN: How Was It Like To Perform on the runway on this historic occasion?
AW: A very long final bow – very fun.
LS: Really exciting and very liberating.
CN: I love cool music and the flow, DJ plays the music and make everyone feel that they are here to celebrate for their own stuff.
RR: It was amazing, fun and very different.
- RN: How was it like seeing a venue this big for you to perform in?
AW: We owned it and used all the space.
PG: It was unlike any other experience.
LS: Big room, small room is all the same.
RR: It was really fun, interesting and neat. This is my first time modeling.
CN: I like the way how the designer and model perform together at the same time, Fantastic.
- RN: Any Comments You Would Want To Add. (Ex. Social Media)
AW: My fans can also follow me on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Twitter at
http://www.instagram.com/annawinter119 | http://www.facebook.com/annawinter | https://www.linkedin.com/pub/anna-winter/5b/601/a27/ | https://www.pinterest.com/annawinter119/ | https://twitter.com/AnnaWinter11
PG: Ola is an amazingly fashion designer and her line is just perfection.
You can follow me on Instagram and Twitter:
LS: I will love to do this again.
RR: You can also follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
CN: My website is http://www.ClaireNam.com | Follow me at Instagram on http://www.Instagram.com/Wasavvi | Follow me on LinkedIn on https://www.linkedin.com/pub/claire-nam/a6/646/8 | Follow Me On Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/clairewasavvi
During our interview now officially being over as I speak, all of the models are there being speak to other people of how the event went and what not and seeing that my time spending with them did not go to waste, My exclusive interview features one by a rap artist turn model named Barbee Eselebor (Whose Real named is Faith Jackson Eselebor according to RepeatingIslands.com). But no comment on Trish Ramado & James S. Ryan Or Ola Hawatmeh reaction of the event they went because it was such an amazing day.
The Elaine Marie Cruz Interview: In Her Own Words About The Italian Fashion Talent Show At The Skyroom Penthouse
By Ryan Ngala
Digital Reporter, RTN News | RTNNEWSOnline.Blogspot.com
She’s a force to be reckoned with, not because of her high hopes and accomplished goals that she will be setting for herself in the near future, but that she believe in herself in anyway possible, a Queens, New York native who she’s also a dancer, singer, actress, smart, good looking and wears a good looking outfit, that scores the entire audience as she walk down the runway during the anticipation of the Italian Fashion Show At The Skyroom Penthouse.
She describes the moment living her life before she was even becoming to be a fashion model as she tells RTN News’ Ryan Ngala her reaction to become one of the six models to be even taken herself a risk but she has no fear when it comes to her being independent and doing her own thing but she’s so photogenic.
1. What Your’s Name And Age?
Elaine Marie Cruz, 27 Years Old
2. What do you love about this event, Is it amazing as you would even imagined It To Become?
EMC: The Crowd, Reaching out to the customers at the Skyroom Penthouse and the interviews after I walked the runway. I have such amazing fans too. It’s always fun modeling.
3. How has the fashion talent show developed In your career by modeling, the creator Ms. Pamela Quinzi that design your own clothes creativity?
EMC: It’s given me more exposure. I have been modeling since at the age of 5. I have been on the red carpet for VH1, etc.
4. What type of store brand do you want to see yourself being displayed in? (For Example: H&M, Old Navy or Gucci)
EMC: Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, BeBe, etc.
5. What do you love most about fashion?
EMC: It’s a form of art where I can express myself and be a good role model.
6. Any Comments You Would Like To Add.
EMC: You can always follow me on Facebook, Google+, Instagram And Twitter
She will be doing more events like these and so on, her career has been so straight forward but knowing her own style and critique and what clothes she wears, I know she’s going to killed it, And knowing that her fans will support her too, she has been modeling even though that’s her talented skill in wanting to do something big in the fashion world, but if she want it she has to go for it and take it cause there’s no limit to what she can do in the long run if she only believe in herself.
By Ryan Ngala
Digital Reporter, RTN NEWS
New York – When there is a passion for fashion in everything that we do, there are models who are always willing to dress to impress for the entire audience to see, located at the Skyroom Penthouse at 330 West 40th Street, on both 33rd And 34th floors of the tallest building in Manhattan where the city never sleeps and where there is always room for fashionista fans gathering for their center of attention.
This event was sponsored by NYCFashionSociety.com, A Meetup Group based on events that talks about the latest events on all things fashion in the New York City Community and Pamela Quinzi The Fashion Designer and Executive Director in making this event possible than ever before, it was six – fifty three pm as many people arrived at the Skyroom Penthouse which was exactly than 7 minutes on the dot to get to the 33rd floor as many people got in before or after their book bag and luggage was securely check, a total of 100 Meetup people attended to see the Italian Fashion talent show at exactly nine – thirty pm.
At 8:30pm many people had went up to the roof to see the bird’s eye view of the Manhattan skyline, got themselves a couple of drinks, talk a bit and just have a really good wonderful time, Mr. Lyndon help set up the event with a Dj even playing the music by up to 23 songs sung by potential artists such as:
1. Truffle Butter (feat. Drake & Lil Wayne) By Nicki Minaj
2. Worth It (feat. Kid Ink) By Fifth Harmony
3. Hey Mama (feat. Nicki Minaj & Afrojack) By David Guetta
4. Blurred Lines (feat. Pharrell & T.I.) By Robin Thicke
5. Time Of Our Lives (feat. Pitbull) By Ne-Yo
6. Freaks (feat. Nicki Minaj) By French Montana
7. Talk Dirty (feat. 2 Chainz) By Jason Derülo
8. Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) By Mark Ronson
9. Burnin’ Up (feat. 2 Chainz) By Jessie J
10. Buzzin’ By Mann
11. Crazy In Love (feat. Jay-Z) By Beyoncé
12. Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) By Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
13. We Can’t Stop By Miley Cyrus
14. Problem By Ariana Grande & Iggy Azalea
15. Wrecking Ball By Miley Cyrus
16. Young & Beautiful By Lana Del Rey
17. Roar By Katy Perry
18. Timber By Pitbull & Ke$ha
19. Turn Down For What By DJ Snake & Lil Jon
20. Gas Pedal (feat. Iamsu!) By Sage The Gemini
21. Paranoid By Ty Dolla $ign
22. B*tch Better Have My Money By Rihanna
23. Energy By Drake
At exactly nine – thirty pm this evening the Italian Fashion Talent Show was about to begin many photographers stood in line for the six models to showed up to take pictures while they were posing right in front of them, as the massive crowd was jam packed as it is with a lot of people to choose from, some visiting from France and Washington, D.C.
But one person tells Me that what the six models had may have done was so proactive:
NYC’s Italian Fashion Talent Show: Live At The Skyroom Penthouse Interview:
With Ms. Fatima Lalani
1. What Your’s Name And Age? Fatima Lalani, 29
2. What do you love about this event, Is it amazing as you would even imagine? No, The event suck to me, the models were so mediocre, I didn’t think the venue was not appropriate for this type of show that they were even doing in the process.
3. What do you love most about fashion? What I love the most is the models in general and of how they are taken a risk, to put themselves out there for the world to see.
The models had tons of gorgeous most beautiful dresses to wear on them, when the photographers started flicking their cameras until nine-thirty nine pm as the show approximately ended at the time, As the night was still young and many people started to exit the Skyroom Penthouse at exactly ten o clock pm this evening, they all left with smiley faces on their cheeks and thought about what a good time it must be to see the show as they witnessed it with their very own eyes.
Reporting from the Skyroom Penthouse in Midtown Manhattan,
I’m Ryan Ngala, RTN NEWS, New York.
By Ryan Ngala
Finally comes the best events of the Games: the 11-12, 13-15, & 16-18 year olds competed in the 4×200 meter relay; four students from each site group ran in this event at his or her own pace, From what I saw, the students who won the 4×200 meter relay ran the fastest of all. Just to see who reached the finish line, the winners who earned the Bronze, Gold and Silver medal, were from A Cut Above, Truce Fitness and Promise Academy One.
The sickening, rubber-necking front page story on the New York Post.
Imagine how this man’s family feels.
Uniformed and plainclothes police officers stand outside a New York subway station after a man was killed after falling into the path of a train, Monday, Dec. 3, 2012. Transit officials say police are investigating whether he could have been pushed onto the tracks. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
By Ryan Ngala
[Times Square, New York] Since the day after the incident on Monday evening, the suspect no one has been arrested. Police are investigating the tragedy and are asking the question, ‘Who would do something like this?’ But as the police officers are continuing to pursue this case determined to track down the subway murderer who pushed the victim on to the tracks.
Police last night were questioning one suspect thought to have pushed the 58-year-old Queens father to his death, officials said. The incident was broadcast over the news and throughout the media; it also appeared on the front page of the New York Post. A suspect was identified and taken into custody on Tuesday after investigators recovered security video that showed a man fitting the description of the suspect; he had been working with street vendors near Rockefeller Center, said NYPD spokesman Paul Browne.
When the accident occurred on Monday afternoon, witnesses told investigators they had seen the suspect talking to himself before he approached the victim, Ki-Suck Han at the Times Square station. The two got into an altercation, and the suspect pushed Han into the train’s path.
Was anyone brave enough to save Han before he died on the tracks? Unfortunately there were no heroes who came forward to save him in the 22 seconds before the train struck. The NY Post published a photo of the victim on its front page. Han was depicted with his head turned toward the train, his arms were reaching up, but he was unable to climb off the tracks in time.
Freelance photographer R. Umar Abbasi, who was waiting to catch a train, was interviewed on NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday. He told reporters that he wasn’t trying to take a photo of the victim, but that he was trying to alert the motorman of the approaching train by flashing his camera. “It took me a second to figure out what was happening … I saw the lights in the distance. My mind was to alert the train,” Abbasi said. “The people who were standing close to him … they could have moved and grabbed him and pulled him up. No one made an effort,” he added.
Soon after the incident, several other news media networks chimed in on the controversy. Many readers questioned why the photograph had been taken and published as the front cover of the New York Post newspaper.
“I’m sorry. Somebody’s on the tracks. That’s not going to help,” said Al Roker on NBC’s “Today” show as the photo was displayed.
Larry King reached out to followers on Twitter to ask this question:
CNN’s Soledad O’Brien tweeted: “I think it’s terribly disturbing — imagine if that were your father or brother.”
The NY Post declined to share the photo with the Associated Press for distribution. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday that he believed that “in this case, it appeared to be a psychiatric problem”, and he said of Han, “if I understand it, tried to break up a fight or something and paid for it with his life.”
As the case developed and the police tracked down the Times Square subway murderer, it was revealed that he was a homeless drifter. He was arrested and charged this morning for allegedly tossing the victim onto the tracks where he was fatally crushed by the Q train. The perpetrator is Naeem Davis; he is in his thirties, and he confessed yesterday that he did push Ki-Suk Han. He told police that he “stayed and watched” as the train hit Han, but he had showed no remorse for what he did, another source said.
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