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- A Deep Dive Into New York's East Side Access Project
Sunday Apr 24, 2016
The East Side Access project will link the Long Island Railroad to New York City's Grand Central Terminal. Projected to be completed in 2022, it required construction of about eight miles' worth of tunneling in Manhattan and Queens. Photo: Denise Blostein/The Wall Street JournalSource: The Wall Street Journal: Greater New York
- Ariana Grande is in line to receive a special gift from the city of Manchester
By Sam Haysom - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Over three weeks have now passed since the explosion at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead and rocked the city of Manchester.
Ten days ago, though, the singer came back. One Love Manchester was a concert organised by Grande to raise money for the victims of the attack. It featured performances from Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, and many more.
Today, Manchester City Council announced that Grande will be given honorary citizenship to recognise the contributions she made to the city in the wake of the attack. Read more...More about Uk, Ariana Grande, Manchester, Manchester Attack, and Entertainment Source: Mashable!
- NEW! RI Blood Center Launches 'Someone Else" Campaign
Thursday Jun 15, 2017
The Rhode Island Blood Center is launching its first brand campaign to encourage new donors in a creative way and raise the overall profile/awareness of the nonprofit organization.
Developed with Nail Communications, the creative demonstrates how unfair it is for all of us to depend on "someone else" to donate life-saving blood. The spots show that "Someone Else" is actually just one guy -- who lives in Warwick, RI.
In addition to TV spots, the campaign includes radio, billboard, print and social media.
The dedicated site HelpSomeoneElse.org further introduces this lone donor and features information about where to donate blood. "Mr. Someone Else" -- an actor -- will be appearing in person throughout the community, including throwing out the first pitch at a Pawtucket Red Sox baseball game, going on talk shows and appearing at farmer’s markets.
"It was critical to the campaign to have someone who fit the role of a regular guy who is donating blood all the time even though he lives a busy life," says Kara LeBlanc, marketing communications manager, Rhode Island Blood Center. "He had to be lovable enough for people to want to help him out."
To encourage further interaction, the project invites people to text "Someone Else" to let him know that there’s a least one pint he won’t have to give. He will get back to you to say thanks and may even send you a photo of what he’ll be doing with the free time you just gave him, says LeBlanc.
- Grand Theft Auto modding project folds following Take-Two’s demands
By David Kravets - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
Dev says Take-Two told him that modding games is “an illegal activity.”Source: Ars Technica
- Millennials Love Email, But On Their Dual Inbox Terms
Friday Jun 16, 2017
One in two Millennials are making three purchases a quarter through branded emails that they keep safely stored in a second inbox.Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily
- Gates Foundation Announces Latest 'Grand Challenges' Grants
By email@example.com (Kyoko Uchida) - Monday Jun 19, 2017
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awarded Phase I grants of $100,000 to twenty-eight researchers working in four global health-related areas....Source: Philanthropy News Digest (PND)
- Subway Delays, Again, Disrupt Commutes; L.I.R.R. Will Offer Some Discounts
By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
In what has become a seemingly weekly ritual, a series of problems cropped up across the city during the morning rush, including signal issues and a train with mechanical problems.Source: NYT > Home Page
- Rhode Island bill sees highway surveillance cams ticketing uninsured motorists
By David Kravets - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
The $120 fines would be split evenly between contractor and the state.Source: Ars Technica