The Eleventh Hour Mindset



ELEVENTH HOUR MINDSET
NYC CHINATOWN AFTER COVID

 

"we're not trying to rebrand Chinatown,"
Kimberly Ho, 38, a partner in Potluck Club and
the granddaughter of the original owners of
Great N.Y. Noodletown, is quick to say. "We just
want to create a true representation of us as
American-born Chinese."

"This is the story of Manhattan's
Chinatown, born in another era
and yet urgently of this one, old and
new at once, ever in flux and yet
somehow timeless, if only in the
mind."

I feature NEW KAM MAN as it is one the oldest and original stores on Canal Street in Chinatown.  I have shopped there for twenty nine years.. it exceeds anyone's expectations of authenticity. I purchase jasmine loose tea by the pound, exquisite china bowls and other kitchenware.  I order via email now as I live in Florida.  NEWKAMMAN@yahoo.com 212 571 0171 www.kamman.com

@kamman.canal (Instagram)

This pocket of prized
downtown property squeezed between SoHo
and TriBeCa, two of the most
expensive neighborhoods in the city,
has to date mostly resisted wholesale demolitions.

 In the hands of civic
associations formed to govern the
neighborhood in the late 1800s and
organized by family or village ties,  It
has even expanded into new territory,
subsuming all but three blocks of
Little Italy, as well as the historically
Jewish section of the Lower East
Side. (The original Chinatown, to the
west, was settled by those with
origins in Guangdong Province, who
speak Cantonese; more recent
immigrants, from Fujian Province and
speaking Mandarin and Fujianese,
have staked a claim to the east.)

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/19/t-magazine/manhattan-chinatown-
neighborhood.html?smid=url-share

Kundalini Yoga HARIPRAKAASH: CROSS HEART KIRTAN KRIYA MEDITATION. This is a chant
meditation for ridding the past — HARIPRAKAASH says that it processes the past and then dumps it!

https://youtu.be/HboowUqCidk?feature=shared

 

WINE Best Non-alcholic drinks according to retailers

https://daily.sevenfifty.com/the-10-best-non-alcoholic-drinks-according-to-retailers/

 

For this installment of 'Navigating January' we are focusing on low alcohol wine. Yes, our natural wine-making style allows us to create a full flavored, dark red wine with only 10.5% alcohol by volume. We always recommend it as a 'lunch wine', but it will definitely hold up to dinner fare as well. If you are sticking to damp January we suggest a smaller glass of Noiret (yes, there is half the alcohol in 4 ounces vs. 8 ounces). But if you want the volume, how about turning Noiret into a red wine spritzer? One part wine with one part club soda or ginger ale over ice gets you in the 'hard seltzer' 5% abv range.

MY FAVORITE THINGS

DONATE to think! Chinatown https://ny.eater.com/2023/3/15/23639808/chinatown-2023-covid-restaurants

FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING: kick those thoughts to the curb

MINICOURS My E created by Valerie Hail. Choose one class $57 

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Six classes $237

Here's a quick video that is the introduction and first lesson. There is a free lesson in the video.

People can choose one lesson or six consecutive lessons

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Merci

CONTACT VALERIE:

Valerie@allinourminds.com

www.allinourminds.com  (COMING SOON NEW WEBSITE)

 


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