South Street Seaport Museum Announces Monthly Virtual Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music Just in Time For The 4th of July
South Street Seaport Museum’s monthly sea-music event Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music – the original NYC chantey sing, made popular on TikTok – continues virtually on Sunday, July 4, 2021 at 2pm ET. Broadcast live from the deck of Wavertree, this month’s sing-along will include patriotic songs in celebration of Independence Day.
Join a round-robin of shared songs featuring members of The New York Packet and friends. Listen in, lead a song, and belt out the choruses for your neighbors to hear on the first Sunday of every month. The event is FREE. Sign up here to receive the Zoom link 24 hours prior: seaportmuseum.org/chanteysing.
After years of meeting in person on the historic tall ship Wavertree, the event moved online in April 2020. Now in its second year of virtual incarnation, South Street Seaport Museum’s Virtual Chantey Sing has evolved into the preeminent virtual chantey sing in the world, featuring professionals and amateurs, old salts and new initiates, from across the street, across the country, and across the pond. South Street Seaport Museum actively recruits and supports new and diverse singers for each sing.
Old-time sailors on long voyages spent months living together in close quarters with no outside entertainment, no new people to interact with, a monotonous diet, and each day pretty much just like the day before. How did they keep their spirits up? Singing together! Work songs and fun songs, story songs and nonsense songs, songs of nostalgia and songs of up-to-the-moment news — all were part of the repertoire onboard. At South Street Seaport Museum, the Chantey tradition lives on. The July event will be hosted by Deirdre Murtha of The Johnson Girls with The New York Packet, a collection of traditional chantey singers in the New York area.
Many singalongs also include a virtual visit to one of the Museum’s ships and a chat with a member of the crew.
South Street Seaport Museum has also opened the 1885 tall ship Wavertree and is offering a FREE outdoor exhibition on Pier 16 to the public on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through October 2021, with timed entry, from 11am-5pm at Pier 16 (Fulton and South Streets). Entry is FREE and includes access to the ship’s outdoor areas, including the main deck and raised rear deck, and the cargo hold. Timed-entry tickets can be reserved at seaportmuseum.org/visitwavertree.
Additionally, the printers at Bowne & Co. will be offering free outdoor printing demonstrations using the Seaport Museum’s working collection of 19th century printing presses on the steps of 209 Water Street on Fridays and Saturdays every hour on the hour from 11am to 5pm. No tickets required, and visitors will get to take home a printed sample.
The New York Packet was established over 30 years ago as the official maritime singing group of South Street Seaport Museum. First singing on the iconic vessel Peking, they have endeavored ever since to keep chantey singing alive in lower Manhattan. Even when the Seaport encountered “heavy weather” during and after hurricane Sandy, the Packet found places to fill with sound while awaiting a return to their beloved ships at the Seaport. In May of 2019, the moment came when the Packet could return and sing aboard Wavertree. It was a magical and welcome moment.
About the South Street Seaport MuseumThe South Street Seaport Museum, located in the heart of the historic seaport district in New York City, preserves and interprets the history of New York as a great port city. Founded in 1967, the Museum houses an extensive collection of works of art and artifacts, a maritime reference library, exhibition galleries and education spaces, working nineteenth century print shops, and an active fleet of historic vessels that all work to tell the story of “Where New York Begins.” www.southstreetseaportmuseum.org#SouthStreetSeaportMuseum #WhereNewYorkBegins@SouthStreetSeaportMuseum – Facebook@seaportmuseum – Instagram@seaportmuseum – Twitter
Tabitha Brown That’s Your Business Farmer’s Market in NYC
Tabitha Brown is coming to NYC! On Tuesday, June 6th. Vegan actress and social media personality Tabitha Brown and McCormick will be hosting the free one-day-only “That’s Your Business” Farmer’s Market pop up from 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM (or until supplies last) at Studio 525 in Chelsea, NYC. Tabitha will be on-site to meet attendees and share all her favorite healthy eating tips and tricks!
The event will be in celebration of the recent launch of five new salt-free, vegan seasoning blends and recipe mixes as part of the McCormick by Tabitha Brown collection and will highlight local produce with family-friendly games and photo moments.
The location is at Studio 525, 525 W 24th Street.
Dance In Times Square Today
Ailey comes to Times Square for a series of free outdoor dance classes led by Ailey Extension instructors and NYC dance artists. Classes are open to people of all ages and all levels of dance experience!. These dance workshops are presented by Ailey Extension and one will happen today June 2 at 5pm, Broadway & 46th St. The class is Broadway Jazz with Judine Somerville to register click here.
On Wednesday, June 7 at 6pm, at Broadway & 46th St LiveDance /Time: Study III with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company co-presented with New York Live Arts
Culminating its 40th Anniversary celebration, the world renowned Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company makes its Times Square debut with /Time: Study III. This piéce d’occasion, featuring the outstanding performers of the company and guest musicians, marks the third annual New York Live Arts presentation in Times Square.
What You Need to Know About Choosing a Plumber
When a plumbing issue comes up, it can often be quite pressing to find a solution fast. Plumbers, emergency plumbers and this type of job often need sorting in a short timeframe, but how is it possible to find someone quickly that you can trust to do a reliable job? Well, there are certain things that you need to know about picking a respectable plumber, and this guide has all the answers. Read on to find out more.
There is a good chance that you found a plumbing recommendation through word of mouth or by asking on social media platforms like Facebook. This is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to discover local services in particular, and it’s great because it works! There will always be scams, and this can’t be avoided, but using social media and leaning on the reviews from people you trust in this context is a great thing to do. Not only are there written reviews on these platforms, but there are bound to be plumbers in the community that people will rave about.
The way a business opts to represent itself is a key factor in determining whether or not a customer engages with their services. If you see an actively managed social media page with fast responses, insight and a business who looks like they care enough to be involved, psychologically you are more likely to choose their services over someone who neglects the online world. It has become a benchmark for determining who will be suited for the job and who won’t, and in a lot of cases it does work.
The Initial Conversation
It is never recommended to hire someone without first speaking to them and gaining a sense of who they are and what they are able to offer. Often, one conversation is all you need to know to decide whether this is the person you trust to get the job done. The great thing about a serious plumber business like Yoder Plumbing is that they will always put customer service at the heart of what they do, alongside great plumbing skills too, and this is a great indicator that they’ll get the job done how you need it to be.
Their Qualifications and Certificates
Regardless of who you pick, they have to be practicing up to the required code otherwise your property is at real risk. If they are violating any regulations, your house may be unsafe, and your plumbing could fall apart fairly easily. There are always people out there with handy skills, but they haven’t taken the right tests to operate on their own two feet just yet. If you fall for these scams, you run the risk of losing money and having to start the process all over again. That is why you have to always check qualifications!
Finding a plumber, even when it is for an emergency, should always be researched first. Even if you only have a few short minutes, use it to read some past reviews and check out pricing. This is not something you can afford to get wrong, after all.
Memorial Day Sales
Memorial Day is the time to save on mattresses, furniture, TVs, appliances and grills and more. Here are some major savings to make your summer a little cooler.
ABC Carpet & Home: Get up to 30% off unique rugs, home furnishings, decor and more now through May 30.
Adidas: Shop athletic gear and loungewear up to 40% off right now.
Amazon: You can always count on Amazon to bring sizzling sales to the table — and right now you can shop all-time low prices across every category.
American Tourister: Shop luggage and travel accessories 30% off sitewide.
Amerisleep: You can get $450 off any mattress with code AS450 right now, plus 30% off adjustable bed bundles, 20% off pillows and more.
Anthropologie: Enjoy up to 40% off Anthro’s gorgeous home collection through May 29.
Beautyrest: Rest easy with up to $900 off your purchase of a Black or Black Hybrid mattress. Sale ends June 13.
Bloomingdale’s: Get up to 40% off summer essentials, plus take $25 off when you spend $100 on select items and use code TAKE25.
Blueair: If allergy season has got you sneezing, invest in an air purifier — select models are now up to 60% off at Blueair.
Casper: Now through June 6, the beloved DTC brand is offering 20% off mattresses, pillows and sheets sitewide, plus 10% off everything else.
Chewy: Get up to 30% off select pet furniture, toys and more.
Cole Haan: Get up to 50% off sitewide, plus additional perks in the coming weeks.
Crate & Barrel: Get up to 20% off select outdoor furniture, decor and grilling, plus 20% off upholstery and more.
Crocs: Get up to half off select Crocs styles this Memorial Day.
DSW: Channel your inner (budget-friendly) Carrie Bradshaw with these shoe savings — shop 25% off during DSW’s Friends and Family with code FRIENDLY25.
eBay: Take an extra 15% off a ton of products — from headphones to air purifiers to running shoes — using code MEMORIALDAY23.
Eddie Bauer: Shop bestsellers, new arrivals and your summer essentials up to half off.
Elizabeth Arden: Use code REFRESH at checkout to take advantage of a tiered promo: 20% off a $50 purchase, 25% off a $75 purchase and 30% off a $100 purchase, plus free shipping.
Fresh: Shop Fresh skin care and get up to 30% off — the more you spend, the more you’ll save.
Green Chef: Get up to 60% off plus free shipping with code GCMDW2023 and save on sustainable, organic and special allergy-friendly foods.
HelloFresh: Get 16 free meals plus free shipping from the popular meal kit delivery service with code HFMDW2023.
Ikea: Outfit your home with well-designed, affordable furniture from Ikea: right now, a bunch of outdoor furniture, plus appliances, shelving, lighting and more is up to 40% off.
Indochino: Get 20% off menswear sitewide with code WEEKEND.
J. Crew: Right now, snag 40% off almost everything, plus an extra 60% off sale styles with code WEEKEND. It’s your chance to save on everything from the brand’s linen shop to airy dresses and chic basics.
Lenovo: Get up to 75% off during Lenovo’s Memorial Day Sale, with laptops starting at just $229.
Le Sportsac: Now through May 30, shop stylish bags and Le Sportsac and get 20% off orders of $150, or $25 off orders of $200
Lifepro: Get up to 20% off fitness products sitewide through May 31.
Lovesac: Shop deals on comfortable and customizable home furniture built to last a lifetime — everything is 25% off through May 29.
Lowe’s: Shop all things home improvement and outdoor living during the Memorial Day sale at Lowe’s.
Lucky Brand: Get up to 40% off storewide, with denim at 30% off an an extra 15% off your order when you spend $150 or more.
Macy’s: Get 50% off all beauty products at Macy’s during the retailer’s 10 Days of Glam.
MoMA Design Store: Shop unique, design-forward homewares and more and score $20 off orders of$100 or more or $40 off orders of $200 or more with code SHOPMOMA.
Nordstrom Rack: The Clear the Rack Sale has kicked off, and you can score an extra 25% off clearance items for a limited time.
Overstock: One of Overstock’s biggest sales of the year is here, meaning you can score steep discounts throughout the month of May on thousands of home, kitchen and outdoor items.
Raymour & Flanigan: Get up to 30% off furniture and mattresses during this Memorial Day sale.
Samsonite: Gear up for summer travel with new luggage from Samsonite. Right now, the brand is offering 30% off sitewide for Memorial Day.
Sealy: Score 20% off with code P20 plus find additional savings on mattresses sitewide.
Serta: Save up hundreds on a variety of mattresses for any type of sleeper before the sale ends June 13.
Target: Shop for sunny days ahead with up to 30% off patio furniture, vacuums, kids’ toys and much, much more.
Tempur-Pedic: This month, save 30% off sitewide with code CLOUD30.
The Company Store: Now through May 29, shop 40% off bedding, bath and more.
The Container Store: Right now, spend $100 getting organized and get 25% off your order.
The Home Depot: Shop this massive Memorial Day Sale and score deep discounts on appliances, grills and more.
Tory Burch: Get up to 40% off a bunch of styles and upgrade your wardrobe for summer.
Urban Outfitters: A bunch of summer wardrobe classics — tanks shorts, sunglasses and more — are up to half off at Urban.
Walmart: Shop deals on everything from grills to beauty to kitchen appliances.
Wayfair: Shop the mega-retailer for deals up to 70% off indoor and outdoor furniture, appliances, decor and more.
Whirlpool: Get deep discounts on popular appliances, plus free delivery and installation when you spend $1,000 now through June 7.
Zappos: Zappos’ prices just got even lower thanks to the Joyfest promo, happening now through May 29. Save up to 60% on everything you need from brands like Sam Edelman, Adidas, Asics, Cole Haan, and many more.
Why You May Want to Use Tea Rinse for Your Hair?
Whether you need a quick detox or some other health benefit, green and black tea can be your source of energy and fitness. The herbal teas also contain anti-cacogenic properties. Some call it an all-rounder. But the beverage is for more than just oral consumption nowadays. The beauty industry has made note of its qualities. For instance, a few people keep readymade brewed tea packs in their fridges to use on their eyes. That’s one application. This component is also suitable for your irritated scalp and hair if you are unaware. Using tea rinse can be a go-to remedy or treatment for your overall scalp health and hair appearance, as touted by trichologists.
Do you wish to enjoy the difference? Explore a choice like Adaptogens Tea Rinse. These products use different ingredients for a specific purpose. For instance, you can find a solution that contains peppermint, grapefruit, pumpkin seed, Schisandra berry, etc. These things care for the overall health of the scalp and hair as they fight follicle damage and scalp stress while promoting healthy hair.
Benefits of green and black tea for hair
Hair experts believe that caffeine is an excellent stimulant for hair growth. Because of their caffeine content, green and black tea rinses are most common in at-home hair treatment. These help fight hair fall and aid hair growth. At the same time, your hair color and texture look at their best. The inherent Vitamin B compound keeps your hair well-hydrated. The antioxidant-rich green tea takes care of your hair and scalp while repairing and reinforcing follicles. The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities work well on irritated scalp and prevent dandruff. For dark-colored hair, black tea can be an alternative to maintain shine and shade.
No matter your pick, tea rinses can be your perfect salon-free, at-home beauty regime. It costs much less than other treatments while offering the desired results. You get many varieties in addition to green and black. Explore the correct options before deciding anything.
Using a tea rinse for hair
It’s a simple process that starts with finding the proper tea rinse from multiple options and setting it in boiling water for a few minutes to allow it to brew. After the brew cools down, you can apply it to your scalp and hair. The scalp should be clean. And if you have a scalp massager, you can put that too. Make sure you properly dry your hair. The tea rinse should stay around 30 minutes in your hair before washing it with water. Remember, using conditioner over shampoo after applying a tea rinse is better.
Generally, stores and beauty product manufacturers provide crystal instructions. You can follow them for the best results. Also, examining ingredients and where you buy them from is necessary to avoid disappointment. Regular use is recommendable to notice the sustained effects. If you stick to your hair care routine, your scalp and hair health will improve satisfactorily. You can take delight in the vibrant texture and color for a long time. So, pick an appropriate brand and tea rinse variety.
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