A unique column of finds
in New York from the eyes of someone who is a discoverer...Rhonda Erb
Lord & Taylor
Cotton Dobby Stripe Fit and Flare Dress:
Blue and white stripes lend a nautical feel to this flirty
spring dress. It has a flattering scoop neckline and a pleated skirt.
A woven blend of cotton and Tencel make this shirt
incredibly soft and comfortable on warm weather days. It features a hidden
button down collar.
Mens Washable Bahama 2-Eye:
The classic boat shoe is now available in a machine
washable, supple suede nubuck. In addition to being ultra easy to care for,
these shoes are hand sewn for durability and have a cushiony removable footbed.
Bourke Pansy Leisure Tote:
This roomy carry all is a breath of spring in a coated
cotton fabric that is covered with brightly colored flowers. Inside there are
pockets to hold your wallet, cell phone and other essentials. The zip closure
bag is available in three floral prints.
Kids (and parents) will love these cute mobile device cases
that look like whimsical animals. They fit most Smartphones and MP3 players and
have a microfiber compartment that protects and cleans the device's screen.
There is an additional pocket to hold other personal items and the cases are
The arrival of springtime means Easter is right around the
corner. Get ready for the holiday with Papyrus cards and decorations. They have
everything you need for the big egg hunt, from cards to Easter baskets and
Flight In The Age Of Dinosaurs at The American Museum of Natural
The museums latest exhibition explores
the world of the flying reptiles that ruled the skies when dinosaurs walked the
Earth. The exhibition includes a life size model of the largest known
pterosaur: the Quetzalcoatlus northropi, which had a 33-foot wingspan. There is
also an interactive exhibit that allows you to pilot a flying
pterosaur using motion-sensing technology. The exhibition will be open from
April 5, 2014, to January 4, 2015.
Educators at the American Museum of Natural History worked
with high school students in the museums Science For The Win Afterschool
Program and game designer, Nick Fortuno to create a card game in conjunction
with AMNHs newest exhibition. The game is based on a biodiversity game
called Phylo and allows everyone to take Pterosaurs home, even if you
cant make it to New York. Free playing cards can be downloaded on the
AMNH website and there is also a free mobile app you can download to trigger
Augmented Reality on special cards.
Better Bets: Spring at Last!
DFR: Daily Fashion