Con Edison / Consolidated Edison Company of New York – Unsafe equipment left on sidewalk and curbside, Review 1125458

Location: 430, 432 and 434 lafayette avenue, brooklyn ny

1) over a week ago a con edison contractor left saddles piled up and a plate on the curbside and cables at the edge of the sidewalk.
2) garbage is collecting between equipment making it difficult to clear same.
Homeowners are at risk of being issued violations due to their inability to clear garbage.
3) some of the cable covers are dislodged and are contributing to a fall risk.
4) it has created a negative impact on our environment.

removal of equipment before the end of this week to prevent falls as well as facilitate garbage removal. It is an eyesore.

On behalf of all homeowners,

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Erma and Dorla Alleyne

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Wendy Williams’ Son Kevin Hunter Jr. Arrested for Punching Father Kevin Hunter Sr.

  • Wendy Williams‘ son Kevin Hunter Jr. and his father Kevin Hunter Sr. reportedly had an altercation that resulted in police intervention.
  • Wendy filed for divorce from Kevin in April.

    Wendy Williams’ son Kevin Hunter Jr. was reportedly arrested after an altercation with his father, Wendy’s soon-to-be-ex Kevin Hunter Sr., per TMZ.

    The incident happened on Wednesday. Wendy dropped her son off at their family home in New Jersey so he could pick something up. He wasn’t aware that his dad would be there. Even though Wendy was supposed to come back pretty quickly, Kevin Jr. and Kevin Sr. decided to make a trip to the grocery store together.

    While they were there, they reportedly got into a fight over Kevin Sr.’s demands for child support from Wendy. TMZ claims Kevin Sr. said Wendy was trying to “brainwash” their son against him. That’s when Kevin Sr. allegedly put Kevin Jr. in a headlock, and Kevin Jr. punched him in the face to get out of it.

    Here’s part of the issue, according to the outlet: “Sources with knowledge of the argument say Kevin Sr. has urged his son for a long time to carve his own path to success. We’re told things bubbled over Tuesday night when the conversation continued, and Sr. told Jr. he needed to work hard on his own and without Wendy’s handouts.”

    Kevin Sr. will not be pressing charges. “I love my son very much and I will not be pursuing this matter legally. Things are not always how they appear,” he told TMZ.

    Wendy filed for divorce from Kevin Sr. in April because he reportedly fathered a child with his mistress. As part of their divorce, they’ve severed all their business ties. He’s no longer a producer on The Wendy Williams Show and they’ve dissolved the charitable foundation they started together.

Apollo Pharmacy / worst customer service

Apollo pharmacy in podili, prakasam district are troubling us each and every time. Today I have requested for emergency medication to my wife who is suffering from severe fever and medication for my daughter.. they denied to deliver.. they don’t even care when I told them that I will raise complaint about the problem.. when you can’t deliver medicines in proper time don’t advertise that “home delivery is available”.. write ” home delivery is available when we are free at our convenient “

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O. Vine Wine Water Now Exists Just in Time for Hot Summer Days

If you love the taste of wine, but can’t or don’t drink alcohol, an Israeli startup has created a miracle drink with your name on it: O. Vine Wine Grape Infused Water.

The drink plays on the ‘near water’ category that has everyone and their mother launching new seltzers, teas, and other lightly flavored bevs. This one mixes the smell and taste of wine with pure spring water. The drink is non-alcoholic, which may be good or bad in your eyes, but it does contain the good-for-you parts of wine by using extracts from wine grape skins and seeds. One of the compounds found in grape skin, resveratrol, may help boost cardiovascular health and protect against cancer. Pretty sweet perk for a mid-afternoon pick me up.

“Our mission was to create a pure water sensation that not only inspires consumers to appreciate wine’s complex flavors and aromas, but also leverages sustainable principles by reusing the skins and seeds from the wine grapes remaining from the winemaking process,” CEO of Practical Innovation Tal Leizer said in a press release.



O. Vine could be especially appealing to pregnant women who miss the taste of wine but obviously shouldn’t be drinking anything with alcohol. It comes in still and bubbly flavors in both red and white varieties — there’s a cabernet, syrah, merlot, and petit verdot for red fans and a riesling and gewürztraminer for white drinkers. No word on where it will be sold yet, but keep an eye on the company’s website for more details.

All Male Bachelor Bachelorette Show Watch Parties Hannah Brown

Inside a crowded apartment in New York City’s East Village, it’s Monday night, which means one thing: The Bachelor. Like he does every week, Doyle Stack, 29, has invited a bunch of former fraternity bros to his watch party. Sometimes it’s just a handful of dudes, but on a good night, he’ll squeeze eight of his buddies onto his massive couch.

Where you’d expect cans of Natty Ice, there’s a bottle of red wine. Where the obligatory pizza boxes should be, there are bento boxes of sushi. The situation requires a bit more class—and a lot more commitment—than the average beer-and-big-game get-together.

Crowded around the TV, Stack and his friends ask the same questions floating around every Bachelor watch party across the country: Would you date them? Is she really into him? What is he/she thinking? The only thing that makes this party remarkably different from the ones we’re used to hearing about is that the guest list is made up entirely of straight men. Girls aren’t even invited.

For all of The Bachelor franchise’s reign, the popular narrative has always been that the product is made for straight women. Look no further than the fairy-tale tropes—castles, horse-drawn carriages, formal gowns—that appear every season. It’s basically Cinderella with tequila shots. But that long-held assumption about who comprises Bachelor Nation just isn’t true.

A representative from ABC told Cosmo that over the past 10 seasons, somewhere between 25 and 27 percent of the audience has been male. And recently, the show has started blatantly marketing to its male fan base: launching an official fantasy league in 2017 and choosing to show men at those watch parties that Chris Harrison surprise-visits during live episodes.

So why are so many guys watching? I asked 14 men who are devout citizens of Bachelor Nation. Only five said they joined the fandom on their own, without being introduced to the show by a woman close to them. Daniel Gardunio, a 31-year-old Brooklynite, started watching in 2012 because “so many of the funny people I ­followed would ­live-tweet The Bachelor and I started getting FOMO.”




Everyone else was lured in by a girlfriend or, sometimes, their family. Conor McKeon, 32, is a lifelong fan. He started watching with his mom (and dad) as a teen, and the three still text after the show. (Cell network providers must love The Bachelor, come to think of it—even Stack and his friends are “texting in the group thread well into the night and for the next few days,” he says.) “I’m very wary of anyone who is immediately dismissive of it,” McKeon says. “It’s like being dismissive of pro wrestling or college sports.”

For some, the appeal is more romantic. “When there’s a real connection, it’s really sweet to watch and it makes me happy,” says Jake Geer, a 28-year-old in Raleigh, N.C. “I’m really empathetic to the breakups because I had a horrible one at the end of college that put me in misery for months, and I can feel exactly what they’re feeling when they’re heartbroken,” he says.

Travis Halff, a 28-year-old in Austin, Texas, is entering his ninth season of fantasy league. For two seasons, he won what his league calls the Chris Harrison Award for Excellence in Matchmaking, a trophy granted to the player with the best guesses for the season. Yes, it’s an actual trophy. His name is engraved on it, along with other winners’.

As for now, the men are split on new Bachelorette Hannah B.



“I’m expecting a lot of immature, cocky 23-year-old frat boys, so that should be painful and entertaining,” says Adam Scouse, a 31-year-old in Raleigh, N.C. Others, like Stack, worry she’ll get overwhelmed. They all plan to tune in. “I can’t help it—the show makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside,” says Stack.

McKeon agrees. “People say, ‘How can you watch that show? It’s just a bunch of attractive people going on TV and proclaiming their undying love for someone they haven’t met!’” he says. “And I’m like, how can you not watch that? That’s so fucking fascinating!”

The Tog Shop – Phone orders, catalog, orders and catalog changes, Review 1125459

220 HICKORY STREET WARREN, PA 16366, United States

Customer service is zero stars out of 10…
Called 800-367-8647 on hold for 41 minutes before I hung up.
Called 800-367-8647 on hold 22 minutes before I hung up…
Called a 3rd time on hold 43 minutes before I hung up.
The same very poor service at appleseeds catelog order and customer service
Don’t bother to call!
The tog shop should be avoided!

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Everlane’s ‘Choose What You Pay’ Sale Adds New Styles for Memorial Day

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A closet overflowing with leggings is awesome—until, you know, you need something to wear to work that isn’t of the spandex variety.

A well-rounded closet also needs a few structured pieces (for balance, of course)—and when it comes to chic and comfortable basics, Everlane is a go-to. Now, for Memorial Day Weekend, Everlane’s adding even more styles to their “Choose What You Pay” section.

Yep, you heard that right. This special sale section gives you the power to select your own price, with discounts up to 45% off, on current-season styles. Go ahead and add your faves to your cart—but do it quick, the sizes are already dwindling.

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1 The Denim Jacket


Throw this relaxed dark wash denim jacket over absolutely anything and you’ll ooze cool. Bonus: The rigid Japanese fabric only gets better with wear.

2 The Soft Cotton Popover Shirt


This collarless classic shirt is available in blue or grey stripe and white. It can double as a swim cover-up.

3 The Cotton Collarless Belted Shirtdress


This bright striped shirtdress includes a belt at the waist and has pockets. The lightweight pinpoint Oxford cloth also won’t make you break a sweat on even the hottest days.

4 The Clean Cotton Split-Back Crop Top


Beat the summer heat with this split-back crop top in a brilliant bright blue. (And maybe spring for the matching blue skirt to match.)

5 The Long-Sleeve Box-Cut Tee


This super-soft T feels like actual PJs. It’s made of combed cotton that gets softer with every wash.

6 The Japanese GoWeave Tank Wrap Dress


This wrap dress is the perfect companion for summer getaways. It’s made of wrinkle-resistant Japanese GoWeave fabric and below-the-knee skirt is flattering on everyone.

7 The High-Rise Skinny Jean


These premium Japanese denim skinny jeans are made in an ethical factory (that mans fair wages, reasonable hours, and  a nice environment for workers). Plus, they have just enough stretch for a sleek, flattering fit.

8 The Lightweight French Terry Shrunken Hoodie


This cropped hoodie is made of breathable French terry, so you can wear it through the summer. It also features a convenient kangaroo pocket in front.

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‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 7 News, Cast, Release Date, and Spoilers

Orange is the New Black is BACK! Well, almost. The seventh season of the prison dramedy that has given us some of the most iconic characters of all time will be ready to stream super soon. The series looks very different than it did when it started out in 2013, so who knows what kind of tricks Netflix has up its sleeve with this one? Here’s everything you need to know about the latest season.

Season 7 will be the last of the entire series.

This might not be news to you, since the series was renewed for only three additional seasons after season four premiered in 2016.


“After seven seasons, it’s time to be released from prison,” says showrunner Jenji Kohan. “I will miss all the badass ladies of Litchfield and the incredible crew we’ve worked with. My heart is orange but fade to black.”

It’s sad to say goodbye to OITNB, we all kind of knew this was coming. The series is based on the book by the real-life Piper (Kerman, not Chapman), and although the show is very different from her actual experience, her character had to get out eventually, right? The real Piper was only in prison for 15 months!

It will be available to stream this summer.

You can start watching season seven as soon as it hits Netflix on July 26. That gives you just enough time to binge all of the old episodes once more.

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The teaser will put you right in your feels.

It doesn’t give us any footage from the actual show, but it does give us a behind-the-scenes peek. The cast is singing the OITNB theme song, “You’ve Got Time” by Regina Spektor. Take a look:

Side note: is that really what Laura Prepon’s singing voice sounds like? Not sure what her post OITNB plans are but maybe she should try her hand at music? LOL, just sayin’.

You can see a preview of season 7 in these photos, though.

Look, Piper’s out! In the real world! With regular clothes on!

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But…it looks like basically everyone else is still in prison.

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It looks like most of your favs will be back.

OITNB has killed off some of the best characters (I will miss Poussey forever, btw), but lots of the OGs have made it through to the final season. From the teaser and photos, it appears that Taylor Schilling, Uzo Aduba, Laura Prepon, Danielle Brooks, Dascha Polanco, Taryn Manning, Adrienne C. Moore, Diane Guerrero, Jackie Cruz, Natasha Lyonne, and Kate Mulgrew will all be back.



But if you look closely at the wardrobe rack that Natasha is walking by…you’ll see costumes for Aleida (Elizabeth Rodriguez), Boo (Lea DeLaria) and Yoga Jones (Constance Shulman). Interesting! There’s also no word on Laverne Cox, whose character Sophia was released from prison at the end of season six.

Looks like it’s officially time to…learn how to make a toothbrush shiv? Honestly, I don’t know how to best prepare for this finale. Just get ready, guys.

This post will be updated as more season 7 information becomes available.

30 Day Burpees Challenge — This Bomb-Ass 30-Day Burpee Challenge Is the Fastest Workout Ever

Working out is better when it’s fast, equipment-free, and not super complicated. It’s science. And, as it turns out, burpees are all of those things. They have plenty of haters, but this exercise is low-key awesome: It works all of the muscles (seriously, all of ’em), gets your heart pumping…and it’s over really, really effing quick.

Ready to become a person who does burpees? Take on our 30-day challenge created by Kelsey Wells, certified personal trainer and creator of the PWR and PWR At Home programs on the SWEAT app. Leggo.


Plant both feet on the mat shoulder-width apart, bend your hips and knees, and place your hands on either side of your feet. Jump both feet backward, extending your legs behind you. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels. Jump both feet forward in between your hands and stand tall, reaching your arms above your head. Lower your arms to return to the starting position. That’s one rep.

Plant both feet on the mat shoulder-width apart, bend your hips and knees, and place your hands on either side of your feet. Jump both feet backward, extending your legs behind you. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels. Jump both feet forward in between your hands and propel your body upwards, extending your legs below you and your arms above your head. Land in the starting position with a soft bend in your knees. That’s one rep.

Plant both feet on the mat shoulder-width apart, bend your hips and knees, and place your hands on either side of your feet. Jump both feet backward, extending your legs behind you. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels. Immediately bend your elbows and lower your torso toward the floor until your elbows form a 90-degree angle. Exhale as you push through your chest and straighten your elbows to lift your body back up. Jump both feet forward in between your hands and propel your body upwards, extending your legs below you and your arms above your head. Land in the starting position with a soft bend in your knees. That’s one rep.

Burpee (with Push-Up and Tuck Jump)

Plant both feet on the mat shoulder-width apart, bend your hips and knees, and place your hands on either side of your feet. Jump both feet backward, extending your legs behind you. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels. Immediately bend your elbows and lower your torso toward the floor until your elbows form a 90-degree angle. Exhale as you push through your chest and straighten your elbows to lift your body back up. Jump both feet forward in between your hands and propel your body upwards. As you jump, engage your abs to bring your knees toward your chest and draw your elbows in toward your knees. Release your knees and carefully land on the mat. That’s one rep.


Over the course of 30 days, you’ll progress from an easier version of the basic burpee to a challenging variation—all while workin’ up a sweat. Here’s the dealio:


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Removing the jump from the end of the burpee makes this movement less intense, allowing you to focus on the correct form when transitioning to the push-up position. Build up to doing one set of 12 to 15 reps in a row. If you can complete these comfortably, add an additional round or two (you got this).

Adding a jump to the top of your burpee makes it more challenging aerobically, which is why we’re here, right? Do one to three sets of 12 to 15 reps.

Keep up the basic burpee, but try to increase the number of reps by cranking out two to three sets of 15 to 20 reps each.

Ready for more? Adding the push-up to this exercise will score you some upper-body strength. To ensure you maintain solid form, shoot for three to four sets of 5 to 10 reps.

Over the next few days, build up to two to three sets of 8 to 12 reps of the burpee with push-up.

Girl, look how damn far you’ve come! Now get ready for more heart-pounding burpee action by adding a tuck jump into the exercise. For the remainder of the challenge, try to build up to three to four sets of 8 to 12 repetitions.

Guys Are Different Via Text Than In Real Life Essay


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Hey, cutie. Just wanted to let you know that this story originally ran in our June issue, so if you like what you see, you should probably snag a hard copy ASAP. Bye!

Eric* barely spoke on our first date. He couldn’t stop picking at his beer-bottle wrapper—the only thing he looked at all night (yes, I was jealous of an adult beverage). Um, I thought, do I smell or something? When I got up to go to the restroom and grazed the back of his arm, he tensed up as if I’d showered him with a billion ice cubes.

I had been beyond excited to meet Eric in person. We’d matched on an app and he’d had me glued to my phone ever since. He was the perfect texter, sending cute memes and “Hey, beautiful” messages. Then we met face-to-face and I realized: Shit. I’m dealing with a toyfriend.

You know the type. Literally: 81 percent of you have been out with someone who’s guilty of this Fyre Festival level of fraud, according to a recent Cosmo poll. Toyfriends play you via text like they’re keepers, but IRL, they’re so different.


Here’s the thing though: It’s not totally their fault. Our imaginations are also kind of to blame. “It’s called projective identification,” explains psychotherapist Jaime Gleicher. “You want this person to complete a fantasy, so you project what you want onto them.”

When you feel textual vibes with a match, you likely start to personify how they act, speak, even joke. And while there’s nothing wrong with wishing fantasies would come true, remember that you’re only getting a fraction of who a person is from texting with them. The rest, you might be making up in your head.

“He’ll sext you like he’s already made you O, then sit four feet away on your first date!”

Think of it like reading a great book, then seeing the movie adaptation cast with all the wrong celebs. You end up mourning both what could have been and the sudden loss of what was (good-bye, “good morning” sexts).

There’s only one way to avoid a toyfriend sitch, says Gleicher. Cut down on the messaging (after confirming they are who they say they are) and build chemistry in the same room or over the phone.

When my date with Eric ended, I took it for what it was: bad. Then on my way home, he started sending me heart-eyes emoji—and I knew I had to break up with my toyfriend too.

*Names have been changed