While most New Yorkers were camped in their apartments, Topher DesPrés was out collecting naturally fallen trees from the high winds of Sandy off the streets -- a good deed in itself, but Topher's motives were more than just clearing the city.
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Bette Midler knows that even when it comes to Hurricane Sandy, the show must go on. And so must her annual masquerade Hulaween -- a major fundraiser for the New York Restoration Project.
Long before she became the "Divine Miss M," Bette Midler was a divine little girl with a divine love of nature. Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, s...
Long before she became the "Divine Miss M," Bette Midler was a divine little girl with a divine love of nature.
By guest blogger Amy Freitag
Amy Freitag is the executive director of New York Restoration Project (NYRP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to rest...
John Kerry took the stage last night at the New York Restoration Project's annual Hulaween Ball at the Waldorf Astoria dressed in a gray suit and tie....
There's a strength and purpose to her showgirl style, and for the past 15 years Midler's taken that spirit offstage with a mission: making New York one of the greenest cities in the world.
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