Doe Deere is the social media savvy artist and designer behind the makeup brand Lime Crime. Noted for its vibrant hues and bold color combinations. Doe launched Lime Crime in 2008 to fulfill her own need for bright and unusual makeup colors to accompany her DIY fashion line she was selling on eBay. The name comes from her favorite color, bright green, and breaking the rules, encouraging us not to take ourselves too seriously.

In a December 1, 2015 interview with Bustle.com, Doe shares with us her favorite fashion rules to break. Reminding us that makeup and fashion are suppose to be fun not confining. Doe is well known in the beauty industry for the audacious fashion and makeup choices she shares on social media. She breaks down 7 of the most steadfast fashion don’ts and shows us how she turns them into fashion do’s.

Combining a bold eye with a bold lip is a rule Doe tells us she breaks daily. Pairing a smokey eye with deep intense shades of red lipstick or rusty-red shadows with vibrant blue lipstick. Doe blows this long standing fashion rule out of the water, making an energizing and eye-catching combination.

Bring together striking color combinations fearlessly, referencing Prada’s new line that pairs mints with bright yellows and cotton candy pinks with chartreuse. Doe’s favorite combinations are pink and green, peach and periwinkle, hot pink and lavender. Mixing vibrant colors for a magical effect.

Doe is a big fan of print-on-print looks, telling us there is no wrong way to pull patterns together. The more the merrier. Keeping them within the same color scheme or complimentary colors can keep things from looking messy. Brightly colored socks with open toed shoes extend your shoe wardrobe through the seasons beautifully and offer another opportunity to showcase a love of pattern mixing.

Vibrant clothing with brightly colored hair, no need to dress drab simply for a love of vivid hair color. Just pay attention to the intensity of color. Pastel hair with light airy shades, deeper hair colors go beautifully with more saturated hues.

Dressing for your age and dressing for the occasion. Doe insists “Do YOU, at any age”. Age is no excuse to be afraid of bold color or tutu’s, wear what you love. Why tuck your special occasion clothes away? Wear them to unexpected places. That evening gown gathering dust in the back of your closet can look smashing paired with a sweater for a day of shopping. Wear what makes you feel like your best self.

Calling the fans of her brand Unicorns, Doe describes them as brave people who defy expectations. She thinks of them as the inspiration behind everything she does. Insisting on trying everything out herself before allowing it to go into production. She makes sure its authentic to Lime Crime and to her customers. Frequently speaking on the subject of women-owned business and entrepreneurship, she loves mentoring other female entrepreneurs and encourages them to contact her through Instagram for advice.

New York’s leading luxury real estate firm, TOWN Residential, released the firm’s quarterly residential market report on NYC apartments for sale, which reveals escalation of prices. Manhattan average sales prices gained 5.2%, recording $1,976,660 while median sales registered a sales price growth of 16%, recording $1,150,000, year-over-year.

Coming in 6.2% higher than 2014, the price per square foot by median trends came in at $1,365, which indicated 8.4% increase on an average. Posting almost 20%, the median sales price of Manhattan condominiums were the highest year-over-year gains recording $1,736,250 while median price per square foot went up by 11% as from 2014.

Manhattan co-ops posted $1,217,017 averagely; 4.6% increase from the third quarter and 6.4% year-over-year. The average prices per square foot in this section were $1,087, a 6.3% increase from a year ago.

Reviewing properties by size, there was a steady increase of prices in all segments. Median prices of a one, two, and three-plus bedroom condominiums were $1,080,000, $2,056,865 and $4,421,300 respectively. A three-plus co-op surpassed the last quarter price of $3,000,000 by 15%.

The founder and CEO of TOWN Residential, Andrew Heiberger, posited that there has been an increasing gap between new development sales and trends within the resale marketplace of Manhattan. Andrew Heiberger sheds light on existing resale market by pointing out a forthcoming stability. This, he said, will be brought about by the sellers’ adjustments to their price expectations from the highest levels hit earlier in 2015.

Wendy Maitland said they are still seeing some transactions at record prices, which are accountable for year-over-year gains in average prices per square foot. On 30th, December, there were 7,963 units priced at $2-5 million, 601 units selling at between $5-10 million and 493 luxury units costing over $10 million. The president in charge of sales at TOWN Residential, Wendy Maitland, concluded that this inventory is a sign of a more balanced 2016 market, which will offer buyers great opportunities.

Itzy Garay, executive vice president of sales and leasing at TOWN Residential, said the cost-conscious approach of buyers is responsible for the solid increase in median days. He added that the informed buyers are ready and able but no longer willing to buy at any price.

The analysis is an intensive study of residential sale transactions in all categories from October to December, 2015. The compared data is sourced from the rolling sales data of Manhattan market and the live ACRIS feed from the New York City Department of Finance. This information was originally reported on Virtual Strategy Marketing.

In an age when social media and blogging have become an essential part of everyday life the people of the world are looking to the use of video to provide a glimpse into their lives. Jon Urbana has entered this area of life to show us the activities he loves, and his Facebook biography provides a glimpse into what makes up his personality. The humorous side of Jon Urbana’s personality is given on Twitter, and in an outing in videos that include two giraffes butting heads.


Alongside the humor and excitement of the active lifestyle Urbana leads he has also looked to provide a glimpse into the community projects that push him to help others. One important video provides details of a fund raising effort Urbana has headed to provide funds for the Earth Force nonprofit group concerned with protecting the environment of the state of Colorado.


Jon Urbana has recently been playing an increasingly large role in the Villanova community, and the wider lacrosse community of the U.S. The former Villanova lacrosse star has been running his own Next Level Lacrosse Camps each summer to provide the best possible start in the sport for young people entering the college ranks of lacrosse.

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The love of the natural environment is easy for all to see in the Vimeo work of Jon Urbana, which includes a number of stunning nature scenes captured during his trips to areas including Alaska. The chance to get up close with native animals, including the moose was taken by Urbana and video uploaded for his Medium followers to enjoy.

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The world of nature obviously enthralls Jon Urbana (website), but his love of excitement is also shown by a video of the Las Vegas Strip shot from the Planet Hollywood attraction. These are just a few examples of the way Jon Urbana shows his hard work and activities to the public through his many entertaining videos.

For those who like track and field, Oscar Pistorius was a stunning figure. Pistorius is a South African native who was born with deformed lower limbs. As he grew, his limbs were not able to support his weight. This led to the decision to amputate them to help him ambulate. While his family was delighted to watch him grow up and learn to use his prosthetic legs well, even they may not have expected that Pistorius would one day grow up and represent the nation of South Africa in a track and field event at the Olympics.

After his triumph at the Olympics, Pistorius was nearly instantly a hero to millions of people around the world. They saw him as a role model for the disabled and their ability to overcome obstacles in the world and function just as well as well as those who do not have such disabilities. Many looked up him and and admired his clear determination and dedication to the sport. They also admired his seeming grace under the face of pressure and his will to succeed in a world that did not look open to him at first glance.

This is one of many reasons why people were even more stunned when Pistorius returned to South Africa and was accused of murdering his girlfriend. observers such as Brenda Wardle were shocked when they realized that he was being charged formally by authorities with murdering someone he intended to marry. Wardle is one of the foremost commentators on trial. She is a native of this region with an extensive background in the field of law. Her background allowed to provide others with the kind of insights they needed to fully understand the kind of charges that Pistorius was facing and what this meant to him.

Wardle has an extensive grounding in the field of law and knows how to explain this to outside viewers. She has a master’s of law degree she earned with honors. Since the end of her legal training, she has been heavily involved in many aspects of law. She has published many articles in various legal journals as well as spoken out on various aspects of law to local area reporters and all those who wish to know more about the field of law. Her work has helped others understand this trial far better and the motivations all those involved in it.

Brenda Wardle Discusses the Pistorius Trial

The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Maryland is a leading philanthropic study center that provides courses and programs that accumulate $10.000 in gifts each semester. PR Newswire recently reported that thousands of students will partake in the fourth year of the center’s Do Good Challenge. The Do Good Challenge sparks a campus-wide competition, prompting students to make the largest social impacts possible for whatever charity they choose to select. $20,000 is given to the winners and their causes. Bruce Levenson stated on time that the program gives students the chance to gain the skills they will utilize as the next generation of leaders among the non-profit sector. Bruce Levenson launched the center in 2012. He is a board member and philanthropist, as well as a longtime contributor to the Washington DC community. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum receives donations from Levenson that lead fundraising for the Jewish Federation.