Article & photos: Andrew Rapoport Last year and this year my father IPA president Len Rapoport and I have covered a number of events in New York City. We covered last years Dance Parade and it was our first and it was fantastic. Like many parades we have covered, this one didn’t have huge floats, […]
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Series is the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer ever created, a fundraiser for breast cancer sufferers, survivors and their families to fight against breast cancer. The is the 26th year the Race for the Cure has been held in Washington D.C. Breast cancer […]
40,000 Participate in the 17th Annual NYC Revlon’s Run/Walk Article and photos by Len Rapoport, with assist from Gladys Rapoport y wife Gladys, who assists me at many of the shows and events we cover for IMPress Magazine and IPA, is a double breast cancer survivor. For the past 15 years she has been a […]
It’s easy to ignore our fundraising banners, and I’m really glad you didn’t. This is how Wikipedia pays its bills — people like you giving us money, so we can keep the site freely available for everyone around the world. People tell me they donate to Wikipedia because they find it useful, and they trust it because even though it’s not perfect, they know it’s written for them. Wikipedia isn’t meant to advance somebody’s PR agenda or push a particular ideology, or to persuade you to believe something that’s not true.