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Carol Bloom Stevens

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Carol Bloom Stevens is MSCO’s VP and Director of Public Relations, with over 15 years of high-level media relations and publicity experience. Skilled in garnering media coverage in local, national and global media outlets, Carol has worked with a wide range of industries, including Financial Services, Retail, Real Estate, Entertainment, Product Launches and Beauty Products. As graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Communications, Carol has a wealth of strategic and tactical experience providing public relations counsel in print, broadcast and online mediums.

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  1. Rye Resident Moonlights As Donald Trump Impersonator

    Rye Resident Moonlights As Donald Trump Impersonator

    RYE,  N.Y. -- Benjy Greenberg, a Rye native, has a yuuuge impression that he's hoping to take advantage of for at least four years, believe me.Greenberg has been showing off his uncanny impression of Donald Trump and now with Trump being elected, is hoping numerous opportunities will come his way to show off his take on Trump.Greenberg says he can do over 100 impressions, with everyone ...

  2. Minnie Mouse, Sushi, Cow Spotted In Rye Brook On Halloween

    Minnie Mouse, Sushi, Cow Spotted In Rye Brook On Halloween

    RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- Hastings-on-Hudson resident, Mem Vongvirath, surprised visitors at 800 Westchester Avenue in Rye Brook Monday- or should we say Minnie Mouse?Vongvirath's costume drew smiles from co-workers and visitors alike, though she wasn't the only strange thing spotted. At the same office park, a cow, human sushi and a unicorn were roaming the 7th floor hallway. A ghost was ...

  3. Rye Gets Into Halloween Spirit

    Rye Gets Into Halloween Spirit

    RYE, N.Y. -- It is getting very spooky in Rye. Elementary school students are painting the windows on the stores in Rye with Halloween ghosts, witches and goblins. The event, which also included a bake sale, is sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Rye.  TD Bank also painted their windows with Halloween images including a vampire, a scarecrow and pumpkins. 

  4. Soul Ryeders Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month With Pink Ribbons

    Soul Ryeders Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month With Pink Ribbons

    RYE, N.Y. -- Soul Ryeders is going all out for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Volunteers from Soul Ryeders will be tying pink ribbons on trees, store windows and homes throughout Rye.“The idea originally came from a friend and it is based on tying a yellow ribbon around a tree when soldiers return from war,” said co-chair Lisa Dominici Faries.Proceeds go to the Wig Exchange, ...

  5. Carpet Trends Celebrates 60 Years In Rye

    Carpet Trends Celebrates 60 Years In Rye

    RYE, N.Y. -- Carpet Trends in Rye is celebrating its diamond anniversary.The business, at 5 Smith Street, was started back in 1956 by Augusta, Ted and Ralph Rogers and it has been served by four generations of the Rogers family. The property itself dates back to the 1800’s when it was a livery/stable and boarding house. In 1974, the building was purchased by the Rogers family.Today it ...

  6. Taste Of Rye Event Supports Local Domestic Violence Center

    Taste Of Rye Event Supports Local Domestic Violence Center

    RYE, N. Y. -- Tickets are now on sale for the third annual restaurant crawl, A Taste of Rye, on Sept. 24 that features visits to several local establishments, and benefits My Sisters' Place, a White Plains-based organization trying to end domestic violence and human trafficking.Hosted by Julia B. Fee/Sotheby's International Realty of Rye, the event goes from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sept. ...

  7. Village Social Restaurant Opening In Rye This Fall

    Village Social Restaurant Opening In Rye This Fall

    RYE, N.Y. -- A Mount Kisco favorite is coming to Rye.Village Social is opening this fall at 67 Purchase Street. The Mount Kisco location has been open for six years.The new restaurant will have a brick oven for pizza, front sliding accordion doors and patio seating. The restaurant is the brainchild of Brian Candee, Joe Bueti, and Mogan Anthony, the chef. The menu will evolve around ...

  8. Westchester-Fairfield VisionWalk Kicks Off Fundraising In Rye

    Westchester-Fairfield VisionWalk Kicks Off Fundraising In Rye

    RYE, N.Y. -- The Westchester-Fairfield VisionWalk Kick Off Celebration takes place on Monday, Sept. 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Rye Grill and Bar.The celebration will mark the launch of the fundraising phase counting down to the walk which is set for Sunday, Oct. 30 at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle. At the Kick Off Celebration, attendees will hear from local VisionWalk leaders who ...

  9. Tarrytown Wealth Advisor Honored By Forbes

    Tarrytown Wealth Advisor Honored By Forbes

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- A Tarrytown wealth advisor was recently honored by Forbes Magazine.Rob Clarfeld, CEO of Clairfeld Financial Advisors, was named 6th in Forbes' recent list of the 2016 Top Wealth Advisors. Clarfeld deals with wealth management, investments and family office services. “Investments are a critical part of our business” says Clarfeld. “But what really differentiates high ...

  10. Rye Town Park Celebrates 100+ Years Of Summer Fun

    Rye Town Park Celebrates 100+ Years Of Summer Fun

    RYE, N.Y. -- The Rye Town Park, where Rye residents hang out during the summer, is over 100 years old and is a national landmark. Back in 1907, bands played on the balcony of the bathing pavilion while patrons danced. Mandatory clothing on the beach meant men wore bathing suits with tops and women wore swimming dresses with black stockings. Bathing suits could be rented for 20 ...

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