The Who's Who At The Notable Parlor New York, Private Members Club And Event Space


Photo Credits:  @filthyrich2011 / Go Doctorate Go Media

Let's Get Social!  Let's Become An Affinity!  Where at he Parlor, Private Members Club and Event Space located at 286 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013, in the SOHO sector of New York City.  So what's on the menu for Journalism today?  It is definitely not the food at the Parlor, but here is a sample of their menu  parlornewyork.com .  That's right Drinks!  And very expensive and exotic one's especially containing Blueberry's which I love so much!  And of course, let's not forget the Champagne.  It is every girls dream!  But that is not why Journalist let their hair down after work.

Journalist and Public Relations Consultants are also part of a wide range of upscale memberships to understand why and what stories fit into their Triangle of Communication today for New York residents.  As a former Culinary Performer, a collection of 150 complimentary dinners served exclusively to members only journalist is not a bad idea, nor are the Drinks at the bar today!

In order to Celebrate 75 years of continued success at the National Association of Black Journalist, the new President, Julie Walker hosted a Community members interaction last night to allow journalist in the field to connect with peers and recruiters for the next creative leader to advocate stories.  Special consideration was given to all attendees to apply for membership, understand the parallel dining programs, and network opportunities using an invitation-only sold out event.  Black History Month could never have been better in getting intimate with another using Food and Wine to collaborate ideas for tomorrow.

If you are not intimate with the Parlor, Private Members Club and Event Space, get intimate at:

http://parlornewyork.com/parlor/

The New York Association of Black Journalists, Asian Americans Journalists Association, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and the South Asian Journalists Association NYABJ Logo NLGJA logo all did at their Affinity Networking Mixer yesterday.

Learn more about the Association at http://www.nyabj.org   And Straight From The Source Site:

LEARN ABOUT UPCOMING EVENTS, NETWORK, and HEAR FROM OUR GUEST SPEAKERS.
Julie Walker NYABJ
Julie Walker, President New York Association of Black Journalists
Philip Yam, President, Asian American Journalists Association – NY Chapter
Anusha Shrivastava, Ph.D.
Career Management Officer, Dept. of Statistics
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University
President: South Asian Journalists Association
Octavio Blanco, President, National Association of Hispanic Journalists – New York Chapter
Patrick Henderson
Patrick Henderson, President, National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association – New York Chapter
This event is organized by:
The New York Association of Black Journalists, Asian Americans Journalists Association, National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the South Asian Journalists Association, National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.

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