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Tanaye White has put aside her career in defense and aerospace to concentrate on modeling, which includes a photo shoot for Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue. “The decision to transition into modeling full time was not an easy one,” said White, who recently moved to Brooklyn. “I had made a comfortable life for myself in the corporate world. But ultimately, I decided I could always go back to a ‘normal life’ if I ever decided to retire from modeling. I have two degrees to fall back on, so I know that it'll always be there.” Fans may follow White on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/tanayedubz/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/tanayedubz).

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If we were judging based on appearance alone, this entry would win. It has a distinctive, wide-shouldered jar and simple gold cap. The label is small and understated, with "Michael's of Brooklyn" written in cursive. The minimal real estate devoted to the label allows shoppers to see the full glory of bright, intensely red sauce.

Born and raised in Germany, actress and author Pia Mechler moved to the United States about a decade ago. Currently she stars alongside Patrick Dempsey on The CW’s “Devils,” which tackles the cutthroat world of finance. Based out of Brooklyn, the actress said once this pandemic is over, she would like to travel to Australia. “My great-grandfather was Australian and legend has it that he founded the first Australian soap factory in Queensland. I have to get to the bottom of this myth, while seeing some koala bears on the way.” Fans may follow Mechler on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/piapopaya).

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Michael Jeffery Jordan is born at Cumberland Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., the fourth of five children of James and Deloris Jordan. The family lives there for 18 months while James Jordan studies airplane hydraulics on the GI Bill, then moves to Wilmington, N.C., before Michael's second birthday.

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It might sound like a no-brainer, but Miami is queen when it comes to East Coast spring getaways. A spring break hub, the city has way more to see and do than just chugging tropical drinks on Ocean Drive (though a night of that is always fun, too). These days, Miami's grown-up side makes it an equally awesome spring getaway for families, couples and singles who aren't just fresh out of college.

Thanksgiving is over and you've got nearly a month until Christmas, Hanukah and Kwanza with the kids' anticipation growing daily. With our friends at Family Travel Forum we've compiled a roundup to guide you to the best and brightest holiday displays. In Denver, Mile High Holidays hotel deals start at just $99 and you can see the new 110- foot Mile High Tree-- the...

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It's so hard to choose. Tiny dark chocolates with raspberries; impossibly beautiful milk chocolates with caramel; small chocolate macrons called "Luxemburgerti," truffles dusted with cocoa powder and bars studded with hazelnuts or apricots. There is no right or wrong, says our Sweet Zurich tour guide,...

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The campus tour hadn't even started when my daughter gave the university a thumbs-down. "Too flat," my mountain-loving girl declared as we trekked across the campus on a crisp fall day. This was the Midwest, after all, I reminded her.

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Born and raised in North Carolina, actress Jenn Lyon says she tries to head back home for the holidays. But when she can't, she brings family to her. "One year, I was doing a play in Philadelphia and couldn't leave," says Lyon, who is one of the stars of the TNT series, "Claws."

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As CIA analyst Joe Turner in the new AT&T AUDIENCE Network series, "Condor," Max Irons plays the role made famous by Robert Redford in "Three Days of the Condor." The actor says that filming in Toronto reminds him a bit of home. " I used to live in New York and I live in London now and you can see elements of both cities...

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