Lucas Candies for Valentine’s Day

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Give your sweetheart the Sweet Six ​this Valentine’s Day!

Lucas Candies, the celebrity-favorite, iconic, 118-year old chocolate and candy maker from Haverstraw, NY is offering six of their sweetest candy bars in one basket.  The Sweet Six include
the best-selling P.M.S bar, the Honey Badger bar, the Gone Bananas bar, the In Therapy bar, a milk chocolate Straight Up bar, and a dark chocolate Straight Up bar.

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OMG Granola Cookies

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Oat My Goodness craft granola is a family business, created and run by mother-daughter duo Shohreh and Yasaman Vojdani, and led by Shohreh’s background in nutrition and their unsuccessful search for a healthy granola option that didn’t sacrifice amazing taste — so they headed to the kitchen and made some herself.

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OMG fans have also gotten creative in the kitchen with making their own recipes using the three delicious flavor combinations of Oat My Goodness: Vintage, reminiscent of fresh baked oatmeal cookies, energizing Sunrise featuring bright flavors such as orange, coffee and mango and Bad Money highlighting sweet flavors such as peanut butter and banana.

Bad Monkey Cookie Bars

Made by Oat My Goodness

11Ž2 cups of all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1Ž4 teaspoon salt

1Ž2 cup creamy natural peanut butter

1Ž4 cup coconut oil, softened

3/4 cup packed brown sugar

1 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 cup Oat My Goodness Bad Monkey granola


Vintage Granola Cookies

Created by Jessica Fiorillo of

1 cup all-purpose flour

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter, softened

1/3 cup packed light brown sugar

1/3 cup granulated sugar

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1 large egg

1 cup Oat My Goodness Vintage granola

1 cup bittersweet chocolate chunks


Oat My Goodness is based in New York and Maryland, and you can purchase OMG online at

Beauty for the Bitty: NYC’s Milk & Cookies Kids Salon Spa

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Kip Morrison & Associates would like to alert you to New York City’s Milk & Cookies Kids Salon & Spa, the newest kid on the beauty block! The salon boasts party packages such as the Glitzy Glam package, where girls can indulge in spa manicures, pedicures and yummy facials. Boys can indulge in the Tough Cookie package where boys can play video games and air hockey, all while getting a haircut and Slimy Booger Manicure.
A cousin collaboration, Jataon and Teychenne Whitley have created a place where fun, beauty and delicious meet. The spa offers the ultimate experience for kids to get pampered, enjoy a cold glass of milk and freshly baked cookies. Whether you’re booking a birthday bash or just want a fuss-free haircut experience for both parent and child, Milk & Cookies is the ultimate kiddie haircut destination!

Art & Sole by Jane Weitzman

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Art & Sole by Jane Weitzman, wife of shoe designer Stuart Weitzman. Art & Sole features 150 fantasy art shoes made of highly unique materials she has discovered and commissioned by artists for the first Stuart Weitzman shop on Madison Avenue in the mid-1990s. Made from feathers, paper, ceramic, metal, resin, playing cards, corrugated cardboard, Swarovski crystals, even fresh flowers and frosting, many of the shoes featured in Art & Sole are in printed form for the first time.

The vibrant red cover and gold edges make Art & Sole an eye catching coffee table book and easily enjoyed by shoe lovers and art aficionados alike. Art & Sole makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for loved ones, friends, family and coworkers.

Jane has been on a cross-country tour promoting Art & Sole and speaking at over 40 locations nationwide this year.


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