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- Talking Top Tens: Dawn CasaleDawn is the co-owner of One Girl Cookies with her husband, Dave Crofton. They have two shops in Brooklyn, offering breakfast, coffee and all manner of sweet treats. In her prior life, she was the Accessories Manager at Barneys New York where she played with beautiful baubles all day. She and Dave now live in Brooklyn, along with their two kids, Nate and Camille. Visit One Girl Cookies on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
- The Ten Best Stylish Workout LeggingsIf you’re the kind of person that relishes any opportunity to see and be seen, then we suggest you incorporate these fancy, flashy and (in some cases) downright sexy workout leggings into your routine. It’s one thing if you prefer to sport your old and tattered workout wear when you’re breaking a sweat — any way you get to the gym is good enough for us! However, if you want to consider adding some more stylish additions to your workout wardrobe we’re here to help. Graphic illustrations, mesh cut-outs, distressed detailing...you’d think we were talking about your favorite new tee or jeans based on the descriptions of these eye-catching leggings! Working out is the best way to beat winter doldrums, so get active and look great doing it with our picks.
- Talking Top Tens: Alison CayneWhile working towards a master’s in food studies at NYU, Alison Cayne became inspired by activist and teacher Joan Gussow. Alison focused her efforts on educating people about the importance of a healthy food system and our role as consumers, voters and cooks within that system. In January 2012, she opened Haven’s Kitchen, a cooking school with café and private event space, with the hopes of advancing Gussow’s ethos of education, sustainability and integrity. Alison is committed to promoting good food policy and community activism and serves on the board of Edible Schoolyard NYC, Just Food and Food and Environmental Reporting Network. She has written for Huffington Post, USA Today and Find Eat Drink, and has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Domino, Remodelista and Living Etc.
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