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We are proud and honoured to be your exclusive NYC
TM based retailer of Tropical Salvage furniture. Truly functional
Furn our hometown shop fo e Décor
works of art, the artisans of Tropical Salvage newly craft
iture, Ec these wonderful pieces in Indonesia from multiple, and
le c tic Gif ts a nd Hom varying, aged Indonesian hardwoods. These hardwoods
have been salvaged as whole trees which were felled due
to landslides, volcanic eruptions, as well as salvaging
plantation trees and boards recycled from building salvage.
We are your new neighborhood source
Come – create your Space at Bazaar de La Paz! pieces are nished with 3 coats of a natural nish which for innovative gift giving.
allows the color variation inherent in the use of di erent
We o er a growing line of products to help you organize Weddings. La Chamba ceramic cookware makes the
and energize your home. We o er a vast array of ... species of tree to shine through.
perfect gift . Use with stove tops, ovens & microwaves.
The perfect solution for cooking, serving & food storage.
andwoven storage baskets; Births. Celebrate the birth of a new, wee one with one of
our new line of soft toys and mobiles;
Birthdays. Choose from our magni cent pottery
selection, games, Putumayo music, & instrument
collection. Or, try our hand bags, carrying cases, wallets ,
& a growing collection of jewelry o erings.
Anniversaries. We carry magni cent faux vintage
luggage to store all your photographic memories. Or
create your own keepsake with our tree free card/paper
making kits or journals.
Collectibles. Bugs crafted from old bicycle chains or
small animals crafted from the palm leaves.
Daily indulgences. Pamper yourself with our collection
of shea butter and olive oil soap skin care products. Or,
simply sit back and relax in one of our Tropical Salvage
chairs and delight your taste buds with our assortment of
2nd) And of course, our Tropical Salvage chocolates, co ee, tea and snack collection.
furniture o erings The possibilities are endless - and ever changing.
The wood is hundreds of years old. Time and history have
om Endless possibilities, always changing ... scarred it. The e ects of nails, seasoning cracks, bore holes Gift wrapping and cards for all occasions available.
y and other stresses are clearly evident in each furniture piece.
We regard these irregularities as a wonderful testament
to the wood's historical richness and revived use.
Due to the use of multiple salvaged woods in each
handcrafted item, each piece varies in appearance from one
to another. In this instance, a picture can only tell the rst
100 words of the story. We welcome you to visit BDLP to
see the Tropical Salvage di erence for yourself.
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So are we connected yet?
by Katherine Sullivan
When your waiting on the platform do often think to yourself. When will the
train get here? Living in New York I have discovered almost every corner of this great
city via the subway or occasional bus. I have also discovered that attempting to get
from one end to the other on the weekends or at night is a rediculous challenge and
border line torcher
I am like everyone else I love my subway line. The F has yet to fall me yet. But there are
far to many lines out there that move the speed of mud and often leave their
passangers oatinig forever in a purpetual state of miss trust. The worst has yet to
come, if your not sure where your going, your might as well curl up in a corner and
begin a long life as a sub-human. If your one of the lucky few who get on the train its
garunteed to smell like urine, old Starbucks,or some other luquid thats found its way
to the oor.
So why is it that London has the oldest subway system in the world and it runs ve
time faster, cleaner and more e ciently than the oldest system in the US? Plane and
simple politics are the largest contributor to point the nger at. If the system runs it
makes money, if people have to use it then it will always be running. Unfortunatly it
don't have to run e cently, it just has run.
In the next ten years the MTA and NJT is going to spend an excess of billions
re-working mass transit systems, and commuter lines. Building transit hubs, new
tunnels, but not a new train or sensible time table is in sight. Maybe some of these
allocated funds should be focused on the parts of the system that fail now. We are
paying for the service shouldn't the people who use it have some say in how runs?