The Madison Boardroom at The PierreBusiness groups hosting meetings and receptions at The Pierre on New York’s Central Park, which has re-opened following a $100 million renovations program to update guestrooms and public spaces, may select from three new comfortably elegant spaces with state-of-the-art amenities that can accommodate groups up to 75.All three rooms adjoin the hotel’s business center on the fourth floor and include the assistance of a dedicated conference services manager who will customize all arrangements to meet groups’ specific needs, including an inventive array of dining and meeting break options with signature Pierre service. These business-centric rooms complement the hotel’s expansive social banquet spaces on the second floor that can accommodate private events for up to 1,500 guests.Madison Boardroom at The Pierre-The 400-square-foot Madison Boardroom is tailor-made for executive sessions of up to 14 people -The elegant space features expansive windows , warm light wood paneling and molding detail, fine hand woven carpet and a generous rectangular polished wood conference table flanked by large ergonomic leather chairsState-of-the-art technology includes-A large wall-mounted flat screen for LCD presentations and video teleconferencing -Wired and wireless Internet connectivity -A wireless master control panel to activate lights, audio, video and teleconferencing -Built-in speaker phones and input jacks integrated into boardroom tablePark at The Pierre-The 380-square-foot Park can accommodate groups of 20-25 in conference, U-shape, classroom or hollow square configurations; up to 50 theatre-style; up to 60 for banquets and up to 75 for receptions -The classic room is appointed in warm neutrals and features windows and state-of-the-art technology -Park may become a larger space by raising a soundproof wall into the ceiling to join the room with the adjacent LexingtonLexington at The Pierre-The 360-square-foot Lexington can accommodate groups of 20-25 in conference, U-shape, classroom or hollow square configurations; up to 50 theatre-style; up to 60 for banquets and up to 75 for receptions -The classic room is appointed in warm neutrals and features windows and state-of-the-art technology -Lexington may become a larger space by raising a soundproof wall into the ceiling to join the room with the adjacent ParkBusiness Center at The PierreThe 24-hour Business Center offers a wide range of services, including-High speed Internet access, both wired and wireless -Facsimile, scanner, photocopying -Mac and IBM computer workstations and Apple and Microsoft software -Secretarial services; full-service shipping and receiving office -Notary Public available at Concierge deskIn-room Amenities at The PierreMeeting attendees who are also overnight guests at The Pierre will enjoy inviting residential-style décor with a feeling of quiet luxury that includes:-An interactive 40-inch flat screen television -A Bose Wave Studio with iPod docking station (Bose Home Theatre system in all suites) -High speed wired and wireless Internet access -A spacious working desk with built-in data and power outlets, and an ergonomic desk chair -An electronic safe complete with power outlet that accommodates laptops Comfortable upholstered chairs -Large new sound-insulated, energy efficient windows with blackout draperies -New marble bath featuring a glass-walled shower with oversized showerhead and steam-free makeup, shaving and wall mirrors -24-hour valet and pressing services, same-day laundry and dry cleaning services and overnight shoe shine servicewww.tajhotels.com/pierre
Gov. Cuomo Slams Mayor Bill De Blasio For The Eric Garner Case But He Also Failed The Family Although this was debated ad nauseam during the 2016 Democratic primary, especially with the resurfacing of the “super-predators” clip, Symone Sanders was asked about the Crime Reform Bill on CNN. Sanders had a somewhat wonky response, which got her trending on Twitter. See for yourself: Meghan McCain Whines That She Can’t Attack llhan Omar Because Trump Is Too Racist More By NewsOne Staff 1. What’s humiliating is the cape you blindly put on for the senator for Vermont everyday (he voted for the bill) 2. no one defended the crime bill 3. you have my #. Lest you continue to be petty on the internet. Don’t personally attack me Shaun. I hope now we are clear. https://t.co/z2yh5JwPO5— Symone D. Sanders (@SymoneDSanders) May 19, 2019Shouldn’t the endgame be putting Donald Trump, not attacking our own? It’s going to be a long election season.SEE ALSO:All The Ways Cops Are Still Trying To Cover Up LaQuan McDonald’s ExecutionOutrageous! Figurines Of White Cherub Crushing Head Of Black Angel Removed From Dollar StoreMeet Jogger Joe, The Man Who Took Racist Cue From BBQ Becky In Tossing Homeless Man’s Clothes Jesse Jackson Demands ‘Justice Now’ At EJ Bradford’s Moving Funeral Ceremony A$AP Rocky Being In A Swedish Prison Will Not Stop Her From Going To The Country That Showed Her ‘So Much Love’ I am genuinely embarrassed that @JoeBiden has Black surrogates and spokespeople out here defending the 1994 Mass Incarceration bill that he refuses to repudiate. It’s truly humiliating.— Shaun King (@shaunking) May 18, 2019Sanders clapped all the way back, “1. What’s humiliating is the cape you blindly put on for the senator for Vermont everyday (he voted for the bill) 2. no one defended the crime bill 3. you have my #. Lest you continue to be petty on the internet. Don’t personally attack me Shaun. I hope now we are clear.” Joe Biden , Shaun King , Symone Sanders Joe Biden: “This idea that the crime bill generated mass incarceration, it did not generate mass incarceration.” pic.twitter.com/hNSy4LJIUw— Justice Democrats (@justicedems) May 18, 2019Shaun King wrote this on Twitter, which was clearly a dig at Symone Sanders, “I am genuinely embarrassed that @JoeBiden has Black surrogates and spokespeople out here defending the 1994 Mass Incarceration bill that he refuses to repudiate. It’s truly humiliating.” Seems like the supporters of candidates are having more conflict with each other than the actual candidates. Bernie Sanders supporter Shaun King and Joe Biden’s Senior Adviser Symone Sanders drew some political blood on Twitter.SEE ALSO: Some No Name, Pitchy R&B Singer Disrespected Keith Sweat And Gets Demolished On Twitter Yesterday, Symone Sanders appeared on CNN and the unavoidable topic of the 1994 Crime Reform Bill popped up. Along with President Richard Nixon’s so-called anti-drug campaign, President Ronald Reagan’s “Just Say No” babble, Rockefeller Drug Laws — the 1994 Crime Reform Bill contributed to the mass incarceration of Black people. President Bill Clinton signed it, Sen. Bernie Sanders voted for it, Joe Biden co-wrote it and Hillary Clinton advocated.