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Thursday, January 27, 2022

#PeachysPicks #TerrificTakeout #VALENTINESDAY #EROS @AMMOSNEWYORK @AMMOSESTIATORIO #EventSpace #Midtown #Manhattan #JanuaryFineDining #FebruaryFineDining Exclusively by #Ammos #Estiatorio by #DimitrisNakos A Peachy's Pick for OVER a Decade!

Happy Valentine's Day from Ammos and Peachy!
Pair your dinner with this beautifully appointed Techni Alipias White, a refreshing blend of Assyrtiko and Sauvignon Blanc.  Of course Peachy dresses to match the wine bottle.
Peachy's favorite Garides Katataifi with the bespoke Ammos Beurre Blanc Sauce
Peachy's Greek word of the Month: EROS for Valentine's Day!

If we believe Eros is going to AMMOS ESTIATORIO for Valentine's Day, shouldn't you?  Important days are best left to the professionals like the Greek Goddesses and Gods of Ammos on Vanderbilt Avenue, just steps from Manhattan's legendary Grand Central Station.  A menu created exclusively for Valentine's Day is indeed thrilling and even if you are not in love with a person you definitely will be in love with this dinner!  And if someone really loves you they will be taking you out to dinner!  Dinner at Ammos is always to be counted upon!  And ladies there is a complimentary glass of champagne for you in this winner of a $89 three-course deal which includes a starter, main course and dessert.
Our picks from this LOVE MENU include:
Seafood Ceviche
This wondrous splendor will enrapture you with its sublime symphony of diced salmon, red snapper, Mediterranean sole,  Chilean bass, calamari, octopus, celery, tomato, onions, cilantro and fresh lime juice and kicked up a notch with serrano chili peppers!  It teams up with crisp fried pita bread that is pan fried with salt, black pepper and oregano for a stunning setting.  It is exactly this colorful and note our pictures are always unedited: you excel like Ammos or we are not publishing.  And, to re-emphasize the title, Ammos Estiatorio has been recommended for over a decade now, but who's counting and Peachy and Dimitris certainly haven't aged at all during those years because of the healthful mediterranean diet!
Look at that seafood ceviche smiling at you:
Another starter and our personal favorite is the Garides Kataifi!  These succulent shrimp go to the beach of beaten egg and milk bath and cannonball gracefully after they roll in a mix of Japanese bread crumbs, garlic and phyllo dough angel hair, all giving that shrimp a generous tight hug.  A silver dreamboat of beurre blance sauce, a lovely butter sauce with garlic in a wine reduction, completes this enchanted ambrosial appetizer that is sure to result in a big heart of a hug from both your tastebuds and your stomach.
To go with these starters we suggesting this refreshing Techni Alipias White which is a fruity, aromatic wine boasting bright color and yellowish-green antafgeies (highlights) ; it is a blend of Assyrtiko which gives it a kick and Sauvignon Blanc which rounds it out with a kindness yielding a healthy balance to enliven your seafood edibles.  Robert Parker gave this a 90 out of 100.
Now to the main course!  You cannot beat a smashing red with a carnivorous entree to get right to the heart of Valentine's Day!  Meet our new best friend, Arni Yiouvetsi, which is the Greek casserole-type dish and the Greek answer to Ossobuco.  Lamb is triumphantly braised with onions, carrots and celery, fresh tomato, olive oil, and a spice blend of salt, black pepper and cinnamon.  When it is almost done, Kritharaki (orzo) is added and it is finished with feta and parsley for the winning goal in your stomach.  Savor the succulence and the powerful cinnamon is just the right amount to give it flavor and style without overwhelming you. 
The Methimon 7, a striking combination of Limniona, Syrah, and Grenache Rouge in equal parts is the perfect pairing with this lamb, and the liquid gold is evocative of barrel and ripe red fruits and achieves a splendid balance.
Arni Youvetsi glamour shots!
We just heard it say, "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful."
The grand finale was the Baklava, which is enhanced with premium mixed nuts layered in Phyllo Dough delicately dipped in honey syrup drizzled with dark Belgian chocolate served with fig ice cream to complete your Eros Valentine's Day Ammos experience!

Ammos continues to earn our Highest Recommendation.

 52 Vanderbilt Avenue New York, NY 10017 Tel: 212.922.9999



You know what they say.  Maybe she's born with it but really, it is MAYBELLINE on Peachy Deegan...and with her hair colored by the legendary Thomas Morrissey of The John D'Orazio Salon moments before this picture and cut by the legendary Edward Tricomi of Warren Tricomi, (Learn from Edward book your lesson: #SALONPEACHY #UpcomingDaylight @WARRENTRICOMI #MOVERANDSHAKER #MASTERSTYLIST #EDWARDTRICOMI February 21, 2022 Mastercutter Academy Presents the Edward Tricomi Workshop!!! ), Peachy is starting off 2022 on a beautiful note capitalizing on all of these talents collectively and her smile is by Dr. Garo Nazarian of Cosmopolitan Dental, our first Mover and Shaker.
Peachy is NOT wearing fake eyelashes.  They are hers...but the mascara which she is also wearing in this picture directly above taken at Warren Tricomi at The Plaza hotel with her hair just cut by Edward is this latest from Curl Bounce from Maybelline!  We recommend it in both Blackest Black and Very Black and across the board our panelists were amazed at the high level of performance by this new groundbreaking product.

Peachy is wearing COLOR SENSATIONAL ULTIMATTESLIM LIPSTICK MAKEUP in More Berry in the top picture, a striking powerful hue:
We also recommend More Mauve for a more neutral look in an office setting:

Maybelline New York, the #1 Cosmetics Brand in the world, has launched its latest innovation in mascara: Curl Bounce – the brand's answer to this generation's mascara needs.
"Curl Bounce Mascara was inspired by Gen-Z whose main eyelash concerns include lack of curl and sparse lashes," said Jessie Feinstein, Senior Vice President of US Marketing, Maybelline New York, "Gen-Z will soon be the largest, most diverse generation yet, so it was important to us to address this heightened need for a curl-focused mascara and was a natural next step to further enhance our strongest category."

The innovation behind Curl Bounce is rooted in the product as a whole and the unique synergy between the brush and formula: The Bounce N'Curl Brush contains double the number of individual fibers than traditional mascara to scoop, separate, and physically curl every lash upwards. The Memory Curl Formula is made from a unique blend of longwearing, hairstyling-inspired polymers that holds lashes in place all day. The washable mascara offers a lightweight, wax-free, alternative to traditional mascara for a bouncy effect that is not heavy or stiff.

"We took a prescriptive approach to Curl Bounce's formula and focused on creating curl through the lens of haircare rather than traditional mascara," said Tina Liu, Marketing Director, Mascara, Maybelline New York. "We utilized polymers typically used in some of the top performing hair curling products within the L'Oreal portfolio to create the effect of curl that holds, but for lashes."

This union of brush and formula ensures that lashes stay curled, never weighed down and wear for up to 24 hours.

Curl Bounce Mascara is available in shades Very Black (washable), Blackest Black (washable), Very Black (waterproof) and Brownish Black (waterproof) online beginning November 15, 2021, and at mass-market retailers nationwide beginning January 2022.

About Maybelline New York:

Maybelline New York was developed in 1915 by Thomas L. Williams and is the number one cosmetic brand in the world. Inspired by his sister Mabel's homemade lash booster made from coal and Vaseline, Williams created the brand now available in over 120 countries. By combining technologically advanced formulations with on-trend expertise and New York City edge, Maybelline New York's mission is to offer innovative, accessible and effortless cosmetics for everyone. In 2020, Maybelline introduced Brave Together, a long-term program to support anxiety and depression. For more information log on to or


#NewYorkNotes #JohnLoken @RecordingAcad Recording Academy Appoints John Loken To Executive Vice President, Marketing

The Recording Academy® announced today John Loken has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Marketing, effective immediately. Loken will report to Chief Operating Officer Branden Chapman and is responsible for expanding the organization's reach and influence through elevated brand storytelling. He oversees creative services, brand communication, social media, email marketing, merchandising, analytics, and advertising, and his team uses these capabilities to engage with consumers, members and the industry at-large. Collectively their goal is to increase the public's awareness of the Recording Academy's higher mission, which is to use the GRAMMYs® as a platform for even greater social impact.

"I am delighted to have John join the Recording Academy as our Executive Vice President of Marketing," said Harvey Mason jr., CEO of the Recording Academy. "We are excited to see John's innovative expertise in brand storytelling take the Academy to new heights as the organization continues to break new ground in our global presence."

Prior to joining the organization, Loken was senior vice president of consumer marketing at Endeavor/IMG Events where he helped reshape product, pricing and go-to-market strategy for a global portfolio of 300+ entertainment and sporting events. In this role, his team drove significant revenue and margin increases for key properties like The Miami Open and Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, and spearheaded brand launches including the UFC in China and the blockbuster touring exhibition King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh. He also held past roles as executive vice president of marketing & distribution at Ticketmaster, was Live Nation Concerts' first senior vice president of tour marketing, and led international product marketing at Warner Records and Motown Records, independent labels Discovery/China Records, and Fearless Records. Loken also co-founded the creative agency, Brands+Music, that partnered artists with corporate sponsors.

Loken runs an events workshop called The Experience Factory, whose mission is to create immersive experiences that inspire participants to take personal action and is working with the author of the international bestseller Sapiens to create awareness for solutions to the major challenges that face humanity.

Loken received his MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music.

The Recording Academy represents the voices of performers, songwriters, producers, engineers, and all music professionals. Dedicated to ensuring the recording arts remain a thriving part of our shared cultural heritage, the Academy honors music's history while investing in its future through the GRAMMY Museum®, advocates on behalf of music creators, supports music people in times of need through MusiCares®, and celebrates artistic excellence through the GRAMMY Awards® — music's only peer-recognized accolade and highest achievement. As the world's leading society of music professionals, we work year-round to foster a more inspiring world for creators.

For more information about the Academy, please visit For breaking news and exclusive content, follow @RecordingAcad on Twitter, "like" Recording Academy on Facebook, and join the Recording Academy's social communities on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.


#SALONPEACHY #UpcomingDaylight @WARRENTRICOMI #MOVERANDSHAKER #MASTERSTYLIST #EDWARDTRICOMI February 21, 2022 Mastercutter Academy Presents the Edward Tricomi Workshop!!!

The ultimate experience in luxury hair care.
Mover and Shaker Edward Tricomi has been the Official Hairstylist of Whom You Know and Peachy Deegan since 2014.
The Edward Tricomi & Laara Raynier
Workshop Features:
UPON ARRIVAL at this in-person workshop, meet & greet with Edward & Laara
Laara Raynier will be demonstrating a fabulous short haircut Focusing on growth patterns, how to read the hair, how to create shape and form, round graduation, and layering techniques. Bring out the best features in your client’s face.
Edward will be demonstrating a fabulous layered Bob/Page boy haircut featuring his famous layering, texturizing, blow-drying, and styling techniques and a special one-of-a-kind updo as only he can.
All demonstrations are on LIVE MODELS
If you can’t attend in person you can watch Live on Zoom

This is the second ever.
We posted on the first last fall:


#NHLPeachy @NHL @BostonCollege Kreider, Husso and Meier Named NHL ‘Three Stars’ of the Week Our Coverage Sponsored by Cosmopolitan Dental, Official Dentist of Whom You Know @GaroNazarianDDS #cosmopolitandental #loveyoursmile

The Best Dentist in Manhattan & Official Dentist of Whom You Know:

30 E. 40th Suite 1001
(212) 683-1960

Dr. Garo Nazarian is a Mover and Shaker, and was the first featured:

Dr. Nazarian, a graduate of Boston College and Columbia Dental School, opened Cosmopolitan Dental in 2006 and has grown his practice to over 3,000 patients. Peachy Deegan is proud to be the second ever. Cosmopolitan Dental strives to surpass all patients' expectations by catering to your dental needs while providing the utmost professional results. Cosmopolitan Dental has been recognized by America's Top Dentists and has earned both the Patients' choice award and the Doctors' choice award. Dr. Garo Nazarian is a proud member of the New York State Dental Association, New York County Dental Society and the American Dental Association. Cosmopolitan Dental loves to make you smile!

New York Rangers left wing Chris Kreider, St. Louis Blues goaltender Ville Husso and San Jose Sharks right wing Timo Meier have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Jan. 23.


Kreider topped the NHL with 5-2—7 in three games to propel the Metropolitan Division-leading Rangers (27-11-4, 58 points) to a 2-1-0 week. He registered one of five unanswered goals as New York overcame a two-goal deficit for a 6-3 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs Jan. 19. Kreider then potted 1-1—2, his 12th multi-point performance of the season, in a 6-3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes Jan. 21. He capped the week by matching a career high with four points (3-1—4), scoring once while shorthanded, at even strength and on the power play to record his fifth career hat trick in a 7-3 triumph over the Arizona Coyotes Jan. 22. The 30-year-old Boxford, Mass., native has found the back of the net in five straight contests (dating to Jan. 13: 8-2—10) to move into a share of the League lead with a career-high 29 goals in 42 total outings this season (29-13—42). Kreider, who is set to participate in the 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, also ranks among the top 2021-22 performers in power-play goals (1st; 14), power-play points (3rd; 20), shooting percentage (10th; 22.1%) and points (16th; 42).


Husso stopped 97 of the 101 shots he faced to go 3-0-0 with a 1.34 goals-against average, .960 save percentage and one shutout as the Blues (25-11-5, 55 points) posted a perfect week to move into second place in the Central Division. He made 32 saves in a 5-3 win against the Nashville Predators Jan. 17. Husso then earned his third career shutout (and second of the season) with 27 stops in a 5-0 triumph over the Seattle Kraken Jan. 21. He finished the week with 38 saves, including 20 in the first period, in a 3-1 victory against the Vancouver Canucks Jan. 23. The 26-year-old Helsinki, Finland, native – who has won five straight decisions dating to Jan. 7 – has appeared in 12 total games this season, ranking second in the NHL with both a 1.93 goals-against average and .941 save percentage while compiling an 8-2-1 record.


Meier paced the NHL with six goals in three outings, highlighted by the League’s first five-goal performance since March 5, 2020, to help the Sharks (21-19-2) maintain the final Wild Card position in the Western Conference. He set a franchise record with five goals (including three in the opening 19:09 of the game) in a 6-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings Jan. 17. Meier then scored once in a 3-2 loss to the Seattle Kraken Jan. 20 before being held without a point in a 7-1 defeat against the Tampa Bay Lightning Jan. 22. The 25-year-old Herisau, Switzerland, native – who also will be in Las Vegas for the 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend – has skated in 37 total contests this season, placing among the League leaders in game-winning goals (2nd; 6), shots on goal (5th; 152), goals (t-8th; 21) and points (9th; 46).

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The ground-breaking fashion editor André Leon Talley propelled himself through life with intelligence, faith, and generosity, as well as an unabashed belief in the uplifting power and grace of beauty.
Mr. Talley died in New York on January 18, 2022. He passed away peacefully from complications due to covid-19. He was 73.

Mr. Talley was the long-time creative director of American Vogue, the only Black person to hold that position. He was also editor of Numéro Russia and his byline appeared in Vanity Fair, HG, Interview, Ebony and Women's Wear Daily. Mr. Talley was a dominating presence in fashion at a time when the industry was a cordoned off club whose members were European aristocrats, globe-trotting socialites and the monied. He was often the lone Black person at the ball, at the show, at the decision-making table.

Over the years, Mr. Talley was a counselor and friend to veteran designers Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld, Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, Diane von Furstenberg, Manolo Blahnik, Patrick Kelly, Tom Ford and countless others. He supported young designers from New York to Paris, lending them his exuberant validation and touting their work to colleagues and competitors alike.

His taste in fashion was both catholic and precise. The foundation of his aesthetic sensibility lay in his Southern roots. He was born in Washington, DC but was raised by his maternal grandmother Bennie Frances Davis in Durham, North Carolina. A cleaning woman at Duke University, Mrs. Davis carried herself with dignity and style. Her grandson was enthralled watching her prepare for Sunday service each week. Her hats and gloves and attention to detail gave him a keen understanding of fashion's ability to weave a narrative and define identity. He saw fashion as a rebuke to stereotypes and prejudices.

Mr. Talley received his master's degree from Brown University where he studied French history and literature. His thesis explored the role of Blackness in the novels of Gustave Flaubert, the poetry of Charles Baudelaire and the paintings of Eugène Delacroix. Mr. Talley's was both a literary and visual assessment. He considered not only what was said, but what was seen. The effusive and fizzy pronouncements that years later filled his stories and guided his visual compositions were a blend of Ivy League education, an encyclopedic knowledge of the entire Vogue catalogue and the good home training of the Black tradition.

Mr. Talley straddled a multitude of worlds. He was a Francophile working in fashion – someone who had apprenticed with Diana Vreeland when she was special consultant to the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He was a brother in faith regularly attending Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church. He was a Black man. He brought his church sister to Paris for fashion week and walked her up the red carpet at the Met gala. He donated his compensation for appearances on "Full Frontal Fashion" to Abyssinian in support of its community outreach. He delighted in a church plaque acknowledging his financial efforts as much as he did in his 2003 Eugenia Sheppard Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America. He held the same values from the beginning of his life until the end. Only his wardrobe became more grand.

Mr. Talley wrote books on Valentino and Oscar de la Renta and the little black dress. He chronicled his own life in A.L.T.: A Memoir and The Chiffon Trenches. He was also the subject of the documentary The Gospel According to André.

For more than 13 years, he served on the board of trustees of Savannah College of Art and Design, which honored him in 2001 with its first lifetime achievement award in fashion– an accolade that now bears his name. SCAD held a special place in Mr. Talley's heart. He enthusiastically supported its students, helping them secure both apprenticeships and full-time jobs in fashion and costume design. He donated a trove of his papers to the school with the hope that his past could inspire its students' future.

Mr. Talley received an honorary doctorate from SCAD in 2008. He was presented the Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French Republic in 2020 and the North Carolina Governor's award for literature in 2021.

He is survived by his dear cousin Shirley Austin and a host of other relatives.

An official memorial will be announced in the spring – Mr. Talley's favorite time of year.

The above was written by Robin Givhan on behalf of the family and estate of André Leon Talley


#ParisPeachy #FrancePeachy FIAF’s Animation First Announces New Programs, Including Two Additional US Premieres and a Women in Animation Discussion

FIAF Announces Animation First 2022 Additions

In-Person Weekend:
Fri, Feb 11–Sun, Feb 13

Continues Online Nationwide:
Mon, Feb 14–Mon, Feb 21

The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is pleased to announce additions to its 2022 Animation First Festival, including an exclusive online screening of the cult animated film AN AMERICAN TAIL by acclaimed veteran filmmaker Don Bluth, as well as the US premiere of the popular TV special THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS, rejuvenating one of France's first serial novels.

FIAF's festival of French animation is celebrating a milestone fifth anniversary this year. The special edition will present two distinct programs: in person from February 11–13 and online from February 14–21.

Just Announced:

• Exclusive online screening of AN AMERICAN TAIL by Don Bluth.
• US premiere of THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS by Véronique Puybaret and Matthieu Dubois, inspired by the eponymous serial novel from 1842.
• US premiere of LIBERATED!, the acclaimed feminist series bringing down sexual diktats.
• A program of shorts presented by the International Residency for Animated Films at the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud, one of the most exciting incubators for animated films.
• WONDERFUL WACKY WOLVED, six adorable animated stories.
• Artist and producer Claire Matz, designer and stop-motion artist Taili Wu, and animator, storyboard artist, and graphic novelist Angela Devito confirmed for the Women in Animation panel.
• Augmented Reality in Social Media & Metaverse, an online workshop and presentation organized in collaboration with New York Institute of Technology.

Previously Announced Highlights:

• 28 US and 23 NY Premieres of feature-length and short films, including Golden Globes Nominee MY SUNNY MAAD, PRINCESS DRAGON, and, ARCHIPELAGO
• First Female Guest of Honor Florence Miailhe opens the festival with the NY premiere of her award-winning first feature THE CROSSING
Closing night exclusive screening of THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS
• A special talk on the influence of Disney on French Animation and a 30th anniversary screening of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, in partnership with The MET Museum
• Works in Progress of highly anticipated films with in-person appearances by Benjamin Massoubre (LITTLE NICHOLAS), Alain Ughetto (NO DOGS OR ITALIANS ALLOWED), Ilan Urroz (THE INVENTOR, a film about Leonardo da Vinci)
• Shorts programs include Best of Annecy International Film Festival and New French Shorts
• 2nd Annual Student Short Film Competition returns with emerging talent from top US and French animation schools
• Online program with distinct lineup: feature films, shorts, Work in Progress and a special panel on Women in Animation.

About Animation First

Animation First is the only film festival in the United States dedicated to French animation.

Today, France is Europe’s largest producer and the world’s third-largest exporter of animated film. Since its early beginnings in the late 19th century when Émile Reynaud projected his Pantomimes Lumineuses at the Musée Grevin in Paris, the French animation industry has inspired filmmakers and artists. Their resulting experiments with puppets, cutouts, and stop motion, have been instrumental in inventing important techniques in cinema. Renowned for its stylistic innovation and an approach that integrates artisanal methods with technological ingenuity, French animation continues to garner awards worldwide and spans a diversity of genres. It is responsible for a variety of films from independent art-house successes such as Sylvain Chomet’s The Triplets of Belleville and Michael Dudok de Wit’s The Red Turtle to those for mature audiences like Persepolis and I Lost My Body to big-budget blockbusters Ballerina to the Franco-American Despicable Me franchise.

Beyond films, France has carved out an important space in animated TV programs, web series, video games, and the rapidly developing fields of virtual reality and new technologies.


Lead sponsors of Animation First are The Florence Gould Foundation, The Kleinschmidt Family Foundation, Pictanovo and Pôle Image Magelis.

Supporting sponsors are Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, Québec Government Office in New York, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New, York State Council on the Arts, TitraFilm, TV5Monde, and UniFrance.

Co-Presenting partners are New York Institute of Technology, and Women in Animation.


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Instagram: @fiafny



#NHLPeachy @NHL Halfway Mark - 2021-22 NHL Season

With 653 games played to date, the 2021-22 regular season will eclipse the halfway mark Wednesday, Jan. 26.


* The Art Ross Trophy race is among the closest the NHL has seen in the modern era (since 1943-44), with only two points separating the top four point-getters ahead of the halfway mark.

* The battle for the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy has the five front-runners separated by only six goals, with everyone chasing down leader Chris Kreider who recently reached the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career.

* Entering the second half of the 2021-22 NHL season, 23 players are on pace to score 40 goals and 10 are tracking toward a 100-point campaign.

* As Alex Ovechkin continues his pursuit of third place on the NHL’s all-time goals list, he has put himself within reach of becoming the oldest player in League history to lead all players in goals and points at the end of a season.


289 – Number of U.S.-born players who have played at least one game in 2021-22, three shy of matching the most in one season in NHL history (292 in 2020-21, including playoffs).

128 – Players have made their NHL debut so far in 2021-22 (111 skaters, 17 goaltenders), the fourth-highest total through 653 games in NHL history behind 1979-80 (183), 2005-06 (156) and 1981-82 (131).

91 – Percentage of days this season that either the Panthers (70 days) or Lightning (26 days) have occupied first place in the Atlantic Division standings (96 of 106 days) - including every day since mid-December.

47 – Hat tricks scored so far in 2021-22, tied with 2010-11 for the second-most at this stage of a season (653 GP) over the last 20 campaigns (48 in 2018-19).

43 – Number of times that a team has scored seven or more goals in a game in 2021-22, the most at this stage of a season (653 GP) since 1995-96 (72) and equal to the total in the entire 2020-21 campaign (43 in 868 GP).

36 – Age, in years, of the oldest player in NHL history to lead the League outright in both goals and points at the end of a season. Bill Cook did so in 1932-33 while skating for the Rangers, finishing with 28 goals and 50 points at age 36 years, 165 days as of the final day of the season. Alex Ovechkin (36 years, 224 days on April 29, 2022) is in the running to become the oldest ever to do so.

35 – Goals Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar is on pace to hit in 2021-22. There have been only seven instances of a defenseman scoring 35+ goals in a season, with the most recent being Paul Coffey in 1985-86 (48 w/ EDM) - which stands as the highest single-season total by a defenseman in NHL history.

26 – Years since a team has had three players each with 100+ points in the same season (PIT in 1995-96). Colorado has three players tracking toward triple digits (Nazem Kadri, Mikko Rantanen & Nathan MacKinnon).

23 – Number of players currently on pace for 40+ goals in 2021-22 (min. 20 GP). The last 82-game NHL season (2018-19) saw 13 players reach the mark, and just five years ago only three skaters did so (2016-17).

20 – Players who are currently set to make their NHL All-Star debut in the upcoming 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Game, ranging from 20-year-old Jack Hughes to 34-year-old Cam Talbot.

16 – Length of Colorado’s active home winning streak; there have been only four longer such runs in NHL history.

13 – Number of teams in the Western Conference that either occupy a playoff spot or sit within five points of one, with teams outside the bracket holding up to seven games in hand on those inside the playoff picture.

11 – Number of the League’s top 12 point-getters entering the halfway mark who are headed to 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend: Leon Draisaitl (59 PTS), Alex Ovechkin (58), Jonathan Huberdeau (58), Connor McDavid (57), Nazem Kadri (52), Steven Stamkos (50), Kirill Kaprizov (49), Joe Pavelski (48), Johnny Gaudreau (48), Timo Meier (46) and Adam Fox (46).

11 – Number of different teams with a winning streak of 7+ games this season: Pittsburgh (10 GP), Carolina (9 GP), Florida (8 GP), Anaheim (8 GP), Minnesota (8 GP), Los Angeles (7 GP), Dallas (7 GP), NY Rangers (7 GP), Nashville (7 GP), Vancouver (7 GP) and Colorado (7 GP; active).

10 – Players on pace to reach the 100-point mark in 2021-22: Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Alex Ovechkin, Nazem Kadri, Jonathan Huberdeau, Kirill Kaprizov, Johnny Gaudreau, Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon and Brad Marchand. Only one of the previous 14 seasons (since 2007-08) ended with five or more 100-point scorers (6 in 2018-19).

10 – Go-ahead goals in the final minute of regulation in 2021-22, the highest total at this stage of a season (653 GP) since 2014-15 (12). There have also been 19 tying goals in the final minute in 2021-22.

10 – Length of the road goal streak by Auston Matthews from Nov. 24, 2021 to Jan. 15, 2022, the longest in nearly 28 years and one shy of the NHL record shared by Pavel Bure (11 GP in 1993-94) and Steve Yzerman (11 GP in 1988-89).

8 – Point differential between second place and seventh place in the Pacific Division standings, with seed Nos. 3-7 all holding between one and seven games in hand on the No. 2-ranked Ducks.

7 – Number of goals required by Alex Ovechkin (759) to tie Jaromir Jagr (766) for third place in NHL history and for the most ever by a player born outside North America. At his current rate (0.67 G/GP in 2021-22), Ovechkin is on track to equal Jagr either Feb. 24 (at NYR) or Feb. 26 (at PHI).

6 – Number of different teams to hold first place in the NHL standings since the calendar turned Jan. 1, with Florida (14), Tampa Bay (7), Carolina (1), Colorado (1), NY Rangers (1) and Washington (1) taking turns at No. 1.

5 – Number of players within six goals of the League lead as five NHL All-Stars – Chris Kreider (30), Leon Draisaitl (29), Alex Ovechkin (29), Auston Matthews (25) and Alex DeBrincat (24) – enter the second half of the season as the front-runners for the 2021-22 Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy.

5 – Points separating the top four teams in the Metropolitan Division, where the Rangers (14 days), Hurricanes (9 days) and Capitals (2 days) have all occupied first place this month. The Penguins, who currently sit one point back of the No. 1-ranked Rangers, last held first place in the division through games of Oct. 20.

3 – Points separating the two highest scoring rookies in 2021-22, Detroit's Lucas Raymond (11-22—33 in 42 GP) and Anaheim’s Trevor Zegras (10-20—30 in 38 GP). Only two of the past seven seasons have seen the two highest-scoring rookies separated by three or fewer points at the halfway mark: 2017-18 (Brock Boeser: 39 points; Mathew Barzal: 37 points) and 2016-17 (Patrik Laine: 37 points; Auston Matthews: 35 points).

2 – Seasons in the NHL’s modern era (since 1943-44) in which the top four point-getters at the halfway mark were separated by two points or fewer, as is the case heading into Wednesday’s action. It happened in 2011-12 when Henrik Sedin (49) was being pursued by Phil Kessel (48), Claude Giroux (48), Joffrey Lupul (47) and Daniel Sedin (47), as well as in 2003-04 when Ilya Kovalchuk (46) was closely followed by Robert Lang (46), Markus Naslund (46) and Pavel Datsyuk (45).

2 – Players who have passed or will pass Doug Jarvis’ mark of 964 consecutive games – Keith Yandle (965 GP) surpassed Jarvis to set a new NHL record Jan. 25, while Phil Kessel (941 GP) sits 24 consecutive appearances shy of surpassing Jarvis for second on the all-time list.

1 – Number of alley-oop style goals in 2021-22 that have garnered millions of views across social platforms.

.763 – Points percentage held by the Avalanche through 40 games played. They are the sixth team in nine seasons to have a rate at least that high at this stage of their season, following the 2018-19 Lightning (.800), 2015-16 Capitals (.788), 2017-18 Lightning (.763), 2013-14 Blues (.763) and 2013-14 Ducks (.763).

0 – Number of players to record 100 points in a season for the Panthers or Wild. Jonathan Huberdeau (FLA; on pace for 110 points) and Kirill Kaprizov (MIN; on pace for 107 points) are tracking toward franchise firsts.

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Monday, January 24, 2022

#HistoryofWhomYouKnow #13YearAnniversary January 25, 2022 Now a Teenager, Whom You Know Turns 13 Years Old!


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NEW YORK, NEW YORK (January 25, 2022) -Whom You Know is turning thirteen; we were social media influencers before the term existed.  Whom You Know is led by Founder, CEO and Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Peachy Deegan.  After an unprecedented second epidemic year of lockdown in New York, it is clear that online quality journalism is needed more than ever.  Whom You Know continues to identify and review the best in fashion, entertainment, books, cinema, music, sports and cuisine primarily on the East Coast. With over 26,000 posts on the tremendously popular “WHOM YOU KNOW” site and over 100,000 Twitter followers and 20,000 LinkedIn Connections, viewers are inspired to purchase the products and services reviewed in over 200 columns on the site.  Peachy Deegan is still ranked in the top 0.5% of Klear influencers globally and has consistently maintained this honorable ranking for years.  Whom You Know was founded in 2009 to feature the best of Manhattan and now it covers excellence everywhere, particularly in top American cities and across America and Europe.  We work directly with entrepreneurs and feature only the best of what we experience.  Whom You Know personally vets each product featured on the basis of its merit alone, and this discerning standard for quality benefits the loyal audience.  Peachy Deegan's journalism career began as an intern on CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Kuralt, and she subsequently interned for CBS Sports in Hartford and Boston, and ESPN in Daytona Beach.   We especially love brands manufactured and designed in the United States of America.  Peachy is a graduate of Miss Porter's School, Boston College and University College Cork.
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#HistoryofWhomYouKnow #13YearAnniversary 25 janvier 2022 Un adolescent que vous connaissez fête maintenant ces 13 ans !


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NEW YORK, NEW YORK (25 janvier 2022) -Whom You Know a treize ans ; nous étions des influenceurs des médias sociaux avant que le terme n'existe.  Whom You Know est dirigé par le fondateur, PDG et éditeur/rédacteur en chef  Peachy Deegan.   Après une deuxième année épidémique de confinement sans précédent à New York, il est clair qu'un journalisme en ligne de qualité est plus que jamais nécessaire. Whom You Know continue d'identifier et de passer en revue le meilleur de la mode, du divertissement, des livres, du cinéma, de la musique, des sports et de la cuisine, principalement sur la côte Est. Avec plus de 26 000 messages sur le site extrêmement populaire « WHOM YOU KNOW » et plus de 100 000 abonnés Twitter et 20 000 connexions LinkedIn, les téléspectateurs sont inspirés pour acheter les produits et services examinés dans plus de 200 colonnes sur le site.  Peachy Deegan est toujours classée dans le top 0,5% des influenceurs Klear à l'échelle mondiale et a toujours maintenu ce classement honorable pendant des années. Whom You Know a été fondée en 2009 pour présenter le meilleur de Manhattan et couvre désormais l'excellence partout, en particulier dans les principales villes américaines et à travers l'Amérique et l'Europe. Nous travaillons directement avec des entrepreneurs et ne présentons que le meilleur de ce que nous vivons. Whom You Know vérifie personnellement chaque produit présenté sur la base de son seul mérite, et cette norme de qualité exigeante profite au public fidèle. La carrière de journaliste de Peachy Deegan a commencé en tant que stagiaire sur CBS Sunday Morning avec Charles Kuralt, et elle a ensuite effectué un stage pour CBS Sports à Hartford et Boston, et ESPN à Daytona Beach. Nous aimons particulièrement les marques fabriquées et conçues aux États-Unis d'Amérique.  Peachy est diplômée de la Miss Porter's School, du Boston College et de l'University College Cork.

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