Monthly Archives: November 2021

95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade NYC-2021

The famed celebration kicked off at 9 a.m. from Central Park West and 77th Street to cheers of eager spectators as it embarked on its traditional two-and-a-half mile trek south through Midtown, signaling the official start to the holiday season.

“New York hasn’t lost its magic! Goodbye COVID, and hello baby Yoda!”

Last year, the route was trimmed to a single block due to pandemic precautions, which also barred spectators from turning up to watch.

While kids under 12 weren’t allowed to march in the parade this year, the spectacle was allowed to go on with few pandemic restrictions aside from a recommendation that parade goers mask up and a requirement that all participants be vaccinated.

The holiday festival brought swarms of tourists and locals who lined up early Thursday to ensure they had a good spot to watch the 28 floats and 15 oversized balloons make their way through Manhattan.

Longtime classics like Snoopy, Spongebob and Papa Smurf were back once again but newcomers like Ada Twist, the scientist from the animated children’s Netflix series, and the beloved Baby Yoda from “The Mandalorian,” made their parade debuts.

“For more than nine decades, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has served to bring joy to millions, who gather with friends and family to experience this one-of-a-kind holiday celebration along the streets of New York City and in homes nationwide,” Will Coss, the parade’s executive producer, said in a statement.

“For our 95th celebration, Macy’s has created a spectacle to remember featuring a dazzling array of high-flying balloons, animated floats and incredible performers. We can’t wait to help New York City and the nation kick-off the holiday season with the return of this cherished tradition.”

We have covered the Macy’s thanksgiving parade for many years, and Balloon Inflation at Central park, a day before the thanks giving day parade in our World Liberty TV, Cultural Channels. See More parades in our World Liberty TV, Cultural Channels and Blogs by clicking here.



Teofimo Lopez VS George Kambosos Jr for Undisputed Lightweight Championship NY Press Conf-2021

George Kambosos Jr. believes yesterday’s fracas between Teofimo Lopez’s father and his father shows the champion’s team is full of ‘nervous energy’ ahead of their clash for Lopez’s IBF, WBO, WBA, WBC Franchise & Ring Magazine World Lightweight titles, at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, live worldwide on DAZN.

George Kambosos Jr. believes yesterday’s fracas between Teofimo Lopez’s father and his father shows the champion’s team is full of ‘nervous energy’ ahead of their clash for Lopez’s IBF, WBO, WBA, WBC Franchise & Ring Magazine World Lightweight titles, at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, live worldwide on DAZN.

Kambosos Jr. (19-0 10 KOs) and Lopez (16-0 12 KOs) have been itching to get in the ring and end the long-running saga over their clash, which has been cancelled twice since being called with the Australian landing the IBF mandatory spot with victory in London over Lee Selby in October 2020.

Challenger and champion attended the media workout in New York yesterday, and as their paths crossed in the new Church Street Boxing Gym location near MSG, the teams clashed as the tensions rose between the camps.

It was a great pleasure to meet and interview Teofimo Lopez The Current IBF, WBO, WBA, WBC Franchise and Ring Magazine World Lightweight titles. Our Prediction for the fight is a late round KO or a stoppage of George Kambosos Jr. Teofimo Lopez is too skilled and powerful for his opponent.

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World Liberty TV Wins The Prestigious Indie Gala Best Indie Publication Award-2021

This year’s annual Indie Fashion Gala will be hosted at the historic Murray Hill New Church Mansion located at 114 E 35th St, New York, NY 10016.

Located at East 35th Street and Park Avenue in one of Manhattan’s most charming and picturesque sections, also known as Murray Hill, the Neo-Renaissance inspired building sits on a 77-foot wide lot, set back from the street, allowing for an elegant front garden perfect for our guest’s red carpet entrance.

​The home for the New York Society, the historic mansion was built in 1859 by followers of Emanuel Swedenborg, the Swedish religious philosopher.

Rich with artistic culture and history, we look forward to honoring and celebrating a new generation of independent artists and entrepreneurs this upcoming November 13th 2021.

 Best Indie Publication World Liberty TV (Winner)  ’Mochelle Fashion Magazine, Fashion Passion Magazine,  Try Fashion Magazine,  The Elegant Classy Gentleman Magazine,  Hinchology  Runway News Magazine and Enve Online .

We at World Liberty TV, are very proud that we were nominated for the Best Indie Publication Award 2021, against many worthy magazines who showcase fashion articles in their publications. I was very shocked that World Liberty TV, Fashion Channel, Blogs and Photo gallery, won the Best Indie Publication Award 2021. Our Publisher, Dr. Abbey who accepted the award on behalf of World Liberty TV, team.

Made a very heartwarming speech, he went on to say, I lost my mother 7 weeks ago to Cancer and I am picking up this award in her honor, he went on to say his mother was his inspiration for starting the Fashion channel and motivated him in covering many events in the fashion sector. He finished off thanking Mr Preston Walker and his nomination committee for the Indie Fashion Calendar.

Mr Preston went on to say, this is an award Dr. Abbey richly deserves and worked very hard in the fashion sector showcasing many people and giving them positive publicity and exposure in their World Liberty TV, I also appreciate World Liberty TV, covering our Small Boutique Fashion Week shows throughout the years.

Some of the other honorees and people that were nominated for the Indie Gala awards 2021.

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43rd Annual New York University International Hospitality Industry Conference-2021

NYU School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality Hosts the 43rd Annual NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference, Convening Renowned Hospitality Thought Leaders In-Person in NYC.

Featured Speakers Jamie Dimon, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase, and CEOs from Accor, BWH, Hilton, IHG, and Marriott, Among Others, Share Insights and Forecasts.During Enlightening General Sessions Complemented by Innovative Breakout Discussions.

The NYU School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality convened top hospitality industry executives and thought leaders from across the US and around the world for its 43rd Annual NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. This leading hospitality forum is one of the first major industry conferences to resume in-person in NYC since the pandemic struck.

Jonathan M. Tisch, chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels and Company, and Co-chairman of the board of Loews Corporation, who serves as Conference chair, opened the event, which spans three days (November 7-9) by delivering remarks on the state of the industry and providing a preview of the content to come. In his opening remarks, while he focused on the issues the hospitality, travel, and tourism industries continue to face due to the pandemic, he also stressed the opportunities at hand, specifically in the areas of business travel, global events, and the power of these industries to bring people together.

The first day of content was highlighted by thought-provoking general sessions with high-profile leaders and innovators sharing their insights.

The CEOs Check-In: A View from the Top,” featured hospitality executives who discussed the evolving investment landscape, and how the hospitality industry is growing once again.  Sara Eisen, anchor, “Closing Bell,” CNBC, moderated this discussion with Keith Barr, chief executive officer, IHG Hotels & Resorts; Sébastien M. Bazin, chairman and chief executive officer, Accor; Anthony Capuano, chief executive officer, Marriott International; David Kong, president and chief executive officer, BWH Hotel Group; and Christopher J. Nassetta, president and chief executive officer, Hilton. The executives shared positive outlooks as the industry focuses on 2022. From foreign travel resuming to family members and friends eager to be back together, they expect to see continued growth in the sector, with people feeling more comfortable with traveling. While the pandemic caused tremendous hardship, these leaders are clearly embracing the accelerated change that has come from it—particularly in the area of customer experience. They also see efficiencies across the sector, technology, and remote work, as being key influences now and in the months ahead.

We covered the 43rd Annual NYU International Hospitality Industry Conference-2021, for the first time in our World Liberty TV, Business channels and blogs, and as Mr Andrew Hamilton, President of New York University said, this is our first live Conference in the last one year and half. Close to 1100 hundred people were in attendance, great speakers from around the world in attendance.

A touching tribute to Arne M. Sorenson, President and CEO of Marriott International, who passed unexpectedly on February 15, 2021. In May 2019, the company announced that Mr. Sorenson had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. David S . Marriott, Director of Marriott Board of Directors went on to stay he was truly a great man who made great changes for all people in the Hospitability business. He would be never forgotten; a special video tribute was played in his honor.

I had met and spoke to to Mr Sorenson on two different occasions, one being at the Clinton Global Foundation and other times at the Times Square Marriott hotel events, he was a down to earth guy and would take time to speak to you and listen to you. The two times I met him I was very highly impressed with him and what he was doing for people of color in the Hospitability business and had his heart in the right place. His work will continue to be done and he will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace my friend.

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