manhattan miss


Taliyah Amaya, a young woman of color from the South Bronx is MISSING. So many young girls and women have been going missing in the South Bronx like Maylin Reynoso. I know I have like no followers but please reblog especially if you live in NYC/tri state area!!!!! If you have any information call the number provided (929) 256 0471 or call the police.

UPDATE: SHE IS SAFE AND SOUND!! thank you all for sharing far and wide! 💚💚💚

Tonner’s Miss Piggy vinyl dolls, 2009 Mainline collection

from left to right w descriptions:

My Fair Piggy: Styled in a butter shantung walking costume with satin sash and ribbon trim; including hat, necklace, gloves with sewn-on ring, hosiery, shoes and red wig. 16" tall.

Piggy Takes Manhattan: Dressed in a magenta velvet suit with faux fur trim; including charmeuse trimmed faux fur hat, gloves with sewn-on ring, necklace, hosiery, shoes and golden blonde wig. 16" tall.

2009 Miss Piggy Basic: Dressed in a Lycra dress with marabou trim; including necklace, gloves with sewn-on ring, wheat blonde wig and shoes. 16" tall.

Divine Swine: An embroidered and sequined pink shimmer dress; including gloves with sewn-on ring, hosiery, marabou boa and shoes.

Tango with Kermie: A satin and net tango dress lined in effervescent red; including Kermit brooch, gloves with sewn-on ring, hosiery and shoes.

Manhattanhenge, a uniquely New York phenomenon popularized by Neil deGrasse Tyson Ph.D. ‘91, happens twice a year as the setting sun aligns with the streets of Manhattan. If you missed it this weekend, the Earth will tilt back up for another sight down the streets on July 12th and 13th.

Pictured here: last year’s May Manhattanhenge through College Walk.

Moment submitted by Colin Howard CC ‘17.