1. Return to JFK: Two decades after Austrian Airlines launched its original, but unsuccessful transatlantic service to New York–a joint operation with Sabena Belgian World Airways inaugurated on April 1, 1969 with a Boeing 707-320 registered OE-LBA that made an intermediate stop in Brussels-it returned to the US on March 26, 1989, this time with an Airbus A-310-300 sporting registration OE-LAA. The occasion not only introduced intercontinental service to its route system, but a widebody aircraft with its first three-class cabin configuration to its fleet. Unlike the previous attempt, this one proved successful, but signaled the beginning of another two

“On the evening I returned home to find the sheriff’s eviction notice on my front door, I smiled. I smiled because I knew a secret… “–Walt F.J. Goodridge If you’re hoping that one of the lessons I learned by my third eviction was “how not to get evicted,” then you might be disappointed by what I have to share. However, what I did learn may be more valuable to you if you are facing a similar situation. Several years ago, in the process of transitioning from being an employee to being a full-time “passionpreneur,” I was, in fact, evicted on

“Twenty-five million dollars missing or unaccounted for.” Shocking headlines and stories similar to this appearing in local newspapers recently is what has finally brought attention to the ever growing world of corruption in school districts on Long Island. Many of the recent news stories that have appeared in local papers focus on the horrible financial mismanagement and theft that has been going on in school districts for many years unchecked. The real problem is not being examined or addressed. How did such large amounts of money in various districts disappear without anyone blowing the whistle on the offenders? When this