New Kids On The Block: Document Your Personal History and Get Your Latest Skating needs

LongStoryShort.com leaves no story untold. Founded in Westchester, New York by veteran filmmaker Larry Horowitz, the new business and website offers to capture and document your personal history on film. The films are made for all sorts of reasons, from a wedding to a bar mitzvah to a retirement, sometimes just to capture the life of a loved one. This is a multi-faceted process with each family recorded and researched with in-home interviews, a focus on the hobbies and activities of the subject, as well as reaching out to old associates and extended family. The documentaries also include still documentation like family photographs, slides, home movies, newspaper articles, birth certificates, heirlooms and more. This is a unique historic gift to share about the history of one’s life, a special event or how a corporation became successful. Visit the website to learn more about www.LongStoryShort.com or call 917-882-7580 for more information.

A new store, Wampum Skate Shop, 2487 Main Street, a skate shop and lifestyle clothing store has recently opened in Bridgehampton. It blends high-end fashion with the skateboarding culture that has been so prominent over the last few years. Here, they choose skate brands that they like and support, and carry clothing from all around the United States. Owners Marley and Lennon Ficalora (brothers) grew up spending half the year in Montauk, and half in Olympia, WA. Lennon is one of the best skateboarders in the Hamptons, and was the first local kid ever to be invited to compete in the Van’s Warp Tour National Skateboarding Competition.
They have brought together a “mix of brands from all over the country that you will not see anywhere.” The store is located behind their mother’s Main Street Helen Ficalora jewelry store. Log on to www.wampumny.com. [expand]

Kicking off summer, the launch of Audrey & Emma, LLC offers luxury handbag liners designed specifically for the protection of Louis Vuitton and Longchamp handbags. The company’s environmentally friendly line of products, as well as the packaging, is exclusively made stateside with recycled materials, and a portion of each sale will go directly to the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund. Available in a variety of colors and designs, Audrey & Emma’s liners are laser-cut to precisely fit the Louis Vuitton Speedy 30, the Longchamp Le Pliage 12”, and the Le Pliage 10”. The patented design tucks under the bag’s hardware, providing a protective barrier and consistent fit. Regardless of what’s inside, the liners ensure that the bag retains its shape, while at the same time protecting the inside from everyday debris. “We believe that beauty on the outside starts with beauty on the inside,” said Elissa West, founder and CEO of Audrey & Emma. “Our liners are designed for form and function…And by using only recycled materials and making charitable contributions from our sales, we hope to show that luxury can go hand in hand with social responsibility.” For more information, visit www.audreyandemma.com.

If you are a New Kid On The Block, or have relocated to another space, please let me know about you. E-mail me at: newkids@danspapers.com. [/expand]

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