Renowned treehouse builder, author and T.V. host, Pete Nelson, will design the family-friendly treehouse space inspired by the ingredient combinations found in the Elements range. Dove Men+Careis debuting Elements, a multi-product innovation with a range that draws on ingredient combinations including minerals and sage, charcoaland clay, and mineral powder and sandalwood. We know that men are looking for a new kind of freshness in their grooming routines, said NickSoukas, vice president of Marketing for Dove at Unilever U.S. With the Dove Men+Care Elements line,weve developed personal care products that are inspired by the power of natures elements.They include energizing ingredient combinations that trigger mens senses and formulations thatprovide the superior care for their skin and hair consumers expect from Dove Men+Care. Starting Monday, consumers can visit www.DoveMenCare.com/ElementsTreehouse to explain why they want to stay at the Dove Men+Care Elements Treehouse along with their family, which will open in the spring. Im thrilled to partner with Dove Men+Care to create the Dove Men+Care Elements Treehouse, my first-ever treehouse concept that brings to life the unique ingredients found in a grooming product line said Mr. Nelson. I believe that treehouses ignite a sense of wonder within all of us, and I look forward to creating a space where families can connect with nature while spending quality time with one another. For more information about Dove Men+Care Elements, and how to visit the treehouse, go to http://www.DoveMenCare.com/ElementsTreehouse and follow @DoveMenCare on Twitter and Instagram. February 14, 2017
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| Mon Feb 13, 2017 | 9:19pm EST New York City mayor says 'affordability crisis' threatens city FILE PHOTO -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio presents the Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Budget at ครีมหน้าเงา New York City Hall in New York, U.S., January 24, 2017. REUTERS/Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Pool/File Photo By Hilary Russ | NEW YORK NEW YORK New York City is threatened by an "affordability crisis" because rising housing prices have significantly outpaced wage growth, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday. De Blasio used his state of the city address to speak broadly about New Yorkers' struggles to pay rent and make ends meet and discussed recent proposals, rather than lay explanation out many new proposals. De Blasio, a Democrat who took office in January 2014, is up for reelection in November. Held at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem, home to numerous American musical legends including Billie Holiday, the program featured at least 45 minutes of introductory remarks that were a mostly a love story to the city's diversity. "So many people in this city are afraid they cannot stay in the city that they love," because of high costs, de Blasio said. De Blasio cited a long list of what he considers some of his biggest accomplishments, including the implementation of neighborhood policing and the highest ever four-year high-school graduation rate of 72.6 percent in 2016. He said residents would hear in coming weeks more details of forthcoming proposals about homelessness, opioid addiction and the creation of more higher paying jobs, which he called the "next frontline." He said the city would strive to create 100,000 more permanent good jobs that pay at least $50,000 a year. Last week, de Blasio released information about other proposals that he touched on in his speech, including ways to help seniors and low-income people afford housing by adding new units and providing more rental assistance. He said previously that he would seek to add 10,000 apartments for households earning less than $40,000 a year, half of which would be reserved for seniors, while another 500 would be for veterans.