Suzanne Boothby

 

Suzanne is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor and content strategist focused on cutting-edge nutrition, health, food politics, and eco-conscious stories. From Random House to Mother Jones Magazine, she has worked her way through the magazine and book industries. Suzanne is a health coach, cook and the author of The After Cancer Diet: How to Live Healthier Than Ever Before. She is a proud graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

Suzanne Boothby
Summer Streets Will Bring Zip-Lining and More to NYC Tomorrow!

Summer Streets Will Bring Zip-Lining and More to NYC Tomorrow!

This year’s free programming includes rock climbing at Spring Street, bike helmet fittings at 51st Street, and bike repairs at 25th Steet, along with urban art installations and…

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Bring Your Bike on the East River Ferry for FREE Tomorrow to Summer Streets NYC

Bring Your Bike on the East River Ferry for FREE Tomorrow to Summer Streets NYC

Headed to Summer Streets tomorrow? NY Waterways' East River Ferry has sent us word that they'll be waiving the $1 bicycle fee for those traveling to the summer festival this weekend…

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New Study Shows That NYC Surprisingly Has Lower Lung Cancer Rates Than Upstate New York

New Study Shows That NYC Surprisingly Has Lower Lung Cancer Rates Than Upstate New York

Cigarette photo via Shutterstock Upstate New Yorkers might see more stars and breathe fresher air, but according to a new report, they also have a higher rate of lung cancer than New…

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PHOTOS: Brooklynites Show Off Beautiful Gardens for the 2012 Greenest Block in Brooklyn Competition

PHOTOS: Brooklynites Show Off Beautiful Gardens for the 2012 Greenest Block in Brooklyn Competition

The free contest, a project of GreenBridge and Borough President Marty Markowitz, and sponsored by Brooklyn Community Foundation, is a borough-wide effort to bring blocks together to…

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Rent a Backyard: New Timeshare on the Lower East Side Offers Outdoor Fun by the Hour

Rent a Backyard: New Timeshare on the Lower East Side Offers Outdoor Fun by the Hour

The Timeshare Backyard has added a few goodies since last year including picnic tables, lounge chairs, umbrellas and a grill. The space also includes a bathroom, squirt guns, hula hoops…

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NYC Citi Bike Share Program Delayed Until August

NYC Citi Bike Share Program Delayed Until August

If you've been holding your breath with helmet in hand for the launch of NYC's new bike share program, we've got a bit of bad news. It looks like New Yorkers will have to wait another…

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Brooklynite Spike Lee Gets Behind Mayor Bloomberg’s Proposed Soda Ban

Brooklynite Spike Lee Gets Behind Mayor Bloomberg’s Proposed Soda Ban

This week famed filmmaker and long-time Brooklyn resident Spike Lee voiced his support of Mayor Bloomberg’s highly controversial proposal to limit the size of sodas and other sugary…

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For Humankind: NYC Pop-Up Design Expo Highlights Human Elements in the Tech World

For Humankind: NYC Pop-Up Design Expo Highlights Human Elements in the Tech World

How can human beings make the best of the technology that is so rapidly and drastically changing the way we live? That was the question at the center of last week's For Humankind pop-up…

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NYC’s First Sustainable Hackathon Creates Green Apps for the City

NYC’s First Sustainable Hackathon Creates Green Apps for the City

“Whether by providing more information about recycling opportunities or new apps that promote tree stewardship, we are ready to partner with the technology industry to package our…

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Diller Scofidio + Renfro Unveils Glass-Clad Green Design for Columbia University Medical Center

Diller Scofidio + Renfro Unveils Glass-Clad Green Design for Columbia University Medical Center

Designs for Columbia University Medical Center’s new 14-story, state-of-the-art medical and graduate education building were unveiled this past week. The modern, glass tower, designed…

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The Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort is an Award-Winning Green Getaway in Lake Placid

The Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort is an Award-Winning Green Getaway in Lake Placid

About a five hour drive from NYC, the Golden Arrow Resort has extensive green features including a green roof, sustainable dining, CFL lighting, and even VIP parking for hybrid…

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New Tree-Lined Solar Streetscape Could Be Coming Soon to Manhattan's Upper West Side

New Tree-Lined Solar Streetscape Could Be Coming Soon to Manhattan's Upper West Side

Upper West Siders rejoice! A stretch of Columbus Ave. is about to get a green makeover with solar technology infusing the sidewalks. The Columbus Avenue Business Improvement District…

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Mayor Bloomberg’s Plan to Ban Soda and Sugary Drinks in NYC Moves Ahead

Mayor Bloomberg’s Plan to Ban Soda and Sugary Drinks in NYC Moves Ahead

Mayor Bloomberg's controversial plan to ban sugary drinks is moving ahead. Yesterday, the NYC the Board of Health voted unanimously to publish the mayor’s proposal to ban the sales of…

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New Jersey is Fighting for Its Own High Line-Style Rail Park

New Jersey is Fighting for Its Own High Line-Style Rail Park

Manhattan’s High Line has been such a success that now New Jersey is hankering to have their own elevated park. The proposed site of the green space would be at the Harsimus Stem…

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FIGMENT NYC Brings Free Participatory Art to Governors Island This Weekend

FIGMENT NYC Brings Free Participatory Art to Governors Island This Weekend

Looking for a way to get your creative energy fired up? FIGMENT NYC 2012 is returning to Governors Island this weekend! This free, family-friendly and participatory event will fill the…

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Uhuru Creates Neat School-Inspired Desks Out of Reclaimed NYC Wood

Uhuru Creates Neat School-Inspired Desks Out of Reclaimed NYC Wood

Uhuru compiled their collective memories of elementary school desks to create this functional piece that can be used as a desk or table. As a twist, these Rhode Island School of Design…

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Bees in Times Square: InterContinental Hotel Unveils New Rooftop Beehive

Bees in Times Square: InterContinental Hotel Unveils New Rooftop Beehive

Traveling apiculturist Zainal Khan is overseeing the hive for now and is training Chef Andrew Rubin to maintain it on a daily basis. The hive is expected to produce almost 30 pounds of…

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The UrBarn: Just Food Serves Up Sustainable Eats at the Great GoogaMooga

The UrBarn: Just Food Serves Up Sustainable Eats at the Great GoogaMooga

Just Food is a nonprofit organization that connects communities in all five boroughs with fresh, local grown food. Since 1995, they have championed the growth of sustainable food…

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The Top 8 Eco Products from the First Ever NYC Green Festival

The Top 8 Eco Products from the First Ever NYC Green Festival

For the Clean Water Seeker: Kishu Clean water made simple with charcoal. It sounds kinda crazy, but according to Kishu makers, it's a Japanese tradition. You simply put one hunk of…

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The Green Festival Lands in New York City for Earth Day

The Green Festival Lands in New York City for Earth Day

The Green Festival hits the Big Apple for the first time this weekend, April 21-22 at the new LEED-certified North Wing of the Jacob Javits Center. The eco-conscious event is perfectly…

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