New Yorkers on NY Values; K?lsch Fest at Broken Bow Brewery

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Here’s what’s happening today, Jan. 20, in the 914, according to Westchester Woman:

1.) When you think of New York values, what comes to mind?

Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz was being a hater and tried to diss his competitor Donald Trump during the last Republican presidential debate by knocking New York values.

Here’s what he said: Everyone understands that values in New York City are socially liberal, or pro-abortion or pro-gay marriage, focused around money and the media.”

New Yorkers, of course, weren’t haven’t it.

Westchester residents also recently schooled Cruz on what New York values really mean.?Here’s what New York values means to us:

New York values are doing everything with passion and conviction. New Yorkers may not all agree, but we try to get along and be accepting and respectful each other, and our differences.

Here’s what one Harrison resident told?LoHud.com:

New York values are unique. It is the immigration capital of the world. Most people are hardworking, respectful, and look out for each other. -?Mike Giordano

Read the rest of the responses in LoHud.com by clicking the box below?and tell us what you think New York values are in our comments section at the bottom of this post:

 

2.) The family-owned and operated Broken Bow Brewery is hosting a massive German feast for a second year in a row on Feb. 6.

The ?John James Band will serve as the live entertainment for the?K?lsch Fest, which runs from 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., and includes open bar, a souvenir glass and a catered Bavarian buffet by The Great American BBQ. Get the details?on the menu?and buy your tickets by clicking below:

 

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