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Be the light! Text ERIC39 to 44-321 or visit the Eric’s Circle of Light campaign page. Eric’s Circle of Light was established in honor of our dear friend, Eric Spencer Richenstein (1982 – 2020). He is always in our hearts, but especially so on July 6, which this year would have been his 39th birthday. Eric’s […]
It was a typical school day in April 1943. Sally was enjoying her lunch at Brooklyn’s Lincoln High School when a teacher, who thought Sally was being too loud, moved her to the track team table. There, Maurice introduced himself and welcomed Sally to the seat next to his. That weekend they went on their first date: a movie and stroll on the iconic Coney Island boardwalk for Nathan’s Famous hot dogs and french fries. They’ve been inseparable ever since.
Shannon lived his life on his own terms; he followed his internal compass unapologetically, never concerning himself with what anyone thought of his choices or direction. He was intensely charismatic, giving, and humored himself with the occasional controversy.  He had the unique ability to ruffle feathers without losing his charm; you just couldn’t help but love him, even when his behavior was exasperating.
If you have been following our social media channels, then you know that this has been a special week in Photo Start. We made a decision to extend Mother’s Day by creating Photo Start Mother’s Week. This has given us an opportunity to honor many more mothers from the Photo Start family. We bring to […]

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