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Her work was featured in the UFT NY paper in September 2013 and on ABC's Born to Explore series.
The 9,982 SF two-story building was built in 1930 and sits on 0.2 Acres of land zoned BCD--Business Center District: tenants include Brownstone, Shoe Inn, Lili Design, Born to Explore and Bobby Q's Restaurant.
'Born to Explore' is a half-hour weekly television series being aired in the US on ABC America to audiences of more than one million.
The 'Born to Explore' film crew visited Shetland in May last year.
The country was also featured on the new ABC television program Born to Explore. Richard Wiese, the host of the show, traveled to Iceland, rode the famous Icelandic horse, and even baked bread using geothermal heat.
To combat the negative ADD label, several people have come up with alternative models like "Hunter" and "Explorer," which are described on a wonderful website called Born to Explore: the other side of ADD (
Her work has been featured in the UFT NY paper in the September 2013 issue and on ABC's Born to Explore series.