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Mr. J. D. O'Hara

J. D. O'Hara oversees corporate strategic development for Travel Leaders Group, a North American travel company, and is based in New York ... Prior to joining Travel Leaders Group, Mr. O’Hara served in the investment banking industry at Lehman Brothers in New York, advising various clients with mergers and acquisitions, and other capital market transactions ... Mr. O'Hara holds a Master of Business Administration from Vanderbilt University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Honors Economics from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Shannon O'Hara Photography
About: Shannon O'Hara grew up on the campus of Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi, where his father is an art professor while his mother taught art at the Mississippi School of the Arts. A chronic daydreamer, Shannon left his home at 16 to pursue his dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer, a passion that eventually earned him a job as a dancer with the Houston Ballet, the nation's fourth largest company. A similar passion later carried him to New York, where he spent 10 years working and studying photography.

 Mary Emily O'Hara
About: Mary Emily O’Hara is a journalist specializing in human rights news, women’s and LGBTQ issues, and analysis. A native New Yorker, O’Hara has written for The Daily Beast, VICE, Al Jazeera, Mic, The Advocate, The Huffington Post, Pando, Venus, Clamor, Tom Tom Magazine, $pread, and more ... O’Hara spent eight years living in Portland, Oregon. During that time, she was a regular contributor to Portland’s Pulitzer Prize-winning alt weekly Willamette Week, while simultaneously attending Reed College as a first-generation adult student thanks to a generous full scholarship. After moving back to NYC, she was a staff writer at VICE until February 2015.

VICE contributor Mary Emily O'Hara
O'Hara's writing for VICE News can be found here.

Steps: Poem by Frank O'Hara
How funny you are today New York - like Ginger Rogers in Swingtime - and St. Bridget’s steeple leaning a little to the left ...

Bishop John O'Hara, Archdiocese of New York
The Most Reverend John O'Hara was born to John and Helen (Quinn) O’Hara in Jersey City, New Jersey on February 7, 1946 ... Ordained to the priesthood in St. Patrick’s Cathedral on December 1, 1984 ... his first assignment was as parochial vicar for St. Augustine’s Parish in New City, New York ... having served as parochial vicar and pastor in parishes on Staten Island he was appointed in 2012 to assist with the pastoral planning process, Making All Things New, which he has led since 2013.

O'Hara's Pub NYC
O'Hara's Restaurant and Pub is located on Cedar Street - Corner of Cedar and Greenwich Streets - New York. Established in 1983, O'Hara's Restaurant and Pub prides itself on being a friendly, welcoming establishment located in the heart of Manhattan's Financial District. Just steps away from Wall Street and the 9/11 Memorial, O'Hara's is a traditional Irish Pub serving cold drinks and a full service food menu.

Gabby O'Hara's
Gabby O'Hara's Irish Pub is located at 123 west 39th street (39th between 6th Ave & Broadway) New York.

O'Hara & Company
O'Hara & Company is a Full Service Tax and Accounting Firm. Firm Profile: Estate Planning & More For Port Jefferson Station, NY.

The Story Teller: Ward W. O'Hara
The Author of 15 books and a columnist for the local newspaper for more than 11 years with features such as "The Story Teller" and "Down on the Farm", Ward became interested in collecting farm equipment in the mid-1900's. His wife Ruth joined right in and their collection grew beyond their ability to house it all ... On September 8, 1997 Ward passed away ... 

The Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum
The Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum & Dr. Joseph F. Karpinski Sr. Educational Center is located on East Lake Road, Auburn, NY 13021.

New York's Finger Lakes Region: The Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum
Step back in time to the turn of the century in rural Cayuga County. Stroll through our carpenter and blacksmith shops, a complete rural kitchen, bedroom, one room school, country mercantile and dairy room. See everything from handheld tools to horsedrawn implements, tractors and other large pieces of farm equipment that were made in the 1800s and 1900s. 

Original New York page
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