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New York University Hosts Earth Day Celebration
New Yorkers celebrated Earth Day in Washington Square Park on Wednesday.
April 23, 2009
NY Ballet May Be Losing Artistic Integrity
Despite waning attendance, the Metropolitan Repertory Ballet Company still strives to exhibit innovation while preserving the traditional side ...
Arts & Culture
April 19, 2009
NY Film Industry Seeks Security
The embattled New York film industry is beneficial to New York, but the state still isn't giving them ...
April 17, 2009
Cyclists Support Museum’s ‘Green’ Education
Cyclists came to the Museum of the City of New York to support the Earth Day promotion of ...
April 15, 2009
‘March on Wall Street’ Protests Draw Hundreds
Hundreds of protesters rallied in south Manhattan against corporate culture and job losses last week.
April 6, 2009
Pier 94 Hosts Home Design Show
A home and interior design expo was held in New York at Pier 94, Manhattan from March 26 ...
April 6, 2009
Local Media Center Continues Tradition of Innovation
The Paley Center works to explore media's role in our lives, in culture, and in society.
April 1, 2009
Bringing Ballet to Brooklyn: The Metropolitan Repertory Ballet
The Metropolitan Repertory Ballet is maintaining its founder's focus of preserving and developing the classical art of ballet.
Arts & Culture
March 27, 2009
Brooklyn’s History Becomes More Accessible
City Councilman David Yassky and a group of fifth grade students held a workshop on Brooklyn's history at ...
March 6, 2009
Chinatown’s Residents Face Gentrification and Harassment
The redevelopment of New York's Chinatown is causing local businesses to close and pressuring the people who live ...
March 5, 2009
Trees vs. Sidewalks
Trees and Sidewalks is a program in which homeowners can apply for free sidewalk repair. Mayor Bloomberg allocated ...
March 5, 2009
New York City Film Industry Ailing
The NY film industry is asking the state government to reinvest in the Empire State Film Production Tax ...
March 3, 2009
Soup Man Donates 800 Gallons to NYC Hungry
The original Soup Man, the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, and the World Hunger Year will team ...
February 26, 2009
Community Demands Action From New York Post
Government and civic leaders gathered to demand action against news giant Rupert Murdoch, who owns the New York ...
February 25, 2009
New York’s Lowest Tax Brackets Might Get Some Relief
Three NYC officials released a report that might bring more fairness in New York's income tax system.
February 19, 2009
Starbucks Employees Protest in the Face of Layoffs
Starbucks workers union picketed layoffs, what they describe as illegal firings and benefits-slashing.
February 17, 2009
Grocery Workers Protest Bottle Bill Update
Supermarket and bodega owners, green grocers, bottlers, and others gathered on the steps of City Hall Thursday to ...
February 14, 2009
NYC’s Rooftops: An Environmentally Friendly Resource
City Council Members David Yassky and James Gennaro announced Tuesday morning that they will introduce the Sustainable Roof ...
February 11, 2009
Synthetic Turf Could Be Health Risk
The New York City Council discussed eliminating synthetic turf on surfaces used for recreational purposes.
February 10, 2009
City Council Debates Chatham Square Plan
Representatives from City Council today called for a full community review of the Department of Transportation (DOT) plans ...
February 8, 2009
Councilman Gioia Calls on Exxon for Greenpoint Oil Spill
Council Member Eric Gioia scolded the giant multinational oil company Exxon for its negligence in cleaning up its ...
February 8, 2009
New Program Teaches Students to Evaluate News
CNN's Soledad O'Brien announced the kick-off of the News Literacy Project at the Williamsburg Collegiate Charter School (WCCS) ...
February 3, 2009
How Will Obama’s Economic Stimulus Affect New York?
Rep. Weiner and Council Member Gioia explained how much of Obama's $825 billion stimulus plan New York will ...
January 30, 2009
Henry Hudson’s 400-Year Anniversary
The 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's discovery of New York is a good reason for New Yorkers and ...
January 29, 2009
Hospital Closings Pose Risk to Queens Residents
Two hospital closures may threaten the wellbeing of Queens Residents.
January 28, 2009
Rent To Owe?
The City Council Committees on Consumer Affairs and Civil Rights is examining the workings of Rent-to-own stores.
January 27, 2009
Mayor’s No-Kill Initiative Reaches Midpoint
New York City's goal of becoming a “no kill” community is on track. This means that animals of ...
January 23, 2009
Farmers Welcome China Deal Expected to Boost US Farm Exports by Tens of Billions
Trump Suggests Kurds Freed ISIS Prisoners to Make ‘Stronger Political Impact’
Growing Number of States Expanding Time Limits for Child Sex Abuse Lawsuits
States Should Be Allowed to Prosecute Illegal Aliens for Identity Theft, Supreme Court Told
House Passes Bipartisan Resolution Rebuking Trump Over Troop Withdrawal From Syria
Turkey’s Erdogan Re-Evaluates Plans to Meet With Pence and Pompeo
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Former Pompeo Aide Testifies in Democrat-Run Impeachment Probe
Trump Rips ‘Deceptive’ ABC Over Showing ‘Syrian War Zone’ Footage That Was From Kentucky Gun Range
Impeachment Inquiry Might Not Fly With Judges After Pelosi Refuses to Hold Authorization Vote
Pelosi’s Determined Defense of Closed-Door Impeachment Inquiry Sparks ‘Star Chamber’ Fears