At RIOC’s OPS October 2020 committee meeting, promising stars shined with emphasis on performance. But old bugaboos surfaced or went unresolved. It wasn’t perfect, but it was promising.
Rebecca Seawright just stole my credit for catching Cuomo’s RIOC bullying a cat sanctuary. Sure, she’s in a tough reelection fight, but how low can you go?
Can RIRA’s moribund Common Council spring back to life in the season of COVID? They think so.
While survival alone guides the course for many nonprofits, MSTDA’s coronavirus future brightens by drawing on its past.
RIOC’s new budget proposal for 2021 should keep you up at night. Here’s how it crams politics and influence into good government.
COVID-19 killed my friend and neighborhood legend Maurice Edwards, I learned today. Historian Judith Berdy noticed his obituary in the New York Times Those We Lost Series.
My lucky interview with the remarkable Maurice Edwards curled out of an assignment. My editor asked me to look up some guy who conducted the Brooklyn Philharmonic. Freelancing I was ready for any work available. But this story was so much more.
Main Street Theatre & Dance Alliance’s (MSTDA) tendril of talents, a mix of theatre, song and dance, now takes a bow on Main Street. It absorbs and grows Music & Play Station at 507 Main after four successful years.
Disclosures released his week show a gusher of outside money flooding Rebecca Seawright’s Campaign with cash, but little comes from local sources.
Make the bastards listen, Roosevelt Island. Kick a little ass now because it’s the only path you have for running your own community.