Cornell Tech 2020 Startup Awards Press Release: Four student companies receive co-working space and $100,000 in pre-seed funding to pursue their startups after graduation
Saturday, May 16th, the Roosevelt Island Farmers Market reopened after a long coronavirus layoff. Delicious, healthy foods returned under well thought out and safe conditions.
Is Paul Selig the Esther Hicks we wanted? Contrast are stark but most are clearly between consistency (Selig) and contradiction (Hicks.)
CBN’s Virtual Senior Center is organic, smart responses to coronavirus closings. When New York PAUSE forced the Carter Burden Network of senior centers to close, they spun into action. Virtually.
Hints of a Roosevelt Island reopening sifted to the rose in recent days. The latest? Liukoushui’s back to serving takeout from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 at night, meaning all eating places will return by June 1st
In ways both large and small, Cornell Tech rises above the coronavirus crisis. Students and staff act, helping defeat fear. By David Stone How Cornell Tech Rises Above the Coronavirus Crisis The coronavirus crisis closed down activities on Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island Campus. Classes cancelled, construction halted… But […]
Incumbent Rebecca Seawright was briefly back on the Democratic Party ballot in the 76th New York Assembly District. But the State’s highest court reversed that decision. And then, the fun began… By David Stone UPDATE #3, JULY 27TH, 2020: According to the now Seawright/Cuomo friendly New York Post, […]
A salute to Coler Hospital and its staff roared up Roosevelt Island at noon today. Weeks of risk and hellish work rewarded with cheers and love.
While You Were Away, our Roosevelt Island April review, is for our friends and neighbors. Some confined, some isolated and some away. What did you miss?
Carter Burden’s expanding network is a kind of group hug for seniors and those who care about them. Seeded in Sixties social activism, it thrives through Covid-19, serving seniors.