Cornell Tech battles COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, wisely and creatively on multiple fronts. Here’s how. Advertisements
They can’t cancel spring. Credit 82 year old David Hockney who included the thought with a couple of new pictures he sent to galleries. He’s on lockdown. But his spirit isn’t.
New York’s coronavirus turmoil zoomed into hyperspace. Mayor Bill de Blasio closed public schools and hit restaurants, reversing positions held a day before. Guess why.
How to be happy… and whatever you want to be. A lot of people won’t like this, but it’s true. Not fate, not anything else. You decide. Period. Full stop.
An early spring in New York City sends blossoms through Central Park, but the loopy New York Times claims “a pall of anxiety has descended on the city.” Really?
Why I like Mike Bloomberg, written by my friend Kevin Foley, is a true story. From the heart. I met Kevin when he and I and our wives lived in Manhattan Park […]
The 1619 Project, an ambitious effort to better reflect the African-American experience in American history, lands on Roosevelt Island. It’s the theme for this year’s Black History Month exhibit at Gallery RIVAA.
WITNY became Break Through Tech in January as Cornel Tech’s pioneering effort to bring more women into technology grew national.
A gift for Coler, Momo, waltzed into the Roosevelt Island facility yesterday. Angelica, the patient assistance program, delivered the sweet-tempered, light brown dog to loving, new guardians. Coler offers longterm care for […]
In his House of Cardin interview, Jonn Nubian, adds a Pierre Cardin feature to his list of wins. Nubian’s YRB‘s Executive Editor and a prolific interviewer. He brings the designer home to […]