Climate activists are flocking to Instagram to document greener living and encourage others to vote. Alexis Lanza Originally published by The 19th
Be honest. We all know we’re going there, but what do we really know about life after death? Like, is there one or what?
The coronavirus slammed families across the spectrum, but the Roosevelt Island Free Food Pantry pushes back each Friday. Hunger’s given less of a toehold because our neighbors find a way. By David Stone Roosevelt Island News Hunger Meets Its Match Untangling the chaos immediately following the early onslaught […]
Who does the placebo effect worry most? Doctors or the pharmaceutical industry? Hard to say. But whoever it is, scrambling to explain it away is common. The Subversive Placebo Effect By David Stone Assorted Ideas, Large & Small Both have cause to worry. The placebo effect shows that […]
Ban leaf blowers now. That’s the thought crossing my mind as the crew outside enters its third hour of whining noise and air pollution.
An MSTDA Thriller enlivened the Rivercross lawn on Tuesday, spirits dancing until it was dark. “Happy Halloween” was the message.
A literal dream within a dream, fanciful play, reality phases in and dashes back out. Personal tuning’s at the wheel. No one does it like anyone else… And now, we know it might be even zanier.
Lawless RIOC must get out, and it needs to drag the HOLE with it out the door. Crucial failures accelerated since Boss Cuomo kicked Susan Rosenthal out. The only hope is a complete do-over and start again.
A possible, even likely winner, if all votes counted, Suraj Patel concedes in the contest to unseat Carolyn Maloney. But the fight goes on.
Verdant Power’s East River tidal energy (RITE) project nears its finish. Three new turbines are ready, assembled on a TriFrame, and they spring into action this fall.