Cornell Tech battles COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, wisely and creatively on multiple fronts. Here’s how. Advertisements
The first annual Roosevelt Island Film Festival, set for August 21st thru the 23rd, opens hopefully past the coronavirus shutdown.
Suraj Patel, an attorney and instructor at NYU, tested positive for COVID-19 in the midst of his campaign to unseat Carolyn Maloney in New York Congressional District 12. This is his story […]
What are we now, Roosevelt Island? The question comes fast into focus through the lens of the coronavirus crisis. When normal strips back to essential, who and what are we?
Opening 460 Main Street on Roosevelt Island is a big deal. It increases affordable housing here with new construction for the first time. Quietly. A street ad plus a web page says […]
Hike Four Freedoms Park, our guide, follows the advice of Governor Andrew Cuomo who offered New York State Parks as safe, healthful places during the coronavirus crisis.
Hey, RIOC! Save this space! You’ve really blown it so far, but this is our space, entrusted to you. You owe us better than this.
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.
As Gallery RIVAA, the Roosevelt Island artist collective, turns the corner into its twentieth year, let’s look back… and forward to Vernissage XIX. Gallery RIVAA and Its Artists By David Stone I’ve […]
Forgotten Peoples at Four Freedoms Park opens spring with a six-part choral cycle by composer Veljo Tormis. It honors the heritage of Louis Kahn.