A “carbon sink” now proposed for Roosevelt Island, if built, would change the community and New York architecture forever. But imagination can sometimes overwhelm resistance.
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 […]
Naples, Italy, owns a reputation for being wicked, ridden with crime, but it’s also home for faith and families.
This year, the Four Freedoms Park summer celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. But there’s even more to enjoy with women winning the right to vote.
Hey, Roosevelt Island! Let’s do the right thing. Let’s honor the great African American writer, actress, director Alice Childress, and while other icons come down, let’s raise hers up. By David Stone […]
Among so much change, Flag Day 2020 will be different as we celebrate cultural diversity surrounded by protest and affirmations of unity.
America, let’s face mask. Come on. We’re a smart country, aren’t we? We make mistakes, but we learn from them, right? Let’s beat this thing together.
Coler Hospital nurses’ stories, gathered from front line tales of the struggle to saves lives threatened by COVID-19, offer multi-hued versions of courage.
Is Paul Selig the Esther Hicks we wanted? Contrast are stark but most are clearly between consistency (Selig) and contradiction (Hicks.)
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.