Cornell Tech battles COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, wisely and creatively on multiple fronts. Here’s how.
Vernissage XIX embraces Roosevelt Island with the emotion and images designed to reach beyond the everyday. Images for mind and heart. COVID-19 forced Gallery RIVAA’s closing in March, but they’re coming back. […]
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.
How to be happy… or whatever else you want. It’s a wide open secret a lot of people won’t like, but it’s true. Not fate, not anything else. It’s you. You decide. […]
The 1619 Project at RIVAA, 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 […]
At Four Freedoms Park, 2020 begins informed by last year’s dynamics driving forward. Freedom and human rights mark New York City’s most tranquil venue.
Can phages save us? Really? From what? First, what are phages anyway and how do their near magical powers work? Ready for the good viruses?
Jim Luce pursues goodness. He’s done it for 20 years now. His quest, spurred by a serendipitous moment, completes a circle and begins a second.
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 […]
“They say you’ve got 50,000 good ones in ya…” That’s what Bill White told me. I was 18, and I’d probably used up no more than 50, so far.