CCNYC grants for community groups offer $2,000,000 for “initiatives aimed at improving the local quality of life.” Here’s how to get our neighborhood a slice. On our East River slice of rock, […]
How an Indonesian Fire hits New York City… “It is with very heavy hearts we announce that Presbyterian Orphanage in Tomohon, where we found Mathew Tendean Luce 24 years ago, was burned […]
Scenes: Fall For Arts 2019… Perfect weather welcomed muralists, kite lovers and more to Roosevelt Island for Fall For Arts 2019. The whole thing’s organized and sponsored by RIOC, and friends came […]
Roy Eaton plays Bryant Park. His annual weeklong gig runs from September 23rd to the 27th. 89 years old, recovered from a stroke in 2017, he continues to amaze.
Domingo Zapata talks with Jonn Nubian New York’s largest Mural, painted on vinyl, covers One Times Square with pop art excitement. Artist Domingo Zapata talked with our friend, YRB mag’s Jonn Nubian, […]
You don’t meditate? Why not? You usually have better judgment.
What is startling about New York City Sunrise: Fire in the sky is that it faces west, not east. Early morning clouds catch the rising sun like a fireball crossing over Manhattan.
Hula Hoop Violin seems an odd performance combination, and it is. But Sofia executes the feat, every weekend in New York City’s Central Park.
Jim Luce touches the world, but you may have missed it. He’s unassuming, even at home on Roosevelt Island. Meeting him, you might never guess that he’s twice been awarded the Certificate […]
It was a bad moving day on Roosevelt Island. It must have looked better as an idea than it became as a fact.