Rebecca Seawright just stole my credit for catching Cuomo’s RIOC bullying a cat sanctuary. Sure, she’s in a tough reelection fight, but how low can you go?
Can RIRA’s moribund Common Council spring back to life in the season of COVID? They think so.
Here’s My Complaint Now: A Roosevelt Island How-To Guide is a local resource for bending the best ears. You won’t always get what you want, but your chances are better when you do it right.
RIVAA Vernissage XIX, rising now after a six-month pandemic stall, is a fresh sign of life for Roosevelt Island. Because you probably missed it, here’s a look at opening night, photos courtesy of Tad Sudol and RIVAA.
That’s right. Big bad RIOC really doesn’t like little old me, and I think I know why. It’s because, as a journalist, I’m a thorn looking for a side. Healthy skepticism is necessary for doing a good job, but RIOC makes it even better, rewarding distrust.
Can RIOC News change the state’s narrative on Roosevelt Island, shining up a scuffed image? Will it inform, mislead or some of both?
The Seawright Haynes Town Hall put together in haste and shared on Facebook in July bombed. It bombed as any informercial masquerading as a town hall would. By David Stone Roosevelt Island News The Background Noise From a Phony Town Hall Assembly member Rebecca Seawright wiped away any […]
RIOC Chopped City, Part 2, provoked by mealy-mouthed excuse-making and evasion, takes an objective look at the careless destruction of inkberry trees. RIOC’s grounds crew decimated a couple of hundred feet of healthy plants and, of course, made it worse. Then worse again.
Once “Tree City USA,” the local New York neighborhood is now “Roosevelt Island Chopped City.” Devastation of local greenery, a years long process, accelerates and adds rudeness and intimidation to the mix.
Defund RIOC Public Safety (PSD), not because of misconduct or bad behavior, but because it makes common sense. Even without the budget crunch.