At 10 a.m.
The city’s Campaign Finance Board meets on the 6th floor of 40 Rector Street.
A panel discussion about trust-building between police and immigrant communities after 9/11 is held at John Jay College.
At 10:30 a.m., Christine Quinn discusses budget priorities at the Rosenthal Senior Center.
At 11 a.m.
Elected officials Read More
The First Lady of Zambia delivers the keynote address and receives the International AIDS Trust and World Vision New York’s 2006 award at Tavern on the Green.
CUNY hosts a conference on the Spellings Commission report on higher education at John Jay College.
Baruch College hosts conference titled “An Avian Flu Pandemic: How Read More
Will the new neon ever attract as many TV crews?
The Villager reports this week that Soho’s most infamous hangout, The Falls, has been replaced by Midnight Cafe II–a spin-off of a diner located just two doors down on Lafayette Street.
To cleanse the grounds of any enduring negative public sentiment, Read More
The Council on Foreign Relations will hold a conversation with Hoshyar Zebari, Iraq’s minister of foreign affairs.
John Jay College holds a forum on felon disenfranchisement.
Ted Kennedy, joined by his dog, Splash, read from “My Senator and Me: A Dog’s Eye View of Washington, D.C.” at P.S. 11.
Keith Wright and others Read More
Hyperbolic titles invite dissent. So here’s mine: What makes Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” “the poem that changed America,” as the cover of this essay collection proclaims?
Ginsberg might’ve responded by saying, as he did in a 1986 essay included here, that when San Francisco’s City Lights Bookstore published “Howl” 50 years ago, changing America Read More
I must say that the Lincoln Center Festival got off to a sticky start this summer. Venturing into the bowels of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice to find the theater there doesn’t help much, even when Mikhail Baryshnikov is appearing. “Criminal Justice” puts a damper on things. Perhaps it’s me, but I always Read More
Dr. Ansley Hamid, formerly an associate professor of anthropology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, was drinking cups upon cups of Chinese green tea on a white futon in his West 49th Street apartment a few weeks after he was arrested for misusing a $3.5 million Federal grant.
The small room was lit by Read More