Chaos and indecision descended on Community Board 8′s Seventh Regiment Armory subcommittee meeting last night at the New York Blood Center on the Upper East Side.
At issue are plans that the Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy has for the 127-year-old brick fortress between Park and Lexington avenues and 66th and 67th streets. The conservancy, Read More
The City Council and the New York Blood Center host a blood drive at City Hall.
HUD announces grants for New York and New Jersey organizations at the HELP Genesis RJK Apartments on East 13th Street.
Michael Chertoff keynotes the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation’s 16th Annual Luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria.
The Muslim Public Affairs Council Read More
Board 5 O.K.’s Facelift For
Columbus Circle’s ‘Lollipop Building’
Reviled by some and revered by others, 2 Columbus-known as the “Lollipop building” because of its quirky, candy-shaped columns-has just edged a bit closer to a major, and controversial, renovation.
On Wednesday, May 8, Community Board 5 voted to approve the disposition of the Read More
Some of New York’s
top medical officials fear that a last-ditch effort to avert a catastrophic
blood shortage has failed, as the federal government and the American Red Cross
prepare to implement new blood-donation guidelines that could eliminate up to a
third of the metropolitan area’s blood supply.
At a hastily organized meeting in Read More