8:15 a.m. Channel Thirteen/WNET and WLIW21 will sponsor the second annual Celebration of Teaching & Learning symposium at Pier 94, 12th Avenue at 55th Street.
8:30 a.m. The Murphy Institute for Labor, Community, and Policy Studies and the New Labor Forum holds a breakfast forum featuring Jason Furman, director of The Hamilton Project, and Mark Read More
Five years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, some things seem every bit as strange as they were in the hours and days after the Twin Towers collapsed.
Rudy Giuliani has emerged as the front-runner for the Republican Presidential nomination, despite having told first responders, many of whom have fallen ill, that it was Read More
As the owner of a business just blocks from ground zero, I was comforted to hear, in the dark hours following the Sept. 11 attack, that the vaunted Federal Emergency Management Agency was coming to my hometown. The news reports said they were bringing billions of dollars in aid from New York’s new best friend, Read More
The first time I ever heard a word of dramatic criticism was
when a reedy, timid schoolmaster named Mr. Houghton suddenly declared to his
class of sleepy 15-year-olds that George Bernard Shaw couldn’t write.
Perhaps Mr. Houghton, a disciple-no less-of the mighty F.R.
Leavis at Downing College,
Cambridge, was bored with his lot,
or Read More
Don’t be put off by its name or address. Contrary to what you might think, the City Eatery at 316 Bowery is neither a soup kitchen nor a flophouse cafeteria, but rather a smart new restaurant serving terrific Italian food. Granted, by current standards (if not those of the Salvation Army), it is cheap: For Read More