Events for October 25, 2006

The MTA board meet at their headquarters.

HUD recognizes agencies for their outstanding performance at the New York Hall of Science in Queens.

Sarah Jessica Parker, now a UNICEF Ambassador, hosts a Halloween Party at the UNICEF House.

The Public Service Commission holds a public hearing on the Long Island City power outages at the Hellenic Center in Astoria.

The Stonewall Democrats hold their monthly meeting at the LGBT Center featuring Alan Van Capelle and Hank Sheinkopf.

DL21C and NYU Law School Democrats host “Blogs and Politics: A Critical Look at New York’s Political New Media Landscape.”

Public housing tenants protest vacancies and mismanaged elevator repairs in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

A forum on new voting technology will be held at the New York Society for Ethical Culture.

Russell Simmons and Rabbi Marc Schneier lead a panel discussion on black and Jewish race relations at Columbia University.

Nita Lowey addresses a summit on hunger and homelessness at the Generoso Pope Foundation in Tuckahoe.

Nick Spano and Vincent Leibell discuss Internet safety laws at the offices of Westchester District Attorney Jane DiFiore.

—Nicole Brydson

Events for October 25, 2006