Events for January 27-29, 2007

Tomorrow, an anti-war rally will be held in Washington, DC, with several members of congress scheduled to attend.

Screening Liberally, IAVA, and Focus Features host a screening of The Ground Truth.

Rudy Giuliani delivers the keynote address to the New Hampshire Republican Convention in Manchester.

Assemblyman Mike Gianaris will be featured at the Stonewall Democratic Club’s brunch series at the Brick Cafe in Astoria.

On Sunday, councilmembers Weprin, Gioia, and Gennaro will announce legislation and call for the end of self-certification for construction projects on the steps of City Hall.

At 12:30, Planned Parenthood of Nassau County Action Fund will join others in endorsing Democrat Craig Johnson for state Senate, at Harbor Links Golf Course Club House in Port Washington.

Also on Sunday, at 3 p.m., Congresswoman Yvette Clarke will announce her endorsement of Dr. Mathieu Eugene for the 40th City Council District, on the steps of City Hall. [added]

On Monday, Geraldine Ferraro will receive a commemorative rose at Fordham Law School to benefit the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, to advance research and treatment of the disease that she survived.

NPR will have an exclusive interview with President Bush.

Hillary Clinton will attend the dedication ceremony for The Center for the Intrepid– a state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation center and two new 21-room residences for hospitalized soldiers’ families.

The Siena College Research Institute will release the results of its January poll of registered voters.

—Nicole Brydson Events for January 27-29, 2007