Events for Thursday, February 21, 2008

8 a.m. Eliot Spitzer’s upstate economic plan is endorsed by the Cayuga Chamber of Commerce, at 75 North Street, Auburn.

8:30 a.m. Ed Koch, Bob Kerrey, Chris Shays, Christine Quinn, Peter Vallone, Sr., Gene Russianoff and other speak on a panel commemorating the 20th anniversary of the city’s public campaign financing program, at 140 West 62nd Street.

9 a.m. Michael Bloomberg speaks at the World Bank, in D.C.

10:15 a.m. Eliot Spitzer discusses economic development at Salina Industrial Power Park, in Syracuse.

11 a.m. Michael Bloomberg and Washington Mayor Adrian Fenty tape an interview with Kojo Nnamdi on WAMU Radio, 88.5 F.M., in D.C.

11 a.m. Community activist demand a park be created in East Midtown, by 35th Street and the East River Esplanade.

12:15 p.m. Eliot Spitzer tours a school with Syracuse mayor Matt Driscoll, at 312 Oswego Street, Syracuse.

1 p.m. State Sen. Ruben Diaz and Assemblyman Ruben Diaz, Jr., rally in support of housing rights for a former NYPD officer, at 1100 Teller Avenue and East 166th Street, the Bronx.

3 p.m. State Senator Velmanette Montgomery discusses the state budget with seniors, at 460 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn.

4:30 p.m. Union workers protest the Park Department’s use of surveillance and tracking devices, at 64th Street and Fifth Avenue.

5 p.m. The 43rd anniversary of Malcolm X‘s assassination is discussed, at 3940 Broadway.

6 p.m. One Hundred Black Men Inc. host their annual benefit gala, at the New York Hilton, Sixth Avenue and 53rd Street.

Events for Thursday, February 21, 2008