Events for Friday, June 13, 2008

7 a.m. Michael Bloomberg makes his weekly appearance on the John Gambling Show, 710 AM.

9 a.m. Results of a study on the city’s effort to support the local maritime industrial economy are released, at Caddell Dry Dock and Shipyard, on Staten Island.

9 a.m. College students protest John McCain’s appearance at Burlington County College, at Student Parking Lot 1, in Pemberton. NJ.

11 a.m. John McCain hosts a town hall meeting, at the Physical Education Building, West Rancocas Drive, Burlington County College, in Pemberton. NJ.

11 a.m. Assemblyman Michael Benjamin greets students returning from a foreign exchange program, at Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice, at 244 E. 163rd Street, Bronx.

11:45 a.m. D.C.C.C. Chairman Chris Van Hollen and New York officials endorse Mike McMahon for the 13th congressional district, on the steps of City Hall.

Noon. City Councilman Leroy Comrie attends the retirement ceremony for Executive Director Lucille DeMarinis of the JSPOA-TheodoraJackson Senior Center, at 92-47 165th Street, Queens.
 
1 p.m. City Councilman Leroy Comrie attends a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new science library, at P.S. 1, at 121-15 Lucas Street, in Queens.
 
1 p.m. Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy discusses housing issues at the Peconic Community Council conference, at Riverhead Polish Hall, at 214 Mercy Avenue in Riverhead.

2:30 PM City Councilman Leroy Comrie Assemblyman Bill Scarborough, State Committeewoman Joan Flowers and others discuss senior citizen whose homes are being damaged by construction of commercial building, at Murdock Avenue and Springfield Boulevard, in Queens.

2:30 p.m. Assembly members Steven Cymbrowitz and Alec Brook-Krasny deliver money to park officials for boardwalk repairs, at Coney Island Boardwalk and West 10th Street, Brooklyn.

7 p.m. DL21C hosts a screening of the HBO movie “Recount,” at 87 Lafayette Street.

7 p.m. Doug Holtz-Eakin, the senior policy advisor for John McCain, and Austan Goolsbee, the economic policy advisor for Barack Obamaa, speak about economic issues,  with NPR’s Melissa Block of All Things Considered, on NPR.

8 p.m. Protesters speak out about gentrification, at Bowery and First Street. Events for Friday, June 13, 2008