On June 28, 2017, New York City joined a coalition of municipalities and private employers across the United States in filing an amicus brief in Fulcher v. Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Continue Reading →
Starting this month, a veterans’ specialist from the NYC Dept. of Veterans’ Services will be onsite in her Northern Manhattan Office all day every Monday and Friday. Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Department of Transportation, MTA NYC Transit and elected officials today announced that the new M23 Select Bus Service (SBS) has launched along 23rd Street and improving service along 125th Street in Manhattan. Continue Reading →
In a project that might give some insight into the future of Harlem real estate, the de Blasio Administration today joined Monadnock Development and the Lower East Side People’s Mutual Housing Association to celebrate the completion of Carmel Place, New York’s first micro-unit apartment building. Continue Reading →
Join a dramatic reading of Ajax and Philoctetes, ancient Greek plays about war, followed by a panel and town-hall style discussion including Gloria Reuben and Chris Henry Coffey at Teachers College. Continue Reading →
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