NEGES Foundation: Building a Brooklyn Bridge to HaitiBy Eleanor J. Bader
When Lisel Burns, clergy leader emeritus of the Brooklyn Society for- Ethical Culture (BSEC), first visited Haiti in the mid-1990's she knew she was visiting the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. But penury wasnt the only thing she noticed.
LETTER FROM THE BRONX: Authenticity and Arthur AvenueBy Rosemary Sitler
The neighborhood sells itself as Italian, Linda says of the Bronx neighborhood where she grew up and once again calls home.
Iris Rides AwayBy Katy Bolger
Anna Howard leaned out from the kitchen window overlooking the driveway and spoke softly to her daughter Iris, Leave Tuesday. Its not going to rain Tuesday. Iris turned and looked up, for an instant a little girl basking in her mothers voice.
WALKING THE ROCKAWAYSBy Dave Kim
Its 9:30 a.m. on March 27, 2010. Matt Green of Bay Ridge straddles the shoreline of Rockaway Beach, shivering.
CITY NOTES: THE CUOMO AGENDA, LINDSAYS NEW YORKBy Theodore Hamm
In announcing his bid for governor in late May, Andrew Cuomo put forth a comprehensive plan for reforming Albany.