Tuesday, July 23, 2019

News

Being Prideful and Proud

By Lauren Crenshaw Thousands of people from around the world flooded the streets of New York City with rainbow-colored flags and banners, extravagant costumes, and music-blasting parade floats this...

Queer Liberation March Seeks to Return Pride to Its Radical Roots

At 9:30 am on Sunday, June 30th, just hours before the step off of the World Pride Parade, thousands of people gathered near the historic Stonewall Inn for a different cause. The...

Lessons Learned From World Ocean Week 2019

Just last week, World Oceans Week was celebrated by people across the globe in honor of showing love and appreciation for oceans and the incredible life found within them. Events kicked off...

Lower Manhattan Private Sector Employment Exceeds Immediate Pre-9/11 Levels

Private-sector employment in Lower Manhattan has swelled to 251,224 private-sector employees, rebounding past immediate pre-9/11 levels and fulfilling the promise to return as a vibrant and essential commercial district for the nation,...

Stringer and Constantinides Propose Bold Efforts Against Climate Change at Waterfront Conference

The specter of Hurricane Sandy hung heavy over the 2019 Waterfront Conference, “Rising Seas, Rising Risks.” The Waterfront Alliance hosted the conference on a boat in Hudson River Park, a reminder of...

Celebrating 25 Years of Taste of Tribeca

In honor of Taste of Tribeca's 25th iteration we chatted with four people involved: Tracy Nieporent, Director of Marketing & Partner of the Myriad Restaurant Group whose restaurant Tribeca Grill has been...