Change is coming to Good Shepherd Plaza in the form of more benches, more color, more texture, and some creativity.
The PS/IS 217 Parent Teacher Association (PTA) wants to raise $160,000 by October 31, and it’s hoping for $500 per family.
Esther Piaskowski Cohen’s color photograph, Arline, waits at the front door, greeting visitors to Gallery RIVAA’s latest group show, Approach To A Portrait. It marks a spiritual theme for this exhibit.
“Each Common Council – and I’ve been at this since 1997 – is dramatically different from the previous one,” says former Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) President Matthew Katz.
Is it too flip to say Uncle Aaron Wants You? Well, he does.
[UPDATED:] On this Island that celebrates its diversity, we’ve had a hate crime.
The first Rivercross sales are in the book, and the prices they are fetching have met residents’ optimistic projections.
Trellis has always been Roosevelt Island’s Cheers – that place where everybody knows your name.
A small slice of Roosevelt Island residents are sideline spectators at a long-running email sport that could be called Gotcha! No, Gotcha Back! It's embarrassing.
The Main Street WIRE has started its 35th year...