Spring awakens in pink on Roosevelt Island. It’s our tradition, and it’s just now ready to pop along the East Promenade.
Newer trees planted on the borders of Cornell Tech may beat them to the punch. But far as long as we’ve been here, the cherry tree row near Capobianco Field has announced spring first.
And now, in 2021, they are just about ready to pop into pink.
The issue of homelessness is serious and widespread, a problem made worse by the economic climate, resulting in increasing numbers of Americans struggling to eat a decent diet and/or a roof over their heads. But solutions exist, as they do for every problem, and our homeless crisis isn’t as hard to fix as you might…Keep reading
The Roosevelt Island Daily News (5/10/22, Roosevelt Island, NY, NY) On May 20-22, The Main Street Theatre teen students, under the direction of Jacqueline Lucid, are set to take the stage once again in CURTAINS, the Tony and Drama Desk award-winning musical comedy featuring one of the last scores by the legendary songwriting team of…Keep reading
Late Monday, more than two days after the apparent assault, RIOC’s first stride at a clumsy cover-up of what they call a “Parking Incident,” tumbled into email boxes. “Guessing this is about your post?” one resident wrote. “Guessing they remain incapable of even writing an advisory or press release?” But it was worse than that.…Keep reading
The familiar ping on my iPhone caught my attention, but it was Saturday. Some time off planned, but seeing the message, my mind went straight back to work. An apparent incident of police brutality had been captured on video. by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News Was it police brutality? Police brutality is a…Keep reading
I Love My Park Day at Four Freedoms opened with persistent rains, gusty winds sweeping off the East River… and the heartiest band of park lovers you’re likely to meet anywhere. by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News I Love My Park Day 2022, FDR Four Freedoms State Park The temperature on my iPhone…Keep reading
We’ve been following Roosevelt Islanders Jim and Bix Luce and their strenuous treks through India. Funded by local foundations with multiple lines of help, they’ve been opening schools for “untouchable” kids and collaborating with local leaders. Following is a digest of their most recent efforts from notes sent from high in the Himalayas. by David…Keep reading
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