Sep 232014
 
Safe recycling of electronics, e-waste

Don’t just throw out your old cellphones, laptops, desktops or other electronics, including old TVs. Recycle them to save NYC landfills from potentially hazardous waste, and let skilled recyclers save precious metals for re-use. The Lower East Side Ecology Read More

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Sep 212014
 
Get automatic MetroCard refills

Avoid lines at MetroCard machines, and never be stuck with an empty card if you opt in for the automatic Easy PayXpress. Just register a credit card or debit card with the MTA, and you can opt for an Read More

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Sep 132014
 
One Day University: top professors

Get smart, or smarter, at least, at One Day University in NYC.  This all-day event features professors from Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Duke and other top schools discussing the art of aging, the impact of World War I 100 years Read More

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Sep 122014
 
Safe recycling of electronics, e-waste

Don’t just throw out your old cellphones, laptops, desktops or other electronics, including old TVs. Recycle them to save NYC landfills from potentially hazardous waste, and let skilled recyclers save precious metals for re-use. The Lower East Side Ecology Read More

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Aug 152014
 
Rally against global Jihad in Union Square

Join a rally in Union Square on Sunday against the growing threat of global Jihad, including a protesting about all the minority populations worldwide subjected to genocide, oppression and violence by Islamic jihadists. Show your moral outrage against jihadist Read More

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Aug 142014
 
Robin Williams tribute at Tribeca Cinemas

Tribeca Cinemas is showing a special screening of the the award-winning Robin Williams film Awakenings, with part of each ticket price donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Awakenings also stars Robert de Niro in the 1990 film Read More

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Jul 202014
 
10 fabulous facts about NYC

Even lifelong New Yorkers like me don’t know everything about their hometown. Here are 10 fabulous facts about New York City you either didn’t know or forgot: NYC is far from being a concrete jungle. About 14 percent of Read More

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Jul 182014
 
RIP to Broadway star Elaine Stritch

Broadway, TV and cabaret have lost a show-stopper Elaine Stritch, whose gravelly voice and impeccable comic timing made her a legend, has died of natural causes. She was 89. Broadway lights are being dimmed at 7:45 PM Friday in Read More

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