News & Politics

Following a string of heinous bias attacks against gay men, including the murder of a 32 year old man on Friday night, community members, elected officials, LGBT community leaders and allies will march to the site of Friday's shooting to demand an end to hate crimes against the LGBT community and to reclaim the City for all New Yorkers.


Featuring Max Power, Twisted Resistor, and Data Tones, since 2008, IPCs annual Battle of the Bands charity event has donated over $130,000 to organizations such as, Winthrop University Hospital’s Cancer Center for Kids (CCK), Little Kids Rock, Autism Speaks and The Boomer Esiason Foundation. Join us on May 29th, for the 6th annual Battle of the Bands where we hope to continue our success in 2013 with some new and familiar faces, and the incredible raffle prizes you've come to expect from this event. Help support this great cause!


In April 2013 the non-profit Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) brought together two dozen nationally respected craft beer brewers to launch the Brewers for Clean Water Campaign, which aims to leverage the economic growth of the craft brewing sector into a powerful voice for bolstering clean water protection in the United States.


Who could have ever believed that Hattie, a dance teacher originally from Williamsburg, Brooklyn would emerge, in her 70's as a desired and desirable world-renowned role model? Certainly not me, a woman who has despised and disrespected aging for decades.


Jenifer Rajkumar is a lawyer, a District Leader, a Democrat who espouses early, direct, personal involvement in the community’s political decisions for her district, District 1 in SoHo. While Jenifer, who is also a member of the Downtown Independent Democrats, realizes that unseating an incumbent is an uphill battle, she is a determined and politically attractive candidate who is in this race for the right reasons. Not for power, not for self-aggrandizement, and not for provincial attempts to make small changes. Her desire is to fundamentally alter the way politics is managed. That is, by involving the community at the very outset in dealing with any changes that affect it. For changes that affect SoHo.


In my day, which we all know was a long time ago. people routinely took baths. And it wasn't just women... guys did too! I'm a fish out of water if I don't swim or bath/soak. Sure a shower provides a splash of clean, refreshing water. But though it can boost our spirits, readying us for the day ahead, or making us feel clean as we go to bed, it doesn't provide the benefits of soaking in a tub.


SAME DATE: Thursday, May 2nd
NEW PLACE: P.S. 41,116 West 11th Street, Auditorium
NEW TIME: 6:30 p.m.

Join the Lupus Foundation of America and thousands of walkers on May 18th, to raise money for lupus research, increase awareness of lupus, and rally public support for the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer from its brutal impact.


The Olevolos Project is a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities to disadvantaged young people in Tanzania. Funds raised from the May 11th 2013 Benefit Brunch will go towards the Olevolos Project's Scholarship Program that support the educational and affiliated needs of disadvantaged and orphaned students from the Olevolos Village. 


May 11th is sure to be a fun day with lots of amazing artists, jewelers and crafters specializing in all things handmade. What’s even better is that a portion of the proceeds fo to the Museum School in Chelsea. The entire school community will be involved in making this a very special day!


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