The, undersigned, who are chairpersons of political parties and candidates in the November 5, 2013, General Election in New York City, acting in the strong belief that the ballot that has been published by the NY City Board of Elections for the General Election on November 5, 2013 is severely flawed, defective, and prejudicial have, on October 30, 2013, served legal notice upon the New York City Board of Elections (BOE), setting forth their general and specific objections to the November 5, 2013, ballot.
On November 15th, join in to support The HSUS's efforts to rescue animals from disasters, cruelty, and neglect. Proceeds from the events will be used to help the Animal Rescue Team save thousands more lives from natural disasters or cruelties such as puppy mills, animal fighting operations, hoarding, or neglect.
An annual fundraiser begun in 2011, GHOSTLIGHT celebrates East Village and Bowery theatrical traditions and ghosts of the past 150 years on Halloween. The 2012 edition of GHOSTLIGHT was cancelled due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and many of the shows created for that evening will be finally staged at Ghostlight 3 so come check it out and support your community!
Greenwich Village's premier food & wine tasting event is just around the corner. On Thursday, September 26th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., join hundreds of neighborhood foodies at the 11th Annual Taste of the Village benefit for Washington Square Park.
We are on the precipice as the Primary is about to take place.
There are a few races that are meaningful for those of us in SoHo—the two City Council races for District 1 and District 3 affect us directly. And, of course, the Mayoral selection affects us indirectly. In a microcosm, the phrase “all politics is local” takes on new meaning.
While there were incongruities under Thompson as Comptroller, he seems to be the only candidate with both credibility, experience, intelligence and broad support. His only difficulty in the last election was due to the weak-kneed support by the Democrats due ONLY to the mistaken belief that Bloomberg would be able to buy the election.
Yetta Kurland reflects upon her career in law, activism and public service.
A few years ago a deal was made to close our neighborhood’s hospital, St. Vincent’s, in order to build more luxury condos. As a civil rights attorney and a committed community organizer, I went to work, using my skills to help organize our community to speak out.
It looks like it will be a difficult choice for the general population to choose among the many candidates vying for office this election. But, while it may be tough for a larger audience, the decision shouldn’t be that hard for SoHo residents.
On October 6th, take an important step in raising awareness and funds for eating disorder programs. Body dissatisfaction often leads millions of men and women into a dangerous struggle with an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. NEDA supports individuals and families through education, a National Helpline and nationwide programs, guiding people towards the care they need.