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Starbucks-backed bakery Princi opening in midtown
amNewYork, by Meredith Deliso and Alison Fox, October 25, 2018

City Breaks Ground on Astoria ‘Anchor Park’
Queens Daily Eagle, by David Brand, October 25, 2018

The Center For An Urban Future honors three pioneers in rooftop gala, including Brooklyn Brewery
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Andy Katz, October 25, 2018

Few students use Excelsior Scholarship here
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, by Jesse Adcock, October 23, 2018

The Excelsior Scholarship, CUNY And The Students In Between
The Ticker, by The Ticker Staff, October 16, 2018

New York City Council should pass the Small Business Jobs Survival Act
City and State New York, by Ross Barkan, October 11, 2018

Older New Yorkers Have Huge and Growing Need for English Classes
City Limits, by Dorian Block, October 10, 2018

GED and other high school equivalency degrees drop by more than 40% nationwide since 2012
The Hechinger Report, by Jill Barshay, October 10, 2018

Report shows New York apprenticeships have potential, room for growth
Albany Times Union, by Diego Mendoza-Moyers, October 01, 2018

Senior Strivers
The Bronx Free Press, by Sherry Mazzocchi, September 27, 2018

The boss in the mirror
Our Town, by Douglas Feiden, September 27, 2018

Brooklyn Sees Surge in ‘Older Entrepreneurship,’ Study Says
BK Reader, by Andrea Leonhardt, September 27, 2018

Are 50-year-olds the new face of Staten Island’s entrepreneurs?
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, September 27, 2018

Cuomo’s Free College Scheme Fails Poorest Students
Liberty Nation, by Andrew Moran, September 25, 2018

The Rise Of The Restaurant Robot
Forbes, by Andrew Rigie, September 24, 2018

Apprenticeships on the Rise at New York Tech and Finance Firms
Wall Street Journal, by Kate King, September 24, 2018

Entrepreneurship Rising With Age In Queens, Study Finds
Flushing Patch, by Danielle Woodward, September 19, 2018

Older Entrepreneurship Booming In Brooklyn, Study Shows
Brownsville Patch , by Kathleen Culliton, September 19, 2018

New York’s middle-class scholarship program criticized
Fox 5 NY, by Fox 5 NY Staff, September 18, 2018

Retire? These Graying ‘Encore Entrepreneurs’ Are Just Starting Up
New York Times, by Winnie Hu, September 17, 2018

Two-year schools giving pilot program applications the ‘old college try’
ROI-NJ, by Brett Johnson, September 14, 2018

It’s Time to Rebuild the American Dream with a Green WPA
Holly Lynch New Yorker, by Holly Lynch, September 13, 2018

Cuomo vs. Nixon on Education Policy
City Limits, by Kate Pastor, September 10, 2018

Only three percent of students have received Governor Cuomo’s “free tuition” scholarship
World Socialist Web Site, by Josh Varlin, September 07, 2018

Hudson Yards park expansion poised to become NYC’s priciest
Curbed NY, by Tanay Warerkar, September 06, 2018

Gov. Cuomo’s Free College Hustle
The Indypendent, by Peter Rugh, September 04, 2018

Money for nothing: The case for universal basic income
New York Daily News, by Andrew Yang, September 04, 2018

The rise of New York’s new leisure waterfront
Curbed NY, by Karrie Jacobs, August 31, 2018

Study: Excelsior scholarship not as accessible as expected
News 12 Westchester, by News 12 Staff, August 31, 2018

Andrew Cuomo’s free-college program rejected 70 percent of applicants
Washington Examiner, by John Patrick, August 28, 2018

Scholarship Experience Is Different Between Colleges
The Post-Journal, by John Whittaker, August 20, 2018

Help Escelsior Scholarship earn an A+ for students
Newsday, by The Editorial Board, August 16, 2018

Report: Nearly 70% of students who applied for New York’s free college program were rejected
MarketWatch, by Jillian Berman, August 16, 2018

Study: Small percentage of SUNY and CUNY students receive Excelsior Scholarship
Westfair Communcations, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, August 16, 2018

New Yorkers are bypassing food trucks for McDonalds as fast food finds new footing
6sqft, by Michelle Cohen, August 16, 2018

As fast-food wages rise, McDonald’s owner goes posh
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein, August 14, 2018

Help Excelsior Scholarship earn an A+
amNY, by The Editorial Board, August 14, 2018

New York Barely Makes Nation’s Top 40 Greenest Cities
Habitat Magazine, by Habitat Magazine Staff, August 13, 2018

Free tuition program reaching few New Yorkers, report says
New York Daily News, by Kenneth Lovett, August 13, 2018

CUNY students getting snubbed on Excelsior scholarships: report
New York Post, by Carl Campanile, August 13, 2018

NY Scholarship Program Aids Just 2% of CUNY Students: Study
New York City Patch, by Noah Manskar, August 13, 2018

Nixon slams Cuomo over states ‘free college’ program
WHECTV, by WHECTV Staff, August 13, 2018

Study: Majority of applicants rejected for Excelsior Scholarships
Times Union, by Rick Karlin, August 13, 2018

Few New York City students benefit from free college tuition, report finds
Chalkbeat, by Christina Veiga, August 13, 2018

Think Tank: Excelsior Went to 3.2% of Undergrads
Insider Higher Ed, by Rick Seltzer, August 13, 2018

Automation Fears Force Retraining in New York, Nationwide
Government Technology, by Carrie Mason-Draffen, August 09, 2018

Old Steam Pipe Explosion Displaces Residents, Exposes Them to Asbestos
Legal Reader, by Sara E. Teller, August 09, 2018

The 40 Most Sustainably Powered US Cities, Ranked
Commercial Cafe Staff, by Commercial Cafe, August 01, 2018

Summertime Parks Check-In
WNYC, by Brian Lehrer, August 01, 2018

Age, neglect plague Vannie, Bronx’s ailing parks
The Riverdale Press, by Zak Kostro, July 30, 2018

City Parks in Danger
Thirteen, by Metro Focus Staff, July 26, 2018

Study: Brooklyn Public Library needs $228 million for upkeep
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Paula Katinas, July 26, 2018

Don’t freak out (too much) about Five Below on Fifth, brokers say
The Real Deal, by Eddie Small, July 25, 2018

Mayor Taps Grillo To Run DDC, Citing Her Success at SCA
The Cheif, by Crystal Lewis, July 24, 2018

Steam pipe blasts show dangers lurking under New York streets
Reuters, by Diana Kruzman, July 23, 2018

‘Borough of Parks’ needs some green (commentary)
Staten Island Advance, by Tom Wrobleski, July 23, 2018

Why 20 years wasn’t enough time for NYC to upgrade this Staten Island storm sewer
Daily News, by Reuven Blau, July 17, 2018

No walk in the park
The Bond Buyer, by The Bond Buyer Staff, July 17, 2018

Parks Facing Infrastructure Challenges
Spectrum News NY1, by Spectrum News NY1 Staff, July 16, 2018

Peril in the Parks
The Spirit, by Douglas Feiden, July 11, 2018

Protect Long Island’s economy in the age of automation
Newsday, by Newsday Staff, July 09, 2018

Study: Boro parks have been neglected
Queens Chronicle, by Ryan Brady, July 05, 2018

Report finds negelected parks in need of major repairs
Real Estate Weekly, by Real Estate Weekly Staff, July 05, 2018

Island parks most underfunded, staff deprived in NYC, report says
Staten Island Advance, by Sydney Kashiwagi, July 05, 2018

Study: Brooklyn Public Library needs $228 million for upkeep
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Paula Katinas, July 05, 2018

Newly expanded Hunter’s Point South Park highlights a greener future for NYC parks
The Architects Newspaper, by Sydney Franklin, June 29, 2018

A pair of Ridgewood and Maspeth parks haven’t seen restorations in more than a century, study finds
QNS, by Ryan Kelley, June 29, 2018

Parks and wreck: New York City’s crumbling public infrastructure
Document Journal, by Caroline Christie, June 28, 2018

Porter24 Expands Premier Digital Hotel Network and Advertising Platform in NYC
Markets Insider, by Business Insider Staff, June 28, 2018

Automation threatens 80,000 jobs in Finger Lakes region, study says
Rochester Business Journal, by Velvet Spicer, June 28, 2018

Forest Park’s Flooding Among Worst In The City, Study Finds
Forest Hills Patch, by Danielle Woodward, June 28, 2018

New York City parks hobbled by age, underinvestment according to new report
The Architects Newspaper, by Jonathan Hilburg, June 28, 2018

Wait, these NYC playgrounds haven’t gotten updates in how long?
TimeOut, by Danielle Valente, June 28, 2018

Brooklyn Parks Falling Into ‘Dangerous’ Disrepair, Study Finds
Ditmas Park Patch, by Kathleen Culliton, June 27, 2018

New York City Parks Are In Desperate Need Of Repairs, Study Finds
CBS New York, by Elise Finch, June 27, 2018

This Is the Most Pressing Challenge Facing New York City’s Tech Ecosystem
Inc., by Zoë Henry, June 27, 2018

Aging NYC parks need $6 billion in repairs: Report
Metro, by Kristin Toussaint, June 26, 2018

Inside NYC’s $6 billion parks problem
New York Post, by Nolan Hicks, June 26, 2018

NYC needs to invest nearly $6B over the next decade to fix aging park infrastructure, report says
6SQFT, by Devin Gannon, June 26, 2018

Aging park infrastructure challenges New York City
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, June 26, 2018

NYC parks plagued by ‘chronic underinvestment,’ infrastructure problems: report
Curbed New York, by Ameena Walker, June 26, 2018

Study shows many aging New York City parks have infrastructure problems
New York Daily News, by Elizabeth Elizalde, June 26, 2018

NYC parks need $5.8B over 10 years to fix aging infrastructure, report says
amNY, by Lisa L. Colangelo, June 26, 2018

City’s top-earning, publicly traded companies dominated by finance firms, analysis shows
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, June 20, 2018

Will a robot take your job? The Central NY jobs most at risk for automation, ranked
Syracuse.com, by Ben Axelson, June 19, 2018

Will a robot take your job? The Upstate NY jobs most at risk from automation, ranked
NewYorkUpstate.com, by Ben Axelson, June 19, 2018

Automation Could Cost New York 1.2 Million Jobs
WSHU Public Radio, by Charles Lane, June 18, 2018

Automatable Job Growth Has Helped Locally
The Post-Journal, by Eric Zavinski, June 18, 2018

Report: Automation A Threat To New York Jobs
WAMC Northeast Public Radio, by Lucas Willard, June 18, 2018

Study: Over 72,000 local jobs ‘highly’ susceptible to automation
Times Union, by Madison Iszler, June 15, 2018

City Council Passes $89 Billion Budget As Fiscal Storm Clouds Loom On Horizon
Gothamist, by Devin Gould, June 15, 2018

The Briefing: The economic time bomb called automation
Buffalo News, by Jerry Zremski, June 14, 2018

Automation could have a $9.6 billion annual impact on Capital Region jobs
Albany Business Review, by Chelsea Diana, June 14, 2018

Study: Long Island has more than 180,000 jobs at high risk to automation
Newsday, by Carrie Mason-Draffen, June 13, 2018

With automation threatening NY jobs, Gillibrand wants to help affected workers
Auburnpub.com, by Robert Harding, June 13, 2018

Gillibrand announces legislation to benefit displaced workers
WHECTV, by WHECTV Staff, June 13, 2018

New York City libraries’ good-repair backlog nearly $1 billion
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, June 12, 2018

Despite funding from city, repairs for aging libraries remain overdue: Study
Metro New York, by Nikki M. Mascali, June 08, 2018

Scaling Up Small Businesses in the Bronx
BronxNet Youtube Channel, by BronxNet Staff, May 31, 2018

New School Vibes Among the Old School Stacks
Next City, by Jenna Chambers, May 31, 2018

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