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Bodega startup aims to replace beloved corner stores and NYers are not OK with it
amNewYork, by Colter Hettich and Ivan Pereira , September 14, 2017

Home at Last in NYC
Insider Higher Ed, by Rick Seltzer, September 13, 2017

Female founders are spearheading Atlanta’s transformation into a tech hub
Venturebeat, by Holly Beilin , August 31, 2017

What Should Be Done with America’s Abandoned Malls?
Architectural Digest, by Guelda Voien, August 31, 2017

Growing Old in America
Little India, by Zofeen Maqsood, August 25, 2017

Will cities adapt when automation reshapes the job market?
Curbed, by Patrick Sisson, August 22, 2017

Village is losing artists to Brooklyn, Bronx due to a ‘surging economy’
The Villager, August 17, 2017

Report reveals staggering new details on NYC capital project delays
The Architect's Newspaper, by Andrew David, August 08, 2017

Bronx borough president to high school grads
Chalkbeat, by Christina Veiga , July 29, 2017

Aging New York Immigrants Confront Shortage of ‘Culturally Appropriate’ Services
Voice of America, by Ramon Taylor, July 26, 2017

JFK Cargo Shipments Drop More Than 20%
Wall Street Journal, by Melanie Grayce West, July 25, 2017

NYC Has More Artists Than Ever
CityLab, by Richard Florida, July 25, 2017

Local coffee shops holding their own against Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, report says
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, July 24, 2017

Starbucks outrage boils over on Avenue A
The Villager, by Scott R. Axelrod, July 21, 2017

New Workspaces Coming Soon For Artists In Gowanus And Sunset Park
BKLYNER, by By Pamela Wong, July 19, 2017

First-Ever New York City Cultural Plan Calls for Funding Institutions in Underserved Communities
ARTnews, by David Freedlander, July 19, 2017

Number Of Artists Moving To Brooklyn Rises
BRLYNER, by Pamela Wong, July 18, 2017

Map shows which NYC neighborhoods have the most artists
Time Out New York, by Clayton Guse, July 18, 2017

Film Studios Say Thanks But No Thanks to NYC Mayor’s Investment
Bloomberg, by Henry Goldman, July 18, 2017

Subway introduces self-order kiosks and free Wi-Fi, just not in NYC
amNewYork, by Lisa L. Colangelo, July 17, 2017

How New York City Can Keep Its Artists
WNYC, July 17, 2017

Bushwick, South Bronx seeing spike in artist residences as MFA graduates struggle with student debt
amNewYork, by Polly Kreisman and Colter Hettich, July 17, 2017

Can You Guess How Many Artists Live in Brooklyn? The Answer May Surprise You
Brownstoner, by Seán Devlin, July 14, 2017

The top 10 NYC neighborhoods with the most artists
6sqft, by Devin Gannon, July 13, 2017

Bushwick Sees Biggest Uptick Of Artists In New York City, Study Finds
Patch, by Kathleen Culliton, July 13, 2017

Not Just Bushwick: New Study Charts Where NYC Artists Live
Hyperallergic, by Claire Voon, July 13, 2017

Report: Since 2000, more artists moved to Bushwick than any other neighborhood
Politico, by Conor Skelding, July 13, 2017

Where do New York City’s artists live?
Curbed, by Zoe Rosenberg, July 13, 2017

Urban Future study: How many artists live on Staten Island?
Staten Island Advance, by Rob Bailey, July 13, 2017

Number of artists in NYC at all-time high
Crain's New York Business, by Miriam Kreinin Souccar, July 13, 2017

One Solution, Many Winners in Idea for Affordable Space for Artists
Next City, by Rachel Dovey, July 13, 2017

Mom-and-Pop Dollar Stores Fight to Survive as Chains Move In
New York Times, by Winnie Hue and Emily Palmer, July 13, 2017

Authorization To Fix The Crumbling BQE Faster Stalls In Albany
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, July 12, 2017

U.S. Census: Number of grandparents will double by 2060
Fox 5, by Dana Arschin, July 10, 2017

Bronx borough president to high school grads
Chalkbeat, by Christina Veiga, June 30, 2017

Political hopefuls rally for small business
New York Press, by Madeleine Thompson, June 29, 2017

The Fourth Annual Long Island City Summit Sees Big Turnout
Queens Gazette, by Thomas Cogan, June 29, 2017

City projects should not take forever and a day
Crain's New York Business, June 27, 2017

Experts Eye ‘College Success’ for City Students
Gotham Gazette, by Amanda Tukaj, June 27, 2017

Upper West Side zoning law limiting chains has yielded mixed results since 2012
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, June 19, 2017

Mayor de Blasio unveils plan vowing to offer 100,000 new jobs over next 10 years
New York Daily News, by Jillian Jorgensen, June 16, 2017

New York Works Plan to Create New Artist Studios and 10,000 Creative Jobs
artnet news, by Brian Boucher, June 16, 2017

Brooklyn Today June 14
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, June 14, 2017

Forest Hills Library To Reopen This Week
Patch, by Ali Kucukgocmen, June 13, 2017

Number of immigrant seniors rising across NYC: report
Technical.ly, by Tyler Woods, June 13, 2017

NYC’s Older Immigrant Adults Face Serious Barriers When Seeking Senior Services
BRIC TV, June 07, 2017

DOT: Albany Has 11 Days To Shave Years And Millions Of Dollars Off Critical BQE Repairs
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, June 02, 2017

Faster, cheaper, better fix proposed for BQE in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Mary Frost, June 02, 2017

Immigrant seniors are aging in place all over New York City
amNewYork, by Mark Chiusano, May 31, 2017

New York Libraries Turn the Page on Public Control
The American Prospect, by Rebecca Nathanson, May 26, 2017

The Crisis of the Super Star City
The Huffington Post, by Steven Pedigo, May 24, 2017

Is New York City Finally Ready to Invest in its $20 Billion Music Industry?
City & State, by Gabe Ponce de Leon, May 24, 2017

BronxTalk - May 22, 2017
BronxTalk, May 23, 2017

The number of foreign-born seniors living in Queens is rising: study
Queens Courier, by Angela Matua, May 22, 2017

Immigrants Now Comprise Half the City’s Seniors
WNYC, by Arun Venugopal, May 18, 2017

Poverty rampant among NYC’s foreign-born seniors: Center for an Urban Future
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, May 18, 2017

NYC’s Human-Service Providers Press for Changes in City Funding
City Limits, by Derek Norman, May 03, 2017

Long Road for NYC Public Projects
Architectural Record, by Heather Corcoran, May 01, 2017

Part-time college students won’t reap benefits of Cuomo’s free tuition plan
Buffalo News, by Jay Tokasz, April 26, 2017

Public library hours in NYC lag behind those across the country, report says
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, April 25, 2017

NYC tourism campaign aims to counter Trump’s ‘America First’ rhetoric
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira and Matthew Chayes, April 21, 2017

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Clearly Doesn’t Think There Is a Starbucks on Every Corner
The Street, by Brian Sozzi, April 19, 2017

Cities Vs. Trump
New York Magazine, by Justin Davidson, April 18, 2017

Free SUNY tuition clouded by fine print
Lo Hud, by Joseph Spector, April 18, 2017

N.Y.‘s Tuition-Free Dream Meets Details
Inside Higher Ed, by Rick Seltzer, April 17, 2017

Cuomo announces free college tuition program
Times Ledger, by Patrick Donachie, April 14, 2017

Libraries often see delays and high costs, report finds
Times Ledger, by Patrick Donachie, April 14, 2017

Pol Hopes New Bill Will Embarrass Agencies Into Finishing Projects On Time
DNAinfo, by Eddie Small, April 13, 2017

How New York’s Free College Plan Neglects Low-Income Students
The Huffington Post, by Lydia O’Connor, April 13, 2017

Churchill: Free college tuition? Don’t believe Cuomo’s hype
Albany Times Union, by Chris Churchill, April 13, 2017

Surveys show real demand for Brooklyn-Staten Island ferry
Staten Island Advance, by Susan Lunny Keag, April 12, 2017

How slow can you go?
New York Daily News, April 12, 2017

City plans hearing to crack down on employers taking advantage of immigrants
Crain's New York Business, by Rosa Goldensohn, April 12, 2017

Tuition plan demands students stay in New York
Albany Times Union, by Casey Seiler, April 11, 2017

Free Public College Has Arrived in New York — With Some Big Catches
The Village Voice, by Alexandria Neason, April 10, 2017

Report reveals delays and high cost of city-managed construction projects
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, April 10, 2017

City Takes Too Long and Spends Too Much to Finish Cultural Projects: Report
DNAinfo, by Eddie Small, April 10, 2017

Cuomo’s promise of free college tuition has a major catch, experts say
Chalkbeat, by Monica Disare, April 10, 2017

How the city built libraries at $930 psf … and years behind schedule
The Real Deal, April 10, 2017

Cuomo’s Tuition-Free College Plan Has A Big Catch, Critics Say
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, April 10, 2017

NYC libraries await fixes for four years on average, report finds
Curbed, by Zoe Rosenberg, April 10, 2017

Study Finds Publicly-Funded Libraries and Museums Too Expensive, Too Slow To Build
WNYC, April 10, 2017

Real-Estate Costs Double When One NYC Agency Gets Involved
Wall Street Journal, by Keiko Morris, April 09, 2017

Investors in local digital health ‘recalibrating’ amid uncertainty over Trump policies
Crain's New York Business, by Jonathan LaMantia, April 06, 2017

Queens Immigrants’ Role In The Economy
Queens Tribune, by James Farrell, March 30, 2017

Diploma Decline
MetroFocus, March 28, 2017

Women-Owned Small Businesses in NYC Making Waves
NY1, by Tara Lynn Wagner, March 27, 2017

NYC Arts Groups Could Take Hit With Proposed Trump Budget
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Brainstorm Health Daily: March 21, 2017
Fortune, by Clifton Leaf, Sy Mukherjee, March 22, 2017

Digital health is helping to fuel the city’s economy
Crain's New York Business, by Jonathan LaMantia, March 20, 2017

New Yorkers struggle under new high school equivalency test
Crain's New York Business, by Peter D'Amato and Gerald Schifman, March 17, 2017

Inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Epic Comeback
The Bridge, by Kay S. Hymowitz, March 17, 2017

What Dip in High School Credential Means for NYC Employment
Next City, by Oscar Perry Abello, March 16, 2017

Preparing for automation in NYC
New York Press, by Michael Garofalo, March 15, 2017

New South Bronx waterfront development has residents asking who it’s for
Curbed, by Patrick Sisson, March 14, 2017

Helen Marshall remembered as champion of libraries
Times Ledger, by Bill Parry, March 09, 2017

Marshall lauded as a kind, gentle spirit
Queens Chronicle, by Anthony O’Reilly, March 09, 2017

What would it take for a Republican to flip City Hall?
Crain's New York Business, by John William Schiffbauer, March 09, 2017

Sharp decline in New Yorkers taking high school equivalency exam
Albany Times Union, by Bethany Bump, March 07, 2017

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