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TalkBack! with Hugh Hamilton
WBAI Radio (interview with CUF Project Director David Jason Fischer), June 03, 2008

Not Your Father’s Vocational Schools
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (interview with CUF project director David Jason Fischer), June 03, 2008

To Fix Economy, Start in the Classroom
The Street, by John Fout, May 28, 2008

Price Jumps Haven’t Dimmed City Homeownership
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, May 27, 2008

NYC Eyeballs Growing Game Industry
Kotaku, by Leigh Alexander, May 16, 2008

New Study Supports Strong Links Between Industry, Vocational Schools
New York 1, by Michael Meenan, May 15, 2008

Schools that work, in two ways
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, May 14, 2008

Casual developers rule New York
CasualGaming, by Michael French, May 13, 2008

Report: Gaming Industry Could Help City Economy
The New York Sun, by Benjamin Sarlin, May 13, 2008

New York Needs to Get Some Game
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (interview with CUF deputy director Tara Colton), May 13, 2008

Game Co.‘s Playing to Win but City’s a Tough Matc
City Limits, by Tara Colton, May 12, 2008

Report: New York City not welcoming to game developers
Ars Technica, by Michael Thompson, May 12, 2008

Can New York Close the Video-Game Gap?
New York Times City Room blog, by Sewell Chan, May 12, 2008

New York City’s Game Industry Blossoming Yet Choked By Weeds
GameCyte, by Sean Hollister, May 12, 2008

Study: New York City’s Game Industry Shows Potential
GameDaily, by James Brightman, May 12, 2008

NYC scores low in video games
Crain's New York Business, by Amanda Fung, May 12, 2008

Game City
Gotham Gazette, by Gail Robinson, May 12, 2008

And Survey Says… New Yorkers Don’t Got Game
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Dana Rubinstein, May 12, 2008

Study: Video Game Industry Promising for NYC Economy
The Associated Press, May 12, 2008

Study: NYC could get jobs boost from video games
amNewYork, by David Freedlander, May 12, 2008

NYC game development community slowly growing
Joystiq, by Alexander Sliwinski, May 12, 2008

The Ins and Outs of Merger Between Polytechnic, NYU
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Dennis Holt, May 02, 2008

As the Economy Worsens: Helping People Find Jobs
Gotham Gazette, by Michelle Chen, April 22, 2008

Bloomberg reshapes city, despite high profile setbacks
amNewYork, by David Freelander, April 11, 2008

Taxes Cut and Promises Unkept
The New York Times, by Clyde Haberman, March 21, 2008

Freelancer’s mecca: Self-employed flock to Brooklyn
New York Daily News, by Nancy L. Katz, March 18, 2008

Brooklyn, The Borough: The Two-Bedroom Studio
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Nicole Brydson, March 14, 2008

This Gun for Higher: Brooklyn Freelance Frenzy
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, March 11, 2008

For Creatives, a Haven’s Becoming a Headache
City Limits, by Michelle S. Han, March 10, 2008

Creatives Flocked to Brooklyn, Where to Next?
Gothamist, by Jen Carlson, March 07, 2008

Report: City Should Get Creative If It Wants To Retain Creative Types
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom,, March 06, 2008

Creative Brooklynites Gather at Forum
WNYC, by Matthew Schuerman, March 06, 2008

Creatives Flock to Bklyn, But Are They Endangered?
Brownstoner, March 06, 2008

Freelancers push for own zone
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, March 06, 2008

Real Estate Round-Up
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Jacqui Ryan, March 06, 2008

Brooklyn’s ‘Creative Crescent’ In Danger of A Drought
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom, March 05, 2008

Art as Personal Business in the City: Brooklyn’s Creative Freelance Economy
IFTF's Future Now, March 05, 2008

London losing financial bragging rights?
Marketplace, by Jill Barshay, February 29, 2008

New London Tax Law Could Be Boost for New York
The New York Sun, by Peter Kiefer, February 26, 2008

Report: Applause for Mayor’s Efforts—But Construction Still Very White, Male
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lynsandra Ohrstom, February 13, 2008

Brooklyn Sees Greatest Gain in Number of Creative Freelancers
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Sarah Ryley, February 11, 2008

Culture Club
Time Magazine, by Richard Lacayo, January 17, 2008

Pass the Geritol, Sonny: it’s Gram-Hattan, 2030!
New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, January 15, 2008

New York City Sees 6-Percent Jump in Visitors
amNewYork, by David Freelander, January 14, 2008

Nixmary Brown Case Fallout Ups Time Kids Spend in Foster Care - Study
New York Daily News, by Kathleen Lucadamo, January 10, 2008

Child Welfare Cases Overwhelm Family Court, Report Finds
The New York Times, by Sewell Chan, January 10, 2008

Coming China Tourism Boom Could Fill the City’s Coffers
The New York Sun, by Thomas Fernandez, January 08, 2008

Census Shows Many Leaving New York
The New York Sun, by Tatyana Gershkovich, December 27, 2007

Call for Change in New York
Inside Higher Ed, December 18, 2007

Immigrants Would Thrive With More English Classes
Newsday, by Tara Colton, December 16, 2007

The Graying of the City: Young Families Fleeing New York
New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, December 11, 2007

New York Shopping: Chains and Bargains
Gotham Gazette, by Gail Robinson, December 10, 2007

Immigrant Retail Biz on Rise
Queens Times Ledger, by Jeremy Walsh, December 06, 2007

Rockefeller Foundation Announces First Award Recipients of NYC Cultural Innovation
Reuters,, December 06, 2007

Little Odessa: A Russian Mecca That Smells Just Like Home
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, December 04, 2007

NY Business Community Says the State’s Competitiveness Is At Risk; Groups Cite Lack of English Instr
The Legislative Gazette, by Kelly Chase, December 03, 2007

Out-of-towners Flocking to Ethnic Shopping Districts in Boroughs
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, Jess Wisloski and Christina Boyle, December 03, 2007

Facing A Failure to Communicate
Albany Times Union, by Paul Grondhal, December 01, 2007

Why Don’t You Teach English?
El Diario/LA PRENSA, November 29, 2007

Teaching English to Immigrants for Economic Development
North Country Public Radio, by Karen Dewitt, November 28, 2007

Inmigrantes Perdidos en la Traducci
El Diario/LA PRENSA, by Carmen Villavicencio, November 28, 2007

English Classes for Immigrants Lag, Groups Say
The Poughkeepsie Journal, by Dan Osborn, November 28, 2007

Help Wanted: Getting NY’s Workers the Language Skills They Need
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC, November 26, 2007

ESOL Conference Tuesday in Albany
WAMC Radio, by Dave Lucas, November 26, 2007

Cultural Districts Pull Customers From Suburbs
The New York Sun, by Bradley Hope, November 14, 2007

Ethnic Enclaves Do Good Business
WNYC, November 14, 2007

Are Ethnic Shopping Strips Luring Suburban Customers?
New York Times City Room blog, by Sewell Chan, November 13, 2007

Suburban Shoppers Flock to Ethnic Enclaves
The Real Deal blog, November 13, 2007

Saving Arlington Mars
Gotham Gazette, by Anne Schwartz, October 29, 2007

Giuliani’s Policy Professor
The Washington Post, by Benjamin Wallace-Wells, October 26, 2007

A Planned ‘Airport Village’ Near J.F.K. Finds a Cornerstone
The New York Times, by Terry Pristin, October 24, 2007

Bohemia by the Bay
The New York Times, by Cara Buckley, October 07, 2007

Nothing Lost in Translation
Houston Chronicle, by Jenalia Moreno, October 02, 2007

Unions Bringing in Out-of-town Muscle
Crain's New York Business,, by Tom Fredrickson, September 30, 2007

Flatbush Frolic: ‘More Than Just Socks and Sausages’
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Evan Lerner, September 19, 2007

A Think Tank Says Trolley Service Went Off Track
New York Daily News, by Donald Bertrand,, September 18, 2007

Trolley’s Still Not Boosting Cultural Sites
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, September 18, 2007

Jazz Trolley Ranks Best in the City
Queens Tribune, by Liz Skalka, September 14, 2007

The Bronx Trolly Was Rated the Best in Town
New York Daily News, by Dorian Block, September 11, 2007

Marty’s Trolley Folly
The Brooklyn Paper, by Ariella Cohen, September 08, 2007

Brooklyn’s Tourist Trap
The Brooklyn Paper, September 08, 2007

Report Analyzes Successes, Failures of Queens’ Trolleys
Queens Chronicle, by Annmarie Fertoli,, September 06, 2007

Bronx Trolley Lauded
The Bronx Times, by Bret Nolan Collazzi, September 06, 2007

500 Units of Subsidized Housing Will be Rehabilitated by HPD
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 05, 2007

The Heart of Brooklyn Sputters
The Real Estate blog, New York Observer, by Matthew Scheurman, September 03, 2007

Six-Day Library Service in NYC Lauded
LibraryJournal.com, by Norman Oder, September 03, 2007

Teen Slump
Albany Times-Union, by Justin Cullen and Katie Tidball, September 03, 2007

Home-Based ‘Spark Plugs’
Cape Cod Times, by Marilee Crocker, September 02, 2007

City of Aspiration
The New York Times, by Joel Kotkin, September 02, 2007

Silicon Brooklyn: NYU-Polytech Merger Could Bring More Techies Downtown
The Brooklyn Paper, by Ariella Cohen, September 01, 2007

Brooklyn Trolley Re-examines Role
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Sarah Ryley, August 31, 2007

Art Trolleys Fail to Draw Riders: Study
Queens Times Ledger, by Nathan Duke, August 30, 2007

Bibliotecas, Recurso Invaluable Para Inmigrantes
El Diario/LA PRENSA, by Jonathan Bowles, August 29, 2007

Breakthrough For Engineering Sector in the City?
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, August 28, 2007

University Merger May Give City Innovation Lead
The New York Sun, August 28, 2007

NYU-Polytech Merger Could Build NYC Rep: Report
Crain's New York Business,, by Amanda Fung, August 26, 2007

The Right Time for New Center
Elmira Star-Gazette, August 15, 2007

Giuliani’s New Hard-Line Stance on Immigration Draws Skeptics
The New York Sun, by Jill Gardiner, August 15, 2007

Report: Older College Students Face Educational Hurdles
The Journal News, by Cara Matthews, August 14, 2007

Fewer Adults Attend College
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, by Cara Matthews and Bennett Loudon, August 14, 2007

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