Posts Tagged ‘ Manhattan ’

Legacy of Love

Legacy of Love

Most of you are aware of the horrific murder which took the life of independent actor and filmmaker, as well as loving wife and mother, Adrienne Shelly over six years ago. We’ve chronicled the struggle her widower Andrew Ostroy has waged in order to bring to account the negligent employers who allowed criminal alien...
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Red Star Rising

Red Star Rising

To live in New York is to be surrounded by people suffering from various pathologies, many of whom you encounter on a daily basis if-like most of us-you use public transportation. Living here also means being surrounded by Marxists of varying hues, including Maoists, Trotskyites, and-as the photograph above illustrates, supporters of the Democratic...
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Manufactured Reality

Manufactured Reality

One of the chief distinctions between the anti-Israel rally and the slightly smaller, yet equally exuberant, pro-Israel counter-demonstration held in Times Square this weekend was the sentiments expressed by the participants. While the former vocalized their antipathy towards Israel and the United States and demanded ordinary Israelis be punished-through measures such as the BDS...
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Preparing A Feast (Hurricane Sandy Concert)

Preparing A Feast (Hurricane Sandy Concert)

The musician above is Nehedar, one of the talented artists showcased in a concert held at Fontana’s last week whose proceeds were earmarked for victims of Hurricane Sandy. In addition to the donations collected from ticket sales and merchandise, attendees were also able to contribute to Masbia, a nonprofit soup kitchen and food pantry in Brookyn and Queens,...
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More Giving Opportunities (Hurricane Sandy Relief)

Here’s a quick rundown of Hurricane Sandy relief efforts being organized around New York State and in cyberspace-in addition to the relief mission by Heritage Baptist Church tomorrow morning. -This Sunday, from 4 to 10 PM, there will be a Sandy Relief Jam held at Mulcahy’s on Long Island. -Care for Sandy is offering...
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Reaching Out

One thing that can’t be said of Americans is that we lack generosity. We are, in fact, some of the most generous people on the planet. A vivid illustration of this characteristic munificence is the outpouring of help from people  living throughout the country who’ve responded to the needs of New Yorkers devastated by...
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Fifth Nation Hurricane Relief Benefit

Fifth Nation Hurricane Relief Benefit

I realize I probably sound like a broken record by this point, but there is yet another benefit being held in New York City this week to assist those who’ve been more deeply effected by the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. For a mere eight dollar donation you can join me, among others, at Fontana’s...
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New York Liberty

New York Liberty

Update: The full live-tweet-all eight hours of wild libertarian action-is up on my Twitter account. Check it out here. Although I’m sure my libertarian readers are already aware of this, the third annual Liberty Fest will be held in SoHo at  Work In Progress this Saturday. Put together by Gigi Bowman, Ian Cioffi and Steven...
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Slice Out Hunger

Slice Out Hunger

One of the great organizations helping to feed the hungry in New York is City Harvest. Later today it will be the beneficiary of New York’s Biggest Pizza Party, as pizzerias from across the city, including my personal favorite, Di Fara, offer up delicious slices at St. Anthony’s Church.
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Reclaiming Liberty: SION Conference (Part I)

Reclaiming Liberty: SION Conference (Part I)

Note:  Video footage, including a rousing speech made by the legendary Pamela Geller, as well as a moving speech by 9/11 mother Nelly Braginskaya, at Atlas Shrugs. Also, additional photos and footage provided by the indefatigable photo-blogger Urban Infidel.  If  there was a single, overarching theme to the first Stop the Islamization of Nations Congress, it was just...
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