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Muslims and Middle Easterners in New York

by Jake Neher
Muslim Boy standing on a corner in Sunnyside Queens
ChrisGoldNY, Flickr

It's difficult to skim through the day's news headlines without coming across something relating to New York City's Muslim and Middle Eastern Communities. Activists within those communities are responding to newly uncovered spying operations by the NYPD, and earlier this month a number of New Yorkers gathered to protest the presence of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who says he's in the city for medical treatment. 

Resurgence

by Robin Shannon
The Fountain at Lincoln Center
roccocell, Flickr

One of the many partners helping with Lincoln Square‘s growth has been Fordham University. On This week's Fordham Conversations the President of the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District, Monica Blum talks about the evolution of the area. Then WFUV’s Marisa Galdi looks at the resurgence of the double-crested Cormorant, a bird whose population was almost wiped out.

 

Cityscape Revisited

by George Bodarky
Times Square
Trey Ratcliff, flickr

Each week Cityscape brings you the people, places and spirit of New York City.  In this special fundraising edition of Cityscape, we're revisiting some of our favorite segments, including the "singing sanitation worker" and the "Platza."

I Speak for the Stakeholders

by Mary Wilson
A business graph
Jinho Jung, Flickr

Michael Pirson is a fugitive of the business world and a founding member of the Humanistic Management Network. "Put profits before human well-being at your own peril", he warns.But try making that case to CEO's or an undergraduate finance student.

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