Blog Posts Tagged "Pace University"

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02/10/2020 Will Meat Become Moot? A One-Day Conference Weighs The Future Of Food.

The Impossible Burger or pork grown in a petri dish — what’s better? The ethics of meat (and the question of going meatless) in the…

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06/13/2013 River To River Returns!

This weekend, as part of its 40th Anniversary year, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) launches the 2013 edition of the annual River To River…

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06/07/2013 Q&A with Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University

Stephen J. Friedman became president of Pace University on June 4, 2007.  We sat down with him recently to talk about everything Pace and life…

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09/25/2012 53,000 Students Hit the Books in City’s Fastest-Growing School Zone

[caption id="attachment_11656" align="alignleft" width="335" caption="The new Fiterman Hall at BMCC"][/caption]  By Liz Berger I just went to my 30th college reunion, yet I still organize…

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08/08/2012 Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Aroma Espresso Bar

A taste of Israel has reached Lower Manhattan with the arrival of Aroma Espresso Bar. The popular coffee and pastry chain in Israel offers everything…

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07/26/2012 Developing Lower Manhattan: Pace University

Pace University’s Lower Manhattan campus is meeting steeper student demand with new housing – so that all residential students will be able to walk to…

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03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

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02/23/2012 An Interview with Martin I. Kagan, Pace's Director of Cultural Affairs

Martin I. Kagan has served as Director of Cultural Affairs at Pace University since 2010. The Downtown Alliance recently sat down with him to ask…

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12/12/2011 Bookish Lower Manhattan

Best-sellers? New York City history? Coffee table books? Mysteries? From niche bookstores like New York City’s CityStore to a plethora of museum bookshops, Lower Manhattan…

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05/06/2010 Community Planting Day

I can’t believe that Saturday, May 1, was my third Spring Community Planting Day at Wall Street Park! It was the most inclusive community planting…

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02/10/2020 Will Meat Become Moot? A One-Day Conference Weighs The Future Of Food.

The Impossible Burger or pork grown in a petri dish — what’s better? The ethics of meat (and the question of going meatless) in the…

Read More

06/13/2013 River To River Returns!

This weekend, as part of its 40th Anniversary year, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) launches the 2013 edition of the annual River To River…

Read More

06/07/2013 Q&A with Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University

Stephen J. Friedman became president of Pace University on June 4, 2007.  We sat down with him recently to talk about everything Pace and life…

Read More

09/25/2012 53,000 Students Hit the Books in City’s Fastest-Growing School Zone

[caption id="attachment_11656" align="alignleft" width="335" caption="The new Fiterman Hall at BMCC"][/caption]  By Liz Berger I just went to my 30th college reunion, yet I still organize…

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08/08/2012 Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Aroma Espresso Bar

A taste of Israel has reached Lower Manhattan with the arrival of Aroma Espresso Bar. The popular coffee and pastry chain in Israel offers everything…

Read More

07/26/2012 Developing Lower Manhattan: Pace University

Pace University’s Lower Manhattan campus is meeting steeper student demand with new housing – so that all residential students will be able to walk to…

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03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

Read More

02/23/2012 An Interview with Martin I. Kagan, Pace's Director of Cultural Affairs

Martin I. Kagan has served as Director of Cultural Affairs at Pace University since 2010. The Downtown Alliance recently sat down with him to ask…

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12/12/2011 Bookish Lower Manhattan

Best-sellers? New York City history? Coffee table books? Mysteries? From niche bookstores like New York City’s CityStore to a plethora of museum bookshops, Lower Manhattan…

Read More

05/06/2010 Community Planting Day

I can’t believe that Saturday, May 1, was my third Spring Community Planting Day at Wall Street Park! It was the most inclusive community planting…

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