Thursday Dec 12
Watertown Daily Times
20 young NNY professionals under 40 gain honors at annual luncheon
Keynote speaker John P. Gaus issued a challenge Wednesday to this year's cadre of 20 bright, enterprising leaders under age 40, urging them to have the courage to take risks to become successful entrepreneurs.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Free concert brings spirit of the holidays to Genesee County
Batavia's First Presbyterian Church will be alive with rousing holiday spirit when "Christmas with Vox, a Festival of Carols" comes around on Friday, Dec. 20. "Vox Lumine," a professional chorus group made up of 25 members from all over Western and Central New York, is performing for the public free of charge at the church, at 300 East Main St. in ... (more)
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Christmas fun in the Mohawk Valley
With Christmas only two weeks away, it's time to stop shopping in the big chain stores, have some fun with family, and help local organizations.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Sundance Reveals More Films for 2014 Festival
The Sundance Film Festival revealed additional sections Thursday afternoon, including its Spotlight and Park City at Midnight selections as well as a pair of titles playing in its newly created Sundance Kids sidebar.
Throwback Thursday: Globetrotting Yiddish Reporter
Welcome to Throwback Thursday, a weekly photo feature in which we sift 116 years of Forward history to find snapshots of women's lives.
Westcott Street salon in business more than 55 years will close Friday
After more than a half a century in business on Westcott Street, Terry Cherny will give her last haircut this week.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Carle Place Middle School Hosts Multicultural Fair
Eighth-grade students in Jennifer Bambino and Cherie Gisondi's Social Studies and English classes at Carle Place Middle School hosted a multicultural fair on Nov. 22. More than 35 countries were represented at the event, where guests were invited to taste student-made signature dishes.
The Francis Landscape
Did Pope Francis really mean it-that unregulated financial capitalism is bad? That's the question that the business media are momentarily amusing themselves with.
WNYC-AM New York
Jesse Eisenberg on His Play "The Revisionists"
It tells the story of a young writer who arrives in Poland with a case of writer's block and a desire to be left alone.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Sigmund Rolat Receives Jan Karski Award
Recipient of the Spirit of the Jan Karski Award at the November 18 David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies 10th Anniversary Dinner was survivor, philanthropist, Sigmund Rolat.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Real Deal
Polish artist Pawel Althamer's "Queen Mother of Reality"
Last weekend the state of New York ordered the removal of a 50-foot-long sculpture in East River State Park, but the work, by Polish artist Pawel Althamer, remains - for reasons unclear.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Forbidden Auschwitz Art on the Move
"This is the second time I am here," Poland's ambassador to the United States, Ryszard Schnepf said from the bimah of Park East Synagogue at the November 12th launch of the New York exhibition of "Forbidden Art" created by prisoners of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
A Shortage of Nobles
The Organistion for Economic Co-operation and Development just released a report warning of a looming global economic catastrophe-a replay of 2008-because the same Tea Party Republicans who shut down the US government in October may do so again in January.
The L Magazine
New Doc Captures Oral Histories of South Williamsburg
Andrew Parsons and Laurie Sumiye's "Of Memory and Los Sures" screens at the IFC Center on Thursday as part of DOC NYC in the program Then & Now .