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Cape Cod Times
Painters' work influenced by native China and adopted U.S.
Duoling Huang and George Xiong have traveled thousands of miles to their home in the United States, where they've lived in freedom for more than two decades.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Siti Company Announces Michelle Preston as Executive Director
SITI Company 's Board of Directors along with Co-Artistic Directors Anne Bogart , Ellen Lauren and Leon Ingulsrud have named Michelle Preston as its new Executive Director .
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Border Security and the Immigration Colander
Michael W. Cutler graduated from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York in 1971 with a B.A. in Communications Arts and Sciences.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
New York Post
Sister of girl killed in hit-and-run is in a coma
The younger sister of a a girl who was killed by a pill-popping criminal in a stolen SUV is in a coma, a family membera said Thursdaya .
The Times of Trenton
NJ deVico displays pastels at Brodsky Gallery
NJ deVico's "Beech Tree Farm, Late May," depicting a spreading black walnut tree, is part of her exhibit at the Brodsky Gallery in the Chauncey Hotel and Conference Center in Princeton.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Ditmas Park Corner
Notes From The 70th Precinct Meeting
From officers arresting a machete-wielding man who broke into a house when a family was home to new speed limits for area roads as part of the city's Vision Zero plan, there was much to discuss at the last 70th Precinct Community Council meeting before the group's summer break.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
'Honor' Killings: A New Kind of American Tragedy
Both the defendant, standing trial for conspiracy to commit murder abroad in Pakistan , and the main witness against him, his daughter Amina, wept when they first saw each other.
Inter Press Service
Tiny Barbuda Grapples with Rising Seas
United States-based archaeologist Dr. Sophia Perdikaris said when Hurricane Georges hit in 1998, it did a lot more than turn the spotlight on the island's shrinking coastline.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Little Maia comic book launch at Art Lab
Artist and illustrator Robert Geronimo has built up a real following with his beautiful illustrations that appear in the Little Maia comic book series.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
New York Post
Overcrowding grows at city schools despite mayor's vows
The city is cramming more students into its largest classes at all grade levels, according to Department of Education figures.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
The Weekly Standard
Peak Koch Derangement Syndrome
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Thu Jun 26, 2014
Brooklyn College Turns Down $10 Mil from Koch Brothers, Will Go On Taking Taxpayer Money
Brooklyn College, part of the disastrous and dysfunctional City University of New York sinkhole, has a $60 million endowment.
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Business Professor Takes Measure of Big Data
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J., June 25 -- Rider University issued the following news: The age of big data is upon us.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
New York Daily News
Take Koch money & run your charity
Misguided foes of David and Charles Koch have hit upon a stinker of a strategy to try and stop the libertarian billionaire brothers from extending their already sizable impact on American politics and culture.
Why Not A Truck? Brooklyn Duo Offers Unique, Immersive Theatrical Experience in a Truck
For the past six weeks, a 24-foot truck has been making the rounds on the streets of North Brooklyn, making evening stops in front of local bars and restaurants.
The Daily Caller
College Uninterested In Koch Brothers' Millions Spent $107,000 To Change Huge Penis Logo
Let's face it: Brooklyn College of the City University of New York just isn't going to make the news very much.
Jose Rivera and More Bring New Works to Brooklyn College, Now thru 6/29
The Brooklyn College Department of Theater will present its inaugural New Works Brooklyn festival today, June 25-29.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
New York Post
Cabby a plotted double-killinga after daughter ditched arranged marriage
After Amina Ajmal ditched her arranged marriage to be with Shujat Abbas , her father was so enraged that he allegedly had Ajmal's parents killed.
New York Post
Brooklyn College spurns $10M grant from Koch brothers
They may teach business classes at Brooklyn College, but the school's liberal leaders have told two of the country's top businessmen to take their money and shove it because they don't like their conservative politics, a veteran faculty member charges.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
A 5-Bedroom Brooklyn Home with Swimming Pool for $949K? Only in the Movies
If a single family home near Brooklyn College with five bedrooms, a sunroom, formal living room, parking garage and a large pool for $949,000 sounds too good to be true - that's because it is.