Post Tagged with: "New York City"

A Hamilton statue at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, close to the Grange.

Hamilton Celebrated at the Grange

By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 14, 2020—An overflow crowd attended the full day of celebrations for Alexander Hamilton’s 266th birthday at The Grange, his final home, on Jan. 11. The event, which was sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Awareness (AHA) Society and the National Park Service, featured five back-to-back sessions addressing […]

by January 14, 2020 0 comments Founders, News
Washington enters New York City on Evacuation Day, Nov. 25, 1783

A 1783 Thanksgiving: Evacuation Day

By Pamela Lowry General Washington Enters New York City as the British Troops End their Seven-Year Occupation On November 25, 1783, General George Washington received the final word from Sir Guy Carleton that the last of the British troops would be withdrawn from New York City. It had been a […]

by November 26, 2019 0 comments Archive, History
The New Orleans sea barrier, completed in 2013.

Army Corps of Engineers Proposes Flood Protection for New York

Aug. 6, 2018—Six years after Hurricane Sandy, the Army Corps of Engineers has begun to present options for protecting the New York-New Jersey harbor area from future devastating storms. At stake is the fate of 16 million people living in the area; three airports; five major rail networks; the largest […]

by August 6, 2018 Comments are Disabled Infrastructure, News Shorts
New York City's "Billionaires' Row"--It's not the real story.

The Parasite is Devouring the Host: Which Will We Save?

By Angela Vullo July 5, 2018–If you believe the Trump Administration, the media, and some pundits, the U.S. economy is in the midst of a never-ending recovery, best demonstrated by the continuing rise of the financial markets.  But if you peer just beneath the surface, something entirely opposite emerges:  we […]

by July 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled Commentary