New York Post: “Dancing For Dollars”

A New York Post online editorial knocked the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation’s $1 million grant to Pace University for rehabilitation dance space – and grants to the Paul Taylor and Battery dance companies – as not germane to rebuilding lower Manhattan.

Read the complete editorial from the New York Post here: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/editorials/dancing_for_dollars_89Ec3zn7zoUZUaeU7IuchJ

 

THE JOURNAL NEWS: Meet Hartsdale’s Anthony Desiato, Documentary Filmmaker About A Scarsdale Comic Book Store

Hartsdale resident and Pace Law School student, Anthony Desiato, recently made an¬†independent¬†documentary titled “My Comic Shop Documentary” while working at the comic shop “Alternate Realities” in Scarsdale, NY. Next month, the documentary will be shown as part of the long-running New Filmmakers New York Series.

Meet Hartsdale’s Anthony Desiato, Documentary Filmmaker About A Scarsdale Comic Book Store

The story was again featured in The Journal News with photos on May 9, 2011 in an article entitled Screen Gems.

THE JOURNAL NEWS: Spending Cuts Already Felt In Lower Hudson Valley Courts; More Loom

Due to spending cuts felt in the Lower Hudson Valley, the Judicial Institute at Pace Law School in White Plains must also prepare for some cuts.

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