Monthly Archives: November 2010

Mayor Bloomberg, Cathleen Black and the New York Schools

By Stanley Aronowitz This week has been a nightmare for education. New York’s Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced  that the city would layoff 10,000 employees, many of them teachers. Former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates urged school superintendents to reward teachers … Continue reading

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Sasha Takes New York

By Maurice Pinzon Sasha, a twenty-something, singer-songwriter and actress from Russia, appeared on a brisk fall morning for an interview over breakfast at the Standard Grill in downtown Manhattan working on just four hours of sleep. Sometimes that’s all the … Continue reading

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