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 … 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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