Brighton Site Withdrawn from RBTL Theater Search

Developer Anthony Costello says he believes the new performing arts theater should be built at the former Midtown site Downtown.


No Money, No Earth Day at State Capitol

Earth Day celebrations at the New York State Capitol were cancelled by the Paterson Administration, which cited a lack of money.


Diane Ravitch on Mayoral Control

Urban education expert Diane Ravitch explains her conclusions about the relationship between school governance and student achievement.

Learning Business on Spring Break

The Biz Kid$ program teaches students financial literacy and entrepreneurial skills with hands on training.


Analyzing Albany's Dysfunction

Fri, 04/23/2010 - 8:30pm - 9:00pm

WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt and New York NOW host Matt Ryan bring analysis of the gridlock and look ahead to the impact.


NY State Senator Accused of Diverting $14 Million

Democrat Pedro Espada, Jr. is the target of a lawsuit filed by Attorney Genreal Andrew Cuomo.


Celebrating the Genesee River

With an eye towards Earth Day this week, New York State's DEC Commissioner says $1 billion in federal, state & local funds have been invested to help Rochester's river.


Money to Encourage Girls' Interest in Science & Technology

A $300,000 donation will fund efforts to spark continued interest in math & engineering careers among girls & young women.


Malcom Bell on the Attica Uprising & Human Rights

Mon, 04/19/2010 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Lawyer Malcolm Bell discusses his work to uncover the truth about the Attica uprising---and his ongoing quest for justice and human rights in Central America.


The Struggle for Peace in the Mideast

Mon, 04/19/2010 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Israeli-American peace advocate Ami Nahshon talks about his ongoing work reconciling people on both sides of the Arab/Israeli divide.

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