2011 Media Ethics Video Winner


Media Ethics Cine

The winner of the media ethics short video contest in 2011 is Lupica Alexandru from Romania. Congratulations and thanks for the great work!


Media Ethics Cine announcement

Do you care about how journalists operate? And do you have what it takes to make a ‘viralicious’ media ethics video? CIME is looking for enthusiastic contestants to create CIME's first media ethics short video to stream across our network and the wider media world. If the answer is yes, then keep on reading.

So if you think you can;

US Senate Blocks House Spending Bill


The US government in-action. The Senate voted to reject the House of Representatives stopgap spending bill, after the House’s Republican leaders forced it through on their second try.

The Senate vote was 59 to 36 to table the House bill, effectively killing it. Some conservative Republicans joined in rejecting the measure.

Victims of Domestic Violence Memorial Walk


New York Latinas Against Domestic Violence, the family of Gladys Ricart and the families of many other victims, the 2011 Brides’ March Organizing Committee, and countless domestic violence survivors and advocates at the 11th Annual Gladys Ricart and Victims of Domestic Violence Memorial Walk, on Monday, September 26, 2011.



Focal Point Gallery
321 City Island Ave.
Bronx NY 10464
(718) 885-1403

October 7th - October 31st
Strum und Drang
Emotionally provocative art work depicting,
"Storm and Stress"' Drama, and Emotion
Featuring Images by
Laury Hopkins, Ralph Giordano and Ron Terner
Opening reception Friday, October 7th, 7pm - 10pm

Jacqueline Kyle Kall and Russell Schaller Dating...


These two best friends were reminiscing and totally dating themselves over the many decades they have been pals, neighbors and classmates. They sat down to have a drink, or two and speak with City Island Images about the more than seventy years they have been "bosom buddies".

Headlines 9/23/11


RECESSION INCREASES. Economy Getting Worse.

NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND. Maybe, Perhaps, Few?

FASTER THAN LIGHT. Roll Over Albert Einstein.

SPENDING BILL STALLS. Government Shutdown?

FALLING FROM THE SKY. Bus Sized Satellite.

RAINS ON THE WAY. Expect More Flooding.

Days Getting Shorter


Last September, we did not have have these cooler temperatures, frequent rain, and overcast skies, which have given this month a ‘fall-like’ feel. While meteorological fall already began three weeks ago, the autumnal equinox occurs Friday at 5:04 a.m. (EDT), signaling the official start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere.



This is your portal for the performing, visual and literary arts being produced in New Rochelle by our vibrant creative community.

NRCA has been in existence for over thirty years and was created by a resolution adopted by the New Rochelle City Council on April 8, 1975. Our mission is to stimulate and encourage the study and presentation of the performing and fine arts and the public’s interest and participation therein. This is exemplified by our sponsorship of a vast number of exhibitions, theatrical productions, dance recitals, film screenings, lectures, and concert series.

Art Exhibition. Opening reception Friday, October 7th, 7pm-10pm.


October 7th - October 31st Sturm und Drang (Emotionally provocative art work depicting "Storm and Stress," Drama, and Emotion) Featuring Images by Laury Hopkins, Ralph Giordano and Ron Terner. Opening reception Friday, October 7th, 7pm-10pm



The City Island Theater Group is looking to fill two roles for their upcoming production of THE CRUCIBLE.

Reverend Samuel Parris (late 30’s - 50’s) – The minister of Salem’s church. He is Paranoid and power hungry. Many people in the town don’t like him and his style of preaching. He is the father of Betty Parris.

Giles Corey (mid 60’s – 70’s) An elderly but feisty farmer in Salem. He is a comic figure in the play. Things turn tragic when his wife is accused of being a witch. He is a moral man who does not back down or give in.

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