OP-ED: Watch Out, Glass Ceiling

BY ASSEMBLYWOMAN NILY ROZIC When it comes to the lottery, you have to play to win. The same can be said for getting more women elected – more women have to run. That is not happening as much as it should in this country. Our country’s rank for women’s political representation, 84th in the world, […]

John Liu Reflects On Time In Office

John Liu Reflects On Time In Office

BY NATALIA KOZIKOWSKA “Setting The Standard” For Comptroller From City Councilman to City Comptroller, John Liu, the first Asian American elected to a citywide office, has established himself as a political force in New York, and has made headlines for reasons good, bad and everywhere in between. Last week, Liu sat down with the Queens […]

Queens Leaders Reflect On John Liu

BY JOE MARVILLI From the City Council to the Comptroller’s Office, John Liu has had an impact on not just Flushing or Queens, but New York City as a whole. During his time in public office, Liu has influenced many of Queens’ community leaders and elected officials, some directly and some through his actions. As […]

‘Linsanity’ Returns To New York City

A documentary showcasing the craziness of “Linsanity” appeared on the big screen last week. The popularity of former New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin was shown in a biographical movie entitled “Linsanity: The Jeremy Lin Story.” Two years ago, Lin burst onto the scene, coming off the bench and becoming a prominent player on […]