Bayside Director Set For Film Premiere

BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer A Bayside director is ready for his full-length premiere. Rick McDonald, with the help of his family, has put together a low-budget horror film that hopes to give audiences an original scare and maybe even find its way into a few festivals. Titled “Lucifer’s Angels,” this film focuses on three […]

Councilman Protests NYCHA Policy

BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer A City Councilman has expressed his frustration with a New York City Housing Authority policy called right sizing. Right sizing is the process of making sure that NYCHA residents are living in an apartment that is not under-utilized or over-utilized. These rooms can be declared as such if there are […]

Finkelpearl Named Cultural Affairs Commish

BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer Mayor Bill de Blasio has added Tom Finkelpearl’s name to the list of open commissioner positions he is filling. On April 7, the Mayor announced the appointment of Finkelpearl as the City’s new Commissioner of the Dept. of Cultural Affairs. Finkelpearl is the executive director of the Queens Museum, the […]

State Kills InBloom Student Data Storage

BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer The State’s controversial plan to upload student data to an online cloud storage system has hit a dead end. The State Education Dept. confirmed last week that it killed its plan to store student data in a digital cloud created by InBloom, a nonprofit funded by the Gates Foundation. The […]