Sources for an Oracle

May 19, 2018 Oracle Sources

Cumulative Impacts of Anable Basin Rezoning Must Be Studied Positions + Testimony Planning: MAS Comments on the Draft Scope of Work for Anable Basin’s Environmental Impact Statement January 19, 2018

Maloney Discusses The Anable Basin Rezoning
Queens Gazette

Long Island City Leaders, Residents, Wary of Plaxall’s
Anable Basin Rezoning in Light of Area Development Boom

Nathaly Pesantez, LIC Post

$3 Billion Mega-Project Proposed for Long Island City
Kristina Kennedy-Aguero, blog

Labor vs Lobbyists: A Look at the ‘Campaign to Stop REBNY Bullies’: Legendary union organizer Ray Rogers is taking his latest fight to the Real Estate Board of New York
Rey Mashayekhi, Commercial Observer

All 820 units in a 41-story tower on the Long Island City waterfront, the neighborhood’s biggest, have been leased
Matt Chaban, New York Daily News

REBNY Annual Cocktail Party 2018 Sponsorship Kit

Long Island City Grows Ever Skyward
C.J. Hughes, New York Times

Factory House Sales Gallery

What Every Artist Needs to Know about Fighting Gentrification
Kate Abbey-Lambertz, Huffington Post

Toward Being a Better Gentrifier
Brentin Mock, City Lab

Thinking in Residence for Art in Odd Places: SENSE

Almost every year, along 14th street, Art in Odd Places offers a remarkable conglomeration of interactions, performances and other occurrences during an October weekend, often with a one-word theme.
In 2017, I was invited to participate and post my reflections as a Thinker-in-Residence</a>] for Art in Odd Places. The year’s theme was SENSE.
For AiOP 2017 SENSE, I spent time with two AiOP projects: Collective Bargain, a small group vocally advocating and protesting for various rights, including those contributed by passers-by, and with Beatrice Glow, artist and multisensory storyteller, who led me on a walk on 14th street and beyond - on the condition that I keep my eyes closed.

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