Meet Peter Kukielski, former curator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanic Garden, who suddenly had to give up spraying when the city banned pesticide use on public lands. So he researched disease-resistant roses, which led him to Germany and the roses being bred by the breeder Kordes. Interestingly, Germany had outlawed those same pesticides 20 […]
Back in January, I wrote this story for Stereogum about an unusually public clash between two music festivals. Both were happening in New York City, both would go down in summer 2016, both looked pretty much the same from a distance, and both, it seemed, could not survive. Not together. There could be one. But […]
Top public relations and communication marketing Steinreich Communications is seeking a full-time PR Manager for the company’s Fashion Division. Reporting directly to the Senior Account Director, this role interacts with our team and clients to support their respective objectives while ensuring top... Continue reading
Nearly 9 million New Yorkers now have health records in a growing database accessible to most of the state's hospitals, public health centers, long-term care facilities and nearly one-quarter of... To view the full story, click the title link.
It's the unofficial 93rd branch of the New York Public Library.
One casualty as Time Inc. restructures is the title of “publisher,” which has been eliminated at publications companywide. The New York Post reports that the move is part of the third round of restructuring in five days by Time Inc....
Company: Rachel RoyPosition: INTERN, Marketing & Public Relations This is a 40 hour a week, Monday – Friday, position with a pay rate of $12/hour.JOB SUMMARY Support and assist in marketing and public relations programs and initiatives for the Rachel Roy brand including: social media,... Continue reading
When New York City launched its public Wi-Fi kiosks, our ears perked at the sound of 300 megabits per second… for free! And while you may be using this speedy Wi-Fi to download an MTA subway map or look for cool new restaurants to check out, some men are here to remind you why we can’t have nice things. Show More Summary
Fall 2016 Fashion PR InternshipThe Fashion Intern position is a support role to RK PR’s publicity team. It allows the opportunity to see how the public relations world functions. Candidates must be able to earn school credit.ResponsibilitiesIntern will learn the process of executing a client... Continue reading
When Acura showed up at the New York Auto Show with the 2017 NSX GT3 in its booth, all of us here at TopSpeed went a little crazy. We’ve known that the plan was to homologate the car as an FIA GT3 racer this fall, and so far, it looks like everything is on schedule. Show More Summary
A number of states - including Massachusetts and New York - mandate public reporting of mortality outcomes following certain cardiac procedures. While such reporting was originally intended to increase transparency and improve quality...Show More Summary
Apartment construction in New York and San Francisco is taking its toll on landlords, with Equity Residential, the largest publicly traded U.S. multifamily owner, cutting its revenue forecast for the... To view the full story, click the title link.
New York Times: “In the days immediately after he took office, Mr. Obama ended the use of torture, lifted Mr. Bush’s ban on stem-cell research, relaxed enforcement of marijuana laws, blocked oil and gas leases on public lands, ordered the [...]
The New York Public Library just released a iPhone and Android app that lets anyone with a library card freely download any of the 300,000 eBooks in its collection.
The beloved New York nonprofit circus has announced that it is ending its public performances after failing to raise the $2 million it said it needed to stay viable.
Detroit show makes big news, but public attendance is light compared to LA and New York, plus Porsche doesn't sell many cars in Michigan. Continue reading Porsche skipping 2017 Detroit Auto Show Porsche skipping 2017 Detroit Auto Show originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 26 Jul 2016 17:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Amar'e Stoudemire announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday following a 14-year run that included six All-Star selections. The New York Knicks' public relations department posted Stoudemire's official announcement on Twitter after the 33-year-old decided to retire as a member of the team he called home from 2010-2015: More to follow. Show More Summary
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia has hired a rock guitar fan as its executive director. William Rhoads, 49, is presently publicity flak – vice president of marketing and communications – at New York’s Orchestra of St. Luke’s. Before that, he ran Bill Rhoads & Associates, publishing and representing Frank Zappa, John Zorn and Ornette Coleman, among others. He may […]
In the wake of the departure of network boss Roger Ailes, Fox News Channel provided a glimpse of its strategy going forward in a series of print ads today in The New York Times, New York Post and other publications,...
An interesting, and only slightly depressing, study to start the week, from New York Magazine. The publication sent a detailed survey to more than 100 print, digital and TV journalists, soliciting their opinion on the state of the news media. Show More Summary