2017: Year of the NYS Con-Con

This upcoming election day, New York State voters will be presented the option of convening a constitutional convention (affectionately, a “con-con”) with the end-goal of amending parts of the state’s constitution. Rooted in a 19th Century addition to the state’s highest law—whose implementation in 1777 predates the ratification of the United States Constitution by 12 […]

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Hidden NYC – Bored? Check Out This List of Weekend Activities

Why sit around watching re-runs at home when the world is your adventure? Put down the snack bowl, get out of your NYC apartment and go exploring!   1. Flushing Town Hall (137-35 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NY 11354) Flushing Town Hall may not be as massive or as renowned as Carnegie Hall, but do not let that stop you from checking out this […]

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