Press Coverage

  • 2013-07-02 – Wheel Nice Generosity – Daily News

    Wheel Nice Generosity Daily News July 2, 2013 By Simone Weichselbaum read more

  • 2013-06-06 – Nude Bikers Who Dare to Be Bare – New York Daily News

    Nude Bikers Who Dare to Be Bare Will Hit the Streets on Saturday New York Daily News June 6, 2013 By Mark Morales http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/naked-bike-ride-saturday-article-1.1… Lady Godiva is trading in her horse for wheels. Hordes of nude bikers will strip down and cycle all over Brooklyn and Manhattan as part of the World Naked Bike Ride […] read more

  • 2013-05-15 – Children’s Magical Garden Feud With Developed is Rekindled – The Lo-Down

    Children’s Magical Garden Feud With Developed is Rekindled The Lo-Down May 15, 2013 By Traven Rice http://www.thelodownny.com/leslog/2013/05/childrens-magical-garden-feud-… We are on the scene at the Children’s Magical Garden at Stanton and Norfolk where a long standing dispute has been rekindled between the community and developer Serge Hoyda. Hoyda has planned to develop a portion of this […] read more

  • 2013-05-15- Despite Volunteer Efforts, Beach Still Won’t Open – Gothamist

    Despite Volunteer Clean Up Efforts, Fort Tilden Beach Still Won’t Open This Summer Gothamist May 15, 2013 By Lauren Evans http://gothamist.com/2013/05/15/fort_tilden_beach_hurricane_sandy.php Look, no one is happy about Fort Tilden closing after that violent strumpet Sandy came in and flung rebar all over the shore, upsetting thousands of sunbathers who can’t afford a private seaplane to […] read more

  • 2013-05-04 – Downtown Sustainability Hub – Ideas City

    Downtown Sustainability Hub Ideas City May 4, 2013 http://www.newmuseum.org/ideascity/view/downtown-sustainability-hub There are two untapped resources that could be more efficiently used in creating a sustainable NYC: vacant buildings and grassroots networks. According to Scott Stringer’s report on vacant buildings, there are more than two thousand vacant units in Manhattan alone. Every one of these could be […] read more

  • 2013-04-22 – Times Up! takes over Williamsburg lot as first garden – City Atlas

    Times Up! takes over Williamsburg lot as first garden City Atlas April 22, 2013 By Shannon Ayala http://newyork.thecityatlas.org/lifestyle/timesupgarden/ Times Up! took over a vacant lot on South 5th Street in Williams­burg, just across the street from its South 6th Street head­quar­ters and in plain view of the Williams­burg Bridge. “We just walked in,” said Ben­jamin […] read more

  • 2013-04-18 – Time’s Up! Movie Night – Time Out

    Time’s Up! Movie Night Time Out April 18, 2013 http://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/times-up-movie-night The cycling advocates at Time’s Up! host a monthly movie night, showcasing short and feature films about bikes and environmental advocacy. There’s also beer and free popcorn; donations are appreciated. read more

  • 2013-04-18 – Vacant Williamsburg Lot Will Become Garden or Apartments – Gothamist

    Vacant Williamsburg Lot Will Become Community Garden, Or Maybe Apartments Gothamist April 18, 2013 By Lauren Evans http://gothamist.com/2013/04/18/williamsburg_lot_turned_into_garden.php On Sunday, volunteers with environmental advocacy group Time’s Up broke into a fenced-off vacant lot at 99 South 5th Street in Williamsburg, with the goal of eventually turning the abandoned scrap of dirt into a beautiful community […] read more

  • 2013-04-09 – City Settles ‘Occupy’ Lawsuit for $350 K – New York Post

    City Settles ‘Occupy’ Lawsuit for $350 K  New York Post April 9, 2013 By David Seifman http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/city_settles_occupy_lawsuit_for_UwR3B… The city has agreed to pay more than $350,000 to settle three lawsuits brought by protestors at Occupy Wall Street who claimed thousands of books, electronic equipment and bikes seized by the city were either damaged or never […] read more

  • 2013-04-09 – NYC Agrees to Pay Protestors – Huffington Post

    Occupy Wall Street Lawsuits: NYC Agrees To Pay Protestors For Destroying Library, Property Huffington Post April 9, 2013 By Jonathan Allen http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/09/occupy-wall-street-lawsuits-nyc… NEW YORK, April 9 (Reuters) – New York City has agreed to pay Occupy Wall Street protesters more than $100,000 for property damaged or lost when police cleared out their encampment in a […] read more

  • 2013-03-26 – Mean Streets For City Cyclists – Metro NY

    Mean Streets For City Cyclists Metro NY March 26, 2013 By Alison Bowen read more

  • 2013-03-21 – Cyclists Draw a Line – The Villager

    Cyclists Draw a Line; Demand Accountability in Car Accidents The Villager March 21, 2013 By Jefferson Siegel http://thevillager.com/2013/03/21/cyclists-draw-a-line-demand-accountabi… All too often, the news is filled with stories of pedestrians and bicyclists killed in accidents with cars. The stories usually conclude with the drivers not being charged followed by the police statement: “No criminality suspected.” In […] read more

  • 2013-03-16 – Sidewalk memorials remind public of pedestrians hit and killed – PIX11

    Sidewalk memorials remind public of pedestrains hit and killed PIX11 March 16, 2013 By Magee Hickey http://pix11.com/2013/03/16/sidewalk-memorials-remind-public-of-pedestri… You may be walking down the street and see what looks like a chalk drawing, the outline of a body, you may wonder what’s the story. Here’s the answer. An anonymous group of cyclists stenciled these body outlines […] read more

  • 2012-12-27 – 5 FREE New Year’s Eve Alternative Events – Waterside Plaza

    5 FREE New Year’s Eve Alternative Events Waterside Plaza December 27th, 2012 By Di http://www.watersideplaza.com/roller/blog/entry/5_free_new_year_s If you’re not a competitive runner but still want an active start to 2013, you can bring your bike or skates to Washington Square Park for Time’s Up New Year’s Eve Ride (or roll) up to resplendent Belvedere Castle in […] read more

  • 2012-12-08 – East Village Shrine to Riots and Radicals – NY Times

    East Village Shrine to Riots and Radicals The New York Times December 8th, 2012 By John Leland http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/09/nyregion/the-museum-of-reclaimed-urban-space-enshrines-the-east-village-struggle.html?_r=1& FOUR days before the opening of the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space on Avenue C, near 10th Street, Bill DiPaola told the volunteer staff about the suggestion box. Though the group was supposed to make all decisions […] read more

  • 2012-12-07 – 25 Free Things to Do in NYC This Holiday Season

    25 Free Things to Do in NYC This Holiday Season Complex City Guide December 7, 2012 By Joe Fleming http://www.complex.com/city-guide/2012/11/25-free-things-to-do-in-nyc-th… Bike in Time’s Up Annual New Year’s Eve Ride Date: Monday, December 31 Time: 10:30 p.m. Location: Washington Square Park Perfect For: Getting a head start on your resolution to exercise more Website: times-up.org Organized […] read more

  • 2012-11-29 – How to help a month after Sandy – Metro

    How to help a month after Sandy Metro NY November 29th, 2012 By Alison Bowen and Meredith Engel http://www.metro.us/newyork/local/article/1157179–how-to-help-a-month-after-sandy Whether it is by biking through boroughs or slinging drinks at a bar, New Yorkers are still helping city residents a month later. Environmental group Time’s UP! has been leading bike caravans to the Rockaways for […] read more

  • 2012-11-25 – Disaster Donations Surge, But What About Tomorrow? – NPR

    Disaster Donations Surge, But What About Tomorrow? NPR November 25, 2012 By NPR Staff http://www.npr.org/2012/11/25/165871080/disaster-donations-surge-but-wha… More than $174 million in donations has been raised for those affected in New York and New Jersey by Superstorm Sandy, which devastated parts of the Atlantic coast in late October. “The more affluent and well-insured people will figure a […] read more

  • 2012-11-09 – Notes from the disaster zone; A survivor sounds off – The Villager

    Notes from the disaster zone; A survivor sounds off The Villager November 9th, 2012 By Bill Weinberg http://www.thevillager.com/?p=8442 Well, I’m back on my computer after four days of the electricity being out in Lower Manhattan, and finding my rage level is even higher than usual. Where to even begin? For starters, with the most obvious […] read more

  • 2012-11-02 – Occupy relief activists emerge as reluctant heroes in Sandy aftermath – Allvoices

    Occupy relief activists emerge as reluctant heroes in Sandy aftermath: They boldly go where no FEMA personnel dare going Allvoices November 2, 2012 By Michelle Devlin http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/13314066-occupy-relief-activis… All those nights camping in Zucotti Park appear to have paid off – big time – for Occupy activists who are possibly not only the most well-prepared, but […] read more

  • 2012-11-02 – Hurricane Sandy Blackout: Where to Find Power – Time Out

    Hurricane Sandy Blackout: Where to Find Power, Wi-Fi and More Amenities  Time Out November 2, 2012 By Jonathan Shannon http://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/hurricane-sandy-blackout-whe… Large swaths of New York are still without power and may be for a while. If you have friends who are affected, check our list (it’s small, but growing) of NYC businesses and institutions that […] read more

  • 2012-10-31 – NYC volunteers drain basements with bicycles – Cyclelicious

    NYC volunteers drain basements with bicycles Cyclelicious October 31, 2012 By Richard Masoner http://www.cyclelicio.us/2012/nyc-drain-flooded-basement-bicycle/ Volunteers with Times Up use a pedal powered water pump and a bucket brigade to empty a flooded basement on Avenue C in the East Village, Manhattan. Enough power was also available from the bike powered alternator to charge mobile phones. read more

  • 2012-10-31 – Communities Gather Around Generators in New York – The Epoch Times

    Communities Gather Around Generators in New York: Bicycle-Generated Electricity Creates Spontaneous Communities The Epoch Times October 31, 2012 By Zachary Stieber http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/united-states/communities-gather-around-… Lower East Side communities, still working toward normalcy after Hurricane Sandy, gathered in pockets around generators on Wednesday. With power still out during the day from the southern tip to 27th Street of […] read more

  • 2012-10-25 – D.A. is M.I.A. on pledge to probe fatal accidents – The Villager

    D.A. is M.I.A. on pledge to probe fatal accidents The Villager October 25, 2012 By Keegan Stephan and Charles Komanoff http://thevillager.com/2012/10/25/d-a-is-m-i-a-on-pledge-to-probe-fatal-… Sixties relic or not, speaking truth to power remains critical to democracy. Nowadays, though, elected officials and corporate bosses hide behind gates, goons and guns. Dissenters are shunted into cordons sanitaires. The unfettered, unmediated […] read more

  • 2012-10-22 – Twenty five years reclaiming NYC – examiner.com

    Twenty five years reclaiming NYC: Times Up! Environmental Organization Examiner.com October 22, 2012 By Shannon Ayala http://www.examiner.com/article/twenty-five-years-reclaiming-nyc-times-u… There is a long row of bicycles, valet parked against the Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Inside, just passed the doors is a long table where volunteers check names off the RSVP list, give people a beer token […] read more

  • 2012-10-16 – Times Up Proposes Different Bike Path to Williamsburg Bridge – Bowery Boogie

    Times Up Proposes Different Bike Path to Williamsburg Bridge Bowery Boogie October 16, 2012 By Elie http://www.boweryboogie.com/2012/10/times-up-proposes-different-bike-pat… Delancey Street safety improvements are barely out the door, and some are already taking issue with the design. Specifically the Times Up environmental organization with regard to the bike lane along this heavily-trafficked corridor. Times Up recently plastered […] read more

  • 2012-10-01 – Dogs In The Bike Lane At Time’s Up’s 2012 Doggie Pedal Parade – Gothamist

    Dogs In The Bikes Lane At Time’s Up’s 2012 Doggie Pedal Parade Gothamist October 1st, 2012 By Jen Chung http://gothamist.com/2012/10/01/dogs_and_bikes_times_ups_2012_doggi.php#photo-1 Yes, bicycles for bipeds are the big issue, but dogs also love bikes! Time’s Up had its 5th Annual Doggie Pedal Parade, which showed off bikes made to transport pups as well as promoted adopting […] read more

  • 2012-10-01 – Time’s Up!: Group Bike Riding Geared Toward Greenpeace – joonbug

    Time’s Up!: Group Bike Riding Geared Toward Greenpeace joonbug October 1, 2012 By Blaine Ashley http://joonbug.com/newyork/charity/Times-Up/rFPRAvo0b6L TIME’S UP! is a grassroots environmental group that uses educational outreach and direct action to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city. For more than 20 years, TIME’S UP! has worked to educate people about the environmental impacts of […] read more

  • 2012-09-22 – East Fourth Street FAB! Festival promotes environmentalism – examiner.com

    East Fourth Street FAB! Festival promotes environmentalism Examiner.com September 22, 2012 By Shannon Ayala http://www.examiner.com/article/east-fourth-street-fab-festival-promotes… It wasn’t just the arts at the Fourth Arts Block (FAB!) Festival in the East Fourth Street Culture District (between 2nd Avenue and Bowery) on Saturday. Other than a diverse myriad of performances, art installations and culture initiatives, the street […] read more

  • 2012-09 – Life After Generators – Alternatives Journal

    Life After Generators Alternatives Journal September/October 2012 read more

  • 2012-08-30 – Here’s mud in your…river – The Villager

    Here’s mud in your…river The Villager August 30th, 2012 http://www.thevillager.com/?p=7125 The Masters of Succession (MoS) Collective has recently been teaching people in the East Village and Lower East Side how to make — and then, even more fun, throw! — beneficial mud balls to help clean up polluted waterways. The collective’s Dee Dee Maucher led […] read more

  • 2012-08-30 – Guerrilla garden action as Stanton lot is taken over – The Villager

    Guerilla garden action as Stanton lot is taken over The Villager August 30th, 2012 By Jefferson Siegel http://www.thevillager.com/?p=7030  A small parcel of land on Stanton St. that has stood vacant for more than 30 years has the potential to become a battleground between garden activists and developers. As gentrification continues apace on the Lower East […] read more

  • 2012-08-22 – Trespassing to Plant Flowers, and a Flag – NY Times

    Trespassing to Plant Flowers, and a Flag The Villager August 22nd, 2012 By Colin Moynihan http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/22/nyregion/gardeners-annex-lower-east-si… The gardeners entered the empty lot, pushing in the bottom of a metal gate on the Lower East Side, ducking under it and dragging their tools behind them. There were rakes, shovels, a pitchfork — and a “No Trespassing” […] read more

  • 2012-03-21 – Cyclists Toss Pies To Protest Police Brutality – Gothamist

    Cyclists Toss Pies To Protest Police Brutality, Banking Gothamist March 21, 2012 By John Del Signore http://gothamist.com/2012/03/21/video_cyclists_toss_pies_to_protest.php#photo-1 Last week Time’s Up! had their annual Ides (Pies) of March Ride, in which the environmental activist group uses clownish theatrics to protest issues such as police brutality and blocked bike lanes. This year the ride was renamed […] read more

  • 2012-03-05 – Bike Power Weekend – Natalie Pace

    Bike Power Weekend NataliePace.com March 5th, 2012 http://www.nataliepace.com/np.php?fxn=article&id=20120305 Co-Sponsored by Time’s Up, Occupy North Carolina, Trish Martin, Megan Battistella (Adair Design) and Other Conscious Creatives. April 20-22, 2012. On Earth Day 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oilrig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, resulting in the death of 11 men. Two days later, as the DWH […] read more

  • 2012-02-13 – Urban Cyclists Take Back the Night – Columbia News

    Urban Cyclists Take Back the Night Columbia News February 13, 2012 By Cory Bennett http://columbianewsservice.com/2012/02/urban-cyclists-take-back-the-night/. Richard Brause stopped his small group of cyclists. “OK, folks, we’re going to dip down real quick,” he said, his salt-and-pepper bearded face stuffed under a yellow helmet. “It’s going to be dark for a little. A bit scary, but […] read more

  • 2012-01-27 – Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior greeted with food by 4th Street Food Co-op and Time’s Up! – 4th Street Food Co-op

    Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior greeted with food by 4th Street Food Co-op and Time’s Up! The 4th Street Food Co-op January 27th, 2012 By Jill Woodward http://4thstreetfoodcoop.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/greenpeaces-rainbow-warrior-greeted-with-food-by-4th-street-food-co-op-and-times-up/ The 4th Street Food Co-op teamed up with Time’s Up! to deliver a special food order to the Rainbow Warrior, Greenpeace’s new ship that just docked at Chelsea piers. […] read more

  • 2011-11-22 – Journalist Successfully Stands to NYPD – Gothamist

    Video: Another Journalist Successfully Stands Up To The NYPD By: Garth Johnston http://gothamist.com/2011/11/22/video_another_journalist_successful.php Considering how pissed the collective media is over its treatment by the NYPD, it is comforting to know that Time’s Up! activist Barbara Ross wasn’t the only citizen journalist to successfully stand up to the police while being intimidated in the past […] read more

  • 2011-11-09 – OWS With 15 Bike-Powered Generators – Gothamist

    Occupy Wall Street Plans To Stay Forever With 15 New Bike-Powered Generators Demonstrating how pedal power works (James Thilman / Gothamist) http://gothamist.com/2011/11/09/occupy_wall_street_scores_15_new_bi.php#photo-1 Fifteen newly built bicycle-powered generators are helping to power the movement at Occupy Wall Street. After the FDNY and NYPD seized generators and biofuels citing a fire hazard, clever and resourceful occupiers, with […] read more

  • 2011-11-04 – OWS Composting – Treehugger

    Occupy Wall Street’s Now Composting, Distributing It To Community Gardens Mat McDermott Living / Lawn & Garden November 4, 2011 http://www.treehugger.com/lawn-garden/occupy-wall-street-composting-distributing-to-community-gardens.html Mat McDermott/CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 The new bike-powered generators down at the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Zucotti Park have been all the rage in the media (and with passersby) since they were built. They […] read more

  • 2011-11-01 – OWS Builds Bike-Powered Generators (video) – Care2 make a difference

    Occupy Wall Street Builds Bike-Powered Generators [Video] http://www.care2.com/causes/occupy-wall-street-installs-bike-powered-generators.html * by Beth Buczynski * November 1, 2011 * 3:14 pm Although the mainstream media has treated Occupy Wall Street like a carnival side show, images and firsthand reports of what’s really happening on Liberty Square have been flowing onto the internet for more than 45 days. […] read more

  • 2011-10-31 – Bike Powered Generators – Huffington Post

    Bike-Powered Generators: A New Source of Electricity for Occupy Wall Street Posted: 10/31/11 By: Amelia Marzec http://www.huffingtonpost.com/amelia-marzec/bikepowered-generators-a-_b_1066574.html New York: In the wake of the confiscation of gasoline generators by the NYPD, the people of Occupy Wall Street have turned to a new source of power. Within 48 hours of losing their electricity, members of the […] read more

  • 2011-10-30 – OWS Turns to Pedal Power – The Raw Story

    Occupy Wall Street turns to pedal power By Muriel Kane Sunday, October 30, 2011 18:56 EST http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/10/30/occupy-wall-street-turns-to-pedal-power/ The Occupy Wall Street protesters who were left without power after their gas-fueled generators were confiscated by New York City authorities on Friday may have found the idea solution in the form of a stationary bicycle hooked up […] read more

  • 2011-10-29 – Occupy Wall Street Will Soon Survive On Pedal Power – Gothamist

    Occupy Wall Street Will Soon Survive On Pedal Power Gothamist October 29, 2011 By Christopher Robbins http://gothamist.com/2011/10/29/video_occupy_wall_street_will_soon.php Yesterday, the FDNY and NYPD raided Zuccotti Park and confiscated Occupy Wall Street’s “generators and fuel from Zuccotti that posed a fire safety threat.” Even the biofuels, man! But cycling advocacy group Times Up! energy-mapped the whole park […] read more

  • 2011-10-13 – Bikers make a splash for public space – in fountains! – The Villager

    Bikers make a splash for public space – in fountains! The Villager October 13th, 2011 By Jefferson Siegel http://thevillager.com/villager_442/bikersmakeasplash.html On an unusually warm Monday for October, Time’s Up! held its annual Fountain Ride, intended to call attention to the more than 500 public spaces throughout the city — and also intended to have fun. This […] read more

  • 2011-09-26 – NYPD Targeting Photographers – Gothamist

    NYPD Reportedly Targeting Photographers At Occupation Of Wall Street By: Christopher Robbins http://gothamist.com/2011/09/26/nypd_reportedly_targeting_photograp.php Photographs and especially videos of the NYPD’s actions during the occupation of Wall Street have sparked outrage and media attention regarding the protests, which have now spanned ten days. Accordingly, witnesses, including our own photographer, tell us that the NYPD has been […] read more

  • 2011-09-26 – OWS Media Problems – NY Observer

    Occupy Wall Street’s Media Problems By Kat Stoeffel 9/26/11 8:59am http://www.observer.com/2011/09/occupy-wall-streets-media-problems/ Occupy Wall Street’s first media problem was that there was no media. On September 21, Keith Olbermann chastised New York newspapers and major news outlets for ignoring the demonstrations in their first five days. “[The protesters] are not going to be able to refine […] read more

  • 2011-09-19 – NYPD Uses Law From 1845 To Arrest Masked Protestors In Financial District – Gothamist

    NYPD Uses Law From 1845 To Arrest Masked Protestor In Financial District Gothamist September 19th, 2011 By Christopher Robbins http://gothamist.com/2011/09/19/nypd_uses_law_from_1845_to_arrest_m.php#photo-1 As the protests against corporate greed and the “occupation” of the Financial District continues for a third day, at least seven demonstrators have been arrested. According to Bloomberg News, two were arrested for trying to […] read more

  • 2011-09-15 – Working group working on safety solutions for dangerous Delancey – The Villager

    Working group working on safety solutions for dangerous Delancey The Villager September 15th, 2011 By Khiara Ortiz http://thevillager.com/villager_438/workinggroup.html A group of elected officials, city agencies, community leaders and advocates joined up in state Senator Daniel Squadron’s to form the Delancey St. Safety Working Group in response to a number of accidents that, according to them, […] read more

  • 2011-09-08 – Scoopy’s Notebook – The Villager

    Scoopy’s Notebook The Villager September 8th, 2011 http://thevillager.com/villager_437/scoopysnotebook.html Delancey / bridge bicycling: Following our article last week on the Department of Transportation’s plan for the Manhattan side on/off ramp for the Williamsburg Bridge bike path, D.O.T. released an image of what it has in mind. Bikers almost jumped off their seats when they saw the […] read more

  • 2011-08-25 – Latest Biker Death Puts Delancey St. Danger in Spotlight – The Villager

    Latest Biker Death Puts Delancey St. Danger in Spotlight The Villager August 25, 2011 By Jefferson Siegel http://thevillager.com/villager_435/latestbiker.html Last Thursday afternoon Jeffrey Axelrod, 52, of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, was bicycling south on Chrystie St. and turned right onto Delancey St. when he fell under the rear wheels of a cement truck and was killed. After […] read more

  • 2011-08-11 – Cops Follow Indian Point Protesters On Metro-North Field Trip – Gothamist

    Cops Follow Indian Point Protesters On Metro-North Field Trip Gothamist August 11th, 2011 John Del Signore http://gothamist.com/2011/08/11/nypd_sends_six_cops_on_metro-north.php#photo-1 If you were worried that the festive cyclist demonstration against Indian Point might cause a meltdown on Metro-North, rest assured that the NYPD was all over it. On Tuesday a group of about twenty bike-riding activists wearing colorful […] read more

  • 2011-07-29 – Aumentan los ciclistas en NY – El Diario NY

    Aumentan los ciclistas en NY El Diario NY July 29, 2011 By Annie Correal http://www.guiadenuevayork.com/aumenta-el-numero-de-ciclistas-en-nueva-york Según el Ayuntamiento de Nueva York y el Departamento de Transporte (DOT) el número de ciclistas que transitan diariamente por la ciudad ha aumentado un 14 por ciento en comparación con la primavera del año anterior, continuando la tendencia de […] read more

  • 2011-07-21 – Outdoor Group Activities – Time Out NY

    Outdoor Group Activities Time Out NY July 21, 2011 By Alexandra Finkel read more

  • 2011-06-09 – Best of the Fests – Time Out NY

    Best of the Fests Time Out NY June 9, 2011 By Sylvia Mendez read more

  • 2011-04-14 – Our Hero: Bill Di Paola – EcoCentric

    Our Hero: Bill Di Paola of Time’s Up! EcoCentric April 14, 2011 By Chris Hunthttp://www.ecocentricblog.org/2011/04/14/our-hero-bill-di-paola-of-times-up/ If you ride a bicycle in New York City, you’re probably familiar with Time’s Up!, an environmental organization that promotes NYC bicycling through education, outreach and creative direct-action campaigns. But you might not know the organization’s founder and director, Bill […] read more

  • 2011-03-23 – In Defense of Silly: ‘Pies’ of March – Huffington Post

    In Defense of the Silly: From Direct Action to the Pies of March The Huffington Post March 23, 2011 By Benjamin Shepardhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/benjamin-shepard/times-up-nyc-pies-of-march_b_839389.html I work with a group called Times Up! Toward the end of our recent Pies of March ride, we engaged in a pie fight at the house of one of our political opponents. […] read more

  • 2011-02-22 – Spotlight: Monica Hunken – Culture Project

    Spotlight: Monica Hunken The Wild Finish Women Center Stage February, 2011   The Wild Finish is the story of your journey through Poland in search of your grandfather. Who was he, and why did he inspire you to travel across his homeland? My grandfather, Leonidas Dudarew Ossetynksi, was a powerful man. He was a prince […] read more

  • 2011-01-13 – Letters to the Editor – East Villager

    Letters to the Editor East Villager January 13, 2011 read more

  • 2010-12-23 – C.M. Holiday Party – The Villager

    EXTRA! C.M. holiday partyThe Villager December 23,2010 http://www.thevillager.com/villager_400/fiesta.html Community Media held its holiday party last Thursday evening at the Hudson Square residence of Publisher John W. Sutter and his wife, artist Kathleen Kucka. Clockwise from above, Lincoln Anderson, associate editor of The Villager and East Villager, heard writer Laurie Mittelmann tell about her recent reporting […] read more