Last month, City Limits marked its 47th anniversary and inducted four exemplary New Yorkers into the City Limits’ Gala Hall of Fame. See highlights from the celebration.
City Limits on Thursday hosted a panel conversation about the plans being pitched to drum up funding for the city’s public housing system. What is RAD/PACT and the new Preservation Trust, how do they differ from traditional Section 9, and what does each option mean for tenants?
Join City Limits’ reporters and a group of panelists at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9 for a virtual talk about the future of NYCHA, as the housing authority kicks off the first vote for tenants to choose which funding model they want for their development.
City Limits celebrated its 47th anniversary on Oct. 26 by inducting four remarkable New Yorkers into the City Limits’ Gala Hall of Fame: United Way of New York City President & CEO Grace Bonilla, Mission Magnified Principal Neill Coleman, Community Service Society President & CEO David R. Jones and WNYC radio host Brian Lehrer.
City Limits turns 47 this year. Come celebrate with us and help support hard-hitting, impactful local journalism.
On May 18, 2022, City Limits hosted an intimate conversation about art and the power of place, featuring architect Rodney Leon and New Museum Curatorial Assistant Madeline Weisburg, moderated by City Limits Executive Director Marjorie Martay.
This Oct. 26 marks City Limits’ 46th anniversary of informing and empowering New Yorkers with local investigative journalism.
City Limits turns 46 this year. Come celebrate with us and help support hard-hitting, impactful local journalism.
‘What Keeps Me Motivated Is Taking Action’—Panel Explores Pressures and Expectations Placed on Youth Climate Activists
As temperatures and sea levels rise, the world turns to young people to solve the greatest challenge in human history—a burden felt by youth activists from New York City to New Delhi, said panelists and audience members at the Waterfront Alliance Annual Conference in Lower Manhattan Tuesday.
Join City Limits at the 2022 Waterfront Conference, a day-long event of speeches and panels by experts in resiliency, housing, and policy to address approaches to the climate crisis that range from federal policy to hyperlocal solutions.