Save The Date! Join us for the Lisa Beth Gerstman Annual Golf Classic October 1oth. A day of golf and support for two great organizations dedicated to raising vital funds to help children live fulfilling and rewarding lives.
Two anonymous donors support 59-year-old nonprofit by encouraging others to donate; will match all donations dollar for dollar.
New York Assemblyman David Weprin, Bill Drake of the Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association and David Schwartz of Citizens for Safe Endoscopy gather at the medical office where comedian Joan Rivers died as a result of an unsafe procedure.
The green-carts law underscores the fact that under its broad statutory authority—and in particular to advance public health—the city can restrict vendor locations for the overall public good. There is, however, an even more compelling rationale.
David Schwartz on billions wasted on unsafe, unnecessary medical procedures writes for New York Daily News
Brad Gerstman, offers $1,000 for information to catch the persons who defaced the Lawrence Rail Road station with swastikas.
Through tremendous effort and outreach, the New York City Council comes thru with much-needed funds....
Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens (BGCMQ) will host a rally June 10 at 6pm at the Club’s headquarters
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Op-Ed: Brad Gerstman: "If Wyandanch is truly to rise, there needs to be a dramatic turnaround in the help being offered to local schools"
Brad Gerstman, founder of the Anti-Semitism Action Fund, has offered $1,000 to Crimestoppers for anyone who helps catch the Anti-Semitic vandals who defaced the Cedarhurst train station with swastikas.
As New Rochelle pushes forward with the redevelopment of a large swath of land around its train station, city officials are promising that taxpayers won’t have to foot the bill.