New York City loft-dweller fined $185K for tourist rentals

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK/May 12, 2018 (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — A New York City artist is facing eviction and a $185,000 fine after renting out her rent-regulated loft to tourists on Airbnb. Continue reading New York City loft-dweller fined $185K for tourist rentals at STL.News.

BEIJING | State media say Chinese court sentences founder of firm that owns Waldorf Hotel in New York City to 18 years in prison

NonProfit University Blog

BEIJING (AP) — State media say Chinese court sentences founder of firm that owns Waldorf Hotel in New York City to 18 years in prison. Business Beijing Chinese court sentences TodayNews Waldorf Hotel in New York City

Beekeeping, With Associations’ Help, Takes New York City By Swarm

Associations Now

Among the many things buzzing through New York City—yellow cabs, fast walkers, cyclists—are lots of bees and multiple beekeeping associations. “Tending beehives on top of New York City and other urban areas is nothing new.

Should New York City Cap The Number of Uber Drivers?

Associations Now

After New York City’s mayor and city council dropped legislation that would have put a cap on the number of Uber cars allowed in the city, a number of associations responded with mixed reviews. The post Should New York City Cap The Number of Uber Drivers?

Mixed Support for New York City’s New Sodium Warning

Associations Now

When New York City became the first place in the country to require chain restaurants to post a warning next to high-sodium items, a number of associations came out both for and against the new rule. On December 1, New York City became the first city in the U.S.

NEW YORK | AP sources: Trump Jr cancels appearance at Bush fundraiser

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump Jr. Bush in New York City next week. Continue reading NEW YORK | AP sources: Trump Jr cancels appearance at Bush fundraiser at STL.News. New York New York City next weekm President Donald Trump TodayNewshas canceled plans to raise money for the eldest son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Trump Jr. decided to withdraw from a fundraiser for Texas land commissioner George P.

NEW YORK | NY City Opera commissions Iain Bell work on Stonewall Riots

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York City Opera has commissioned “Stonewall” by British composer Iain Bell to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in 1969.

NEW YORK | Reggie Lucas, who worked with Miles Davis and Madonna, dies

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Reggie Lucas, the Grammy-winning musician who played with Miles Davis in the 1970s and produced the bulk of Madonna’s debut album, has died. Continue reading NEW YORK | Reggie Lucas, who worked with Miles Davis and Madonna, dies at STL.News.

NEW YORK | In NYC, a Republican ex-con fights to return to Congress

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Grimm doesn’t want to talk about his time in prison. The former Republican congressman from New York City’s Staten Island is fighting his party, his president and the stigma of a felony conviction in a no-holds-barred primary June 26.

Sex-abusing neurologist’s patients: No justice in Philly

NonProfit University Blog

A slew of patients who accuse Dr. Ricardo Cruciani of sexual misconduct in Philadelphia have yet to see authorities pursue a felony case against him, even after police in New York City and New Jersey investigated their claims and swiftly filed charges that could put him away for decades.

ATLANTA | NFL awards the 2019 draft to Nashville, home of the Titans

NonProfit University Blog

The draft was held in New York City from 1965-2014, but the league has been moving it to different cities in recent years. Sports Atlanta New York City Philadelphia hosted Stadium in Arlington Tennessee Titans TodayNews

NEW YORK | A farewell to the road for Paul Simon

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Farewell tours don’t always mean farewell, but are a ripe time for appreciation and appraisal. Paul Simon’s concerts and a new biography offer the opportunity for both. Continue reading NEW YORK | A farewell to the road for Paul Simon at STL.News.

SHANGHAI | China sentences founder of Anbang to 18 years in prison

NonProfit University Blog

SHANGHAI (AP) — Chinese state media say a court in Shanghai has sentenced the founder of the Chinese insurance company that owns New York City’s Waldorf Hotel to 18 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to fraudulently raising billions of dollars from investors.

PORTLAND, Maine | For Robert Indiana, ‘LOVE’ was a complicated relationship

NonProfit University Blog

Entertainment Art in New York exhibition to produce LOVE sculpture New York City Pop artist Robert Indiana precariousness TodayNews

Ethics… Not Again

NonProfit University Blog

That question came back to mind in reading about an interesting struggle in New York City’s City Council. He spent $140,000 renovating his office; $27,000 on a private smoking deck off of his office; $110,000 on two, new “executive” conference rooms; and he painted his private bathroom and shower. In December 2014, the Board of Trustees , which is appointed by New York City’s Mayor and the Queens Borough President , finally got around to firing the CEO.

Humanizing Business and Helping CFOs with Change

Jamie Notter

The first is a session that I’ll be doing at BlogWorld Expo in New York City , along with my coauthor Maddie Grant and Amy Ward, who is the Membership Director at the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). Consulting. Speaking. About. Contact. Generations. Humanize. Books: Jamie Notter. Leadership insight.right when you need it. Humanizing Business and Helping CFOs with Change. Posted June 1, 2012. in Announcements , Change , Humanize. Tweet.

The Failure of Flyover Leadership

Wired4Leadership

New Yorkers were not amused. Ethics Governance Leadership Politics Staff Leadership Air Force One Defense Secretary Gates Deputy Chief of Staff Messina DoD FAA flyover leadership Jim Messina leadership lessons Louis Caldera Mayor Bloomberg New York City PAG President Obama September 11th US Air Force White House White House Military Office WMHOThe day after the head of the White House Military Office stepped down President Obama could joke about the fiasco.

Executive Connections: Train, Learn, Survive.

Executive Connections

I attended the Software Information Industry Association (SIIA) Information Industry Summit (IIS) in New York City last week, and I was encouraged by the positive attitudes expressed by leaders in the content industry. In the midst of the current economic turmoil, she sees an opportunity to train 21 st Century employees in new skills—skills that we may not have even heard about yet. Executive Connections. « Launching a Special Year With a Great Summit | Main.

1-On-1 with Joe Bednar: Delivering Value to an Alumni Club

Wild Apricot Blog

Here are highlights of an interview with Joe Bednar, president of the Whitman Syracuse University Alumni Club in New York City, who offers insight into how to provide value and help an alumni organization flourish. membership member-advisory-group

NEW YORK | The Weeknd, Jason Mraz, Fantasia set for Songwriters Hall

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK — The Weeknd, Jason Mraz, Fantasia and Tony winner Brandon Victor Dixon will appear at the 2018 Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony this month. Continue reading NEW YORK | The Weeknd, Jason Mraz, Fantasia set for Songwriters Hall at STL.News.

NEW YORK | Tom Wolfe, pioneering ‘New Journalist,’ dead at 88

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Author Tom Wolfe, who chronicled everything from hippies to the space race before turning his sharp eye to fiction, has died. Wolfe’s agent Lynn Nesbit told The Associated Press that Wolfe died in a New York City hospital.

NEW YORK  | Town & Country apologizes to Monica Lewinsky over invite

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK — A magazine has apologized to Monica Lewinsky after she said she was disinvited to an event because former President Bill Clinton was attending. ” The magazine held its annual Philanthropy Summit in New York City on Wednesday.

NEW YORK  | Neil shines like a Diamond at Songwriters Hall of Fame gala

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK —Neil Diamond may have retired from touring due to Parkinson’s disease, but the singer didn’t let that stop him from giving a cheery and memorable performance at the 2018 Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony.

Monteverde & Associates PC Announces An Investigation Of Abaxis Cash Buyout By Zoetis Inc

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK  | A New York Republican ex-con fights to return to Congress

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK — Michael Grimm doesn’t want to talk about his time in prison. The former Republican congressman from New York City’s Staten Island is fighting his party, his president and the stigma of a felony conviction in a no-holds-barred primary June 26.

Four Community Newsletters You Need to Subscribe To

Higher Logic

Even if you don’t go to the monthly Community Manager Breakfast meetups (in San Francisco and New York City), sign up for this weekly newsletter. Where do you turn to for information?

NEW YORK | Shot fired but rapper Chief Keef not hit at New York hotel

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities say a shot was fired at a New York City hotel near Chief Keef, but the Chicago rapper wasn’t hit. New York police say the shot was fired outside the W Hotel in midtown Manhattan around 4:40 a.m.

NEW YORK | The Latest: Weinstein takes books on theater, film to arrest

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the sexual misconduct probe of film producer Harvey Weinstein (all times local): 11:40 a.m. The film mogul carried three books under his arm as he surrendered at a New York City police station Friday.

NEW YORK  | Philip Roth, fearless and celebrated author, dies at 85

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK —Philip Roth, the prize-winning novelist and fearless narrator of sex, death, assimilation and fate, from the comic madness of “Portnoy’s Complaint” to the elegiac lyricism of “American Pastoral,” died Tuesday night at age 85.

NEW YORK  | Bloomberg warns of ‘epidemic of dishonesty’

NonProfit University Blog

NEW YORK — Americans are facing an “epidemic of dishonesty” in Washington that’s more dangerous than terrorism or communism. Continue reading NEW YORK | Bloomberg warns of ‘epidemic of dishonesty’ at STL.News.

SHANGHAI | Chinese court sentences Anbang founder to 18 years for fraud

NonProfit University Blog

SHANGHAI — A court in Shanghai sentenced the founder of the Chinese insurance company that owns New York City’s Waldorf Hotel to 18 years in prison on Thursday after he pleaded guilty to fraudulently raising billions of dollars from investors, state media reported.

NYC-Based Freelancers Union Scores Major Legislative Victory

Associations Now

In a move likely to have ripple effects nationwide, a new law in New York City will stiffen the penalties for nonpayment of freelance contracts. And a group that fought for New York City to change its rules is celebrating a big win as a result.

New Writers Room Fellowship to Diversify TV Industry

Associations Now

The Writers Guild of America, East, and two New York City agencies opened a new writers room fellowship to better include women and minority groups in the television industry. The post New Writers Room Fellowship to Diversify TV Industry appeared first on Associations No

Association Boosts Legal Fight Over NYC Taxi Medallions

Associations Now

New York City taxi medallions have severely declined in value as a result of the rise in app-based ride-hailing alternatives. million each but now have a value of as little as $150,000, according to The New York Times.

With Eye Toward Diversity, NYC Gives Grants to Nonprofit Theaters

Associations Now

New York City is allocating $2 million in grants to nonprofit theaters throughout the city, with the goal of allowing theaters to target diverse staffs and audiences. “New York is a theater town,” de Blasio stated, according to Deadline.

New York Law May Signal Challenges Coming for Airbnb

Associations Now

An agreement with New York City this month removes some liability concerns for Airbnb in its largest market. The move was the result of a liability shift related to a New York state law that fines parties who rent apartments for less than 3o days—Airbnb’s bread and butter.

Membership Hack: Host an ‘Amazing Race’

Associations Now

The American Probation and Parole Association is adding some friendly competition to its annual conference to get members moving in their host city. We have three sites in New York helping to put this challenge together, and each stop will be a chance for our members to learn.”.

Our Favorite 2016 Summer Community Resources

Higher Logic

Although it’s based out of New York City and focuses on that area, it’s useful no matter where you live. And, at the bottom of each issue, they always have New York City-based community or customer support job listings accompanied by a fun GIF.

Boozing, Bribing and Brawling on Election Day

Reid All About it

During the 1860 presidential election, Democratic supporters of Stephen Douglas held a “Grand Political Carnival and Ox Roast” in New York City. The New York Times called it “one of the most magnificent affairs of the kind ever held in this neighborhood.”.

After Settlement with Trade Groups, NYC Halts Menu Labeling Rules

Associations Now

New York City, which originated many of the menu labeling standards that the Food and Drug Administration is trying to implement, won’t jump ahead of the FDA’s own planned deadlines after a coalition of trade groups sued the city.