Jared Needle & Eliad Cohen Present:
11PM – 5AM
Hector Romero (Black Party – NYC)
Erez Ben Ishay (PAPA – Tel Aviv)
609 W 29 ST NYC
After conquering Tel Aviv & Madrid Prides, the PAPA PARTY arrives in NYC for the start of the PAPA PARTY WORLD TOUR.
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Sunday 9th 21:30 Scotiabank 3
Tuesday 11th 16:00 Jackman Hall (AGO)
Sunday 16th 21:30 Scotiabank 4
Tuesday 11th 18:45 Scotiabank 3
Wednesday 12th 12:00 Bell Lightbox Cinema 2
Sunday 16th 12:30 Cineplex Yonge & Dundas 3
Saturday 8th 12:45 Bell Lightbox Cinema 3
Saturday 15th 12:00 Cineplex Yonge & Dundas 9
Friday 7th 18:30 Cineplex Yonge & Dundas 10
Saturday 8th 9:00 Cineplex Yonge & Dundas 6
Friday 14th 16:30 Scotiabank 11
Friday 7th 15:00 The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
Sunday 9th 13:00 Bell Lightbox Cinema 2
Sunday 9th 18:00 Bell Lightbox Cinema 1
Tuesday 11th 21:30 Scotiabank 2
Sunday 16th 15:45 Bell Lightbox Cinema 2
Tuesday 11th 18:00 Visa Screening Room (Elgin)
Thursday 13th 11:00 Visa Screening Room (Elgin)
Saturday 15th 19:30 Cineplex Yonge & Dundas 6
The Council for a Beautiful Israel broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art environmental studies center last week, Ynet has learned.
According to the CBI’s press release, construction of the Robert Price Center for Environmental Studies was made possible thanks to an $8 million contribution (some NIS 30 million) by Price, who served as the deputy mayor of New York City, under John Lindsay, in the late 1960s.
The breaking ground ceremony was held on August 28, with Price, Environmental Protection Minister Gilad Erdan, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and Council for Beautiful Israel Director Eshel Segal, as well as hundreds of other dignitaries present.
The facility, located in the National Quarter of the Hebrew University’s Givat Ram campus, will stretch some 21,500-square-feet across two floors, and will include classrooms, conference rooms, an auditorium, a visitors’ center and a rooftop observation deck.
The CBI aspires to see the center become an academic home for environmental research, especially in the fields of environmental conservation and green building.
The new building was design according to green building standards.