City & State: Hospital CEO’s Looking to Circumvent Cuomo’s Non-Profit Pay Cap

Written by Laura Nahmias on . Posted in Posts

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to cap nonprofit executive compensation at $200,000 may hit some New York hospital CEOs directly in the pocketbook – unless they can show good reasons for taking home their six- and seven-figure salaries. The cap came out of recommendations from an executive compensation task force Cuomo formed last August, after the [&hellip
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City & State: Cuomo’s Agenda Faces Latino Pushback

Written by Adam Lisberg on . Posted in Posts

Some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s second-year agenda does not sit well with a crucial minority constituency. Members of the Hispanic Federation pushed back gently but firmly against it when Darryl Towns, the former Brooklyn assemblyman who now heads the Homes and Community Renewal agency, delivered a version of the governor’s State of the State address [&hellip
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City Arts: Dolly and Latifah Reclaim Glee

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Todd Graff’s Joyful Noise tells the story of a Pacashau, Ga., church choir entering a gospel music competition against better-financed groups. It’s an underdog fable that neatly parallels Graff’s own career since directing his 2003 debut film Camp, the underappreciated—yet secretly influential—pop music celebration set at a training school for young musical theater aspirants. This [&hellip
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