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Today’s Headline: David Koch, Billionaire, Dies at 79

For those of you who do not know the name David Koch, he was a billionaire philanthropist whose list of contributions to society is long indeed. 644 more words

Opinion

David Koch, R.I.P.

The Left unsurprisingly  expressed joy  at the news of the libertarian billionaire’s death.   If you made a single comment a fraction as horrid as any of these, the Left would be after you with pitchforks.    168 more words

Champions for Change

United Way season is officially underway. Here at TASC, our employees were engaged in a “Let’s Rock for Change” campaign. They participated in lots of fun rock ‘n’ roll–themed activities to raise funds, including karaoke, Name that Tune trivia, a visit from Elvis, and a rock star casual day. 292 more words

CEO Blog

David Koch, Embraced as an Arts Patron, Even as Criticism Grew by Robin Pogrebin and Elizabeth A. Harris


By Robin Pogrebin and Elizabeth A. Harris

The cultural world Mr. Koch inhabited as benefactor and board member, did not typically engage in the political discourse that made him a figure of intense debate. 11 more words

Jonathan Offt

Troy Traffic Jam

The Suburban Collection was a proud sponsor of yet another successful Troy Traffic Jam, to benefit the Troy Historical Society. The 12th Annual event was held on August 4 at the Columbia Center. 214 more words

David T. Fischer

On Track to End Hunger

On Saturday, August 24th, Forgotten Harvest will be hosting their first ever On Track to End Hunger fundraiser at the M1 Concourse and The Suburban Collection is proud to serve as a Gold Sponsor for the event. 154 more words

David T. Fischer