Albany Law School on CNN, ABC, NBC, NewsNation

By Patrick Kowalczyk

April 09, 2024

Sarah Rogerson from Albany Law School and her sister Mary Mueller have become powerful advocates for gun control after Mueller’s son was shot in the face during the horrific Oxford High shooting in 2021. Following the sentencing yesterday of the shooter’s parents, the sisters penned a compelling op-ed for CNN and they appeared on CNN, NBC News Now, ABC News Live, NewsNation, and Scripps Network to share their ideas for preventing school gun violence.

Permalink | Posted on Apr 09, 2024 at 9:59 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Albany Law School

Sourhouse in Food & Wine

By Patrick Kowalczyk

March 26, 2024

Food & Wine editors tested 100+ kitchen products in March, and they singled out Goldie by Sourhouse as one of the six the “can’t stop using.” 

Permalink | Posted on Mar 26, 2024 at 8:35 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Sourhouse

QC New York in Travel + Leisure

By Patrick Kowalczyk

December 15, 2023

This winter, guests at QC New York can unwind in the Governors Island spa’s outdoor heated pools while watching a live show unfold against the Manhattan skyline featuring fire artists, stilt walkers, light performers, and more. Check out this rave in Travel + Leisure: This NYC Spa on Governor’s Island Is the Perfect Winter Day Trip


Permalink | Posted on Dec 15, 2023 at 8:15 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: QC New York

Dear Dyslexia in The Hill, Education Week

By Patrick Kowalczyk

November 17, 2023

Dear Dyslexia made its national debut on October 17th at a pop-up exhibit and press conference on Capitol Hill sponsored by Representative Julia Brownley (D-CA), co-chair of the House Dyslexia Caucus. Dear Dyslexia founder Gil Gershoni and Representative Larry Bucschon (R-IN) were among the speakers who highlighted the importance of changing perceptions of dyslexia from a disability to a hyper-ability. Coverage included The Hill (“Dear Dyslexia Project plastering Capitol with postcards with a message”) and Education Week (“Disability or ‘Superpower’? The Push to Change Mindsets About Students With Learning Differences”).

Permalink | Posted on Nov 17, 2023 at 8:11 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Gil Gershoni

FAWC on WGBH and Art New England

By Patrick Kowalczyk

November 16, 2023

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Cunningham (The Hours) started his career as a Fellow at Provincetown’s Fine Arts Work Center in 1980. For the publication of his acclaimed new book, Day, Cunningham discussed how the Work Center and Provincetown shaped his career and life in an in-depth profile in Art New England and in an interview on The Culture Show on WGBH (NPR-Boston).


Permalink | Posted on Nov 16, 2023 at 8:48 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Fine Arts Work Center

Dear Dyslexia on Scripps News Network, KTVU

By Patrick Kowalczyk

October 10, 2023

Actress Alyssa Milano, Olympic legend Greg Louganis, Captain Underpants children’s author Dav Pilkey, and Justice League director Zack Snyder are among the high-profile people with dyslexia who have contributed to a global art project that launched this week for Dyslexia Awareness Month. The brainchild of Dyslexic Designing Thinking founder Gil Gershoni, Dear Dyslexia aims to reframe perceptions of the learning difference by showcasing postcards created by more than one thousand people who have drawn or illustrated one word or phrase that encapsulates experience with dyslexia. Check out interviews with Gershoni about Dear Dyslexia on Scripps News Network and KTVU-TV (Fox-San Francisco).

Permalink | Posted on Oct 10, 2023 at 7:47 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Gil Gershoni

Pacific Forest Trust in The Week

By Patrick Kowalczyk

August 28, 2023

As part of its weekly column highlighting positive news, It Wasn’t All Bad, The Week Magazine highlighted Working Forest Conservation Easements, which Pacific Forest Trust pioneered, as an innovative way to enlist private landowners in the climate fight.

Pacific Forest Trust co-founder Laurie Wayburn tells The Week:  “Conserving and managing forests to be more naturally climate-resilient and carbon-rich is the most immediate and scalable thing we can do to address climate change…In five to 10 years, we can make a huge difference — literally millions of tons of increased, secure sequestration.”

Permalink | Posted on Aug 28, 2023 at 5:56 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Pacific Forest Trust

Fine Arts Work Center in Architect’s Newspaper

By Patrick Kowalczyk

July 21, 2023

Fine Arts Work Center, the Provincetown birthplace of countless modern masterpieces, has received a stunning makeover that honors its bohemian roots while continuing to support future generations of artists and writers. The renovation of the campus, which was initially a lumber yard, was led by Flansbrugh Architects. Check out the article in The Architect’s Newspaper.

Permalink | Posted on Jul 21, 2023 at 8:59 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Fine Arts Work Center

Jeff Speck on CNBC

By Patrick Kowalczyk

June 24, 2023

CNBC talked with urban planner Jeff Speck about how cities like New York City and London can become more walkable, livable, and affordable.

Permalink | Posted on Jun 24, 2023 at 5:58 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Jeff Speck

Fine Arts Work Center on MSNBC

By Patrick Kowalczyk

May 20, 2023

When Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the so-called Don’t Say Gay bill into law, he displayed “Call Me Max,” a story about a young trans boy by author Kyle Lukoff, onstage.

In an op-ed for MSNBC, Lukoff discusses his weariness about being constantly asked to discuss book banning rather than his writing and he highlights his partnership with Fine Art Work Center on the first-ever Youth Lit Week this July in Provincetown. 

He concludes: “Youth Lit Week will overlap with Family Week, the largest annual gathering of LGBTQ+ families in the world. My hope is that more institutions and organizations follow this model, allocating resources for writers and artists to thrive, so we can continue to do what we do best: create stories that will outlive us even in the face of opposition.

Some people study Shakespeare or Gerard Manley Hopkins or Wordsworth. I study picture books. Here’s to the day all my invitations are to talk about them — and not the governor of Florida.”

Permalink | Posted on May 20, 2023 at 8:57 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Fine Arts Work Center

Gil Gershoni dissects “Will Trent” for Salon

By Patrick Kowalczyk

April 10, 2023

In an essay for Salon, Dyslexic Design Thinking founder Gil Gershoni explored what the new ABC series “Will Trent” gets wrong and gets right about people with dyslexia.

Permalink | Posted on Apr 10, 2023 at 8:24 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Gil Gershoni

CBS News Covers Birth of Rare Senegal Lion Cubs

By Patrick Kowalczyk

March 17, 2023

In a thrilling sign of recovery for the Critically Endangered West African lion, Panthera and Senegal’s Department of National Parks (DPN) this week released breathtaking footage and photos of a West African lioness and her three cubs as they nurse, play, and feed in Senegal’s Niokolo Koba National Park (NKNP). The videos and photos feature ‘Florence,’ a 9 to 10-year-old GPS-collared lioness that scientists believe has now given birth to three litters — nine cubs in total — in her lifetime. Now considered the matriarch of Niokolo Koba, this lioness has contributed to approximately one-third of the park’s lion population.

Coverage of the birth included CBS News, The Guardian, New York PostGood News Network, Miami Herald, Africa News, and Mongabay.

Permalink | Posted on Mar 17, 2023 at 7:27 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Panthera

Jeff Speck Op-ed in The Hill

By Patrick Kowalczyk

February 11, 2023

In an op-ed published in The Hill today, Walkable City author Jeff explains why Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s new $800 million Safer Streets program won’t succeed if civil engineers continue to design roads that are deadly for pedestrians and cyclists.

Permalink | Posted on Feb 11, 2023 at 8:19 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Jeff Speck

Maxim calls Heimat “L.A.‘s coolest new health club”

By Patrick Kowalczyk

January 20, 2023

The January 2023 issue of Maxim features a 2-page spread on Heimat, the new fitness concept club opened in Los Angeles by RSG Group. Reporter Nic Stecher writes: “In some ways Heimat is a Soho House, WeWork and Equinox all rolled into one, with the possible caveat that it does some silos better than any of them. Until now you either had a social club or a gym or a spa or a workspace, but no one had combined them in such a seamless, organic way. Heimat has established a new gold standard.”

Permalink | Posted on Jan 20, 2023 at 2:48 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: RSG Group

Albany Law School in USA Today

By Patrick Kowalczyk

January 18, 2023

Albany Law School professor penned an op-ed in today’s USA Today revealing how complacency of the sexualization of children - from Balenciaga’s recent ad campaign to Disney’s treatment of child stars - contributes to the epidemic of child sex trafficking by fueling demand to purchase minors for sexual purposes.

Permalink | Posted on Jan 18, 2023 at 7:46 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Albany Law School

Dayton Literary Peace Prize on C-SPAN Book TV

By Patrick Kowalczyk

January 01, 2023

C-SPAN Book TV tonight aired the 2022 Dayton Literary Peace Prize ceremony featuring speeces by winners Wil Haygood (The Butler), Clint Smith (How the Word is Passed), and Honorée Fanonne Jeffers (The Love Songs of W. E. B. Du Bois)..

Permalink | Posted on Jan 01, 2023 at 8:38 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Dayton Literary Peace Prize

DMC in Architectural Digest, Seventeen

By Patrick Kowalczyk

December 20, 2022

For the 2022 holiday season, PKPR implemented a comprehensive gift guide strategy for DMC’s new Gift of Stitch collection of 24 needlecraft kits that include everything you need to create gorgeous, achievable gifts. Coverage included Architectural Digest, Seventeen, Moms & Crafters, and Sustain My Craft Habit.

Permalink | Posted on Dec 20, 2022 at 8:32 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: DMC

Dyslexic Dictionary Exhibit Premieres in San Francisco

By Patrick Kowalczyk

December 19, 2022

California Governor Gavin Newsom, Twitter logo designer Martin Grasser, and British author Sally Gardner are among a diverse group of artists who have reinterpreted everything from books to words through the lens of their dyslexia for Dyslexic Dictionary, an exhibition in San Francisco executive produced by artist and Dyslexic Design Thinking founder Gil Gershoni. Coverage of the exhibit included San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco Standard, and 48 Hills.

Permalink | Posted on Dec 19, 2022 at 8:49 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Gil Gershoni

RSG Group unveils new Gold’s Gyms in Texas

By Patrick Kowalczyk

August 29, 2022

In August 2020, at the height of the pandemic, when many gyms were closing or struggling, RSG Group purchased Gold’s Gym after it had filed for bankruptcy a few months earlier. Two years later, with six new Gold’s Gyms opening in Texas, RSG Group is delivering on its promise to preserve the iconic gym’s legacy while moving the brand forward with a new look inspired by its Venice Beach roots, a new business model, and a laser-like focus on serious fitness. Check out the coverage in the Houston Chronicle, The Dallas Morning News, and The Real Deal.

Permalink | Posted on Aug 29, 2022 at 6:06 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: RSG Group

Wil Haygood honored with Dayton Literary Peace Prize

By Patrick Kowalczyk

August 26, 2022

Wil Haygood, whose books chronicle the struggles and triumphs of 20th-century Black Americans—from high-profile politicians to high school basketball players—will receive the 2022 Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award. Haygood’s seminal works include Showdown, which details the contentious 1967 battle to get Thurgood Marshall onto the Supreme Court, and Tigerland, which followed athletes at an all-Black high school as they captured two state titles in Columbus, Ohio. His book The Butler, based on the life of Eugene Allen who served eight presidents at the White House, was adapted to become an award-winning film directed by Lee Daniels.

Coverage included: Associated Press, NPR, Library Journal, The Columbus Dispatch, ABC News, and Kirkus Reviews.

Permalink | Posted on Aug 26, 2022 at 11:35 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk
Client: Dayton Literary Peace Prize

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