Jim Luce on Roosevelt Island

Jim Luce has called Roosevelt Island home since 1999.  Floating between the Upper East Side and Queens, running parallel from the United Nations to Gracie Mansion, the island has been an ideal location to raise a son.  Jim served on the local residents’ association for five years and as president of the local Toastmaster’s chapter for two.   Ironically, the mother of Jim’s great-grandfather Frank Leonard Luce was Sophia Mathilda Delano (1830-1913), a distant relative to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

  1. Commencement Address at Legacy High School: ‘Why Not?’
  2. Hyper-Local Papers in NYC See the Light

Series on the Roosevelt Island Visual Artists’ Association (RIVAA)

  1. Museum of Technology, Art & Science on Roosevelt Island?
  2. Georgette Sinclair’s Work to be Featured at NYC’s Salmagundi Club
  3. Roosevelt Island Art Bridges Two NYC Boroughs
  4. Tadeusz Sudol: An Eye for the Roosevelt Island Tram
  5. Photography: “On the Way to Faraba”

See Jim’s Pinterest album on Roosevelt Island.

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