December 20, 2010: The New York Times
Lighthouse International was featured in a two part New York Times column on the importance of protecting your vision.
October 22, 2010: The New York Times
Stephen Pearlman, a participant in Lighthouse International's Double Up 4 Vision Tandem Bike Ride and Walk, shows a New York Times writer what it's like to ride a tandem bike while being visually impaired.
October 22, 2010: NY Daily News
The Sarubbi sisters set out on an 118-mile relay tandem bike ride for Lighthouse International's Double Up 4 Vision fundraiser.
April 8, 2010: WNYW-TV/ Good Day New York
The Good Day New York team strut their stuff around New York City in Lighthouse International's POSH Fashion Sale clothes!
March 2010: WABC-TV and the Lighthouse Present PSA
on Diabetes and Vision Loss
This new public service announcement urges New Yorkers to take diabetes and vision loss seriously. Lighthouse can help.
March 24, 2010: WABC Health Report
Dr. Jay Adlersberg reports on diabetes and blindness with Lighthouse International experts.
March 3, 2010: The New York Times
Help for the Blind, Confusion for Everyone Else
Dr. Cynthia Stuen, Lighthouse's senior vice president for policy, evaluation and education, weighs in on the city's installation of audio signal boxes and why they are important for the visually impaired.
March 12, 2010: El Diario/La Prensa
Programa ayuda a salvar la vision de ancianos
February 27, 2010: New York Daily News
Lighthouse International brightens Harlem seniors' lives with vision care
"Representatives from Lighthouse International, a non-profit dedicated to spreading awareness about and giving care to those with vision loss, came to a senior center in East Harlem to help elderly New Yorkers learn how to properly care for their eyes."
January 27, 2010: Vision Monday
“Lighthouse Jazz Band Puts Accent on Accessible Technology”
At a recent lunchtime concert at Lighthouse International’s midtown Manhattan headquarters, The Lighthouse Jazz Ensemble entertained an audience of friends and fans with its spirited renditions of jazz standards. Unseen by the audience, though, was the unique looking sheet music that several band members were reading. It was created by Lighthouse staff members who used special software programs to reformat and enlarge the notes.
January 2010: Charity Happenings
“Get Involved: Five Great Ways to Make A Difference"