On April 18, the New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium held its first in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic. Professor Jeffrey Soles spoke about “The Rise and Fall of a Rich Minoan Town in Crete: 50 Years of Greek-American Collaboration Excavating at Mochlos, Crete” to a crowded room at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. The lecture, an hourlong tour de force, was warmly received by the many archaeologists, students, and interested members of the public in attendance. Much stimulating discussion followed the lecture, with insightful contributions from many familiar faces. With the support of INSTAP, we look forward to future meetings at the Institute of Fine Arts, where the Colloquium has been held for more than four decades, and to renewing this vital part of the New York archaeological community!