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Bill Belichick's Genius Guides Patriots Once Again

"Maybe those guys gotta study the rulebook and figure it out. We obviously knew what we were doing and we made some pretty important plays. It was a real good weapon for us." Those are the words of Tom Brady after yet another New England...Show More Summary

Dear Bully: An Open Letter

Hey everyone... so this is now officially my first post of the 2015 year. ¡Feliz Año Nuevo! I hope everyone enjoyed their NYE celebration. I spent the New Year with my lady, some family, and my teammates. It was an entertaining night to say the least, surrounded by a good group of people. Show More Summary

First Nighter: Broadway's Richard Thomas, Anna Chlumsky, Café Carlyle's Cheyenne Jackson, The Duplex's Ben Rimalower

One of the Broadway season's very highest lights, the George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart You Can't Take It With You remains brightly illuminated now that replacements Richard Thomas and Anna Chlumsky have joined the hilariously accomplished...Show More Summary

Anti-Islamic Rhetoric Hurts Everyone

The attack by Al Qaeda on the Charlie Hedbo office in Paris adds to the growing number of atrocities committed by terrorist groups who claim a radical Islamist philosophy. In response, many Muslim people have spoken out against these...Show More Summary

Free Trade With Cuba Now

President Barack Obama's rules easing trade and travel restrictions to Cuba following his historic announcement last month to renew relations with the Caribbean island provides an exciting opportunity to grow our economy, share our democratic values, and form new partnerships in fighting various global threats. Show More Summary

Wage Theft at NYC Airports

As we approach Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, many of us will be celebrating this national hero's fight against racial injustice. Equally important, though less remembered, was Dr. King's commitment to economic justice -- the simple...Show More Summary

Finding Good Below Ground Zero

Before they began designing the September 11 Memorial Museum -- recent winner of a National AIA Honor Award -- the architects at Davis Brody Bond looked at the void created by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. "It was beyond...Show More Summary

Police Work Isn't as Dangerous as You May Think

After the senseless death and tragic funerals of two young New York City policeman, cops have got to be thinking about assassination. "I want to go home to my wife and kids," said a cop to the New York Post." I am concerned about myShow More Summary

New Year's Resolutions for Higher Education

With the hope that Santa rewarded America's colleges and universities for being exceptionally good prior to the 2014 holiday season (such gifts to include a healthy applicant pool, vigorous end-of-calendar-year giving by alumni and friends,...Show More Summary

The Faithful Shopper: Coming Attractions

It's finally 2015, and this year promises to be a spectacular one for New Yorkers and visitors who love to shop! Among top news, the first stores will open at Brookfield Place and the World Trade Center - and I'll have more on those in the future. Show More Summary

Come Too Far

I experienced many emotions watching the incredible motion picture, Selma, this past weekend. There was pride. There was pain for every blow and every death it took for our country to heed the call of the civil rights movement and grant Black Americans the right to vote. Show More Summary

Anti-Semitism -- The Facts and the Hope

Talking about a resurgence of anti-Semitism with the burial of four French Jews in Israel yesterday is undeniably, and perhaps unavoidably, fraught with charged emotions. Whether you are among those who believe that incidents are isolated...Show More Summary

Medical Marijuana Provides Relief for Many, But New York State Sets Limits for Most

The Compassionate Care Act was signed into law in July. So why is it that people are not able to access medical marijuana (MMJ)? And how will it work? The bill is filled with compromises. This means that many, many concessions were made so that the law would pass. Show More Summary

How to Build an Art Career From New York Graffiti Writer & Illustrator See One

There's something about the art world that makes building a career as a professional artist an evasive subject. It's easy to tell a young person, "Follow your dreams," but there's not enough explanation around how to pay your bills.Show More Summary

Mario: A Passionate Liberal With a Capital 'L'

New York lost one of its native-born jewels recently: Mario Cuomo, a larger-than-life leader whose words inspired a nation and spoke truth to power, has passed. And with him goes an era of passionate liberalism, a credo he embraced while...Show More Summary

First Nighter: Gyllenhaal, Wilson Illuminate Nick Payne's 'Constellations'

Nick Payne's Constellations arrives at the Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman after winning the 2012 Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play and receiving a clutch of rave reviews that encouraged the move from its initial...Show More Summary

Best Outdoor Ice Skating

With the recent cold spell that has hit the country, many people are running inside as quickly as they can to warm up. However, there are a select few that revel in the cold and embrace the chill. For those enthusiasts, there are plenty...Show More Summary

Hear This: An Unsung Hero

I hadn't taken the trip to the Port Authority Emergency emergency operations center since 9/14/2001. And now there I was again 13 years later, this December, for the naming of that center New Jersey City: the Ernesto Butcher Emergency operations center. Show More Summary

Met Opera: "Hoffmann's" Tales Fabulously Staged With a Sterling Cast

Everybody has at least one love affair he or she would like to forget. Hoffmann, the hapless poet hero of Les Contes d'Hoffmann, has four that haunt him in Offenbach's grand final opera, which the Met returned to the stage last night...Show More Summary

'Year of the Condo'

Amidst the heavy rollout of new residential developments in 2014, developers were planning an even greater amount of projects for the following year. The number new developments being launched onto the sales market is not only surpassing last year's mark, but is the highest since 2007. Show More Summary

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