Six protesters who were pepper sprayed by Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna in an infamous Occupy Wall Street clash have all settled their federal lawsuits against the city. In all, $332,500 will be paid out in settlements.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak in Kenya in a few weeks, but he faces a harsh rebuke if he talks about gay rights. Protesters gathered in the streets of Nairobi and senior officials have condemned any language on the “unchristian” and “dirty” topic. Show More Summary
This pair of Brown Harris Stevens messed with the wrong buyer!
Iron ore and oil prices tumbled on expectations of surging supply, while Wall Street's response to the Greek drama was muted compared to that seen across the Atlantic.
Photo by J Mimna Authentic Western Style is a forthcoming album by a group featuring members of The Derek Trucks Band, JJ Grey & Mofro, and The Motet. Their name is Fox Street and the album will be released before the end of July (the 28th to be exact) and they’d like for you to […]
A 2011 viral video of an NYPD officer blasting Occupy Wall Street protesters with pepper spray, seemingly without provocation, continues to bring in cash settlements for OWS protestors. Yesterday, OWSers Chelsea Elliott and Jeanne Mansfield got $60,000 each from the city. And today, Kaylee Dedrick, a teacher's aid from Albany, settled for $55,000. [ more › ]
Charlie Cox and Elden Henson can be seen walking New York City's streets in these new candid shots.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The largest Wall Street banks on Monday published detailed manuals of how to shut down their business during a crisis without the help of taxpayer money, a crucial step to prevent being broken up by regulators....Show More Summary
RICK PERRY TALKS ABOUT RACE: Rick Perry’s speech last Thursday at the National Press Club haven’t received much attention in the mainstream media over the holiday weekend, until today’s Wall Street Journal editorial, which observes: But his remarks are far more than a mea culpa. He also lays out a rationale and a specific agenda for […]
Over the weekend, Grub Street's own Sierra Tishgart interviewed chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson for CBS This Morning. It's been a big year for Johnson, who's the chef de cuisine at Harlem's the Cecil and Minton's: Forbes and Zagat both named...Show More Summary
50th Anniversary of Kecksburg, PA UFO Incident / UFO Festival Conference July, 2015For Immediate ReleasePress Release from: Kecksburg VFD, 5128 Water Street, Mount Pleasant, Pa 15666Fire Department Contact: Ron Struble- 724-423-9540Show More Summary
US stocks lose ground as investors weigh impact of Greek referendum results.
The visible aftermath of the terror wrought by groups like ISIS and Boko Haram is devastatingly obvious: dead bodies in the streets; men, women and children left homeless, their bodies bleeding and broken; and makeshift refugee communities popping up across the more stable areas of the Middle East.
Emory Village, Atlanta GA (pic submitted by John)
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset. Egyptians across the country offer free iftar meals to the underprivileged, and everyone else who wishes to join, in the form of discordant clusters of dinner tables arranged in the streets.
While New Orleans has always been a city of public art—from sculptures and murals to entertaining graffiti, street performers and strange characters—in the last decade the city has seen a proliferation of installations from big-name artists. Banksy of course...
Could we use a high-tech, inverse version of the anamorphic art technique developed in the 16th century to make movies? Audience panorama 360 degree images Google Street View self driving cars anamorphic art
Give Google’s DeepStereo algorithm two images of a scene and it will synthesize a third image from a different point of view. Google Street View offers panoramic views of more or less any city street in much of the developed world, as well as views along countless footpaths, inside shopping malls, and around museums and art galleries. Show More Summary
The Street continues to issue cautious views on the outlook for the hard-disk drive industry amidst prolonged weakness in the personal computer market. The bullish view of things today is offered by Sherri Scribner of Deutsche Bank, who...Show More Summary
“Daniel Kish has been blind since he was 13 months old, but you wouldn’t be able to tell,” Berit Brogaard and Kristian Marlow report in the July/August issue of Discover magazine. “He navigates crowded streets on his bike, camps out in the wilderness, swims, dances.?.?.” Read full article >>