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Birdman Sits Down With Ebro For Extensive Interview on “Respeck”

Birdman himself invited Ebro and Laura from New York radio station Hot 97 into his Miami home to clear the air on some recent headlines. After his highly publicized spat with Charlemagne tha God – where Baby invaded the station’s New York headquarters flanked by goons to cuss out Charlemagne – the Cash Money head […]

Anna Deavere Smith Advocates for the New York Public Library

17 hours agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Anna Deavere Smith hopes to mobilize bibliophiles to insist that their representatives approve of a budget increase for this institution.

Julianna Barwick: "I’m Not This Gentle Fairy Creature Person"

A conversation with the angelic-sounding New York artist about public expectations and her absorbing new full-length, Will.

How I Learned Being Seen As “Sexy” Doesn’t Equate To Happiness

Beauty doesn’t equate to happiness I was 10 years old the first time someone commented on my appearance in public. I was walking with a boy in my class down the narrow, dark street of East 86th street in New York City. As we reachedShow More Summary

Public employee union pensioners ducking income taxes

In a comment to a piece I wrote about New York state regulators nixing two badly needed natural gas pipelines, the writer noted a phenomenon that in my opinion should be brought to a quick and permanent halt. That many New Yorkers, like denizens of other northern states, like to retire in warmer climes is […]

Jane Jacobs' Radical Legacy: Cities Are For People, Not Developers

ON April 10, 1968, New York state officials scheduled a public hearing to discuss their plans for an expressway that would have sliced across Lower Manhattan and displaced hundreds of businesses and the homes of 2,000 families. The expressway's opponents, including Jane Jacobs, a writer who lived in Greenwich Village, considered the hearing a sham. Show More Summary

Horrible Parenting: Father Boxes His Son Bloody On Facebook Livestream For Cutting Class [Video]

SMH! When did publicly humiliating kids become the new form of discipline out here? New York Post

Sard Verbinnen Is Said to Offer 40% Stake to Private Equity

The New York public relations firm is said to be in talks with Golden Gate Capital, prompting departures of partners, employees and clients.

AM News: Detroit Sickout Day 2, EdSec Talks Integration & Tolerance

Teacher Protest Shuts Almost All Detroit Public Schools - The New York Times https://t.co/hfyCvr8TXQ Detroit Teachers Essentially Close Schools in Latest ‘Sickout’ - WSJ https://t.co/mQOS5tiq4R Teacher protests close most Detroit schools...Show More Summary

Zayn Malik And Gigi Hadid Met Gala 2016: ‘Totally In Love’

The first date is always special, but the first public date at a big event is even more special. When the big event is the Met Ball in New York City, then it takes special to a whole new level. For Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik, that’s exactly what happened in their relationship on May... Show More Summary

John Krasinski & Claire Danes Meet Their Spouses After 'Dry Powder'

John Krasinski and his pregnant wife Emily Blunt leave the Public Theater after his performance of Dry Powder on Sunday (May 1) in New York City. Following close behind the couple were Claire Danes, who also stars in the play, along with her hubby Hugh Dancy. That night was the closing performance of their play. [...]

Sheriff Jim McDonnell: L.A. County Cop’s Chief Of Staff Resigns Over Racist Emails

Sheriff Jim McDonnell, Los Angeles County’s top law enforcement official, has accepted the resignation of his chief of staff after racist emails from several years ago were made public, the New York Daily News is reporting. Tom Angel submitted his resignation Sunday after emails disparaging blacks and Latinos resurfaced. Show More Summary

Many Have No Interest In Running with Trump

New York Times: “A remarkable range of leading Republicans, including Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina and Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, have been emphatic publicly or with their advisers and allies that they do not want to be considered [...]

Shimon Attie's sixth solo exhibition at Jack Shainman Gallery opens in New York

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Jack Shainman Gallery is presenting Shimon Attie?s sixth solo exhibition at the gallery. Facts on the Ground features Attie?s recent series of the same name which captures the artist?s poetic interventions at meaningful public spaces across Israel and Palestine. Show More Summary

Don DeLillo Will Give Reading Of New Novel At 92Y On Monday

Author Don DeLillo, who is not on Twitter, doesn't make a ton of public appearances. But he's got a new novel out that's been getting some solid reviews, and on Monday he'll be at 92Y for his only New York reading. [ more › ]

Ringling Retiring Elephants Is Not Enough, Animal Advocates Say

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Elephants take a final bow at Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus on Sunday, ending a 145-year spectacle that delighted fans but enraged animal activists, who say the highly publicized retirement is not enough. The...Show More Summary

Good guy Alex Rodriguez gives bat to young fan at Fenway Park after crushing home run

Alex Rodriguez’s bat is his most powerful public relations weapon. Saying the 40-year old New York Yankees infielder is not known as a good guy is something of an understatement. Rodriguez’s history of egotistical, litigious lying and cheating is so deep ESPN the Magazine refused to quote him in a 2015 profile about his return […]

David Brooks Vows to Study America’s Suffering Masses

One of the small dramas that has accompanied the improbable rise of Donald Trump to the brink of the GOP presidential nomination has been a very public meltdown afflicting New York Times columnist David Brooks. Brooks has hurled lightning bolts at Trump for many months. He's called for a "conspiracy" to ... More »

Newly Found Walt Whitman Series Reveals He Advocated for Paleo Diet

Walt Whitman in 1887 in New York. (Photo: George C. Cox/Public Domain) It turns out that Walt Whitman, known as the bard of democracy, also had some pretty strong views when it comes to diet, exercise, and even standing versus sitting...Show More Summary

Clinton endorses all-boys public schools in high-crime areas

NEW YORK (AP) — Hillary Clinton says she wants a network of all-boys public schools in high-crime areas to "spread across America." The Democratic presidential candidate spoke Friday at a fundraiser for the foundation that supports the six schools.

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