Keira Knightley poses for photographers while taking a stroll with her husband James Righton on Friday afternoon (August 28) in New York City. The 30-year-old actress showed off her flawless figure in one of her few public appearances since giving birth to the couple’s daughter Edie in May. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]
If you are looking for Disneyland, then you are in the wrong state. This is New York. Times Square is a PUBLIC SPACE. And in New York City (and New York State) being topless in public is LEGAL. If businesses are upset that the law is...Show More Summary
NYC kids who hit a home run with reading over the summer were honored this week by the New York Public Library at a Yankee Stadium ceremony.
New York Times reporter Jackie Calmes has been playing aggressive defense for Planned Parenthood ever since damning undercover videos were released showing staffers using dehumanizing terms to describe aborted babies, and engaging in possibly illegal activity. Show More Summary
Licensed tobacco retailers throughout New York City are selling a substantial number of cigarette packs carrying either counterfeit or out-of-state tax stamps, finds an investigation by NYU public health researchers.
This article originally appeared in New York magazine. In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical Hamilton (which opens on Broadway on August 6 after a much-praised run this past winter at the Public Theater), the founding father emerges as anShow More Summary
Many publications are blurring or otherwise redacting today’s controversial New York Daily News front showing three stills from the chilling first-person video of the murder of two journalists. The ethics of using the stills, which have been widely criticized on social media, have been debated among journalists because of their graphic nature. Show More Summary
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Ed Burns broke into the public consciousness 20 years ago when he wrote, directed, produced and costarred in "The Brothers McMullen," an independent film comedy about Irish Americans in New York. Since then he has appeared in numerous other films, including "She's the One," "27 Dresses" and most...
The ecosystem of press criticism is probably as strong now as it has ever been: columnists like Jack Shafer of Politico, public-minded academics like Jay Rosen of NYU, in-house critics like New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan. There are press watchdog organizations and regular press reporting and criticism in places like Gawker and major...
596 Acres Living Lots Identifying unused urban spaces and working with disenfranchised residents to reclaim them for public use, Living Lots has already transformed dozens of spaces in New York City. Living Lots works with residences to help them on
According to a report I have before me, straight from the U.S. Senate, prominent Federal Reserve officials, including the presidents of the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Philadelphia, have publicly endorsed legislation that would...Show More Summary
Last year I attempted, but failed, to organize a march from the Christopher St. Pier in New York City to publicize the fact that the transgender community were largely involved in the riots, and were instrumental to the subsequent gay rights movement that sprang into life. Show More Summary
Never comfortable when today’s neo-Puritan orthodoxies come under fire, the New York Times editorializes on an inconvenient report by Public Health England (“an operationally autonomous executive agency of the Department of Health” and...Show More Summary
VideoThe world’s highest-paid actress is teaming up with one of the world’s funniest people to pen a comedic screenplay, The New York Times is reporting. Jennifer Lawrence told the publication today that she and Amy Schumer also plan to co-star in their film. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images) “We play sisters,” Lawrence told The New [...]
While much of the city's mapping community is focused on creating something new, a great deal of energy also goes into recovering maps that are quite old. The New York Public Library, the spiritual... To view the full story, click the title link.
Could the Burger Wars see peace in our times? Probably not, despite Burger King's best efforts at calling a temporary truce (while cooking up publicity). Burger King today purchased a full-page ad in both The New York Times and the Chicago...Show More Summary
Image: Burger KingBurger King is not messing around: they took out full-page ads in The New York Times and The Chicago Tribune this morning to publicly float an idea to McDonald’s. The proposal? Open a store at a halfway point between...Show More Summary
So much for playing nice. This morning, in a release and full-page open letter-style ad in the Chicago Tribune and New York Times, Burger King publicly proposed a truce of sorts to its main rival, McDonald's. The King politely suggested...Show More Summary
Random House is releasing a collection of previously unpublished poems and stories from Truman Capote’s youth, recently found in the archives of the New York Public Library. Over at Full Stop, Jacob Kiernan examines the keen political conscience in Capote’s never-before-published work. As he explains it, “While his early stories are structurally simple, they evince […]