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The Public Celebrates 50 Years of ‘Hair’ + More NYC Events 10/20–26

New York is the city that never sleeps, and with so many events and activities each week across all five boroughs, it can be hard to know what’s actually worthwhile. Here are the events New York City actors should have on their radars...Show More Summary

Mayim Bialik Apologizes Again For Her Misguided Take on Sexual Harassment - But we also need to look at why she's faced more of a firing squad than many actual harassers.

19 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

The Big Bang Theory actress Mayim Bialik met a firestorm of criticism for an opinion piece on Hollywood's culture of sexual harassment published in The New York Times. After her first public reaction appeared to double down and rebuff her critics, a new apology finally seems to have processed the reasons for the push-back she received.

MongoDB's IPO makes it one of New York's most valuable tech firms

MongoDB, a star of the New York tech scene for the past decade, got off to a good start today, its first day as a public company. Shares of the database software company spiked 35% at the start of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Must-see locations of Ai Weiwei's expansive 'Good Fences Make Good Neighbors' exhibit in New York

The Chinese artist and human rights activist has created site-specific sculptures at 300-plus places in New York. The public art exhibit is free and runs through Feb. 11.

Must-see locations of Ai Weiwei's expansive 'Good Fences Make Good Neighbors' exhibit in New York

The Chinese artist and human rights activist has created site-specific sculptures at 300-plus places in New York. The public art exhibit is free and runs through Feb. 11.

Amnesty For Little Book Lovers: New York City Libraries Shelve Kids' Late Fees

yesterdayNews : The Two-Way

On Thursday, the city's public library systems are forgiving fines on overdue materials checked out by readers age 17 and under, reopening library doors to young readers once blocked by unpaid fees.

Bush 43 Condemns [Guess Who]'s Bigotry

George W. Bush hinted Thursday at his dissatisfaction with Donald Trump, complaining in a New York City speech that "bullying and prejudice" has become a caustic norm in American public life. "Our young people need positive role models," he said. Show More Summary

MongoDB to go public Thursday morning at a revised price of $24 per share

New York City-based database company MongoDB Inc. will go public with the ringing of the bell on the Nasdaq Global Market Thursday with the company setting its initial public offering price at $24 per share, up from an initial guidance of $18-$20 per share. Show More Summary

An Alibaba-backed fintech company founded by a 34-year-old just had an amazing IPO

Qudian, an online small credit provider, went public on the New York Stock Exchange. The company, which was founded by 34-year-old Min Luo, is going after a market it says China's biggest banks can't serve. Qudian, an online small credit...Show More Summary

Yep, Selena Gomez Wore Actual PJs in Public - and Yep, She Rocked Them

If you've ever had any hesitation to wear your pajamas out in public, Selena Gomez will convince you to put those qualms to rest once and for all. The singer was spotted on the streets of New York City sporting a silky Olivia von Halle sleep shirt as a dress, and honestly, we're so into it. Show More Summary

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture celebrates an extensive two-year, $22.3 million renovation

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

The New York Public Library?s renowned Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem today celebrated the reopening of several renovated spaces after a nearly two-year, $22.3 million renovation. New York Public Library (NYPL)...Show More Summary

Ai Weiwei Is Selling Two Exclusive Artworks on eBay

With his city-wide public exhibition, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors currently ongoing in New York City, renowned artist Ai Weiwei has also created two special edition artworks for Public Art Fund that are now on sale exclusively at eBay. One of the featured pieces is Artist’s Hand, a rhodium-plated sculpture of Ai Weiwei’s as part of his […]

We got to look inside Google's NYC pop-up store before it opens to the public

Google's New York City pop-up store is conveniently located near Mashable headquarters, so we walked over to get a peek (and share it with you!) before it opens to the public on Thursday, Oct. 19. The store will be open through Dec. 31, with the daily hours of 10 a.m. Show More Summary

Greenhouse vs. the Pences

I wrote a post yesterday criticizing Linda Greenhouse’s latest column in the New York Times. But I didn’t quite plumb its depths. Here, again, is Greenhouse’s parting thought: “Conservatives, even the publicly pious ones, don’t seem to have a problem with limiting the size of their families. Show More Summary

TBS announces live programming as part of 2017 New York Comedy Festival

In its first year as the TV partner for the New York Comedy Festival (NYCF), TBS will create the TBS Comedy HUB inside the new PUBLIC Hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The TBS Comedy HUB will serve as NYCF HQ, where fans and festivalgoers alike can check out comedy panels and more for free […]

More than 50% of New York Citys public schools now have gardens

There’s a food revolution brewing in over half of New York City’s public schools, and it's not slowing down. Thanks to the local nonprofit GrowNYC, The Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC, and Grow to Learn, five boroughs have been established to set up sustainable gardens in public schools. Show More Summary

Ian Schrager: The Private & Public Confessions

Ian Schrager's trendy office in New York's Greenwich Village is bustling with activity on a humid, late September morning

Jerry Richardson skipping this week’s owners meeting

NFL owners are meeting in New York this week in hopes of coming up with a way to extricate themselves from a public relations mess. At least 30 of them are. PFT has learned that Panthers owner Jerry Richardson will not be in attendance this week. That isn’t necessarily surprising considering he was the next-to-last [more]

Socialista Owner Confirms the Harvey Weinstein Sexual-Harassment Story Involving Potted Plant

Between the publication of the New York Times’ and New Yorker’s exposés revealing decades of sexual harassment and assault accusations surrounding Harvey Weinstein, Fox News reporter Lauren Sivan told her own story involving the producer, claiming he physically cornered her and then masturbated in front of her into a potted plant at ... More »

Close Trump Associate Invests in Weinstein Company, Will Presumably Also Pursue Cosby Partnership

Harvey Weinstein's Weinstein Company has been in big trouble since a New York Times article and multiple follow-ups in other publications documented a number of instances in which Weinstein is accused of sexually harassing, assaulting, and raping women with whom he was interacting for ostensibly professional reasons. Show More Summary

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