Former President Barack Obama caused a mild commotion when he surfaced unexpectedly in public in New York City on Friday. He was treated like a rock star, with hundreds gathering on the street for a glimpse of the former president after...Show More Summary
He's more than earned some time off to rest and be with family, and it looks like Barack Obama is using that time to the best of his ability right now! This week, the former President found himself in New York City for a business meeting, and then he spent Friday night out on the town [...]
The New York Library is hosting the exhibition Love in Venice, which examines the literary, artistic, musical, and cultural aspects of Venice?s enduring seductiveness. On view at the Library?s iconic Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, Love in Venice will run until August 29 in the Wachenheim Gallery. Show More Summary
As the name of the award implies, the New York Public Library's Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism is dedicated to honoring notable works of non-fiction written by journalists. The winner among the just-announced five finalists, to be revealed May 22, will join a group that includes George Packer, Ellen Schultz, David Finkel,...
Shortly after CNN, the New York Times and other media outlets were blocked from attending a White House press gaggle today, CNN and the NYT publicly responded.
Patty Freedman, co-owner of the Andrew E. Freedman Public Relations firm and, under her birth name Patty Dworkin a former actress, died February 17 in New York. She was 64, and the cause of death was breast cancer. Her death was announced...Show More Summary
Betsy DeVos is Publicly Polite, but a Political Fighter - The New York Times ow.ly/16nU309jM7I DeVos defiant at CPAC: ‘My job isn’t to win a popularity contest’ https://t.co/PwptBbeNYC DeVos slams Obama's transgender bathroom rule as...Show More Summary
Oscar Isaac will play Hamlet at New York’s Public Theater this summer, in a long-gestating production whose cast also includes Keegan-Michael Key, Roberta Colindrez, Peter Friedman, Gayle Rankin, Matthew Saldívar, and Anatol Yusef. The...Show More Summary
This may be good news for the GOP, but it is bad news for the country. To judge by its flagship publication, liberals learned nothing from the 2016 election, and
The New York Times is buying ad time during the Academy Awards this Sunday for the first time ever, airing a new ad about getting to the truth. AdAge reports: The spot is part of the publication’s first-ever brand campaign in a decade, created… Read The post ‘The New York Times’ to Air First-Ever Ad During the Oscars, and Here It Is: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
(Reuters) – The New York Stock Exchange will conduct a trial run of Snap Inc’s initial public offering on Saturday, according to a notice given last week to stock traders, in anticipation of what is expected to be the biggest U.S. technology IPO in nearly five years. In an email to NYSE traders, the exchange […]
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The city's 100 Worst Landlords list, compiled by the public advocate's office, will remain available to the public, a judge ruled. According to the New York Post, landlord Kamran Hakim, who is No. 34... To view the full story, click the title link.
New York state plans to dedicate $32 million in federal funding to improve public transportation in the state's rural areas. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration announced the grants on Wednesday. They'll … Click to Continue »
In an impassioned (but not quite scorched-earth) op-ed for The New York Times, Metropolitan Museum of Art director Thomas P. Campbell issued a swift and effective defense of public art in the United States. “Arts and cultural programming challenges, provokes and entertains; it enhances our lives,” he wrote. Show More Summary
Montreal + Robuchon = London and New York, apparently Another day, another defence of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, the multimillionnaire French chef’s new restaurant in the Montreal Casino. As part of a publicly run casino, the restaurant was put together by Loto-Québec, the government corporation dealing with gambling. Show More Summary
The Trump administration is preparing to rescind the Obama administration's protections for transgender students in public schools — but U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos initially opposed the move, the New York Times reports. Trump, according to the Times, sided with Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions....
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to cut $25 million from 39 public health programs that fight cancer, diabetes and other conditions. The Democrat's administration says it will be up … Click to Continue »
Melania Trump’s sister Ines Knauss has entered the public eye now that The New York Post has broken the news that the very private First Lady has a sister. But information about the reclusive First Sister has been hard to come by, as...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: A fight over a draft order that would rescind protections for transgender students in public schools has erupted inside the Trump administration, pitting Attorney General Jeff Sessions against the secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. Show More Summary