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Works from William Eggleston's monumental project The Democratic Forest on view at David Zwirner

10 hours agoArts : Artdaily

David Zwirner presents its first exhibition with William Eggleston since having announced the gallery?s exclusive worldwide representation of the artist. On view at 537 West 20th Street in New York will be works from Eggleston?s monumental project The Democratic Forest. Show More Summary

Exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery embodies the collaborative atmosphere of the Impasse Ronsin

10 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Paul Kasmin Gallery announces the forthcoming exhibition, Impasse Ronsin, which will be on view at 515 West 27th Street from October 28th ? December 23rd, 2016. Taking as its focus the historic Parisian alley once home to the studios of Constantin Brancusi, William N. Show More Summary

Construction groups sue in effort to dismantle city's new crane safety rules

A group of construction trade organizations and unions wants a judge to nullify crane regulations drafted in the wake of a fatal crane collapse along Worth Street in February, according to a lawsuit... To view the full story, click the title link.

City's share of Wall Street jobs hits record low

Maybe it's time for New York to build a wall around Wall Street. The city's share of jobs in the securities industry has hit fresh lows, currently accounting for less than 19% of all U.S. securities... To view the full story, click the title link.

Don't rush a flawed street-vending bill into law

Everyone agrees that the street vending system in New York City is confusing and unfair for everyone involved: small business owners, pedestrians and the vendors themselves. The question now is... To view the full story, click the title link.

Driverless cabs could make mass transit obsolete

Mass transit, the lifeblood of cities worldwide, is under threat from the biggest innovation in automotive technology since Henry Ford’s assembly line first flooded streets with cars. The... To view the full story, click the title l...

If AT&T swallows Time Warner, who might be gobbled up next?

Wall Street gave a cool reception Monday to AT&T’s plan to buy Time Warner Inc., illustrating sharply divergent views on whether the blockbuster deal will usher in a new era of media consolidation or merely more scrutiny from federal regulators. But the uncertainty didn’t stop some analysts from...

Is Bing Maps Hosting Images of a Homicide Victim? [Update]

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

In Bing Maps, a street view at the corner of Pennington Avenue and Hazel Street in Baltimore’s Curtis Bay neighborhood shows a single police car, two officers, and what appears to be a man in the middle of the street bleeding from the skull. Read more...

Wall Street's $40 billion AT&T pledge offers fees and risks

Wall Street banks are writing some of their biggest checks ever to fund AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner as they seek a bonanza of fees. But there’s a dose of concern that the $40... To view the full story, click the title link.

A former art director adds some polish to his father's furniture business

Miya Shoji, on West 18th Street, is known as the best—and only—authentic Japanese carpentry shop in New York City. Woodworks by its proprietor, Hisao Hanafusa, have been featured in the... To view the full story, click the title lin...

Doug Noland: The Latest on China’s Mortgage Finance Bubble

It’s my view that the world is at the critical late-stage of a historic multi-decade Credit Bubble. The post Doug Noland: The Latest on China’s Mortgage Finance Bubble was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

The allure of Detroit after dark subject of photography exhibition at Detroit Institute of Arts

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

Glittering skylines, quiet streets, raucous night clubs and corner bars are just some of the images that appear in ?Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection,? on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts Oct. 21, 2016?April 23, 2017. Show More Summary

WSJ: On SCOTUS, Trump Has ‘Superior Grasp’ On Constitution, While Clinton's Views Threatens Liberty

The Wall Street Journal editorial board tore into Hillary Clinton’s debate performance regarding the Supreme Court, saying that she represents a...

Wall Street Journal to offer employees buyouts

News Corp.’s Dow Jones unit is offering buyouts to Wall Street Journal employees around the world as it looks to cut costs in the face of declining advertising revenue. The financial... To view the full story, click the title link.

Beachy Fresh & Luminous, Top Floor Condo

Fresh, Airy Full Floor 3BD/2BA on Quiet Block Views to Ocean & GG Park, Easy Walk to Balboa Village 4020 Balboa Street #3 San Francisco, CA Wendy Storch, 415.519.6091, [SOTHEBY’S]

Tallest home in Hermosa Beach asking $4.75M

Steps from the sand This narrow, four-story house in Hermosa Beach is across the street from the sand, and thanks to its height, boasts impressive views of the ocean and coastline. (The listing agent and the Los Angeles Conservancy say...Show More Summary

Slimmer New York Times gives Sulzberger son less room for error

New York Times Co.’s heir apparent is inheriting a newspaper company that’s struggling to transform itself. His cross-town rival is getting more support from Wall Street as it faces the... To view the full story, click the title lin...

New Marina Parking Restrictions Targeting Car-Dwellers Upset Homeless Activists

Neighbors are concerned about what they view to be safety risks posed by people sleeping overnight in their cars, and the SFMTA responded by banning the practice on certain Marina Streets. [ more › ]

Tall, Dark & Handsome: 1940

December 5, 1940. "Joseph Mullen Inc., 18 E. 50th Street, New York. View from window." Taking in the spires of St. Patrick's Cathedral and, across Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center's International Building at 45 Rockefeller Plaza. Large-format acetate negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. View full size.

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