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Why Buying A Fancy Couch Will Never Make You Feel Like An 'Adult'

“You’re such an adult.” That’s the response I’m typically met with when people find out I own my New York City apartment. It’s something I’m proud of, sure, especially considering I used to rent an East Village abode that looked outShow More Summary

New York Rangers owner Dolan backs new home for the Islanders

A supergroup of New York sports executives, including owners of the New York Rangers and the New York Mets, is lining up to invest in a new arena just outside of Queens for the National Hockey... To view the full story, click the title link.

US Immigration Officers Are Now Checking IDs On Domestic Flights?!

Well this is truly bizarre. Pictures are circulating from one of yesterday's Delta flights between San Francisco and New York. Upon arrival in New York, passengers on DL1583 were met by (at least) two US Customs & Border Protection Agency...Show More Summary

New York Today: New York Today: A Goodbye to Ringling Bros.

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Thursday: A circus comes full circle, the Kosciuszko Bridge says goodbye, and the Met sees an anniversary.

Met Director Fears Elimination Of NEA Marks 'New Assault' On Art

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

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

Met Museum Director Makes The Case For The NEA In New York Times Op-Ed

Thomas P. Campbell: "I fear that this current call to abolish the N.E.A. is the beginning of a new assault on artistic activity. Arts and cultural programming challenges, provokes and entertains; it enhances our lives. Eliminating the N.E.A. would in essence eliminate investment by the American government in the curiosity and intelligence of its citizens."

When They Met: Before ‘Moonlight’ and ‘The Walking Dead,’ a Friendship Born in the Classroom

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

André Holland first saw Danai Gurira at New York University, performing a monologue she wrote. Since then, they have acted and written together.

10 things in tech you need to know today (MSFT, AAPL)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know midweek. 1. Snapchat met with prospective investors in New York on Tuesday and faced tough questions. The mood in the room was "respectful but somewhat skeptical," one investor said. 2. Show More Summary

INSIDE THE ROADSHOW: Snapchat just met with investors in New York and faced a tough set of questions

Snapchat executives in New York on Tuesday were peppered with questions about competition from Facebook, user growth for the disappearing-message app, and accessibility in less developed markets as they pitched investors on the company's...Show More Summary

From lunch to acquisition: How Atlassian bought Trello

Last September, Atlassian co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes flew from Sydney to New York to have lunch with Trello CEO Mike Michael Pryor. The two met at a Mexican restaurant not too far from Trello’s offices. After the lunch, Cannon-Brookes immediately got on another flight back home. Not long after, Atlassian bought Trello for $424 million — its biggest acquisition yet. Read More

Party of Government Obstructs Governance

A brief exchange on leadership perceptions occurred in 1961 between President John F. Kennedy and Iraeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion as they met in New York City. Late to the meeting due to a domestic political issue, Kennedy apologized explaining, “Mr. Prime Minister, you have no idea what it’s like to be president of […]

Mets hope Cespedes can provide some Jeter moments in October

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Yoenis Cespedes won the Mets over because they came to realize he was made for the New York spotlight.

Remy Ma: “We Have To End The Private Prison System”

A candid conversation with the New York rapper about the women she met on the inside, the person she’s become, and solo record that will tell all.

President Trump Loves Roundtables With CEOs. Here’s Why

President Trump likes to sit around tables with business leaders. In the first few weeks of his Administration, the New York real estate mogul has met with the CEOs of America’s 12 largest companies, held a roundtable with female CEOs and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, had a discussion with retail CEOs and chatted with…

Advanced Love: Dolores and Allan

Allan: We’ve been together a little over 30 years. This is our second marriage. We met November 16, 1986 in New York City at The Arcadia Restaurant 61 East 61st street where we had lunch and we’ve been together ever since that moment. Show More Summary

The Met Museum digitizes the entire collection and releases over 375,000 images for free

The Met Museum in New York recently published over 375,000 images under Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.  In other words, this is 375,000 images to use as you like, free of charge and without any restrictions. There are photos of artworks and different historical items in the collection. Show More Summary

A Tourist Is Met With an Unsurprising Response After Loudly Announcing Her Arrival to New York City

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

In 2016, an obviously excited tourist gleefully declared to her selfie-stick that she had finally arrived in New York City. Because it was nighttime and she was being rather loud, an off-camera voice very unsurprisingly (and appropriately) told her to “shut the fuck up”. This utterance quickly turned her mood from glad to sad in […]

New York Today: New York Today: They Met on the Subway, and Married

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Tuesday: Subway love stories, a special election, and the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Review: If you've never met the Demon Barber, get to this 'Sweeney Todd'

In Chicago and New York, "Sweeney Todd — the Demon Barber of Fleet Street" generally has devolved into a close shave. The reasons are partly canonical. Ghosts of past productions now loom over the gothic masterwork by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler; directors feel the press of the famous barber's...

After quiet Yankee and Met offseasons, NY baseball finally 'back'

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Remember when baseball ruled the roost in New York and regularly dominated the headlines, not only all summer, but in these winter months?

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