A New York Times op ed discusses research on what Exxon knew about climate change and when. Guess what? They knew and didn't admit it publicly. Anyone surprised? Would you?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two Harvard University researchers said in a study published on Wednesday they had collected scientific data proving Exxon Mobil Corp made "explicit factual misrepresentations" in newspaper ads it purchased to convey its views on the oil industry and climate science.
John Leguizamo‘s free-wheeling tour through the history of Latinx people, especially in North and South America, will re-open on Broadway this fall, after acclaimed runs at the Public Theater in New York and California’s Berkeley Repertory Theater. Show More Summary
The iconic New York alternative weekly is the latest print publication to shutter its physical media doors. Village Voice owner Peter Barbey released a statement yesterday announcing the Voice’s print closure but assured readers the publication would continue to operate online, reports Poynter. Show More Summary
President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have publicly traded barbs in the recent past. The New York Times reported Tuesday that the two men “have not spoken to each other in weeks, and Mr. McConnell has privately expressed uncertainty that Mr. Show More Summary
Moniker International Art Fair announced it will debut a New York City edition during New York Frieze week, open to the public May 3-6, 2017 at Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY. In the United Kingdom, Moniker has established...Show More Summary
As Donald Trump's incomprehensible incompetence continues to dominate the 24-hour news cycle at a stunning clip, New York magazine has a lengthy meditation on the catastrophic damage Ben Carson is doing to public housing as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Show More Summary
The Times collected data on the racial makeup at several major cultural institutions as Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to tie public funding to diversity.
by Dan Savage NYT: The Village Voice, the left-leaning independent weekly New York City newspaper, announced on Tuesday that it will end print publication. The paper’s owner, Peter Barbey, said in a statement that the move was intended...Show More Summary
Ai Weiwei is returning to New York City - and he's planning to install fences around 300 sites in one of his largest public art projects to date. According to the artist, “Good Fences Make New Neighbors” is a reaction to “a retreat from the essential attitude of openness” in American politics.[...]
(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) Contrary to media reports, the opioid epidemic on New York's Staten Island is not confined to affluent young white residents, and affects all neighborhoods, races, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Show More Summary
Sotheby?s announced the full offerings of their Asia Week sales of Chinese works of art, Chinese paintings and calligraphy. With exhibitions opening to the public on 8 September, visitors to New York headquarters will be able to experience all facets of Asian Art ? pottery, bronzes, jades, ceramics, sculptures, paintings and calligraphy. Show More Summary
Officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have met with Spotify executives to examine its plans of bypassing the initial public offering (IPO) market and listing shares directly on the New York Stock Exchange, according to Bloomberg. Such direct listings, rare on major stock exchanges, tend to involve small companies moving from the over-the-counter […]
Release: The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law and Protect Democracy filed a lawsuit today in federal court in New York to compel the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Office of Management and Budget … Continue reading ?
Tom D’Agostino hasn’t missed a beat — after his very public split from Real Housewives of New York star, Luann de Lesseps. Tom was spotted in NYC recently with a blonde tagged as messy Missy — the woman who was originally nudged out of Tom’s arms by the Bravoleb. Missy haunted several filmed social events, and […]
The 1959 documentary Jazz on a Summer's Day, screening on August 23 at the New York Public Library, is considered one of the first music festival films. The post A Jazz Documentary on a Summer’s Day appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Gov. Cuomo's signature public works project is about to begin carrying commuters across the Hudson River in the New York City suburbs.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signature public works project, a $4 billion bridge to be named after his father, is about to begin carrying commuters across the Hudson River in … Click to Continue »
In a bar in Manhattan that is covered in art, lives the last public place Ludwig Bemelmans' whimsy plays a big part. The story of the feisty literary heroine Madeline begins in Paris, but the girl with the red hair and big yellow hat travels all around the world in the books written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans. Show More Summary
There is a recurring theme in public discussions, seemingly embraced by everyone from Steve Bannon to columnists at the New York Times and Washington Post, that we should use protectionist measures to try to keep China from overtaking the U.S. Show More Summary