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Major presentation of new work by Jenny Holzer on view at Hauser & Wirth Zurich

7 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Hauser & Wirth Zürich is staging a major presentation of new work by Jenny Holzer, the New York based artist celebrated for her inimitable use of language and interventions in the public sphere. Combining sensory experience with poetic, political and personal texts, Holzer creates a powerful tension between the realms of feeling and knowledge. Show More Summary

Every lie Trump has told as president, a very long list by the New York Times

8 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Trump told public lies or falsehoods every single day of his first 40 days in office, and he hasn't stopped yet. (more…)

Courthouse ICE Arrests Are Making Immigrants 'Sitting Ducks,' Lawyers Warn

A 2017 spike in Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests in New York City courthouses is scaring immigrants who might otherwise attend a scheduled court appearance or seek legal assistance, according to a coalition of public defenders and advocates. Show More Summary

Shakespeare and the politics of our age: Trump, 'Julius Caesar' and now 'Richard II'

Shakespeare clearly lies outside the right-wing attack machine’s area of expertise. While Breitbart News and friends were busy waging a full-scale war against the New York Public Theater’s production of “Julius Caesar” in Central Park, there wasn’t even a Drudge Report blip on “King Richard II,”...

France's Altice USA surges in New York market debut (Update)

Altice USA shares rallied Thursday in their New York market debut after the telecom group controlled by French billionaire Patrick Drahi raised some $1.9 billion in an initial public offering.

Terrance Hayes Named New Poetry Editor of The New York Times

Terrance Hayes has been named the new poetry editor of the New York Times. Hayes will be stepping into the role after Matthew Zapruder’s tenure as Times editor is officially over this month. “Mr. Hayes, 45, the weekly publication’s third poetry editor, will choose poems and write brief introductions for them. He begins his role […]

Hearing set on fate of board member who insulted Obamas

A one-time candidate for governor of New York who publicly insulted former President Barack Obama and his wife may be booted off the Buffalo School Board. A hearing is scheduled … Click to Continue »

New York proposes changes to solid waste regulations

New York regulators are taking public comments on proposed changes to solid waste management rules. The Department of Environmental Conservation launched a comprehensive revision of solid waste regulations in February … Click to Continue »

Roger Waters speaks out on a grand scale with new album, Us + Them tour

The notion of artist as provocateur has sparked considerable heat lately, what with Kathy Griffin’s incendiary representation of President Trump and the Public Theater in New York’s allusion to Trump in its new production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.” The reaction to public, governmental and...

NYPD public service campaign tells drug users to call 911 when they overdose

A New York Police Department public service campaign aims to alert drug users—and witnesses—that they won't be arrested if they call 911 during an overdose emergency. The campaign will... To view the full story, click the title link...

Most Americans say Republican healthcare plan will be harmful: Reuters/Ipsos poll

NEW YORK (Reuters) - When U.S. Senate Republicans unveil their plan to overhaul America's healthcare system, they will face a skeptical public that already does not buy the justification for an earlier version that passed the House of Representatives, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday. 

The NYPL's Rose Reading Room's Ceiling Broke Again, But It's Fine!

On Tuesday afternoon, the New York Public Library had another ceiling issue in their beloved Rose Main Reading Room. Following the incident, which was due to human error (and was not an issue with the ceiling itself) they released the...Show More Summary

I flew United on the budget ticket that is making some customers furious — here's why I'll never do it again

Less than a month after the highly publicized incident of a United Airlines passenger being forcibly dragged off an overbooked flight, I needed to purchase a return airline ticket from Austin, Texas to the New York City area. On a tight travel budget, I was on the hunt for the most affordable ticket with the shortest travel time. Show More Summary

High Line Network will advise similar adaptive reuse projects around the country

It’s about sharing knowledge to improve social equity Soon after the 2009 opening of the first phase of New York City’s High Line park, other cities around the globe began copying its model—repurposing aging infrastructure as public space. Show More Summary

Nobody Wants to Work on Friday Afternoons

Come summer, nobody is actually working on Friday afternoons. By tomorrow morning, workers are already day-dreaming about slipping away early. That's why Sabina Gault, who runs a public relations firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Austin, decided to formally give her employees that already slow afternoon off. Show More Summary

Former NFL Offensive Tackle Comes Out [VIDEO]

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New York Daily News reports: Former Patriots and Chiefs offensive tackle Ryan O’Callaghan publicly came out on Tuesday, saying that he strongly considered committing suicide before he received support from the Kansas City organization. Show More Summary

Vermont signs onto lake cleanup plan with New York, Quebec

Officials from Vermont, New York, Quebec and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are pledging to combine their efforts to reduce pollution in Lake Champlain. Vermont Public Radio reports ( ) … Click to Continue »

Extra, Extra: Sean Spicer Looking For Someone To Be The New Sean Spicer

Because Jared Kushner spoke in public, check out today's end-of-day links: Mahershala Ali profile, Hamptonites at war over helicopters, history of NY Times use of 'gay,' Jeremiah's Vanishing New York identity, trash rat, and pets with dad bods. Show More Summary

Hidden Queer Histories Of Two Cities: Queens, NY, and Brighton, UK

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Two exhibitions will open to the public in the next few weeks that aim to share previously untold histories of their local LGBT communities. In Queens, New York, The Lavender Line recounts the coming out story of LGBT activism in the borough; in Brighton, England, personal objects offer a narrative glimpse into the lives of... Read more »

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