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Class up your emojis with the NYPLEmoji Twitter bot - CNET

9 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

A new Twitter bot designed by the New York Public Library responds to emojis with relevant selections from its vast array of old images.

Nonprofit asking Clinton, Trump to stop campaigning on 9/11

NEW YORK (AP) — A national organization promoting Sept. 11 as a day of public service and remembrance is asking presidential candidates to stop campaigning and running political ads on the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks. TheShow More Summary

Morton Schindel, Who Turned Children’s Books Into Animated Films, Dies at 98

Inspired by a trip to the children’s room of the New York Public Library, the filmmaker sought to preserve the books’ lush illustrations when animating them.

Bryant Park to use location-based data to learn more about visitor habits

Just about anyone who's worked in midtown Manhattan or visited the impressive New York Public Library on 5th Ave has spent break or rest time at Bryant Park, which sits adjacent to the library... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYPL Opens Permanent Library at Rikers Island

On July 26, New York Public Library (NYPL) launched the first permanent public library location at Rikers Island, East Elmhurst, NY, New York City’s main jail complex and one of the world’s largest correctional institutions. NYPL’s Correctional...Show More Summary

John Mara: Giants Were Aware Of Josh Brown Arrest And "Were Comfortable" Re-Signing Him

20 hours agoSports : Deadspin

New York Giants owner John Mara made his first public comments today on the domestic violence allegations against kicker Josh Brown that led to his one-game suspension.Speaking to reporters during team practice, Mara said the team was “certainly aware of the arrest” when Brown was re-signed in 2015, per the New York Daily News. Show More Summary

LuAnn de Lesseps Forgives Her Fiancé for Frenching an Ex the Night Before Their Engagement Party

20 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

In an interview with People, LuAnn de Lesseps of Real Housewives of New York has publicly forgiven her fiancé Tom D’Agostino (not of the grocery D’Agostinos) for making out with another woman at the bar of the Regency Hotel on the night before their engagement party. Aw! True love (for attention) really does conquer all! Read more...

Gitmo Detainee Seen Publicly for 1st Time in 14 Years

Between his capture by the CIA in Pakistan in 2002 and his appearance at a US government hearing Tuesday, Abu Zubaydah lost his left eye. How remains unclear (Dexter Filkins dedicates an entire piece to the question at the New Yorker ), but other details of what happened to him...

WGA Reaches Deal For New Contract With Public TV

The WGA East and West have reached an agreement with public television stations WGBH Boston and WNET New York on terms for a new three-year contract covering writers employed on such shows such as Frontline, Nova, American Experience...Show More Summary

Iowa FB’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Would be the Highest Paid Public Employee in Nine States, Including NY

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

A strength and conditioning coach for the University of Iowa football team makes more than any public employee in the state of New York.

This is Your Ultimate Guide To Finding Extended Size Shoes

For Glamour, by Lauren Chan. We’re two minutes into pedicures at Tenoverten in New York City when my guest Kilee Hughes looks at her feet and says, “I come from a line of giants.” I was treating Hughes, founder of her own public relations...Show More Summary

Want To Boost Innovation? Here Are The 3 Books You Need To Read Next

Exploring new ideas is the key to boosting innovation. John Balow, Curator for Business, History and Social Sciences at The New York Public Library shared his top three picks for getting the creative juices flowing.

Cuomo Throws Shade All Over De Blasio's Summer Vacation

Mayor de Blasio is on vacation again, which is good for the groundhogs that have been slowly trying to take over City Hall, but not so good for his public image. "De Blasio would rather be on vacation than deal with New York!" one Post headline screams. Show More Summary

Here’s What Happens When Vigilante Art Critic Eric André Is Set Loose in NYC

If you give Eric André a microphone, he's going to say some expletives. The host of Adult Swim's The Eric André Show toured midtown Manhattan with us recently, critiquing New York City's public artwork. André may not be formally trained in art, but his criticism certainly is... colorful. ... More »

Tommy Hilfiger Show to Include 40-Foot Ferris Wheel, Public Carnival and Gigi Hadid

"See now, buy now" is in full effect, people. And on Friday, Sept. 9, Tommy Hilfiger will apply the buzzy industry practice towards his own show at New York Fashion Week. The designer, known for his elaborate runway sets, will take over Pier 16 at South Street Seaport and transform it... Continue reading

China's Anbang seeks IPO pitches from banks - Bloomberg

(Reuters) - China's Anbang Insurance Group Co, which owns New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel, has approached banks about a planned Hong Kong initial public offering next year, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing sources.  Anbang has asked investment banks to submit proposals by the end of this week, Bloomberg reported. Show More Summary

Why on Earth Are We Allowing the Homeland Security Department into Public High Schools?

About 15 high schools in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, New York and California now boast their own formalized Homeland Security programs. The following is an excerpt from the new book A Curriculum of Fear by Nicole Nguyen (Minnesota...Show More Summary

Networks Silent on Clinton Aide’s Ties to Radical Muslim Journal

A major report broke in the New York Post on Sunday that laid out top Hillary Clinton Aide Huma Abedin’s past where she worked for a radical Muslim journal. “For a decade [Abedin] edited a radical Muslim publication that opposed women’s rights and blamed the US for 9/11,” wrote the Post’s Paul Sperry. Show More Summary

New York City artist captures seen & unseen in the Garment District

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

The Garment District Alliance unveiled a window exhibit by New York City-based artist Geoffrey Stein, which is the latest in its ongoing series of public art installations. The display showcases five acrylic paintings, titled E.F., NYC Watertower, Foggy Empire State Building, Night Shadows and Night Traffic. Show More Summary

The Science of Diffusion and the Spread of Public Policy

A research team at New York University (NYU) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) collaborated on merging the domains of heath policy with network science and dynamical systems to help understand the mechanisms of policy diffusion in the same way we understand the diffusion of one substance into another. Their findings are discussed in Chaos.

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