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New York to Consider Ban on Religious Exemptions for Child Vaccinations

A proposal has been put forth to ban religious exemptions for immunizations of public schools students in New York State.

#TheEmptyChair Amplifies Conversation About Sexual Assault

'A provocative New York magazine cover featuring a photo of 35 women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault is the latest in a growing movement of survivors publicly sharing their stories.' -- via NPR

Reform Rabbis Condemn Attacks on Planned Parenthood, Call on Jewish Community to Voice Support for Reproductive Rights to Congress, Public

13 hours agoReligion / Judaism : Jewschool

  CCAR Slams Deceptive Media Campaign and Congressional Calls to Defund Planned Parenthood, Urges Members to call Congress in Support of Choice Ahead of Possible Senate Vote   New York, N.Y. – July 30, 2015 –The Central Conference of...Show More Summary

SoulCycle: An explainer for those who never joined the fitness cult

Your favorite spinning studio-slash-cult is going public. SoulCycle filed for an IPO on Thursday with an $100 million fundraising target. The spinning studio — which was born in New York but has since expanded to a number of locations including the Hamptons, Los Angeles, and Boston — earned $112 million in revenue in 2014, according to its filing. Show More Summary

Lupita Nyong’o Is Starring in “Eclipsed” at NY’s Public Theater: Links You Need to See

Lupita Nyong’o will be making her New York theater debut this fall at the Public Theater, in Eclipsed, a play that is, as the Public’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis described it, “a feminist reading of the Liberian Civil War, a war that was ended by women.” …Read More


15 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

AM:PR is a full-service boutique fashion public relations agency. Based out of New York City, AM:PR caters to both established and emerging designers for their branding needs. Since its inception, AM:PR’s track record for success in celebrity, editorial and event driven public relations has grown... Continue reading

Too Close for Comfort: The Social Significance of New York City's Public Pools

This week, New York City temperatures are topping out in the mid-90s, and finding water to cool off can become a blood sport. While many urbanites spend time plotting how to scam their way into Soho House or better befriend those with Hamptons digs, the city's municipal pools may be fairly called the "unsung heroes" of the summer. Show More Summary

Roger Partners and ASD unveil plans for a new public pier in St. Petersburg, Florida

New York studio Rogers Partners, landscape architect Ken Smith and local firm ASD were selected to design the new hybrid pier and park that will replace the existing inverted-pyramid structure in St Petersburg, Florida. The city council approved the for

The World's Longest Urban Gondola Is Growing Into a Huge Network 

19 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Adding public transit in dense, complicated urban centers normally means a hugely expensive and extremely slow undertaking—just look at New York’s Second Avenue subway, which has been underway for decades. La Paz, Bolivia, has found a better way. Read more...

MoMA Releases Data On 125,000 Art Works To The Public

20 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is not just one of the most famous museums in the world, is also trying to give back to the public somewhat as well. Not only has it proudly embraced Creative Commons by displaying CC's own...Show More Summary

The New York Times’ humiliating Judith Miller déjà vu: How its Hillary investigation went so wrong

Deputy executive editor Matt Purdy blames the publication's sources for its erroneous reporting. Sound familiar?

Will Dana, Rolling Stone Managing Editor, To Leave In Wake Of Retracted Gang Rape Article

 NEW YORK -- Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, is leaving the publication in August, four months after the magazine retracted a bogus story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia, a spokeswoman confirmed.  Dana,...Show More Summary

The Public Still Can't See The Eric Garner Grand Jury Records, Court Rules

The public still can't look at transcripts from the grand jury investigation into the death of Eric Garner, a New York appeals court ruled Wednesday. A four-judge panel from New York’s Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department,Show More Summary

Auction bids a bust for Band of Outsiders; brand to remain in hands of creditor

The intellectual property and inventory of the L.A.-based Band of Outsiders brand that went under the gavel at public auction Wednesday morning in New York City will remain in the hands of the Belgian fashion fund that organized the sale.

New York City’s Oldest Public Art Is Pompeii Ancient

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

New York City has public art that's older than the city itself.

Redesigned LaGuardia Airport to Include Ferry Terminal

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Delta Air Lines are set to overhaul New York’s notoriously outdated and publically criticized LaGuardia Airport,

The Story Behind New York Magazine's Powerful Cosby Cover

New York mag's photography director, Jody Quon, on the cover's creation and hearing the women's stories firsthand. By now you've likely seen the cover of this week's New York Magazine. Thirty-five of the 46 women who have publicly accused...Show More Summary

Bankers have been hated since Jesus' day

Wall Street may never be able to change its public image. That is according to multibillionaire business magnate Michael Bloomberg. "We've been throwing the money changers out of the temples since Jesus' day," the former New York City...Show More Summary

Twitter’s Dorsey goes candid

In his first earnings call with investors as head of a public company, Jack Dorsey decided to go for candid. ||| New York - In his first earnings call with investors as head of a public company, Jack Dorsey decided to go for candid. With...Show More Summary

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