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Getting Called Out For A Slur Taught Me How To Take Criticism

You can ask someone to rethink the language they use without mocking or belittling them–and probably, you’ll both feel better about it. Here’s how. It didn’t take long for me to embarrass myself in public after moving to New York City...Show More Summary

Sex, drugs, activism, and war take center stage in New York Public Library's new exhibition

9 hours agoArts : Artdaily

History repeats itself at The New York Public Library. Timothy Leary?s first-hand account of an LSD trip; Tom Wolfe?s notes about Haight-Ashbury for his book The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test; Gloria Steinem?s letter to the New York Times?...Show More Summary

GOP House Rep Used Public Funds To Settle Sex Suit

16 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New York Times reports: Representative Patrick Meehan, a Pennsylvania Republican who has taken a leading role in fighting sexual harassment in Congress, used thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to settle his own misconduct complaint...Show More Summary

Your Attention and Patience is Required to Read the Sign

21 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

A notice of a public hearing in Hempstead, New York, is impossible to read. Don't even try it, you might hurt yourself. It's not just a design gone wrong. This is an example of malicious compliance, or following the letter of the law while undermining the spirit of the law, like the "small print" on a contract that gets smaller every year. Show More Summary

HOW PUBLIC UNIONS ENTHRALLED THE U.S.: Even labor-friendly Paris uses fewer workers than New York Ci…

HOW PUBLIC UNIONS ENTHRALLED THE U.S.: Even labor-friendly Paris uses fewer workers than New York City, and for a fraction of the cost. American public unions pervert the process: A new paper from Michael Lovenheim and Alexander Willen finds that “Using data from the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, we demonstrate that collective bargaining […]

Jets Player Robby Anderson Arrested, Threatens to Nut in Eye of Cop's Wife

Early Friday morning, Robby Anderson, wide receiver for the New York Jets (a football team), was arrested. The charges include reckless driving, resisting arrest, evading police, and threatening a public servant. But those charges barely scratch the surface. Among other things... Show More Summary

Tim Tebow invited to Mets major league camp for spring training

The Mets aren’t backing down from the Tim Tebow experiment/publicity stunt. The other New York baseball team announced that the former Heisman Trophy winner had been invited to their major league spring training camp (as opposed to spring training with the other low-minor players). Tebow was definitely good at the box office last season, less [more]

WHY NOTHING WORKS: Even labor-friendly Paris uses fewer workers than New York City, and for a fract…

WHY NOTHING WORKS: Even labor-friendly Paris uses fewer workers than New York City, and for a fraction of the cost. American public unions pervert the process. Take a look at the cost schedule for American government services, and you are likely to walk away boggled. Who are all these people working for the government? Why […]

Sudan arrests journalists, confiscates papers for reporting on inflation protests

New York, January 18, 2017--Sudanese authorities should cease harassing and arresting journalists and confiscating newspapers, and should allow journalists to report on matters of public interest without fear of reprisal, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today....

New York Today: New York Today: Street Philosophy

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Thursday: Philosophers talk to the public, the New York Jewish Film Festival and milder weather.

Biz news: UK pianist signs with Cami

The highly promising Alexander Ullman, 26, has won an agency contract with the New York giant, Cami. They are playing up his Britishness with a publicity photo featuring a classic London cab.

Heritage Trails NY, 20 Years Later

As an extension of its exhibition, MILLENNIUM: Lower Manhattan in the 1990s, the Skyscraper Museum has launched an update of Heritage Trails New York, a "digital reconstruction [of] a landmark public history project focused on lowerShow More Summary

Joe Frank, Unique Public Radio Monologuist, Dead At 79

He began his career in free-form radio at WBAI, New York City's Pacifica affiliate, and - after a brief, unlikely stint as host of NPR's Weekend All Things Considered - spent decades at Southern California's KCRW. Ira Glass was once one of his production assistants; he and host Madeleine Brand remember Frank in this audio […]

DeMar DeRozan fined for public criticism of NBA officiating

NEW YORK -- Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan has been fined $15,000 for public criticism of the officiating, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.

What Met musicians do when Peter Gelb’s not looking

They give a free concert – today, at 4pm.   Members of the MET Orchestra will be joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer at The New York Public Library’s Harry Belafonte Branch to perform a “Musical Read-Aloud!” Robert Miller, husband of MET Orchestra violinist Elena Barere (pictured above), has composed an original score to […]

Ashleigh Banfield Slams Aziz Ansari Accuser On HLN

Ashleigh Banfield had a few choice words for the New York photographer who anonymously told the publication Babe that she felt “victimized” after a date with Master of None star Aziz Ansari. In an open letter on her HLN show Crime &Show More Summary

Padding Hours to 'Look Busy' Doesn't Pay

You'd think that after making partner, you wouldn't have to pretend to be working when another partner walks by. However, for one New York attorney facing public censure, he's learning the hard lesson that there's a big difference between juggling content around on a computer monitor and falsifying your......

Cuomo: Trump immigration remark ugly, disgusting, repulsive

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says President Donald Trump's use of a vulgar word to describe African nations were ugly, disgusting and repulsive. After a public event Friday morning on … Click to Continue »

Brooks Column Did Not Age Well

Jonathan Chait: “Four days ago, David Brooks broke the news in the New York Times that President Trump is actually a sober-minded and competent public servant.” Wrote Brooks: “People who go into the White House to have a meeting with [...]

Definers Public Affairs, Group Known for Stalking And Harassing Climate Advocates, Hired By EPA To Run Media War Room

12/21/2017 Update: The New York Times reports that Definers and the EPA decided to drop the contract after news broke that one of the company's top lawyers had previously been digging for  EPA employees who had criticized the Trump administration. A...Show More Summary

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