Viewpoints, an exhibition at the New York Public Library, features an impressive array of photographs made in Latin America by local photographers as well as foreigners. The post From Daily Life to Scientific Explorations, Photos of Latin America Between 1860 and Today appeared first on Hyperallergic.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S.-based Turkish basketball player Enes Kanter was back in the United States on Monday and poised to speak publicly about being detained after his Turkish passport was canceled because of what he described as his "political views."
Lawmakers in New York are debating whether to add electronic cigarettes to the state's ban on smoking in public areas like workplaces, bars and restaurants. The state Assembly already has … Click to Continue »
New York state has begun an initiative to get the public outside to connect with nature. I BIRD NY was unveiled Friday at the Utica Marsh Wildlife Management Area in … Click to Continue »
Neon camouflage bodysuits, tutus and patent leather boots. Heated debates about dresses and ice cream flavors. It’s all in a day’s work at the New York Public Library.
Sotheby's New York and The Advanced Imaging Society's Virtual Reality Society are partnering to host a two-day festival called "Art of Virtual Reality" to raise public awareness about VR (via VR And Fun). The exhibit, scheduled to take...Show More Summary
A serious-looking report from Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.The report is based on an analysis of news reports in the print editions of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and...Show More Summary
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) is expected to plead guilty on Friday to a federal obscenity charge, The New York Times first reported. Weiner turned himself over to FBI on Friday morning, according to the publication. The plea,Show More Summary
"He steps into the role two months after the death of editor Robert B. Silvers, who, with Barbara Epstein, founded the publication in 1963.... This makes Buruma just the third editor in NYRB's history, and gives him reign [sic] over a publication that has existed throughout its entire history in the image of its […]
The New York Review of Books has named Ian Buruma, a frequent and longtime contributor, as its next editor. He steps into the role two months after the death of editor Robert B. Silvers, who, with Barbara Epstein, founded the publication in 1963. Epstein and Silvers co-edited the publication until Epstein's death in 2006, when...
White House press secretary Sean Spicer might soon be stripped of his daily press briefing duties, according to reports this week in The New York Times and Politico. Politico reported that President Donald Trump is thinking about "scaling...Show More Summary
A bill currently on the table which would require electronics companies to sell replacement parts and service tools to the general public is being challenged by a lobbyist group being funded by Apple.
Public Kitchen is coming to Ian Schrager’s Public Hotel in June
Gervonta Davis and Liam Walsh participated in public workouts on Wednesday at the legendary York Hall in advance of this Saturday’s IBF Junior Lightweight World Championship on SHOWTIME from Copper Box Arena in London. (Photo credit Lawrence Lustig/SHOWTIME) SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® Coverage Begins At 6 p.m. Show More Summary
James Comey, meticulous public servant that he was, documented every encounter he had with Trump in the form of memos which memorialized them. The New York Times is breaking the news that one of these memos details pressure Trump brought...Show More Summary
New York Times Public Editor Liz Spayd conducted a rather cagey and testy talk with Adrienne LaFrance of The Atlantic Monthly. Perhaps Spayd sensed that her interlocutor was armed for bear: The Atlantic journalist comes off almost accusatory...Show More Summary
The incoming president of the New York Philharmonic told it as it is to the new crop of emerging musicians: ‘Orchestras can no longer rely on old-fashioned subscription models. Music education is not guaranteed in public schools, and in a positive sense the entire history of classical music can all be streamed online for free. […]
Emily VanCamp is positively glowing on the red carpet at the 2017 Fox Upfronts held at Central Park’s Wollman Rink on Monday (May 15) in New York City. The 31-year-old actress showed off her engagement ring in public for the first time after revealing that she is getting ready to tie the knot with longtime [...]
I started my career as a teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in 1993. If you had visited MLK or any New York City public school back then and suggested the biggest problem facing students... To view the full story, click the title link.
Preet Bharara, the former US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, asked in a Washington Post op-ed on Sunday: "Are there still public servants who are prepared to say no to the president?" Bharara, who, like FBI Director James...Show More Summary