Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees returned to Panama for the first time in 67 years on Saturday, offering one final goodbye to Mariano Rivera and bringing the career of the game's greatest closer full circle.
Long after Vice.com's eye-opening expose of unpaid interns at allegedly progressive media outlets (“Exploited Laborers of the Liberal Media”), the hypocrisy of the Left continues. BuzzFeed reported The New York Times published an editorial on Sunday praising New York University and Columbia for moving away from unpaid internships. Show More Summary
With coaching legend Phil Jackson set to join the New York Knicks as team president, it was only a matter of time before the inevitable avalanche of pie-in-the-sky stories about the "Lord of the 13 Rings" luring the best player on the...Show More Summary
A Democratic lawmaker told the New York Times that President Barack Obama is becoming "poisonous" to Democratic candidates who are facing an uphill battle in the Nov. 4 midterm elections. Driving Democratic fears are Obama's low approval ratings and the unpopularity of Obamacare. Show More Summary
Veronica Mars is back! Three of the leading men from the series - Ryan Hansen, Jason Dohring, and Percy Daggs III - spoke about the effort of taking their characters from the small to big screen during a recent visit to our New York studio. Show More Summary
Glenn McDuffie was 18 years old the day World War II ended. Having just exited a New York subway station at Times Square, McDuffie, a sailor, heard the news, grabbed a nurse and kissed her. Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt captured the the moment, which became synonymous with V-J day—August 14, 1945. McDuffie died March 9 in Dallas. Show More Summary
If there is one place that I love, it’s New York. I worked there on and off for five years and boy I can’t wait to go back. I’m going back at the end of this month to take a class but I’m so ready to be there full time. New York is such a magical place and it’s so easy to fall in love with. Show More Summary
An op-ed in this morning’s New York Times extolls the virtues of Kurzarbeit, the German system for promoting shared work rather than unemployment. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of this program; it’s a common theme among labor-oriented...Show More Summary
(Photo: KING5) It was August 14, 1945 in Times Square of New York City. Word reached the city that Japan had surrendered to the Allies. World War II was finally over! There was wild jubilation in the streets. Glenn Edward McDuffie, a sailor in the United States Navy, was in a celebratory mood. Show More Summary
In hardcover:Kim Harrison’s The Undead Pool debuts at number 1.Andy Weir's The Martian is down one spot, finishing the week at number 12. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep is up one position, ending the week at number 20. Show More Summary
On this day in 1972, Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather had its debut screening in New York City. “The lights come on, and it was the eeriest feeling of all time: there was not one sound. No applause. The audience sat there, stunned,” producer Albert S. Ruddy … Read More
Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias are under-reported on death certificates and medical records. Recently we published two articles on Alzheimer's death rates and mortality, Alzheimer's 5 to 6 Times Deadlier Than Previously Reported Alzheimer's is the Third Leading Cause of Death. Show More Summary
New research this week from eMarketer predicted a $1.4 billion drop in spending on desktop search advertising this year. The Google impact was latched on to quickly, with even the New York Times pontificating about what risk this posed the search giant. But what few people figured is that money flowing between desktop and mobile is all money...
• Success through stillness. Music mogul and New York Times bestselling author Russell Simmons explains how meditation is the most fundamental key to success. • How can America turn from moral and economic destruction back to greatness? Faith and Freedom Coalition founder and chairman Ralph Reed explains his practical steps in his new book, Awakening.
In today's New York Times, Mark Oppenheimer profiles the prolific atheist author S. T. Joshi:
After the recent 3.1 Phillip Lim editorial, Florida-based retailer UNKNWN busts out another Augmented Reality editorial. This time around they focused on New York City fashion mainstay Thom Browne’s current accessory and swimwear lineup… Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2014 Editorial by UNKNWN is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
The festival is planning a metro showcase. Interestingly enough, not at Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center. ‘COMPLETE ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SCHOOL (ABRIDGED)’ COMES TO NEW YORK, APRIL 16 For the first time, Aspen brings its artistic work to a New York stage. The innovative evening at SubCulture will be hosted by Aspen […]
The New York Times report follows earlier indications that the plane deliberately changed direction after disappearing from civilian radar.
EXCLUSIVE: Director/screenwriter Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story) has optioned the No. 1 New York Times bestselling biography Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune written by Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter Bill Dedman and Paul Clark Newell, Jr. Show More Summary
After days of speculation and unconfirmed reports, we finally know for sure that Phil Jackson is being brought in to head up the New York Knicks' front office. Both The New York Times and USA Today are reporting that Jackson's hire as the Knicks' new president will be officially announced on Tuesday. Read more...