The course — built by New York City, designed in part by Jack Nicklaus and run by the Trump Organization — has greens fees about three times as high as the city’s other courses.
After several slanted stories seemingly designed to cripple the nascent Scott Walker for president campaign before it has even been launched, the New York Times descended into utter silliness in its latest snipe at the Wisconsin Governor: He's allergic to dog dander. That was the actual subject of a front-page Times story on Wednesday by political reporter Jason Horowitz.
Reinier Gerritsen doesn’t think books will be around much longer. That’s why you see them everywhere you look in his series, “The Last Book,” which is on display at New York City’s Julie Saul Gallery through Feb. 7. Like aShow More Summary
Last night, I spent some time at Bowery Ballroom and caught MisterWives' Our Own House Tour. The tour, which kicked off this past February, finally made it to the band's hometown of New York City. NYC did not disappoint in welcoming them home, selling out the venue in 30 minutes. Show More Summary
Listen up, ladies: It’s time to forget everything you’ve ever read about gender inequality in the academic sciences, because a recent op-ed in the New York Times proclaims once and for all that “Academic Science Isn’t Sexist.” While its authors, Stephen J. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s email scandal has even been too egregious for the liberal media to completely ignore. The New York Times’ Nick Confessore is the latest journalist to express his doubts about Clinton’s explanation of why she not only used a private email server, but why the server was wiped clean. Confessore appeared Monday on MSNBC’s Now […]
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As Lincoln's newest spokesperson, Matthew McConaughey, said during his role on True Detective: Time is a flat circle. At the New York International Auto Show, which opened on April 1, Lincoln showed off its remake of the old classic,...Show More Summary
Honda may have only just torn the camouflage from its new Civic Type R hot hatch, but it’s quickly becoming time for an all-new range to swing into view. The Japanese carmaker has used this week’s New York Auto Show to surprise fans with a new concept that previews what it promises will be an “epic” new Civic range. Show More Summary
I was very struck by Timothy Rub's comments to reporters from The New York Times in the discussion over whether or not North American museums should "repatriate" --- a loaded word? --- antiquities to their countries of origin (Tom Mashberg and Graham Bowley, "Islamic State Destruction Renews Debate Over Repatriation of Antiquities", March 30, 2015). Show More Summary
And the 'New York Times' Men's Style section debuts this Friday.
Chris Rock at the 2012 premiere of What to Expect When You’re Expecting in New York. (David Shankbone / CC BY-SA 3.0) Chris Rock took a selfie after being pulled over by police while driving Tuesday, documenting the third time in...Show More Summary
Last week I had an overall pleasant stay at a hotel in upstate New York. People were nice, my room was pleasant, the bathroom recently renovated, etc. I checked in around 930pm, getting to my room just in time to watch an episode of Property Brothers and go to bed. Show More Summary
The New York Auto Show is kicking off this week at the Javits Center in Manhattan. I've spent the past 10 years in Los Angeles, a city whose automotive extravaganza starts off "car show" season in November. There's always a strong sense...Show More Summary
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) “was indicted on federal corruption charges on Wednesday, setting the stage for a bitter court fight and putting his political future in doubt,” the New York Times reports. “Mr. Menendez was charged with seven counts of [...]
During an interview with "Fox & Friends" Wednesday morning, Rick Santorum said the Islamic State quoted him more accurately than one of the country's most respected news organizations. In addition to committing barbarous acts of violence across large swathes of the Middle East, ISIS also happens to publish a propaganda magazine called Dabiq. Show More Summary
Rolls-Royce creates lots of special-edition cars, so it's probably good that the venerable luxury marque has no shortage of sources for inspiration. After building cars inspired by an Alpine time trial and the modern metropolis, it's now made one inspired by one of its own films. And the World Stood Still, a film originally created to launch the...
Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), a potential 2016 presidential candidate, thinks the Islamic State's propaganda has done a better job at quoting him than The New York Times. In a Fox News interview on Wednesday, Santorum said...Show More Summary
Gary Dahl, best known for inventing and marketing the Pet Rock in the 1970s, passed away on March 23 at age 78. The New York Times’ obituary published Tuesday quoted a Newsweek story about Dahl from the July 14, 1980 issue, which called...Show More Summary
The New York Times ran an interesting article back in January by Adam Frank titled "Is Climate Disaster Inevitable?" This piece posed an intriguing answer to this puzzling question: Where are all the extraterrestrials? (If you thinkShow More Summary