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1 hr ago | Hyperallergic
Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, "The waterfall Kivach. Suna River, 1915" . Every few months another publication seems to discover the hauntingly beautiful images by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, who was a pioneer of color photography.
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5 hrs ago | The Real Deal
New York City artists are used to losing their studio space to the forces of gentrification, whether it be in Soho or Greenpoint.
9 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
What do Mr. Peanut, DC Comics' The Penguin, Sesame Street's The Count and the future breed of hipsters all have in common? Why that would be the monocle, of course.
SXSW is a veritable playground for journalists, with panels catering to media professionals and -- most importantly -- no shortage of free food.
As clocks spring ahead across the country, it's worth remembering a New York Borough President for winding up the Daylight Saving Time movement to national acceptance.
One New York City resident, for instance, hired an unlicensed, untrained "broker" to help with an apartment search through TaskRabbit, a website that finds people to do odd jobs such as assembling Ikea furniture.
This Sept. 20, 2010 file photo shows musician Courtney Love in New York. Love hadn't been born and tweeting was reserved for birds when The New York Times won a landmark libel case at the Supreme Court in 1964.
Yesterday I wrote about the New York Times' laughable description of the Democrats' "new strategy" of attacking Charles and David Koch.
One of the cruel things about gentrification is that it can be like wanting someone who doesn't want you back.
The 41-year-old serial entrepreneur developed, then sold the early blogging platform Blogger to Google in 2003.
Capitol Hill Cubans reveals what Damien Cave didn't and couldn't mention in his recent article about "private" business in Cuba in the New York Times : Apparently, the NYT has been unaware that Cuban-Americans have always been the main source of humanitarian relief to the island.
Opening statements were set to begin Friday in the court-martial of an Army general accused of sexually assaulting a captain under his command with whom he had a three-year affair.
These are the 194 Harlem children who have been kicked out of their beloved school by New York City Mayor Bill de Thursday they starred in a full-page New York Times advertisement that seemed like the cap to a very bad week for the embattled mayor - until later in the day, when a poll pegged his approval rating at 39 percent, just four months after ... (more)
Sabrina Nieves leads a Piloxing class at a fitness club in New York last month. Nieves has helped popularize the hybrid Pilates/boxing/dancing workout regimen in New York, but many Pilates purists feel Piloxing is an insult to their more serious practice.
That the New York Times published this drivel yesterday is proof that the Gray Lady is just as "over" as any news outlet.
The one-eye piece, worn by "the Prussian officerthe effete English lord, andthe New York and London lesbian in the 1920s" as well as "Alan Cumming," "chefs" and Colonel Mustard from Clue, has seen a sharp rise in sales in the past five years, according to anyone willing to support the Times 's theory on this one.