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Courtney M. Soliday

Jeremy Scott Gallery Opens at 151 Ludlow Street

Courtney M. Soliday | May 29, 2016 | New York
New York-based artist/photographer Adrian Wilson transformed his chic LES storefront (151 Ludlow) into a "Jeremy Scott Free Inspiration Gallery (or copying if you do the same to them).” On Wednesday, May 18th, an eclectic group of New Yorkers gathered at Wilson’s 151...
Kyle Stevens

Why You Need to Experience EDC New York

Kyle Stevens | May 27, 2016 | New York
It's been two weeks since I had my first experience under the electric sky and the only question I have in mind is what took me so long to attend the ultimate party? The Electric Daisy Carnival is one of the biggest electronic music festivals on the planet. The event...
Steven Choi

This Asian American Heritage Month, We Must Honor Asian Immigrants

Steven Choi | May 27, 2016 | New York
This month, the United States celebrates Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and the many contributions that Asian-American communities have made to our nation.
Rep. Charles Rangel

Continuing the Legacy of Harlem Hellfighters

Rep. Charles Rangel | May 27, 2016 | Black Voices
For many years, Black soldiers fought in segregated regiments. While they were fighting to defend America, America was not fighting to defend them. Our community should be proud to be home of the 369th Infantry division, an all-Black army unit from Harlem.
Marlon Regis

Rudimental x Gorgon City: NYC Summer Is Here! (Picture Gallery)

Marlon Regis | May 27, 2016 | New York
You know the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words, which is exactly why you're invited to glide through what you missed, or relive what you might have experienced in NYC when on the brink of summer, Central Park's Summer stage kicked off with two British ensembles.
Yvonna Russell

Joe Morton on Stage

Yvonna Russell | May 27, 2016 | New York
Thespian Joe Morton commands the Westside Theatre stage as the bombastic comedian, activist, author and presidential nominee for The Freedom and Peace party Dick Gregory.
Brian Kil

Adam Sobel's The Cinnamon Snail Makes Vegan Food Exciting and Palatable to Carnivores

Brian Kil | May 27, 2016 | New York
Adam Sobel is as authentic and as transparent as one gets. Like the Manhattanite he is, he doesn't mince his words but stays true to his philosophy. He's hilarious as he's insightful, as sharp as he's mellow.
Liz O'Connell

Saratoga Group Nixes Cuomo Raiding Racing

Liz O'Connell | May 27, 2016 | New York
According to a coalition of Saratoga Springs racing, political and business interests, the New York Racing Association's reprivatization options presented in a plan to Governor Andrew Cuomo have been set aside. In their place is an outline that cedes control of NYRA to the state via an executive board stacked...
Michael Tommasiello

New York Week Summed Up in a New York Minute

Michael Tommasiello | May 26, 2016 | Entertainment
Ok so this might take you more than a minute to read but it'll be worth it I promise. Read it on the bus or on the subway, it's filled with all the juicy details of a week that can only happen in New York City.
Carol Kellermann

Make NYC's Retiree Health Benefit Trust More Trustworthy

Carol Kellermann | May 26, 2016 | New York
The City of New York has a $70 billion liability for retiree health insurance costs and other post-employment benefits (OPEB), not including pensions. These benefits are contractually owed to retired city employees and are largely unfunded. The City created a trust fund to begin to save funds for these obligations,...
Jon Forrest Dohlin

In Praise of the (Other) Great Spring Migration

Jon Forrest Dohlin | May 26, 2016 | New York
While the migratory movements of birds into the New York region are well known and enjoyed by thousands of nature lovers, another migration is underway beneath the surface of our coastal waters, as fish species also move along with the changing of the seasons. One such migratory species is the sand tiger shark.

Why I Turned Down My Dream School and Took a Gap Year

FlockU | May 26, 2016 | College
So don't feel bad about being unsure, and don't be afraid to change your mind. There's strength in recognizing when something doesn't feel right. Don't believe the hype about having to attend the most prestigious college in order to lead a successful life.
Dr. Michael Laitman

The futility of politics (and how we can really make things better)

Dr. Michael Laitman | May 27, 2016 | New York
ONE Convention, Newark, New Jersey, May 19-22, 2016. Image by Tim Knox Last week's column "Fascism is looming over the US -- and it's bad news for the Jews," seems to have touched a raw nerve. The nearly 1,000 comments...
Michelangelo Signorile

Gawker Didn't 'Out' Peter Thiel -- Nor Did It Wrong Him in Any Way

Michelangelo Signorile | May 26, 2016 | Queer Voices
There's little sympathy in the world right now for Gawker, which has engaged in questionable and egregious reporting, but Thiel has a lot confused here.
David Finkle

First Nighter: John Doyle's Stripped Down 'Peer Gynt,' Cirque du Soleil's Broadwayed Up 'Paramour'

David Finkle | May 25, 2016 | Arts
Henrik Ibsen is often considered the father of realism, but the citation is, more likely than not, a result of plays written later in a career that began in1850. It was Ghosts (1879) and A Doll's House (1881), that we think of as having conferred the realist title on him.
Regina Weinreich

'Weiner': A Punchline or a Riff on Politicians' Peccadilloes

Regina Weinreich | May 25, 2016 | New York
Really? Anthony Weiner wants unconditional love. This big baby, as he appears for real in Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg's entertaining documentary Weiner, the former congressman wants to parlay his dick on the Internet and be elected for office. That's the size of it. After having been outed for this...
Sean Bradford

Artist Interview: Eats Everything

Sean Bradford | May 26, 2016 | New York
Eats Everything likes to throw a good party. And last weekend in Williamsburg he did just that in what turned out to be a progressive gig through Output. Starting on the roof in the rain, his set moved into the Panther Room and ended with a proper dance party on the main floor.
Seth Abramson

Fox News Should Give America What It Wants: A Primetime Sanders-Trump Debate

Seth Abramson | May 24, 2016 | Politics
With whispers of a Trump-Sanders debate growing on the internet, some are saying it could be the Debate of the Century -- a brief taste of the only alternative left to a dreary, historically nasty general election between two widely disliked politicians.
Elizabeth C. Fericy

What I Learned During My Post-College Gap Year

Elizabeth C. Fericy | May 24, 2016 | College
The biggest unexpected benefit from my gap year is that it gave me the time to figure out what I did not want my career to be. During college, I had my whole life planed out. My gap year helped me understand that my ultimate fulfilling career will probably not be so black and white.
Tristan de Montebello

What Are People Working On In Coffee Shops?

Tristan de Montebello | May 24, 2016 | Business
Nearly everyone we talked to told us that they too had always wondered what everyone else was doing.
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