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Ariel Zwang


Let's Not Forget About Domestic Violence on College Campuses

Ariel Zwang | August 1, 2014 | Impact
I'd like to share the story of Kira Kazantsev, who was recently crowned Miss New York 2014 and who is raising public awareness about domestic violence.
Peter Greene

Teacher Time

Peter Greene | August 1, 2014 | Education
This is one of those things that non-teachers don't entirely get. If you work in an office, time is pretty flexy. If a meeting can benefit by running an extra 10 or 15 minutes, you just do it. But in most schools, when the bell rings, you're done. There is no little extra bit of time you can just throw into the work.


A Day at Storm King Art Center Sculpture Park (VIDEO)

VernissageTV | August 1, 2014 | Arts
Storm King Art Center is one of the world's leading sculpture parks. The park is located one hour north of New York City, in the lower Hudson Valley.
Rep. Steve Israel


Humor Piece: Large Claims Court

Rep. Steve Israel | July 31, 2014 | Politics
House Speaker John Boehber today hailed passage of the American Innovation Protection Act -- a sweeping series of tort reforms, noting that American progress and innovation is consistently obstructed by trial lawyers and their rush to the courts.
Departures Magazine


Hotels With Spectacular Views (PHOTOS)

Departures Magazine | July 31, 2014 | Travel
The most memorable hotel rooms offer views you can’t find on the ground, and access to unique vantage points is the reason to check in.
Matthew Ebert


Kissing Doesn't Kill

Matthew Ebert | July 31, 2014 | Gay Voices
Face facts, Truvada will be in everyone's bloodstream in about 15 minutes, so why argue over it? On two fronts we can assault this virus -- the POZ and the NEG, the dirty and the clean. Can we cut the crap and get in one line?
Anonymous Thank Yous

Sometimes New Yorkers Are the Best

Anonymous Thank Yous | July 31, 2014 | New York
"The young father's enthusiasm was contagious. I guess he just wanted to let loose a bit. Thank you for sharing your passion for life, it made my night and everyone else's."
Tony Newman


The Time Is Ripe for Elected Leaders to Come Out for Marijuana Legalization

Tony Newman | August 1, 2014 | Politics
As discerning analysts like Nate Silver have been noticing, there's a particularly large gap between elite and popular opinion on marijuana policy. It's long past time to close that gap. Marijuana legalization is far from a risky position -- in fact, it's smart politics.
Steven Suskin


War Zone Fresco

Steven Suskin | July 31, 2014 | Arts
New Yorkers have a rare chance, through August 10, to see a full-cast production of David Edgar's intriguing Pentecost.
Susanne Mentzer


Save the Met #weareopera

Susanne Mentzer | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Now the Metropolitan Opera, my home for over 20 years of my 34-year career, is in the final hours of labor negotiations. We have been told there will be a lockout starting at midnight Thursday evening when the fiscal year closes.
Jeff Danziger


Met Opera on Strike

Jeff Danziger | July 31, 2014 | New York
Met Opera on Strike
Chris Mahr

How to Deal With Clipboard-Carrying Charity Solicitors

Chris Mahr | July 31, 2014 | New York
If you live in New York City, at some point you've been approached by a suspiciously friendly person carrying a clipboard, asking if you "have a minute for [insert name of charity here]."
John Mariani

The More Things Change, the Better They Get at NYC's Batard

John Mariani | July 31, 2014 | Taste
If the restaurant at 239 West Broadway needed redemption, Drew Nieporent certainly hasn't.
Lenni Benson

We Must Honor the Rule of Law for Desperate Children at the U.S. Border

Lenni Benson | July 31, 2014 | Politics
Regardless of their origin, all children have the same right to due process before the law. We should guarantee "equality under the law" not by lowering standards for more kids, but by raising standards for all kids.
Rebecca Adams

I Got Through Airport Security With Someone Else's Plane Ticket

Rebecca Adams | July 31, 2014 | Travel
I honestly didn't plan to put the airport security system to the test. I was just really tired and didn't notice that the name on the ticket wasn't mine -- it wasn't even female. But I unwittingly managed to find a chink in the TSA armor last weekend. My father...
Hugh McIntyre

Jason Mraz Talks About Touring All 5 NYC Boroughs

Hugh McIntyre | July 31, 2014 | Entertainment
Loveable guitar slinger Jason Mraz released his latest album Yes! last week to both critical acclaim and good sales numbers.
Joanna Zelman


The Day I Brought A Mouse To The Office And Fell In Love With HuffPost

Joanna Zelman | July 30, 2014 | Media
I am proud to call HuffPost my family, and will always be grateful for how everyone there made me into who I am today (the good parts, at least. My irrational fear of humans dressed as animals and my mild cake frosting allergy should not be attributed to my time with the company.)
David Finkle


First Nighter: 'Sex With Strangers' Is Sexy With Straining

David Finkle | July 30, 2014 | Arts
Since Laura Eason calls her tense romantic comedy Sex With Strangers, audiences can be forgiven for jumping to the correct conclusion that these strangers -- they're both writers -- won't waste too much time before having torrid sex with each other.
Ann Brenoff


I Am Not Adorable, So Please Stop Calling Me That

Ann Brenoff | July 31, 2014 | Fifty
There's lots of discussion these days about what to call people as they grow older. Nobody likes 'elderly'; 'senior' and 'senior citizen' are a scant improvement over 'elderly'; and we can argue till the cows come home exactly what 'older person' means. I'm fine with using my actual age as a descriptor. I'm a '64-year-old.' Period. What I'm not fine with is being called 'adorable.'
Michael Rosenblum


How To Save the 'New York Times'

Michael Rosenblum | July 30, 2014 | Media
The problem with the newspaper is that they continue to see themselves as a newspaper, either a print version, or an online version of the same. They are not.
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