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Kevin Sessums


'An Enemy of the People' on Broadway

Kevin Sessums | Posted October 3, 2012

In this season of American politics it was especially engaging to witness Ibsen's political engagement of some of the same arguments we are still having in the 21st century -- the tyranny of the majority, and even the morality of trickle-down economics.
Daniel Maidman


Wildlife in the Post-Natural Age

Daniel Maidman | Posted October 3, 2012

Cara DeAngelis has curated a show devoted to a network of linked themes: domestication, wildness, people, animals and environmental disorders.
Joseph Sutton


The GROUND Collective at Milk Gallery

Joseph Sutton | Posted October 4, 2012

The GROUND Collective demonstrates the magazine's hopes to establish itself and create something fresh from the ashes of print media's heyday.
J. Michael Welton

A New York Tour of Modern Homes (PHOTOS)

J. Michael Welton | Posted October 3, 2012

Jaime Openden, M.S., CCC-SLP


Your Child Has Gone to the Highest Bidder

Jaime Openden, M.S., CCC-SLP | Posted October 4, 2012

With the number of children diagnosed with special needs on the rise, the DOE seems to have concocted a quick fix solution to keeping up with supply and demand. However, they've neglected to take into consideration one of the most vital components of the provider-child relationship: the actual relationship
Jumaane D. Williams


An Open Letter to Occupy Wall Street

Jumaane D. Williams | Posted October 3, 2012

Dear Occupy Wall Street: I congratulate you on what you have achieved and I hope you take time to decide how the movement will move forward in a constructive manner. Occupy a new space? Get involved electorally? Actively work to reform policy?
Larry Atkins


Newspaper Endorsements Should Stick to Local Races and Stop Endorsing Presidential Candidates

Larry Atkins | Posted October 3, 2012

In the next few weeks, newspapers around the country will continue their tradition of endorsing political candidates. But should newspapers continue to endorse presidential candidates? It's a longstanding tradition, but is it outdated?
Bess Rowen


Mad Women: 'The Best of Everything' at HERE Arts Center

Bess Rowen | Posted October 3, 2012

The Best of Everything is a well-acted piece that gives you a glimpse into the rather frightening world that women encountered only 65 years ago.
Carmel DeAmicis


Glowing Puppets Take to the Harlem Streets

Carmel DeAmicis | Posted October 3, 2012

Andy Ostroy


The Debate: What Would Ali and Frazier Do?

Andy Ostroy | Posted October 3, 2012

Only in the past week, instead of staring down and psyching out their opponents, as boxers usually do at weigh-ins and press conferences, these two politicians, and their surrogates, have so effusively praised the other guy to the point of it being more over-the-top than a Lady Gaga concert.
Wayne Muller


Autumn: On Elections, Fear, and Planting the Future

Wayne Muller | Posted October 3, 2012

Our fear is selfish and narcissistic. It is imperative we give thanks -- not for what we have accumulated, but for what we can offer, what we can leave, as a truly generous and necessary gift for those who will follow in the path we walk, together, this season.
Len Berman


Top 5 Sports Stories

Len Berman | Posted October 3, 2012

Adam Greenberg got back to the plate seven years after being beaned by a pitch. Pinch hitting for Miami he struck out on three pitches from the Mets R.A. Dickey to a standing ovation.
Nancy Fuchs Kreimer


To Bigotry No Sanction

Nancy Fuchs Kreimer | Posted October 3, 2012

In his famous letter to the first Jewish synagogue in America, George Washington wrote that the United States government grants "to bigotry no sanction." But because our government does grant to all its citizens freedom of speech, it protects the rights of Pamela Geller.
Ron Urbach


Advertising Week: A Time of Introspection and Inspection

Ron Urbach | Posted October 3, 2012

I have found that Advertising Week, for all its stimuli and activity -- perhaps because of it -- is a wonderful time to do some valuable "introspection" about the direction of advertising.
Karen Schaler


New Yachting Experience In New York City

Karen Schaler | Posted October 3, 2012

When I heard about a sleek and sexy new 20 million dollar yacht showing up on the Hudson River in New York City, where you can do everything from brunch to cocktails and dinner cruises, I knew I needed to check it out
Michael Giltz


Theater: Ibsen on Broadway, 'Detroit' Falls Apart, Sondheim and a Red-Handed Otter

Michael Giltz | Posted October 3, 2012

Pulitzer Prize-finalist Detroit has a lot on its mind. Playwright Lisa D'Amour tackles suburban life, the sense of uprootedness that seems a constant in America thanks to the constant push for change, the changing roles of men and women and much more.