Anyone can make a play for the attention of critics, collectors, and curators. Here are three shows bidding to do just that this week in New York.
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Joanna Nana Loiselle, a ferociously vivacious blonde whose eyes change color from green to blue to hazel with her outfits and her moods, is the one constant on the menu at Telly's Taverna.
The papers this morning:
More politics, scandals and outrage on today's front pages. New York Post tackles the Tiki Barber scandal, while the Metro is upset about a possible c...
A funding increase that robs Peter to pay Paul shouldn't be considered a "win" for hungry kids.
Demey Partridge, the larger-than-life owner of Partridge Realty, stands out in a crowd. He's towering tall (6-foot-2), dark and gregarious, a born bon vivant.
"Fashion was always something I wanted to get into," says Shana Tabor, founder of the Brooklyn-based boutique In God We Trust, "but on my own terms." This is not mere bravado.
Openings this week is brimming with possibility, not least because a new show at Canada carries with it a requisite, sublime trip to the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory.
Rick Lazio seems like a pleasant and apparently rather well-adjusted guy. For that very reason, you have to wonder what he's doing in New York politics.
TRENTON, N.J. — Two men and three teenage boys were charged Saturday with gang-raping a 7-year-old girl who was sold by her 15-year-old stepsist...
Art critic, Jill Conner, shares her thoughts on online art criticism.
There are 275 registered shows in Bushwick Open Studios this year. And there are only a mere three days, from June 4 - 6, to see them all.
This morning my organization, the Design Trust for Public Space, launched madeinmidtown.org, an inside look at the Garment District, the heart of American fashion.
Today's front pages:
A bill on paid sick leave has been reintroduced in New York's City Council with 35 sponsors and seems certain to pass if it reaches the floor in May. The major opponents are businesses.
Yale students and faculty gathered to grieve for junior Cameron Dabaghi, who fell to his death from the top of the Empire State Building yesterday.
Crooning "Sta Dosa Ola," Antonis Armeftis, true to the title of the Greek pop tune, gives customers at Michael's Restaurant everything -- a menu and an invitation to his next show.
Check out the national and local headlines here:
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