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My Two Seconds With Marilyn

Joan Marans Dim | Posted 09.23.2012 | Home
Joan Marans Dim

My personal memory of Marilyn, far afield from Eunice Murray's terrible discovery, is splendid and dates back to the mid-1950s when I was barely a teenager and lived in the Belnord, the apartment building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

PHOTOS: A Pro Photo Session In Manhattan

Sivan Askayo | Posted 09.11.2012 | Travel
Sivan Askayo

When I travel to other places in the world, trotting with my camera, I always wish to have at least one or two images of myself that will capture the real essence of the place and myself in it.

Swimming In The Real-World Financial Pool

Shahar Ziv | Posted 07.11.2012 | Business
Shahar Ziv

What many students don't realize is that the financial mistakes they make in college and soon after, such as not paying their bills on time, can have significant consequences, including negative effects on their employment prospects.

Color, Geometry and Pattern on the Streets

Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington | Posted 09.10.2012 | Arts
Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

Art from the streets has been heralding a new eye-popping geometric disorder that can now fairly be called a movement. With roots in recent art hist...

How Nora Ephron Moved Me

Lisa Guest | Posted 09.04.2012 | Divorce
Lisa Guest

I'm moved because Nora, for all the success she had in the outer world, chose not to tell many about her disease.

American Mother-Daughter Duo Sketch 888 Taiwanese Faces

Jim Luce | Posted 09.02.2012 | World
Jim Luce

I met the most amazing mother-daughter duo the other week. Americans, they were speaking at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York (TECO-NY).

Set 'Em Up Somewhere Else, Joe: Why I'm Through With P.J. Clarke's

Tony Sachs | Posted 09.02.2012 | New York
Tony Sachs

I was ten years old, during the height of the disco era, when my father first took me to the nondescript two-story building on 55th and 3rd for burger...

Summer Dining In Manhattan

The Purple Passport | Posted 08.13.2012 | Travel
The Purple Passport

It's a town where you don't just go out for Chinese, Spanish, African or Italian food: You go out expressly for Sichuan, Basque, Senegalese or Sardinian.

The Artist's Perspective -- Frieze Art Fair New York

Barbara Ernst Prey | Posted 07.14.2012 | Home
Barbara Ernst Prey

Although I was born in New York, grew up in New York and now live in New York, it was my first visit to Randall's Island in Manhattan -- just to see the inaugural Frieze Art Fair.

In A World Of Male Hotel General Managers, Shan Kanagasingham Stands Out

Jeryl Brunner | Posted 07.14.2012 | Travel
Jeryl Brunner

"I employ 400 people, but each of them may have two children and a spouse. That's really 1,200 lives that my decisions influence. And so I take that very seriously."

PHOTOS: Unusual Island Vacations

Oyster | Posted 07.08.2012 | Travel
Oyster

Going to the Caribbean is so typical -- not that we object to it -- and we're ready to branch out.

Where's the Boar? In Search of Wild Game in NYC

Yuliya Neyman | Posted 05.01.2012 | Food
Yuliya Neyman

New York City lags behind its game-loving peers in the heartland and down south, where dishes like turtle stew make amphibious game into a delicacy.

WATCH: 'Louie' Trailer Pays Tribute To Woody Allen

Posted 04.19.2012 | Comedy

The third season of "Louie" is coming to FX on June 28, and a trailer hyping the show was released Wednesday. The black-and-white teaser does not appe...

PHOTOS: Ryan Gosling-Themed Easter Egg Hunt In Manhattan

Posted 04.09.2012 | New York

"A very Gosling Easter to you and yours," tweeted @GoslingEaster Sunday morning. The twitter account --unlikely run by the heartthrob and New York ...

PHOTOS: A Look Back At The Gay Heyday Of New York's Waterfront

The Huffington Post | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 04.05.2012 | Gay Voices

They might not date back as far as Athens' Acropolis or Egypt's pyramids, but according to Jonathan D. Katz, the piers which line New York's riverfron...

Wall Street No Longer Taking Up The Most Space In Manahattan

The Huffington Post | Harry Bradford | Posted 04.04.2012 | Business

When it comes to New York office space, Wall Street's no longer king. For the first time ever, financial services firms aren't renting the most of...

PHOTOS: Man Meets Postal Worker Who Donated Life-Saving Bone Marrow

Huffington Post | Emily Heinz | Posted 03.16.2012 | Impact

Six months after Audrey Pollard, a New York post office worker, signed up for the marrow donor registry, she was matched to a man in England, desperat...

Keith Haring 1978-1982 : Early Keith at The Brooklyn Museum

Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington | Posted 05.13.2012 | Arts
Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

1978 and 2012 seem closer to one another than ever when we look at the blossomed Street Art scene in cities around the world. More than 30 years after...

New York Not The Most Unequal County In America

The Huffington Post | Harry Bradford | Posted 03.09.2012 | Business

In the United States, even even the inequality is unequal. Yes, the level of income inequality among American households rose 18 percent between 1...

I Remember Joe Heller -- Part 3

Susan Braudy | Posted 05.05.2012 | Home
Susan Braudy

I cornered Heller after class. An expression of fear widened his eyes after I insisted on accompanying him on the train back to Manhattan to interview him.

From Carpenter to Calvin Klein Model? Matthew Terry Explains It All

Zandile Blay | Posted 10.11.2012 | Style
Zandile Blay

The Calvin Klein billboard which has broken taboos, elevated the brand, and sparked the careers of Hintnaus, Wahlberg and Bergen before him -- is about to change it all for him too.

I Remember Joe Heller -- Part 1

Susan Braudy | Posted 04.30.2012 | Home
Susan Braudy

In 1967, my life turned a sharp corner. I impulsively decided to audit Heller's playwriting seminar at Yale. His mordant new novel, Catch-22, was suddenly as relevant as Bob Dylan, whose music I would learn he loved.

A Mushroom Cloud in Manhattan: If You See Somethin' ...

Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington | Posted 04.27.2012 | Arts
Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington

Artist Jean Seestadt Plants a Package in a Bus Stop Since the never-ending "War on Terror" commenced so publicly a decade or so ago, an intermittentl...

Astoria Characters: The Good-Bye Guy

Nancy Ruhling | Posted 04.29.2012 | New York
Nancy Ruhling

Tom Park has spent his career in the dry-cleaning business, and he lost a shop once before. But he's 49 now, and he didn't see this one coming.

Five Classic Movies You Need to Revisit

Bryan Young | Posted 04.28.2012 | Entertainment
Bryan Young

While everyone has their attention fixed on cinema because of the Academy Awards, there are some classic Blu-ray releases I'd love to kindle (or rekindle) interest in.