The Center for Figurative Painting a new “museum/gallery,” as described by artist Simon Dinnerstein, in the heart of Chelsea, New York’s lively art epicenter, opens its inaugural exhibit on February 3rd, 2020. […]
FIGMENT 2020 City of Dreams Pavilion got rolling on January 22nd when finalists for the June event were announced. FIGMENT comes to life on June 6th and 7th in Lighthouse Park on […]
Can phages save us? Really? From what? First, let’s figure out what phages are and how their near magical powers might work. Are you onboard?
Indict Carlos Beltran for Stupid… Invent the felony, if necessary. 18 years in the major leagues, Hall of Fame career… And then, you cheat? If that’s not a crime, it ought to […]
Jim Luce pursues goodness. He’s done it for 20 years now. His quest, spurred by a serendipitous moment, completes a circle and begins a second.
Serving on a grand jury showed me how our system of justice works from a fresh angle. But it was something else, an eye-opening exposure to democracy in action.
Everything is connected… It’s a fact, and facts don’t care what you think. They just sit there. Pick a fight with them. They’re not always permanent. You can bend them.
Can’t trust Esther Hicks…? “Before you step off, be sure about who holds the rope…”
Roosevelt Island’s Gristedes “megastore” makes way for Foodtown in 2020. Rumored since summer, the change is underway and becomes official in February. Expect a ribbon-cutting event soon.
The New York Times lies about Amazon and does it blatantly. It’s as if they don’t believe anyone is paying attention. But why?