Roosevelt Island’s biggest week of the year begins on Monday, September 23rd, the first day of Autumn, and it skips through events until a quieter Sunday.
Karin Coonrod tackles Flannery O’Connor on tour, starting this weekend at Loyola University of Chicago. Her latest work with Compagnia de’ Colombari brings O’Connor’s short story about racism, Everything That Rises Must Converge, to the stage.
New York City crime… where did it go? In August, it happened again, and the Mayor’s press conference with the Police Commissioner James O’Neill confirmed it. Crime disappears in New York. It’s so routine — and positive — mass media fails to report on it. New Yorkers, like […]
Our Photo Gallery Kite Flight for Peace and Human Rights celebrates last year’s fun for all ages event. Each year, Four Freedoms Park hosts Kite Flight coinciding with International Peace Day. Here’s how it flew by in 2018.
Tootsie Warhol Slams Whitney’s Biennial in 2019 for going too easy on Trump. A performance artist, Tootsie mocks the president and the Whitney at the museum’s front door.
With Kite Flight for Peace and Human Rights 2019, FDR Four Freedoms Park becomes more than a beautifully sculpted landscape washed in sun. From 11:00 a.m until 4:00 on September 28th, it lifts off as a beacon of joy and hope on Roosevelt Island.
Protests against Related grow spread the Hamptons nationwide. A Trump fundraiser outraged people who suddenly discovered they were unwitting contributors.
Bad science writing may be unhealthy, but it still makes it into print. That’s worse.
Trump’s a loon, Part 2, jiggled out easily from the shell of Greenland proves Trump’s a loon. The mass media did its part, treating the president’s Greenland pursuit as something real. They love clickbait, and Trump tosses them plenty. Can we ever forget how they fell all over […]
You don’t meditate? Why not? You usually have better judgment.