Little Island is a unique treat, a gift for York City from television mogul Barry Diller. Diller is putting in upwards of $350 million of his own money for building and maintaining […]
For New York City’s first weekend after reopening, free jazz on the grass in Central Park told the whole story. That is, we’re back and moving ahead. Also from Assorted Ideas, Large […]
Think of yourself as God. That is, assuming you are not a deity, but a regular individual living the best life you can. Wouldn’t it be better, though, knowing more about what […]
A sunny walk through the cherry blossoms is a public service. Because cloudy, even rainy weather this weekend dims the pleasures of Roosevelt Island’s peak, we shot this video for those who […]
The purpose of play — for children, monkeys, rats or meerkats — has proved surprisingly hard to pin down. Scientists continue to toss around ideas. By Chris Woolston 3.30.2021 Anyone who […]
Caitlin Clark, Colorado State University Whether baked as chips into a cookie, melted into a sweet warm drink or molded into the shape of a smiling bunny, chocolate is one of the […]
Yeah, crocuses poked out of the soil along Central Park’s pathways, but the first day of spring, 2021, blossomed with something else: People.
In an op-ed in the New York Times, “Tasmanian Tiger Is Extinct. Why Do People Keep Seeing Them,” the so-called experts strike again. Scientists engage their inner know-it-all, and mass media helps […]
Your life’s a popup, a one of a kind invention, a wrinkle in time. And what’s great is you can screw up, win, lose or draw and, then, do it again.
The source of wisdom? What is it? I’ve wondered about it since messages first came to me, clear and easy, out of the blue, years ago. Like art, I know it when […]