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10 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
Neuroscientists and other researchers who say doodling can help people focus, ease impatience, vent emotions and even generate bursts of insight or new ideas.
12 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
In 17 days, even the most intrepid theatergoer can only sample a fraction of the over 200 offerings at the New York International Fringe Festival.
16 hrs ago | Daily Kos
In a refurbished synagogue in Keyport, New Jersey, Grace Graupe-Pillard works virtually non-stop creating art.
Yesterday | Ditmas Park Corner
CaribBEING , a local nonprofit organization that puts on the annual Flatbush Film Festival and is run by neighbor Shelley Worrell , is teaming up with Councilman Jumaane Williams to co-host a free screening of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" tomorrow night at the West Quad Center of Brooklyn College.
Collaborating with his close friends, Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone in his last significant research campaign, Edison searched for a domestic source of natural rubber in the late 1920s.
The August 12, 1952 murder of Soviet Yiddish writers was commemorated at this year's August 12 memorial held at the Center for Jewish History.
Robert E. Wagner Baruch College Zicklin School of Business Department of Law) has posted Criminal Corporate Character ) on SSRN.
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College will open its 60th Anniversary Season with a concert by 10-time Grammy winner Bobby McFerrin on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 8pm.
But for the efforts of several art historians who sought her out in the last decades of her life, Theresa Bernstein would have been just another forgotten female artist.
'm always looking for areas where the Left and Right can agree on a policy reform, even if it is for different reasons.
Drawing a crowd for a lecture on astronomy isn't easy - unless, of course, you have alcohol on your side.
With the school year less than two weeks away, New York City is racing to complete an unprecedented prekindergarten expansion - and its success or failure could have major political implications for its first-year mayor, Bill de Blasio .
With the school year less than two weeks away, New York City is racing to complete an unprecedented prekindergarten expansion - and its success or failure could have major political implications for its first-year mayor, Bill de Blasio.
The title of this post is the title of this intriguing new paper authored by Douglas Evans with the Center for Research and Evaluation at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
By Wellington C. Ramos In most countries in the world people are accustomed to identifying themselves based on the country where they were born to display their national pride.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 09:26 pm
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