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Responses to trend stories in The New York Times can come fast and furious, but the Internet's reaction to the paper's latest trend piece - on the return of the monocle - was swift, unforgiving, and absolutely hilarious.
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The New York Times reports this morning that Chris Christie's administration used wreckage from 9/11 as "politically motivated gifts," part of a politicization of the Port Authority that is coming under increasing scrutiny from federal prosecutors in the wake of the Bridgegate scandal.
RT, the Russian government-owned English-language television network, has been the butt of much humor in recent days.
Long Wharf Theatre is holding a "Creative Conversation," featuring New Yorker writers Malcolm Gladwell and Adam Gopnik on Thursday, April 17 at 7 pm on the Claire Tow Stage in the C. Newton Schenck III Theatre.
A new black and white photo essay published in the New York Times by photographer Vincent Cianni documents "the struggles and triumphs, dignities and indignities of gay and lesbian service members."
Great marketing strategists bring their products to market by finding creative ways to help their universe of potential buyers solve problems faster, better, or cheaper.
When The New York Times discontinued in February its director of programmatic advertising position, held by Matt Prohaska, partners and advertisers wondered how this would affect the publisher's programmatic initiatives.
Women run only one-fourth of the nation's top art museums and earn much less than male counterparts, according to a new report.
The latest development in the controversy over a defect in General Motors tied to 13 deaths isn't aimed at the automaker, but at the federal agency that regulates them.
Gerard Mortier, who spearheaded an operatic production of Brokeback Mountain at Madrid's Teatro Royal, has died at the age of 70. In a career spanning more than three decades, Mortier was also head of the Paris Opera from 2004-9 and ran the Salzburg Festival from 1990-2001.
Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, "The waterfall Kivach. Suna River, 1915" . Every few months another publication seems to discover the hauntingly beautiful images by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, who was a pioneer of color photography.
New York City artists are used to losing their studio space to the forces of gentrification, whether it be in Soho or Greenpoint.
What do Mr. Peanut, DC Comics' The Penguin, Sesame Street's The Count and the future breed of hipsters all have in common? Why that would be the monocle, of course.
SXSW is a veritable playground for journalists, with panels catering to media professionals and -- most importantly -- no shortage of free food.
As clocks spring ahead across the country, it's worth remembering a New York Borough President for winding up the Daylight Saving Time movement to national acceptance.
One New York City resident, for instance, hired an unlicensed, untrained "broker" to help with an apartment search through TaskRabbit, a website that finds people to do odd jobs such as assembling Ikea furniture.