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- Neighborhoods That Play Hard to Get
By STEFANOS CHEN - Friday Aug 11, 2017
- Could the Rockaways Survive Another Sandy?
By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Residents are bracing for the worst, wondering whether measures taken so far are enough to keep devastation of the Queens community at bay.
- Rick Steves: What’s new in Germany, Vienna and Prague
By Rick Steves - Thursday Mar 30, 2017
Throughout Germany, visitors will find events and exhibits honoring this anniversary, highlighted by three special exhibitions that will be on display from April until November in three visit-worthy cities.At the Lutherhaus museum in Wittenberg, where he lived and preached, the exhibit will focus on the early days of Luther and the Reformation, highlighted by some of his writing and his personal Bible with handwritten notes.Visitors can ride a 270-foot-long escalator called “the Tube” to the plaza level, which features an outdoor promenade and grand harbor views.In Frankfurt, the Museum Judengasse, located at the city’s Holocaust Memorial, has reopened and now covers Jewish history in the city before 1800.At Frederick the Great’s New Palace in Potsdam, two showstopper rooms have reopened after an extensive renovation: the Marble Hall, with its dramatic 52-foot high ceiling, and the Grotto Hall, featuring marble walls encrusted with thousands of seashells, semiprecious stones and fossils.Vienna’s impressive new Hauptbahnhof (main train station) is now the hub of most train departures and offers plenty of ways to kill time in its many shops and restaurants.Karlsplatz, a long-neglected square kist southeast of Vienna’s Ringstrasse, is now more inviting thanks to a new playground, skateboard park, open-air summer cinema, cocktail bar (in what looks like a shipping container), and a pond meant to lend the square a beachy vibe, with music festivals hosted on a “lake stage.”
- Art Review: Richard Gerstl, Speeding Through Life, With Sparks
By ROBERTA SMITH - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
The first American museum retrospective of the least-known — and maybe the best — of the Viennese modernists, who briefly painted like no one else.
- The Silicon Valley blacklist
By Megan Rose Dickey - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
What a year (life?) it’s been for white women, people of color and nonbinary people in tech. First, engineer Susan Fowler came forward about her time at Uber, where she says the company ignored her numerous reports of sexual harassment. Then, 3 female founders came forward about their experiences of sexual harassment and unwanted advances with Justin Caldbeck, co-founder of Binary Capital. Read More
- Broadband Privacy Bill Unveiled In California
Monday Jun 19, 2017
A California lawmaker has unveiled a bill that would require broadband providers to obtain opt-in consent before drawing on Web-browsing history for online behavioral targeting.