It’s Not Just Kids Who Love Recess: New York’s Seagram Building Gets A ‘Playground’

It’s Not Just Kids Who Love Recess: New York’s Seagram Building Gets A ‘Playground’

A rendering of The Playground To ease employees’ transition back to the office, landlords and employers are looking for ways to improve the 9-to-5 experience. Many are offering new, unique amenities for office workers whose expectations have evolved during the past two years of working from home. “[The] future office will transform into an environment … Read more

Parents should engage kids on extremism: experts

Parents should engage kids on extremism: experts

The mass shooting at a Buffalo, NY, supermarket on Saturday is highlighting long standing concerns among experts and authorities about the violent power of racist extremism in the US to destroy the sense of peace and safety in nonwhite communities, and inflict fear across a fragile American society. The shooting, carried out in a predominantly … Read more

Senior Thesis ‘The Space That ‘Mural’ Makes’ Examines Controversial Art Piece In The Lobby Of Goldman Sachs Headquarters

Senior Thesis ‘The Space That ‘Mural’ Makes’ Examines Controversial Art Piece In The Lobby Of Goldman Sachs Headquarters

• May 16, 2022, 6:04 PM The department of art history and archeology held its spring 2022 Senior Thesis Symposium last month. There, Lilly Jean Cao, CC ’22, presented her thesis on a controversial mural in the Goldman Sachs lobby. Cao is graduating this year with a degree in visual arts and history and theory … Read more

Norton Rose Fulbright expands in Los Angeles and Washington, DC with environmental and … | News

Norton Rose Fulbright expands in Los Angeles and Washington, DC with environmental and … |  News

Los Angeles, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that environmental regulation and government affairs lawyer Scott Burton has joined the firm as a partner in its Los Angeles and Washington, DC offices. Joining from Hunton Andrews Kurth, Burton leverages his extensive environmental, energy, and natural resources experience … Read more

Nick Cave Goes Underground – The New York Times

Nick Cave Goes Underground – The New York Times

For an artist best known for “Soundsuits” that produces a variety of percussive effects when worn, Nick Cave’s public project, “Each One, Every One, Equal All,” has found a fittingly noisy home in the New York subway. Earlier this month, during a preview of the completed project, a saxophone reverberated through the tunnels of the … Read more

Court expert draws more GOP-friendly New York political maps

Court expert draws more GOP-friendly New York political maps

NEW YORK (AP) — A court-appointed expert released a draft of new congressional maps for New York that are more favorable to Republicans than the original gerrymandered political maps drawn by Democrats. The draft maps released Monday would help the GOP by creating five districts that lean Republican and at least four other districts where … Read more

`Top Chef’ Leads Nominees for Critics Choice Real TV Awards

`Top Chef’ Leads Nominees for Critics Choice Real TV Awards

HOLLYWOOD, CA — “Top Chef” earned a leading five nominations today for the fourth annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards, honoring unscripted programming since the past year. The Bravo program was nominated for best competition series, along with “Chopped,” “Making It,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “The Amazing Race” and “The Great British Baking Show.’ ‘ “Top … Read more