Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Arts Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Arts | Things to Do in New York This Weekend: MoMA and the Tonys Advertisement Supported by Also “Late Night” and “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” arrive in theaters, and “Big Little Lies” returns for a second season. ByNicole Herrington June 7, 2019 Museum of Modern Art Last Call for Art (Until October) With the museum closing on June 15 for a four-month renovation, our critics assess the challenges that lie ahead, pay homage to favorite works and catch up with shows. Roberta Smith, Holland Cotter, Michael Kimmelman and our other critics fanned out, took stock and reported back. Read our package, and then use it as a guide when you visit the museum before it shuts down next weekend. Last Call at MoMA! Last Call: MoMA’s Closing, and Changing June 6, … [Read more...] about Things to Do in New York This Weekend: MoMA and the Tonys
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Deepti Hajela, Associated Press Updated 4:40 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Motorists roll south on 7th Avenue in Times Square, Friday, March 29, 2019, in New York. Long ringed by some of the most expensive toll roads in the U.S., New York City is poised to take things even further with a plan to use automated license plate readers to charge drivers who motor into the most congested parts of Manhattan during times when crosstown traffic is at its worst. less Motorists roll south on 7th Avenue in Times Square, Friday, March 29, 2019, in New York. Long ringed by some of the most expensive toll roads in the U.S., New York City is poised to take things even further ... more Photo: Julie Jacobson, AP Photo: Julie Jacobson, AP Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 Motorists … [Read more...] about New York will be first US city to charge congestion toll
By The Washington Post | PUBLISHED: December 16, 2018 at 12:30 pm | UPDATED: December 17, 2018 at 9:46 am By Vildana Hajric | The Washington Post Colin Kroll, the co-founder and chief executive officer of the HQ Trivia quiz app, has been found dead in New York. He was 34. A representative for the New York City Police Department said Kroll was found unconscious and unresponsive early Sunday morning. Emergency medical services responded to 56 Spring Street following a wellness check and soon after pronounced him dead, Detective Ahmed Nasser of the NYPD said. Drugs were found on the premises, the NYPD said. Police are waiting for a medical examiner to determine the cause of death, Nasser said. The company didn’t immediately respond to calls and emails seeking comment. It released a tweet confirming his death. Kroll, who helped co-found the startup in 2015, was named CEO of the wildly popular quiz app in September. He took over for Rus Yusupov, who moved into a role as chief … [Read more...] about HQ Trivia app co-founder found dead in New York, NYPD says
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Food | Top 10 Cheap Eats of 2018: A World of New York Stories Supported by HUNGRY CITY Ligaya Mishan lists her favorite places, and celebrates their links to countries around the globe. ByLigaya Mishan Dec. 7, 2018 When I write about a restaurant for Hungry City, my weekly column on New York’s cheaper, less-heralded A dish may be delicious, but that lasts only for a moment. The amazing tamale you had one night out of the back of a truck under the elevated train could never be as amazing as the story of the person who made it. So as I put together this list of my favorites among the restaurants I reviewed in 2018 (in descending order, although truly, I loved them all), I’m grateful to the owners and chefs for sharing their stories. 1. Lagman House Gulshat Azimova started cooking at age 12 … [Read more...] about Top 10 Cheap Eats of 2018: A World of New York Stories
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 9:50 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2018 FILE PHOTO: The main people reason people find themselves living on the streets in San Francisco is the city's high cost of housing. FILE PHOTO: The main people reason people find themselves living on the streets in San Francisco is the city's high cost of housing. Photo: Christian Science Monitor/Christian Science Monitor/Getty Homeless in San Francisco: SF Homeless ProjectJerome, a homeless man, uses a pew to catch up on sleep at St. Boniface Catholic Church in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood in this 2006 photo. Homeless in San Francisco: SF Homeless Project Jerome, a homeless man, uses a pew to catch up on sleep at St. Boniface Catholic Church in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood in this 2006 photo. Photo: Brant Ward, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE With new … [Read more...] about We asked 12 homeless people what happened. Their answers show how close we all are to the streets.