Category: New York

New York

Showing: Ron English – “Delusionville” @ Allouche Gallery

Returning to Allouche Gallery for another showing (see 2016), Ron English (featured) recently unveiled a selection of work from the last three years for his fans in New York. Delusionville features the locally-based artist’s pop culture infused imagery with iconic characters like the “Baby Hulk” and “MC Supersized”, oftentimes with references to art history. Additionally, the exhibition features a […]

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Upcoming: Jonathan Chapline – “Material Memory” @ The Hole

This Thursday, October 11th, The Hole in NYC will be opening a new show from Jonathan Chapline. Entitled Material Memory, the exhibition will highlight the Brooklyn-based artist’s melding of digital and traditional techniques to create pieces with a unique aesthetic. Each work typically begins with some simple line drawings which he then fleshes out on […]

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Metro by T-Mobile plans are available today with 5G coming in 2019

Bellevue, Washington — October 8, 2018 — It’s a new day in wireless. MetroPCS officially becomes Metro by T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today, launching new all-unlimited rate plansfeaturing Amazon Prime and Google One. And, true to its mission to change the way you think about wireless, Metro by T-Mobile today became the first prepaid wireless service provider to commit to 5G […]

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Previews: Scott Scheidly – “Glamour Shots” @ Spoke Art (NY)

Tonight in New York, Spoke Art will be unveiling the latest paintings from Scott Scheidly’s wildly popular “pink series,” poking fun at notorious politictians, celebrities, and pop culture characters. Glamour Shots will feature 15 new satirical portraits (with ornate pink frames) that take on familiar subjects while dressing them up in hues that are historically more feminine, touching […]

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Donald Trump: Guilty Until Proven Innocent a ‘Very, Very, Dangerous Standard’ for Our Country

President Donald Trump expressed his alarm over the Brett Kavanaugh allegations on Wednesday, saying that the new standard set by the media, Democrats, and the left was “dangerous.” “This has everything to do with our country,” Trump said. “When you are guilty until proven innocent, it’s just not supposed to be that way.” The president […]

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Charter, ordered out of New York State, begs for its life

This summer, Charter Communications was ordered to leave New York State, reversing its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and selling off the assets; the move came after the cable company broke its promises to expand broadband access in the state to less-profitable markets and then repeated lied to state authorities about. Now, the […]

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Researchers Struggle to Identify over 1,000 9/11 Victims 17 Years Later

Forensic scientists have yet to identify nearly 40 percent of the remains collected at the site of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. This is a reminder of the difficulty of the challenge and the severity of destruction jihadists caused that day. The Agence-France Presse (AFP) found the […]

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Previews: Daniel Arsham – “3018” @ Perrotin Gallery (New York)

This Saturday night (September 8th), Daniel Arsham takes us 1000 years into the future with an expansive new exhibition entitled 3018. Hosted by Perrotin’s New York location, the locally-based artist’s 15th showing with the gallery includes many examples from his oeuvre – all which challenge the viewer to reconsider their ideas architecture & permanence, and to question […]

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Previews: Mike Davis – “Fate Of The Union” @ Spoke Art (New York)

After a 10 year break from exhibiting in New York, Mike Davis returns on September 10th for a solo show at Spoke Art’s location in NYC. Entitled Fate Of The Union, the San Francisco-based artist will be exploring themes of social and political dichotomies through his surrealistic paintings that take influence from the work of Flemish Primitives such as […]

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Previews: Felipe Pantone – “Transformable Systems” @ Joshua Liner Gallery

Tonight (September 6th), Joshua Liner Gallery will be hosting a solo show from Felipe Pantone entitled Transformable Systems. As a product of growing up in the internet era, the Argentinian artist’s new and ongoing series of work’s are filled with bright gradients of color, grids, optical patterns, QR codes, and other cues from the technological world we […]

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: ‘Truly, Women Will Die’ if Kavanaugh Confirmed

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is not on the Senate Judiciary Committee tasked with the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh as the next Supreme Court justice, but for a second day on Wednesday, she joined protesters in the Hart Senate Office Building to say the nominee is “dangerous for women” and that “women will die” if […]

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‘Democratic Socialist’ Running for NY State Senate Called on Falsehoods in Bio

A woman running as a “Democratic Socialist” for the state senate in New York is in hot water for what accusers say are falsehoods in her biography, multiple reports say. Julia Salazar is running to oust eight-term Democrat state Sen. Martin Dilan in the upcoming general election, but critics say that Salazar has a number […]

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Cynthia Nixon Protests ‘Notoriously Sexist’ Room Temperature for Cuomo Debate

Cynthia Nixon’s campaign has requested that the temperature of the venue for her debate with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo be set at 76 degrees. Nixon campaign senior advisor Rebecca Katz told WCBS-TV that because work environments are “notoriously sexist when it comes to temperature,” they “just want to make sure we’re all on the same […]

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Previews: Horacio Quiroz – “Polarities” @ Booth Gallery

On September 7th, Horacio Quiroz’s show will open at Booth Gallery in New York, featuring 12 surreal new works on canvas and a large installation with 34 works on paper. Entitled Polarities, the stateside debut exhibition from the Mexican artist introduces his grotesque imagery to art fans in the US, a selection of tortured portraits that hint […]

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Hudson Valley Brewery Makes Beer Based on Instinct, Not Instructions

Hudson Valley Brewery, a mid-level upstart, has the prowess of a business bound for broader horizons. Their beer—oftentimes pillowy, velvety or (on the occasion when its sour) almost more like Kombucha than beer—is consistently named among the best in the country. The brand’s success thus far certainly pertains to the fact that beer doesn’t have to […]

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Book Giveaway: “Anonymous” by Photographer Anthony Tafuro

A visual exploration of renowned hacktivist group, Anonymous, by Brooklyn-based photographer Anthony Tafuro (previously featured here). Following from BA.KU. (2015), which followed a balaclava-clad skateboard crew in Vancouver, Tafuro’s latest publication with powerHouse Books is based on a years-long project driven by his own fascination with the subversive international network as well as the very […]

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Says America ‘Was Never That Great’

NEW YORK (CBS Local) – New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has worked to portray himself as a major opponent to President Trump, offered a controversial alternative to the president’s famous campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” at a bill signing on Wednesday. “We are not going to make America great again. It was never […]

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How Hacker-Craft Sport Boats Inspire Buick’s New Avenir Cars

In a warehouse at the northernmost end of Lake George in upstate New York, Jeff Brown walks the length of what will become a 27-foot Hacker-Craft sport boat. Although it’s only a skeleton right now, the mahogany ribs will soon be planked, varnished, and fitted with a motor and interior before being delivered to a […]

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GOP Congressman Suspends Re-Election Campaign After Being Charged With Insider Trading

NEW YORK (CNN) — New York Republican Rep. Chris Collins suspended his reelection campaign on Saturday after he was indicted earlier this week on charges related to insider trading. “After extensive discussions with my family and friends over the last few days, I have decided that it is in the best interests of the constituents […]

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