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Whether you’re in a festive mood or feeling over-stuffed with spirit, it can be difficult to find reasons to put down the fork and remote on Thanksgiving. To help you discover some new ways enjoy your holiday, we’ve pulled together these 10 gobble-less activities to check out this year.
Conveniently located 45 minutes away from Hong Kong by ferry (or 20 minutes by helicopter), Macau is a fantastic place to party for visitors on a layover. Newer than Vegas, slightly seedier, and most definitely gaudier— Macau is Asia’s very own haven for whales and party animals. Here are 7 things you can do to map out your night of fun in Macau!
Belmont Raceway has been on the list of possible places for the Shinnecock to build their hotel/casino since talk of the idea had surfaced in 2007. Well, this week the idea started to really take shape when Shinnecock Nation Gaming Authority Vice Chairman Phillip Brown, Gaming Authority member Karen Hunter, Tribal Trustee Fred Bess, and Detroit-based casino developer Michael Malik proposed plans to the neighbors of the famed race track.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced plans for a state takeover of Atlantic City's perpetually endangered casinos yesterday. The hope is to restore some glam to the beleaguered seaside town, the kind seen in Martin Scorsese's upcoming Boardwalk Empire. But could the series itself be a good omen for AC? More»
New York had a rough decade. The '00s were bookended and defined by calamities in the Financial District that had global ramifications. Far less tragically, the city's cultural scene underwent significant shakeups. Here's the first part in a look at those transitions, and verdicts on the people and movements that will define NYC in the '10s. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.