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With the relatively recent creation of the blog, big business and individuals have taken the opportunity to utilize this widely available and visible platform to discuss an array of topics. Fashion is most likely the commonest topic written about. The following selection of fashion blogs range from well-known blogs to some lesser known ones, nevertheless they all deserve notable attention for their prose, taste, and individuality. More»
The British are coming! Frieze Art Fair, the crown jewel of London's art scene, invades New York City next weekend, May 4-7. And it promises to be quite the spectacle -- over 180 international contemporary galleries will display their art treasures, including the notoriously coy Gagosian Gallery.
The location of this glamorous fair? Randall's Island, an oft-forgotten sliver off Manhattan's coast that once housed an orphanage, a mental asylum, a graveyard for the poor, and Cirque du Soleil. More»
Katie Couric danced at the Plaza, Betty White videoed it in, Rosie O'Donnell and Arianna Huffington handed out Matrix Awards, Robert Redford screened his new film, Chris Rock gave the NYT's something to struggle with, Courtney Love viewed designer clothes and much more. Find out what happened last night! More»
Britney Spears shows us what the end of the world looks like, physicists may have discovered a new force of nature, and A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano reunited. Also, check out Ben Franklin's daily schedule. Plus! Where do the kinkiest people in America live? MORE>>>>
"Mo' money, mo' problems," goes the eloquent adage, so why shouldn't the Hamptons have its very own recovery haven to kick the addictions of the rich? More»
When we caught up with New Yorker editor David Remnick at last night's Moth Ball, he discussed his measured approval of the growing influence of the iPad in journalism but warned that content should not be free... More»
Sunday, May 19
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.