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Afternoon Bulletin: Crane Strikes 3 World Trade Center, Ice Cream Thieves and More

Part of a crane struck a glass panel on the 12th floor of 3 World Trade Center Thursday night.

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Ina Garten Has a New Park Avenue Kitchen to Prep

For when Ina and Jeffrey Garten aren’t making Barefoot Contessa magic in East Hampton, of course

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Here’s the Right Way to Wear the New Goop Shoes

Wear them to all the places Gwyneth goes.

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Every Woman Who Works In Tech Needs to Bookmark This New Website

Hire Tech Ladies is a must.

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I, for One, Welcome Our AI Overlords

As a species, we are on the verge of birthing the most prodigiously advanced and intelligent child within our known universe.

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10 Style-Packed Books That Need A Movie

Since Kirsten Dunst announced her directorial debut with the adaptation of The Bell Jar, consider some other classic movies-to-be.

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We Solved an MTV Reality Show Weeks Before the Finale Using Simple Math (Again)

Mathematical spoilers ahead.

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‘Gotham’ E.P. Promises ‘Forerunner to Harley Quinn’

Harley Quinn fans can look forward to the Clown Princess of Crime appearing on Fox’s ‘Gotham’…kind of.

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Get Your Clothing ‘Farm-to-Closet’ Indigo-Dyed at BUAISOU’s Shop in Bushwick

Short List / This Brooklyn Store Will Dye Your Clothing On Site With Farm-to-Table Indigo

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If You’re in the Market for Unique Ceramics, Recreation Center is the Place to Go

Short List / This Brooklyn Store Will Dye Your Clothing With Farm-to-Table Indigo On-Site

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Rio’s Opening Message: The World Destroys Itself

In this year’s Olympic ceremony, insecurity went global.

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Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Oprah Winfrey All Use the 5-Hour Rule

If Gladwell’s 10,000 hours isn’t an absolute rule that applies across fields, what does it really take to become world class in the world of work?

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In Defense of ‘The Cursed Child’

I’m impatient and impulsive, and so I’m pro-spoiler by default—choosing just to lean in to my perpetual habit of flipping to the end of books to find out who survives and reading the Wikipedia summary of any horror movie I

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Juliette Lewis Is a ‘Public Servant’ of Rock ‘n’ Roll

“Everything I do is sort of cosmic and half-assed, like miraculous accidents.”—Juliette Lewis

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Cleveland Gets A Triennial! Founder of ‘Shazam for Art’ App Strikes Back … And More

All your art world news for August 4, 2016.

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‘The Challenge Rivals III’ Finale: Split Decision

A good Challenge twist is about the best thing in the world after Will Smith’s run of July 4th blockbusters and a swimming pool that has just enough people to hang out with but not too many so that you

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Die Dashboards Die! Why Conversations Will Reinvent Software

Software should be like a good friend—ask and ye shall receive.

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Bright and Precious Jay McInerney

Toward the end of the 1980s, Jay McInerney spotted Ronald Perelman on Fifth Avenue. Flanked by bodyguards, the billionaire businessman was standing next to a homeless person. That scene, the kind of prototypical New York study in stark contrasts, gave

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Stringer Audit Blames ‘Mismanagement’ for Rivington House Deed Removal

Comptroller Scott Stringer said it was mismanagement at City Hall that led to the removal of a deed restriction at Rivington House.

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Poll: Voters Disapprove of de Blasio But Like Him Better Than Potential Challengers

Mayor Bill de Blasio could still be reelected despite majority of city voters disapproving of the job he is doing.

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