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This Comedy Web Series Is Using Kickstarter to Take Aim at NYC Gentrification

“This whole island is one big Duane Reade with a Starbucks inside and an IHOP inside that and a Bank of America inside that.”

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Dressing the Part: On ‘UnREAL’, Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Shattering

It took just three episodes of UnREAL for Rachel to switch out her ‘dress for success’ black Helmut Lang blazers and leather pants

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7 Things To Do in New York’s Art World by June 25

Art world things to please you and your loved ones.

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Nate Berkus’ Gorgeous Greenwich Village Penthouse Sells for $9.8M

He did get Oprah’s stamp of approval…

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For Escaping the NY Noise: Mediterranean-Style Palm Springs Retreat Korakia Pensione

Short List / Artful, Optimistic, and Elegantly Simple

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For Artistic Inspiration: SOCO Gallery in Charlotte, NC

Short List / Artful, Optimistic, and Elegantly Simple

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False Flags: The Kremlin’s Hidden Cyber Hand

The Islamic State’s hacking army doesn’t actually work for ISIS—It’s part of the secret Russian online espionage effort against the West.

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‘Penny Dreadful’ Star on Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde and ‘Closeness’ with Victor Frankenstein

Penny Dreadful’s Shazad Latif talks Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde, and his electric chemistry with Victor Frankenstein

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Afternoon Bulletin: Stringer Eyes Gracie Mansion, Danger on the Subway and More

Scott Stringer might be planning to run for mayor and multiple people were hurt on the subway yesterday.

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Love is Love: Lin-Manuel Miranda Official Merch is in Solidarity With Orlando Victims

Miranda launched the site with the sale of his “Love is Love” T-shirt, with proceeds going to the LGBTQ community in Florida.

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Weekend Edition: 7 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before June 20

Enjoy a beautiful summer weekend with these things to do.

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These Famous Artists Loved the ‘World’s Ugliest Color,’ Long-lost Gauguin Found

Pantone 448C, also known as “opaque couché,” has been dubbed the “World’s Ugliest Color.”

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One Word Captures the NSA’s Culture of Secrecy

As the White House ponders FOIA reform, we take a look back at a culture of secrecy.

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The Workplace: The Weapon of Choice in the Arms Race for Millennial Talent

To be successful in the face of changing demographics, leaders must have clear visions for what their cultures and workplaces need to feel like to support success.

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‘We Are Not Less Than’: New Yorkers Flock to Stonewall to Honor Orlando

People, rainbow flags and shining lights filled surrounded the Stonewall Inn tonight as New Yorkers honored 49 people killed in Orlando.

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Robert Bissell’s Beautiful, Imaginative Wildlife Paintings

Short List / On the Mind of Maisy Kay

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Jihad Denial Kills…Again

So far, his story is shaping up as the now-customary list of jihadist clichés.

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Breaking: Hillary Clinton Sent Information Marked Classified

Fox News proves that emails marked ‘Confidential’ were among those stored and forwarded by former Secretary of State

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Outgoing Press Secretary Encourages de Blasio to Develop ‘Tougher Skin’

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s outgoing press secretary Karen Hinton says that City Hall is still struggling to communicate—but that she believes the mayor can turn it around.

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Williamsburg Unbound

It was not so long ago that public access was nonexistent along the waterfront, that manufacturing businesses still occupied the warehouses, and there were only a few bars, and no upscale restaurants, along Bedford Avenue.

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