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George Floyd statue vandalized in Union Square
Passersby stopped to watch as volunteers scrubbed and brushed off the grey paint that was poured on the face of the mahogany wood and bronze painted sculpture.
NFT or Digital asset art nets thousands in sales
Unlike cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, an NFT is typically one of a kind, which can make them extremely valuable.
Judge Sentences Human Rights Lawyer for Criminal Contempt
Outside, the protesters were united in support of Donziger, who has waged a three-decade-long legal battle against Chevron for polluting Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest and killing potentially thousands of mostly indigenous Ecuadorian people.
Court rules to continue Haitian deportations
The journey to the border was arduous for all migrants, but especially for women, many of whom were raped along the way.
The future of Vessel is uncertain after suicides haunt the once popular tourist attraction
Its architects and stakeholders are at a standstill on how to make the sculpture a safe tourist attraction without taking away from the integrity of the original purpose of the public art piece.
Activists chain themselves to the tree to save East River Park
The New York City Council wants to build flood control in the Lower East Side.
MTA works on improvements after Hurricane Ida flooding
Over 20 subway lines were suspended due to the flood left in Ida’s wake.
Park Slope bar captures soccer frenzy
“A decade ago they wouldn’t even show these games on TV, no one would have been here."
A dogs love can cure the blues
Early in the pandemic there was a waiting list to adopt dogs from shelters.
Local Haitian aid organization struggles with resources to help asylum seekers
Behind their community-facing smiles, processing the brutalization of Haitians already fleeing a country in distress weighs heavily on the leadership.