Saturday, January 7, 2017


Coming home from C.I.

Working Lads of Whitechapel (Spitalfields Life)

John Berger, art critic and author, dies aged 90 (Guardian)

Watch John Berger's 1972 BBC series Ways of Seeing (Ubu)

Photos from the George Eastman Museum, now available online (Open Culture)

Where Mayor de Blasio’s Rezoning Proposals Stand (City Limits)

In Search of Post-Brexit England, & Swans: Helen Macdonald goes Swan Upping (NY Times)

'I, Daniel Blake' Review: One Man vs. the System in Inspiring Social-Realist Drama (Rolling Stone)

Private developers running discussions over Brooklyn, Queens trolley (Post)

Coming soon: the Sunset Park Sentinel, a sister to the Red Hook-Star Revue (SPS)

David Wojnarowicz's 1991 memoir, Close to the Knives, to be re-issued in March (Canongate)

Black Jacks: African American Sailors in the 19th Century, Brooklyn Borough Hall, Feb. 3 (Eventbrite)

Woody Guthrie's New Year's Resolutions, 1943 (Open Culture)

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