Saturday, February 18, 2017


Dios Vive 

Browse Every Art Exhibition Held at MoMA Since 1929 with the New “MoMA Exhibition Spelunker” (Open Culture)
How a Museum in Queens Became a Neighborhood Ally (Next City)
Sunset Park Officials, Activists Call For More Engagement On Development Projects (Updated)
(Sunset Park Patch)
Labor dispute emerging at major city recycling center (Politico)
Employees at the Sims Municipal Recycling facility in Sunset Park have been attempting to join Teamsters Local 210 since December, they said, citing excessive health care costs and what they claim is poor treatment from management.
4 Decades After Eminent Domain Loss, Gowanus Concrete Plant Ready to Leave (DNAinfo)
Dora, the badass red-tailed hawk of Tompkins Square Park (Laura Goggin Photography)
Stanley Bard, Who Ran Chelsea Hotel as a Bohemian Sanctuary, Dies at 82 (NY Times)
Calling the Chelsea Hotel Home (NY Times)
Luc Sante, The Art of Nonfiction No. 9 (Paris Review)
A Bowery tinsmith paints his city of memory (Ephemeral New York)
“This Case of Conscience”: Spiritual Flushing and the Remonstrance (Queens Museum)
In the new millennium, religion, its relation to the state and mutual respect are hot-button issues across the globe. In Flushing, Queens, this very conversation started 350 years ago with the Flushing Remonstrance. The Flushing Remonstrance was drafted in 1657 and signed by a group of Flushing residents who were offended by the persecution of religions outside the established Reformed Dutch Church. This document is considered by many to be a precursor to the Bill of Rights’ provision for freedom of religion

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