With a nationwide campaign, yogi Sadhguru raises awareness about India’s threatened waterways, from the Ganges to minor streams.
“Those people lining the train tracks for RFK are proof of a hunger for more than just pandering and cheap pseudo-solutions for problems … and that hunger might now be stronger than ever.” – Jorg Colberg, Founder and editor of Conscientious Writer and photographer Jörg Colberg captures the urgency of The Train: RFK’s Last Journey, which opened at SFMOMA last week, as students all over the country gather together for gun reform. Amidst that immediacy, on the heels of the cry, “Senator Kennedy has been shot!” and the crowds that gathered to pay tribute, is the quiet thoughtfulness of that tribute.
The Trinity and Clark hotels will open by the end of next year South Park’s Trinity Auditorium building and the Grand Central Market -adjacent Clark Hotel have spent years under protracted restorations. The wait will be over soon, the New York Post reports: both historic buildings are slated to open by the end of 2019 under a new banner.
“It is the humane thing to do” Los Angeles City Councilmembers pledged Tuesday to build at least 222 units of permanent supportive housing in each of their 15 districts over the next three years. If they can accomplish that goal, they’ll bring 3,330 supportive housing units to “every corner” of the city by July 2020
What is glam ? Is it the subtle Instagram flex of eight Cartier Love bracelets jangling on your wrist? Is it setting your Seamless filter to “$$$$” and ordering a huge plate of sashimi to your hotel suite?
The Sullivan brothers, five sailors renowned during WWII, died aboard the ship when it was struck by an enemy torpedo.
Jeff Sheridan is currently exhibiting his paintings at Stephanie Chefas Projects. The show is titled Spirit in Matter, a grouping of black and white paintings that emphasize negative space and repetition, while faithfully respecting nature’s own artistic agency by following natural and elemental self-organizing principles.
The LPC approved replacing planters on the plaza Changes are coming to the public plaza surrounding 140 Broadway, formerly known as the Marine Midland Building.
This marks the eighth consecutive year that the city witnessed record-breaking tourism New York City’s tourism hot streak continues to go strong: Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with the city’s official destination organization NYC & Company, announced that in 2017, the city welcomed a record 62.8 million visitors—a 2.3 million increase over 2016’s visitor count and one million more than what was projected for last year. The new record also marks the eighth consecutive year for record-breaking tourism.
The tower was once expected to be complete in 2020 An improvised park and office building on Wilshire Boulevard have been granted city landmark status, potentially complicating plans to build a 36-story mixed-use development on the site. The Real Deal reports that the Los Angeles City Council approved historic-cultural monument status earlier this month for the 11-story, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill-designed office building at 3700 Wilshire and for “Liberty Park,” the grassy front lawn between the building and the street.