New York City’s Department of Education (DOE) sent out high school offer letters to close to 80,000 students this week. While many were thrilled with the results, too many others were left disappointed or devastated.
A Brooklyn, New York, flea market will offer some bugged-out items for sale this weekend ― like a spider web ring.
The First Annual Oddities Flea Market will be held March 12 at the Brooklyn Bazaar, giving lovers of the weird a chance to buy some truly bizarre items in all price ranges, according to organizer Ryan Matthew Cohn, best known for his appearances on the Science Channel series, “Oddities.”
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When it debuted Off Broadway in 2015, “Significant Other” felt innately plugged into the cultural zeitgeist, breaking away from so-called “issue” plays like “The Boys in the Band” and “The Normal Heart” that had come to define queer theater.
This week, the anti-home sharing website InsideAirbnb released an outrageous—and outrageously shoddy—new report that made a series of sweeping conclusions about the nature of the Airbnb host community in historically Black neighborhoods in New York City, asserting that Airbnb is promoting “racial gentrification.
Buckman joined forces with fellow feminist artist Natalie Frank to call out some of the real and entirely repulsive statements said by politicians about women and their bodies, in a painful yet necessary project called “We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident.
Move along, nothing to see here ― right? Just an elegant lady enjoying a leisurely gondola ride with her elderly female chaperone, a depiction of a proper young woman going about daily life in 16th-century Venice.
Budding fashionista Izana “Zaryia Mizrahi” Vidai, who identifies as transgender, opens up about the challenges of her beauty regimen in this exclusive clip from the new documentary, “Kiki.
A groundbreaking culmination of years of underground queer performance by a married artist duo is set to take place this April ― and they need your help to make their dream a reality.
A new and necessary film will explore the nature of femme identity among gay men, and the way men who have sex with men are expected to adhere to masculine stereotypes.
The efforts of Long Island, New York’s Town of East Hampton to quell aircraft noise involving the town-owned airport have been negated by a federal appeals court. This has resulted in a move to have the town shut down its airport and open the more than 600 acres for other uses.
A bull that escaped a slaughterhouse, only to be captured by police after running through the streets of New York City, has died.