In Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, on exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, architects were asked to rethink the American suburbs in light of the foreclosure crisis.
Jen Chung and Jake Dobkin, the founders of the New York–centric blog “Gothamist,” have some news they’d like to share.
A not-so-funny thing happened to Diane Paulus on the way to the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Will her production of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess” get the last laugh?
Vladimir Putin won the presidential election in March, but was bruised along the way by spirited street protests. Timothy Frye, director of Columbia’s Harriman Institute, explains what a weakened Putin means for Russia.
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NAACP president and CEO Ben Jealous is leading America's oldest civil rights organization boldly into the 21st century. Will the nation follow?
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