In October, Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City, will visit Buenos Aires with a political initiative that should be copied by every city participating in the Urban20 forum: to sue the oil companies for the damages caused by climate change.* Last Wednesday, the Big Apple sued Chevron Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, [Read more]
The incident has once again raised the alarm in New York, forcing authorities to take extraordinary measures to prevent further attacks and any resulting victims of jihadi brutality.
Harlem freezes over with an Anglo-Saxon frown, but as soon as the summer winds arrive, we all head down to the banks of the river to while away our afternoons.
But the value of all those institutions and initiatives that make up a good government, not only since the invention of democracy, is often only noticed when they are lacking.
A true New Yorker knows the right way to eat pizza – namely, with bare fingers.
As the horde of presidential candidates invaded the metropolis for primary election time they were given a lot of advice, some of it under the heading “Things That You Just Don't Do.”
A few years ago, Mayor Bill de Blasio and [Read more]
Following Trump, another billionaire may join the race as an independent candidate. Bloomberg has a track record. But that’s far from sufficient.
No, Trump is the hideous incarnation of the American dream gone wrong, a hectoring presence shouting that if you were more like him, a fearless, smart and daring alpha, then all the riches and celebrity of the free market will be yours.
The new building of the Whitney Museum of American Art, designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, immediately became one of the main attractions of New York City. Its objective is to attract 1 million visitors per year.
Welcome among the best! The congratulations that MoMA, the famous contemporary art museum, [Read more]