There are few things as publicly humiliating as falling on your face in the middle of the street. There are also few things as funny as looking at pictures of such graceless individuals. Circle of life, Hakuna Matata: One man’s burden is another’s LOL of the day.
Luckily (for the rest of us), one intrepid AFP photographer named Timothy Clary posted up on a 5th Avenue yesterday and took as many photos as possible of people slipping down the street. The results are unsurprisingly amazing.
A quarter page color ad appeared in the widely-distributed free newspaper amNewYork back in April featuring Avril Nolan along side the text “I am positive (+) … I have rights.” Read More
Mere weeks after closing on a development site at 239 Tenth Avenue, newly back-on-the-scene Michael Shvo is already shaking up the status quo.
The go-go broker—now developer—whose brash branding campaigns and outsized ambition earned him a lot of friends, enemies and press in the gaga years before the housing crash, is up to his old tricks. First, Mr. Shvo announced his return with a (debatabley) price record-setting purchase of the West Chelsea lot. And now he has redecorated it, surrounding the old Getty gas station at its center with a thick wall of trees, reports Curbed.
One week into his tenure as president and CEO of the Getty Trust, James Cuno–who previously served as director of the Art Institute of Chicago and who looks a bit like former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine–sat down with Jori Finkel at The Los Angeles Times to discuss his plans for the $5.3-billion institution. Below, some highlights.