On Sunday, April 1, the white walls of Mark Miller Gallery on Orchard Street were covered with renderings of the imagined possibilities of the Low Line, a much-talked-about plan for an underground park in an abandoned trolley turnaround station below Delancey Street that will be lit by solar technology, if its creators can make it happen. The exhibit, which opened that night, also included a three-dimensional model of a cross section below Delancey Street, and a rather intimidating example of that fiber-optic solar technology.
Newsweek editorial director Mark Miller, Jon Meacham’s right-hand man, is following Mr. Meacham and international editor Fareed Zakaria out the door, according to Memo Pad. Mr. Miller began as a summer intern at the magazine in 1985 and held a number of titles on the print and digital side over the Read More
Newsweek launched a redesigned Web site last night. The new design is aimed at making the latest news on the site easier to find.
The new site seems purposefully stripped down and straightforward, with only one top story and a downward scrolling feed with the latest items at the top. There is also a sidebar, a wire of Read More