“I am not a social realist novelist.” Read more
People & Places
“I wanted to showcase a side of the city that wasn’t about lamenting what was lost, but celebrating what makes the city so vibrant.” Read more
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
“…a chance to take a closer look at the many different elements that make this city so distinctive, so rich and so endlessly fascinating.” Read more
“You’re always just a twenty minute timer away from a breakthrough.”
By Troy Segal
Did you know that, once upon a time:
- Tea was so expensive it was kept under lock and key?
- Warm onion juice was considered a cure for deafness?
- Serving chocolate cake at dinner parties was just not done?
“A complex melding of fast, bright notes with lower, somber melodies.”
By Niko Vercelletto
“The Science Guy” comes to the 92nd St. Y to stress education and discuss his new book, Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation.
By Nicole Lou
“She composed multiple drafts of the last chapter…simply because she did not want to give up working on the book too soon.”
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By Troy Segal
The days are dwindling down to a precious few to catch Exposed: A History of Lingerie at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Offering an overview of women’s undergarments—from corsets to camiknickers, peignoirs to thongs—it’s an eye-catching display. Read more