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New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Feb 9, 2020
Capitol opens exhibit featuring works from the New York State Harlem Art Collection; honors former senator H. Carl McCall.

Poetry

Poetry

Elizabeth Yang
Jan 10, 2020
I am trying to find myself, figure out who I am, what my origin is, where my roots go, and what I meant for. It means looking back into my darkest moments of pain, trauma, heart break, and mental health issues. A endless dark cycle, but there is always a loophole. You are not the same person you were at those moments.

Karl's photo stream

Karl's photo stream

Karl Hir
Jul 16, 2019
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In Other News

In Other News

NewsPlexus Media
Jul 4, 2019
The replica Lion of Mosul, which can be viewed online , was modelled from crowd-sourced photos taken by Mosul Museum visitors in happier times and 3-D printed as part of Google's digital arts and culture project. It's going on display at London's Imperial War Museum in an exhibition that looks at how war devastates societies' cultural fabric — and at the ingenious and often heroic steps taken to preserve it.

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

NewsPlexus Media
May 16, 2019
The sartorial theme of this year's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala was "camp"— not summer camp, but the aesthetic of camp and its influence on fashion, as explored in the museum's new exhibit, "Camp: Notes on Fashion." Instructions for guests were to dress with "studied triviality." While the results varied hugely — from Katy Perry dressing as an elaborate candlelit chandelier (and later, a cheeseburger) to Kanye West wearing a simple black jacket that cost about $40 — there were indeed some slam-dunk "camp" moments.

Audio Books

Audio Books

Karl Hir
Mar 22, 2019
Cory Doctorow reads Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel Alice in Wonderland. This is the first book I ever read on my own, and it was a pleasure to read it aloud for you.

Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

NewsPlexus Media
Mar 31, 2019
Filmmaker Denali Tiller started capturing footage of a former inmate's life four years ago. A Rhode Island School of Design student at the time, she soon was introduced to a few children of inmates serving prison sentences for violent crimes. On Monday, Tiller's project, "Tre Maison Dasan," is scheduled to air on most PBS stations as part of the series "Independent Lens." It comes after the Albuquerque woman filmed more than 350 hours of three Rhode Island boys coping with incarcerated parents. The film follows Tre Janson, Maison Teixeira, and Dasan Lopes over three years as they struggle with anger, loneliness and uncertainty from having a parent behind bars.

World News from News Plexus

World News from News Plexus

NewsPlexus Media
Mar 15, 2019
Nouf Abdulaziz, Loujain al-Hathloul and Eman al-Nafjan have won the PEN/Barbey Freedom to Write Award, the literary and human rights organization announced Thursday. The award was established in 1987 and is given to writers imprisoned for their work, with previous recipients coming from Ukraine, Egypt and Ethiopia among other countries. In custody for working to "undermine the security" of the kingdom, Abdulaziz, Al-Hathloul and Al-Nafjan have openly opposed such government policies as a ban on women driving and the restriction of women's travel, education and other rights without approval from a male guardian. On Wednesday, al-Hathloul and al-Nafjan were among those at a closed-door hearing in Riyadh, according to Amnesty International. Reporters were not allowed in.

Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

NewsPlexus Media
Mar 3, 2019
The dozens of community and nonprofit theaters across the U.S. forced to abandon productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird" under legal threat were offered an olive branch in the form of Aaron Sorkin's script for the Broadway version. Scott Rudin, producer of the New York adaptation of Harper Lee's novel, had cited an agreement with Lee's estate in demanding that what he called improperly licensed productions be shut down. Following a backlash in recent days, Rudin said the theater companies could perform the Sorkin play as long as they use his adaptation.

World News from News Plexus

World News from News Plexus

NewsPlexus Media
Feb 24, 2019
Taking center stage in the weekly protests against Serbia's autocratic president was a role that actors Sergej and Branislav Trifunovic felt compelled to play. The two brothers are among the main public faces of the demonstrations against populist leader Aleksandar Vucic's firm grip on power that started in early December. They march with the masses and speak at rallies. Sergej Trifunovic also has taken a role leading a liberal political movement.