This series is an ongoing series as I still struggle with self-worth, self-doubt, and confidence. Within this series, they are more of letters to myself with the goal of hoping to extend it to my audience. For those who are going through the same emotions as me: self-doubt, self-love, and trying to find our value and purpose in life, I hope to extend it to you; therefore, welcome to my SELF-LOVE series.
According to a recent Siena College poll: New Yorkers support impeaching and removing President Trump; trust Nancy Pelosi and CNN News; oppose dividing New York into two states; would pay college athletes; feel Cuomo is doing a better job; have lost faith in leading Republicans; and, by a tiny margin, are now in favor of granting driver licenses to undocumented immigrants.
Members of the public can now view the top submissions to "Aim for the Sky: Competition to Re-Imagine the Buffalo Skyway Corridor," which challenged the nation's top urban designers, economists, planners and architects to reimagine the four-mile stretch of lakefront.
The New York State Board for Historic Preservation has recommended adding 14 properties, resources and districts to the State and National Registers of Historic Places, which would make them eligible for preservation programs and grant funds.
The second span of the Kosciuszko Bridge will open to traffic before rush hour early on Thursday morning, carrying commuters from Queens into Brooklyn four years ahead of schedule. The state has already partnered with a Brooklyn park conservancy to turn a seven-mile stretch of land underneath the new bridge in Greenpoint into a multi-purpose public park and cultural center.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation this week significantly strengthening state anti-discrimination and sexual harassment laws — legislation primarily propelled by a group of former legislative aides in New York state government who were victimized by powerful politicians, state officials or high-ranking staff.
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.