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In the days after the catastrophic attack on the World Trade Center, many spontaneous moving memorials to victims appeared throughout the city, in places like Union Square, the Brooklyn Promenade and various triage information centers for victims families.
The three previous installments of this series critically explored the new New York of the Giuliani administration via redefinition of quality of life and the war on crime, decency and the free market, and, most recently, welfare-to-work and the war on the citys poor.
Commager, a historian, launched his criticisms at the outset of the cold war, a period during which freedoms of speech or association would be anything but sacrosanct. Such repression was justified
Knowles: Ellen, it was great you came to the performance last night (At the Drawing Center). Tell me what you thought of it?
For many of us, E.H. Gombrich was known as an author of the widely popular The Story of Art, which sold millions of copies and was translated into more than twenty languages.
Erico Villanuevas expanded dance piece Ikukos Alter Ego had its late September, attack-delayed opening in the grim scene of downtown recovery that has redefined our times.
Not even a Sunday, just a Sunday morning. Three scenes, a thousand words. And the necessary backdrop of the melancholy Central European provinces. The square by the Danube: the river has risen a bit in the last few days, and the long-hulled boats, either on their own or with the aid of tugboats, struggle against the current but they slide quickly and almost soundlessly in the other direction as the brown water foams.
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