By the time I first saw it in 2003, its days were numbered and it was only playing host on Saturday nights to 'School Disco', a bizarre club event to which twentysomethings turned up in old school uniforms. It's since been replaced by an office building but it made me happy to see that this old wall-painting had been preserved.
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Slavoj Žižek on the Charlie Hebdo massacre: Are the worst really full of...
How fragile the belief of an Islamist must be if he feels threatened by a stupid caricature in a weekly satirical newspaper, says the Sloven
Cheney to Lead Torture-Pride March - The New Yorker
“We’ll be there to say, ‘We’re torturers and we’re damn proud of it—join us,’” the former Vice-President said.
Subway Emotional-Awareness Campaign - The New Yorker
Riding the train with your partner? Remember, cutesy conversations and giggling can be nauseating to your fellow passengers.
The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks: Tarte "Maurice"
Please send your submissions via email to bethanykeeley (at) gmail.com. I look at them all, but it might take a while to get to yours -- sor
Konstantin Petrov’s World Trade Center Photographs
Nick Paumgarten on Konstantin Petrov, an electrician at Windows on the World whose photos offer a portrait of the Twin Towers.