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New York Public Library Won’t Cave to Cancel Culture by Pulling Dr. Seuss Books
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And to think they stood up for Dr. Seuss on 42nd Street. If there was anyplace that the Cat in the Hat was going to be sent packing, where there was going to be a reckoning over why Dr. Seuss only included one fish, two fish, red fish and blue fish in his works, it […]

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Closing Soon: From New York to Atlanta and Dallas, 5 Museum Exhibitions Featuring African American Artists | Culture Type
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Closing Soon: From New York to Atlanta and Dallas, 5 Museum Exhibitions Featuring African American Artists by FROM NEW YORK TO TEXAS, museums are presenting some of the most socially engaging and historically significant work of our time. The five must-see exhibitions feature critically acclaimed video installations by Arthur Jafa and Garrett Bradley; retrospectives exploring […]

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You Know I’m Right, Episode 91: Ken Davidoff Of The New York Post (Audio/Video) • In The Zone | Sports Lifestyle & Culture
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Nicholas Durst Nicholas Durst is a sports media professional who has worked as an on-air personality and producer with the Brooklyn Cyclones, Bleacher Report, MSG Networks, WFAN Radio and MTV. He has experience in TV, radio, social/digital media, short-form and live video across sports and entertainment. He is also a NCAA Division II broadcaster for […]

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Actors’ Equity Slams New York City’s “Open Culture” Outdoor Performance Plan Over Wage And Safety Issues
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Actors’ Equity is warning members that New York City’s just-launched “Open Culture” program of outdoor performances on city streets does not meet the union’s minimum standards for wages or its Covid-19 safety protocols. “If you are approached to work on a New York City ‘Open Culture’ project, please contact your business representative immediately before accepting,” […]

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Goldman Sachs Partners’ Exits Point to a Changing Culture at the Bank – The New York Times
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Mr. Solomon took a different approach. He streamlined Goldman’s structure, creating a new consumer wealth management unit to house its Marcus retail banking division alongside its money management unit for rich individuals, while focusing the traditional asset management business on investment funds. He sought to trim costs, potentially including payouts to partners, who typically make […]

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Vanishing in the Desert, Traditional Bedouin Culture Lives Online – The New York Times
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He was speaking in his classic apartment in an old neighborhood of Jerusalem. The bookshelves of his small office were crammed with dictionaries and the chronicles of early travelers to Arabia and the Holy Land. A laptop was perched on a cluttered desk. Drawers were filled with old cassette tapes, each one labeled. Mr. Bailey […]

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The New York Times Company Culture | Comparably
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157 employees at The New York Times have reviewed The New York Times across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was 8 days ago. Overall, the 157 The New York Times employees give their leadership a grade of A+, or Top […]

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Off the Presses: ‘New Jersey’s Lost Piney Culture’ | Princeton Info
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William J. Lewis’s recently released book published by The History Press, a division of Arcadia Press, is an examination of cultural changes within one of New Jersey’s most culturally important regions, the Pinelands. The New Egypt resident — who studied business at Rider University and served in the United States Marines — refers to himself […]

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How ‘Lolita’ Escaped Obscenity Laws and Cancel Culture – The New York Times
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As I read all this and thought about all the things I’d been pontificating about to the press, I started to wonder how on earth “Lolita” had managed to get published then without ever having to endure the indignity of prosecution. Why had “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” been prosecuted in 1960, but not “Lolita” the year […]

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Dr. Seuss Books Are Pulled, and a ‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy Erupts – The New York Times
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“I think when there is something in a book that you find offensive, what a great teaching opportunity,” Ms. Lewis said. “We all have a choice as to whether we buy it or not,” she added, “but removing it kind of makes me want to shake my head.” The reaction to Tuesday’s announcement was one […]

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