Maybe it’s too close to Halloween and I’m paranoid about hidden needles, but I don’t want to eat some random apple or the cheddar-flavored Skinny Pop. Instead, I’ve brought along a breakfast burrito from a local bodega. I can sense my seatmate, a German named Andreas who works for German Public Radio, is a bit jealous.
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Trump says “only one thing will work,” but the attendees of New York Comic Con know better. We asked them how they’d defeat their mortal enemy (in the comic book universe). Click through for their answers.
The metal-wire Ai Weiwei installation that will reside underneath the Washington Square Arch from October 12 to Feb. 11 isn’t completed yet, but it’s already garnering mixed reviews from people in the neighborhood.
The project, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” is part of a larger exhibition by the Public Art Fund in celebration of its 40th anniversary, and the tall fence-like structure is just one of more than 300 installations that will be scattered across the five boroughs. Another Ai Weiwei installation is going up at Cooper Union.
The Christmas tree that usually resides underneath the Washington Square Arch during the holiday season will be displaced by the work of an internationally acclaimed artist, and it’s got some people in a Grinch-like mood.