Tag: outdoors

If You Hold Your Breath When You Walk Past Others, Read This

This week, HuffPost reader Janet asked: “If I hold my breath when I walk past people, would that help stop me getting coronavirus if they have it?” Many of us have been there: walking along the path, staring at your…

/ February 1, 2021

‘My Practice Looks Very Different Today’: 15 Artist-Mothers on Balancing Work and Family After a Year Like No Other

The events of 2020 turned the world upside down for everyone. But the burden of life in lockdown has predominantly fallen on women, and on mothers in particular, with many pressured to leave the workforce entirely to focus on childcare…

/ January 4, 2021

Kate Middleton And Prince William Under Fire For Breaking Coronavirus Rules

Kate Middleton and Prince William have found themselves in the hot seat yet again after breaking coronavirus guidelines during an outing over the weekend.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed with their three children (Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince…

/ December 22, 2020

A Handsomely Illustrated New Book Uncovers New York City’s Lost and Hidden Gems of Public Art—See Images Here

It’s been a tough year for New York museums. But even without cultural institutions, there is free world-class art to see all over the city, as writer and curator Lori Zimmer shows in her new book, Art Hiding in New York:…

/ November 27, 2020

The Art World at Home: Curator Nellie Scott Is Fighting to Save the Studio of Pop Art Nun Corita Kent and Registering New Voters

In this series, we check in with curators, historians, and other art-world professionals to get a peek into their day-to-day. This year, the Corita Art Center in Los Angeles, which is dedicated to the life and career of Corita Kent—the nun-turned…

/ November 20, 2020

Coronavirus: NSW records 13 new cases of COVID-19 – 9News

New cases of coronavirus in New South Wales are back in double digits with 13 new cases recorded in the past 24 hours.Twelve of those were acquired in the community and one was a person in mandatory hotel quarantine.Six of…

/ August 28, 2020

From dusty villages to Delhi, Indians seek people to persecute

WHEN the two old friends set off in early June for a day in the country, they had no inkling of what was in store. Abhijit Nath, a 30-year-old businessman, liked cooking, dogs and fancy pet fish. Nilotpal Das, 29,…

/ July 28, 2018

Airstream’s $40,000 Basecamp Gets an Off-Road Upgrade

If you’re considering adding some #vanlife to your Instagram feed but lack either (a) a van, or (b) a place outside your Bushwick walk-up to stash the 28-foot Airstream Land Yacht, consider the Airstream Basecamp. At 16 feet long and…

/ July 27, 2018

New Works and No Lines: How the Cleveland Museum of Art Is Changing the Way Visitors See Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrors’

The Yayoi Kusama juggernaut is continuing its domination of North America as the octogenarian’s blockbuster show “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors” opened at the Cleveland Museum of Art on July 7. But while visitors can expect the artist’s signature kaleidoscopic rooms…

/ July 24, 2018

The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals for Home, Outdoor, and Lifestyle: Instant Pot, Zojirushi, Fitbit

It's here, it's here! Amazon Prime Day, our unofficial national summer shopping holiday, can be a little overwhelming. We've winnowed down our picks in a few niche categories to help you get the best prices on some of the most…

/ July 17, 2018

Artist Mel Chin Floods Times Square With Virtual Reality Art to Sound the Alarm on Climate Change

Visitors to New York’s Times Square can sink deep beneath the ocean waves this summer with Wake and Unmoored, a two-part mixed reality art installation from conceptual artist Mel Chin. The work presents a hauntingly prophetic vision of a city…

/ July 12, 2018

Rising Star Caitlin Keogh on How Vintage Fashion and Contemporary Poetry Inspire Her Hypnotic Paintings

Situated in a nondescript converted storefront in Long Island City, Caitlin Keogh’s studio is unusually neat and pristine for a painter. Right now, it is nearly empty, the majority of her recent paintings having already been shipped to Boston, where…

/ June 22, 2018

Editors’ Picks: 14 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting, and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. See them below. Monday, June 11 Robert Clohessy as Frank, Laurie Simmons as Ellie, John Rothman as John, all portraying characters from A…

/ June 11, 2018

I Marched in Lara Schnitger’s Feminist Protest Parade at Frieze New York. Here’s What It Was Like

The chanting started softly, a mere whisper, but soon grew in volume. “A dress is not a yes!” we chanted as we marched through the aisles of Frieze New York, clad in jumpsuits and 20th-century suffragette-inspired dresses designed by Lara…

/ May 3, 2018