Last night we noted that yet another luxury condo at Manhattan’s One57 tower, *a member of “Billionaire’s Row,” a group of high-end towers clustered along the southern edge of Central Park, had.. Zero Hedge
WATCH ABOVE: How the city centre looked in the Pavilions fun pool's heyday A petition calling for the closed-down Pavilions swimming pool to be reopened has been launched. Closed in March 2012, the.. Plymouth Herald
WATCH ABOVE: Travellers at Prince Rock playing fields last week Travellers appear to have set up camp on fields in Plymouth's cherished Central Park. Photographs showing caravans on a patch of grass.. Plymouth Herald
In the latest sign that NYC’s ultra-high end property market is on the verge of imploding after a wave of overly aggressive development, another luxury condo at Manhattan’s One57 tower, *a member.. Zero Hedge
Balboa Park announces it is now home to ten LEED buildings as part of an effort to further sustainable endeavors in the area.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 23, 2017
Balboa Park, San Diego announces.. PRWeb
After Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the company's ARKit during last month's Worldwide Developers Conference, it became clear that augmented reality was on its way towards becoming mainstream. It may.. Business Insider
Not to detract from the cool tech creation here, but programmer Abhishek Singh's augmented reality reimagining of Super Mario Bros. World 1-1 for HoloLens isn't even the craziest thing about this.. Mashable
The Public Theater’s production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” featuring a Donald Trump-like lead has closed, but the controversy circling the play remains.
According to The Associated.. Huffington Post
Shakespeare clearly lies outside the right-wing attack machine’s area of expertise. While Breitbart News and friends were busy waging a full-scale war against the New York Public Theater’s.. L.A. Times
For 11 nights in late May and early June, Julius Caesar was brutally stabbed to death without much fuss as part of the Public Theater’s annual Shakespeare production in Central Park. On June 6,.. L.A. Times