The commissioner of the Russian pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, Grigory Revzin, has been fired due to his political views on the Crimean situation, The Art Newspaper reported. According to a Facebook post published on his page on Monday,
A pair of new studies out this week indicate that Facebook makes people feel terrible about themselves and too much Twitter can lead to breakups. Is the internet a series of tubes that does nothing but suck all of the joy out of people's lives? Probably.
Derrick Gordon, a sophomore basketball player at the University of Massachusetts, announced that he's gay on Wednesday, making him the first openly out player in men's Division I college basketball.
Dominique Ansel reopened his wildly popular Cronut shop this morning after a three-day shutdown by the Health Department, whose inspectors found a "severe mouse infestation" and "several hundred mouse droppings" in the bakery.
On Thursday, the Women’s Media Center released its third annual report on gender bias in major US media creation. The results, I’m sorry to say, confirm what many of us already know anecdotally: that women are underrepresented across the board.
Check out The King's swanky get away pad in the desert...
We all know about Coachella headliners Outkast and Arcade Fire, but what about all those lesser-known artists listed in the smaller fonts on the line-up?
An interview with Amy, a female employee who was left out of her start-up's acquisition by Google.
I was recently going through my favorite movies and realized I'm a huge homosexual. Ok, so maybe I didn't JUST realize that but I digress. I realized there certainly are some gay classics that have absolutely nothing to do with the gays at all.
Eli and Edythe Broad have bought Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room for their Grand Avenue museum. The article implies it will be a long-term installation and says director Joanne Heyler is exploring whether to require free timed tickets.