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Review: Most Human Origins Stories Are Not Compatible with Known Fossils

FOSSIL APES CAN INFORM US ABOUT ESSENTIAL ASPECTS OF APE AND HUMAN EVOLUTION, INCLUDING THE NATURE OF OUR LAST COMMON ANCESTOR In the 150 years since Charles Darwin speculated that humans originated in Africa, the number of species in the human family tree has exploded, but so has the level of dispute concerning early human evolution. Fossil apes are often

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Pre-Code Fox Rarities from the MoMA Archive

May 06, 2021 – May 20, 2021 – The Museum of Modern Art Founded in 1915 by the self-educated entrepreneur William Fox, the Fox Film Corporation became home to the most dazzling lineup of directorial talent in the studio era. As silent film transitioned into sound, Fox’s roster of directors included Frank Borzage, Allan Dwan, John Ford, Howard Hawks, William

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Story Idea: 9 NYC Cultural Institutions to explore during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and beyond

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, where we celebrate the contributions and influence that Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans have had on our country’s history, culture, and achievements. New York City is home to the second-largest AAPI population in the United States, and these communities account for many of the City’s vibrant, thought-provoking and culturally rich

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Seven New Restaurants in New York Receive MICHELIN Star Awards

— Inspectors recognize seven new One MICHELIN Stars in the new edition of the MICHELIN Guide New York City and Westchester County — Blue Hill at Stone Barns is recognized with the first MICHELIN Green Star in New York /PRNewswire/ — The MICHELIN Guide concluded its “Still Serving” series with the announcement of 68 Starred awards in New York City and Westchester County.

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Broadway to Fully Reopen Its Doors This September

Beginning May 6 and Throughout May, Broadway Tickets Go on Sale for Shows Starting September 14  Tickets Will Be Made Available at 100% of Theater Capacity  Productions, Theaters, and Attendees Subject to State’s Health Guidance Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Broadway will fully reopen its doors this September, in accordance with the State’s health and safety guidance. Beginning May 6, and throughout May, tickets for Broadway shows – which begin

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FORD Models Celebrates 75th Anniversary and Announces the Return of FORD Miami

FORD Models continues to expand by reestablishing their commercial board and tapping Craig Lawrence to head the division and re-launch in Miami, Florida /PRNewswire/ — FORD Models proudly brings back its South Florida division, FORD Models Miami, as a joint venture with Caleb White and Rachel Zimmerman of Zombie Model Management, integrating this boutique mother agency’s vision into FORD’s. The FORD Miami office closed in 2017, and reopened its doors

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New Commission by Andrea Miller to Animate Lincoln Center Campus as Part of Restart Stages

You Are Here, a Sculpture, Sound, and Performance Installation, To Feature Audio Portraits of Dozens of Artists and Civiliansin Continually Shifting Sound Garden thatTransforms into Live Performance Experience A Project of the Arnhold Dance Innovation Fund July 14-31, 2021 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced the world premiere of You Are Here, a public sculpture, sound, and live performance

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The MICHELIN Guide Celebrates 131 Bib Gourmands in New York City and Westchester County

– 30 newcomers earn Bib Gourmand awards in New York City and Westchester County – 36 cuisine types recognized for great food and value /PRNewswire/ — The MICHELIN Guide announced 131 restaurants in the Bib Gourmand category in New York City and Westchester County. Michelin inspectors will recognize the star selection on Thursday, May 6 with a special announcement on the Guide’s Instagram channel. Bib Gourmand restaurants offer

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Whitney Museum announces the completion of David Hammons’s Day’s End, a monumental public sculpture permanently installed in Hudson River Park

The Whitney Museum announced the completion of David Hammons’s permanent public sculpture Day’s End (2021), one of the largest public art projects completed in the United States this year. Located in Hudson River Park along the southern edge of Gansevoort Peninsula, directly across from the Museum, Day’s End was developed in collaboration with the artist and Hudson River Park Trust.

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NYC Public Libraries to Expand Services, Offer Browsing and Computer Use Beginning May 10

The City’s three library systems—The New York Public Library (NYPL), Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), and Queens Public Library (QPL)—will expand services to include browsing and computer use at select branches throughout the five boroughs beginning on Monday, May 10. The three systems, which closed their physical locations in March 2020 to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, have been carefully and

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