Four rounds into the N.C.A.A. tournament, and the Bears have barely faced any resistance. — Would you want to be a paid influencer? Why or why not? Do you think your parents would let you?
Josephine Sittenfeld is a filmmaker and photographer. This Op-Doc is adapted from her documentary “Ethan.” Your Evening Briefing is posted at 6 p.m. Eastern.
There were only 10 candidates because the Democratic National Committee had tougher qualification rules this time, doubling the polling and donor requirements. So there was no Marianne Williamson or Tulsi Gabbard. Here are some of the moments that had social media talking. The 40-acre museum campus sits on Monroe Street, surrounded by large, gracious homes and apartment buildings — and the constant rush of traffic.
The Taliban attacked a police outpost in the Zeyaratjah village of Guzara District, killing three police officers and wounding another. His relationship with photographers was not as close as it was with Bush 41 and after the Lewinsky scandal there was less access.
So why do this? A Christmas Club account isn’t about earning interest. The whole point is to force yourself to save and for it to be painful if you go back on your word. It’s an acknowledgment that we are sometimes our own biggest obstacle. Starts streaming: April 9
It's a new tweener platform. This isn't PC VR, and it's not mobile phone-based, either. Instead, it'll put the VR power into the headset at a level aiming for Rift, but probably between Rift and the more affordable/mobile Go. The border has been a recurring theme in their work. Mr. Rael wrote “Borderwall as Architecture: A Manifesto for the U.S.-Mexico Boundary” (2017) on alternatives to President Trump’s wall, most serious but some fanciful. They have created a poster, called “Reunite,” about family separations at the border, that has been turned into a billboard at Amsterdam Avenue and 110th Street in Manhattan by For Freedoms, an arts nonprofit.
The Greenpoint project can have a calming effect on humans, too. School visits, community science projects and parties regularly bring workers and residents to the roofs. Ms. Kwade, 40, has become known in recent years for her sculptures that seem to test or bend the laws of physics and that explore broader questions about the nature of reality and our position within the universe. The installation, which will open to the public on April 16, is her first solo museum show in New York.
In Justin’s “Everywhere We Go,” the first and last movements have a massive amount of dancers, and I made it extremely bright, like an arena. But there’s this pas de deux that’s quiet, just solo piano, and I took that as a hint and used only two follow spots. It allowed us to focus in, with an intimacy almost like a campfire. Tuesday’s decision by Judge Rudolph Contreras, which applied specifically to an Obama-era plan by the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management to lease several thousand acres of land for drilling in Wyoming, also concluded that the agency was legally required to consider the climate impact of all such lease sales for fossil fuel development.