Dan Rosenblum

Director Andrew Bujalski celebrates 10 years of 'Funny Ha Ha' with a big fan, Lena Dunham:

Andrew Bujalski's film Funny Ha Ha celebrated its 10th anniversary last night at Anthology Film Archives, with the director and one of his biggest fans, Lena Dunham, in attendance.

Bio: Dan Rosenblum is a regular contributor to Capital. He has written for The Jersey Journal, The Mott Haven Herald and the Hunts Point Express. Read more at DanRosenblum.com.

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Waiting for Romney, bearing hula hoops and fake champagne

“I’m the hula hoop champion of the world,” a plain-clothes officer said.

 

Mar. 14, 2012

 
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At N.Y.U., a debate on whether China is ‘better at capitalism’ than the U.S. that never quite escapes the absurdity of the premise

A debate-club style sparring match focusing on who does capitalism better: China or the United States

Mar. 14, 2012

 
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The bioswales of New York: A city plan to make more tree-stands and less sewage runoff

“To get up to scale, which is what we’re trying to do, we need to adopt a standard bioswale,” Strickland said to the commission.

 

Mar. 13, 2012

 
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Jim Gennaro wishes to highlight differences between Cuomo’s ‘nice’ words and state actions on hydrofracking

James Gennaro, head of the City Council's environmental protection committee, sounds very much like he's preparing for a fight over hydrofracking.

Mar. 12, 2012

 
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‘NYT Magazine’ editor Hugo Lindgren thinks he possibly ‘blew it’ on the iPad

"I don't know what the individual P&L is on the magazine—I'm afraid to know—but I do know that people subscribe to the Sunday New York Times and the weekend edition, in large part, because of the magazine,” Lindgren said.

Mar. 9, 2012

 
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At a DUMBO bookstore, Kate Bolick and others sing the praises of singledom, and assess its costs

At PowerHouse Arena, Kate Bolick and Eric Klinenberg discuss the advantages and pitfalls of a culture that is increasingly living alone

Mar. 7, 2012

 
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M.T.A. director says coming toll hikes will pay for pension costs, barely

If the Metropolitan Transportation Authority votes to raise fares and tolls for a 7.5 percent revenue increase, as currently planned, nearly all of the resulting revenue will go toward covering the rising costs for employee health care and pensions.

Mar. 6, 2012

 
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Quinn tours a union health clinic that she hopes will be a model for freelancer care

“There is no greater form of compliment to pay to someone, in my opinion, than plagiarism,” Quinn said.

Mar. 6, 2012

 
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A John Liu rerun, with a dragon

“This was a wonderful event,” he said, when after reporters asked whether he’d been interviewed by investigators or was continuing to pay for his arrested aide's legal fees.

Mar. 2, 2012

 
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Jenny Holzer returns to painting; discusses Russian Suprematism, women and the Arab Spring, secret military documents

“I’m worried about what’s going to happen to the women, for example,” she said, talking about the Arab Spring. “That much is clear, that much I’m sure about. It’s not looking so good for the ladies, ‘spring’ or no. It never looks as good as it should for the ladies,” she said and laughed.

 

Mar. 2, 2012