Welcome to speculation season. Various reports on Wednesday pegged San Francisco as a possible trade destination for Mets shortstop Jose Reyes — which it is. But the reigning World Series champions are hardly alone in their desire. To nab Reyes at the non-waiver Trade Deadline, a team must be both in contention and in need of a shortstop — a rare combination that eliminates two-thirds of the league at first glance. Click to read more about remaining one-third, in no particular order:
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The mural is up. Sign Language, the 45-by-80 foot image of a boy reaching for a bicycle wheel–and the sky–stretches across the facade of a new residential structure at 267 Pacific Street in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn.
Soomee Suh, co-founder of Ninja Bubble Tea, discusses entrepreneurship, the value of community and why she wanted to support Cre8tiveYouTH*ink’s latest project
Each week, we will interview members of The Art School Without Walls, Vol. 6 to learn more about the apprentices, their journey as artists and their aspirations ________________________________________________________________________________________________ NAME: VINCE MAXIMIN AGE: 21 JOINED Cre8TiveYouTH*INK: 2010 Vince is one of the first Cre8tiveYouTH*ink members, working on every one of the group’s projects to date. He […]
Each week, we will interview members of The Art School Without Walls, Vol. 6 to learn more about the apprentices, their journey as artists and their aspirations ________________________________________________________________________________________________ NAME: Naiky Paradis AGE: 19 JOINED Cre8TiveYouTH*INK: 2012 Naiky Paradis joined the Cre8tiveYouTH*ink team when she was a junior at Brooklyn High School of the Arts. […]
Things are looking up at the studio, the red panels of faux-brick apartment buildings replaced with planks of soft blue sky and wispy clouds. At Cre8tiveYouTH*ink’s temporary headquarters at Industry City in Brooklyn, the mural production is progressing quickly, and it was time for some reflection on the “Sign Language” project, its origins, and its impact on the […]