Will Art Basel Miami Beach get a Wall Street-style occupation this week? The art fair warned gallerists of the possibility, and rumors are swirling. Now OccupyArtBasel.com is live, but right now it's just a Tumblr blog filled with a mini-manifesto and a Occupy movement related pictures and links. ... More >>
New York Times media critic David Carr had a column yesterday about the somber mood of a bon voyage party for longtime New York Observer editor Peter Kaplan and the much more frivolous atmosphere of a shindig held by a handful of new-media wunderkinds, complete with rooftop hot tubs and blaring ... More >>
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