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What You Can Do If Your Phone’s Battery Died in Central Park

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New York’s Central Park is one of the biggest and most significant parks in all of Manhattan. People visit it for fresh air, exercise, bring their pets for a walk, or even a blind date. Because of its beautiful and picturesque scenery, visitors — both locals and tourists — bring their smartphones to immortalize the precious moments they spent there.   But what if your phone died while you’re at the park? In this digital age we live in, it is almost unbearable not to have a smartphone handy. In fact, some people have become reliant on this handheld product […]


Museum of City of New York. New York at its Core Exhibition

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Art has for centuries been used to portray political, economic and cultural themes. It is through the art objects that artists add their voice to issues that are of interest to the society. The case is no different for the objects on view in the New York at its Core Exhibition. The objects capture various issues that are of interest to the contemporary New York society. The issues captured in the images revolve around Islam-phobia, racism, and bigotry. Unfortunately, photos wasn’t allowed. But I’ll try to describe. The object Tactics Old and New shows an elderly man and a young […]