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And finally: The artist on Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive The Times’s Hilarie M. Sheets writes: How does an unknown artist capture a broad audience? “Location,…View More What the Extended Eviction Moratorium Means for New York
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Along with his art, he collected enemies. Hard-driving, curt and impatient, Mr. Broad was a polarizing figure. “I’m not the most popular person in Los…View More Eli Broad, Who Helped Reshape Los Angeles, Dies at 87
This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. It was…View More Overlooked No More: Inji Efflatoun, Egyptian Artist of the People
The name Zoë Roth might not ring any bells. But chances are you’ve seen her photo. One Saturday morning in 2005, when Ms. Roth was…View More The World Knows Her as ‘Disaster Girl.’ She Just Made $500,000 Off the Meme.