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Articles by: Bryan Solomon

  • Facts & Stories
    Bryan Solomon(June 29, 2016)
    Italy pulled off the upset Monday, defeating the favorited Spanish side 2-0. Italy moves on to face another difficult opponent, Germany, on Saturday, July 2nd.
  • What more can you ask for? A New York City summer evening in a Chelsea arts gallery, with foods that draw inspiration from our favorite films, prepared by renowned chefs. “Movie’n’Food – Taste of Cinema” mixes colorful tutus paintings with gourmet foods and clips from famous food movie scenes.
  • With Wednesday’s match against the Republic of Ireland approaching fast, we look at what we expect to see on the field between on team who already punched their ticket to the next round and another who needs a win to keep their dreams alive.
  • Facts & Stories
    Bryan Solomon(June 18, 2016)
    Italy beat Sweden 1-0 Friday to punch their ticket to move on to the round of 16. Despite poor play from both sides, Eder put Italy ahead in the closing minutes of the close match.
  • Italy won a decisive match on Monday, June 13th against Belgium, winning 2-0. Although pegged as weak and doubtful to make a deep run in the tournament, Italy gave a great performance in their first match and knocked off the heavy favorite of their group.
  • Can humans walk on water? For 16 days we can. World famous artist, Christo, is back with his newest project called “The Floating Piers.” From June 18th to July 3rd Christo will fill Italy’s Lake Iseo with wide yellow-orange shimmering floating pathways that will allow visitors to travel across the lake.
  • The impactful and revolutionizing Vito Acconci celebrates MoMA PS1’s 40th anniversary with his first retrospective in the United States in more than three decades. On display for most of the summer, the exhibition takes viewers down Acconci’s career path as he was taken from experimental poet, to ground-breaking performance artist, and ends up as the unorthodox architect and designer he is today.