‘Nature’s Masons’ Do Double Duty as Earth’s Storytellers - NYTimes.com: GLY2100 peeps pay attention! The New York Times Science section has an interesting piece about tiny single-celled organisms called foraminifera, or "forams" as those "in the business" call them. Forams have been around since the Cambrian and are widely distributed in space and geologic time and are incredibly varied taxonomically which makes them great......... wait for it........ INDEX FOSSILS!
DANCE REVIEW Swirls and Shifts in a Kaleidoscope Alexei Ratmansky’s ‘Symphony #9’ Has City Center Premiere Andrea Mohin/The New York Times Symphony #9 Marcelo Gomes and Polina Semionova, aloft, with other American Ballet Theater dancers in the premiere of this work by Alexei Ratmansky at City Center. By ALASTAIR MACAULAY Published: October 19, 2012
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK Judging Tony Nominees by Their Dance Numbers Sara Krulwich/The New York Times A scene from “Newsies,” choreographed by Christopher Gattelli. By ALASTAIR MACAULAY Published: May 28, 2012
Reflections of Nature, Towering in the Grass Manolo Valdés/Marlborough Gallery, New York A rendering of “Butterflies,” one of seven immense works by Manolo Valdés to appear at the New York Botanical Garden. By ROBIN POGREBIN Published: August 28, 2012
ART REVIEW Technology Advances, Then Art Inquires ‘Ghosts in the Machine’ at the New Museum Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Ghosts in the Machine , at the New Museum, features some 140 works, including “Movie-Drome,” a mix of projected films, slides and drawings on the walls of a hemispherical room, by the filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek. More Photos » By ROBERTA SMITH Published: July 19, 2012