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Hidden Figuresby Margot Lee Shetterly High school students who enjoyed the 2016 blockbuster “Hidden Figures” can dive deeper into the true story of African-American women whose calculations helped launch NASA astronauts into space through Margot Lee Shetterly’s book of the same name. For younger students, there’s...

anchor The Architecture Lobby has endorsed Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for President in the Democratic primary. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Phil Roeder. The Architecture Lobby (TAL) is endorsing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in the 2020 Democratic Party primary contest.  In a statement published to the group's website,...

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The city Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) has released its examination schedule for March.Open, competitive, computer-based tests will be administered throughout the month for various positions, such as: child protective specialist; school safety agent; assistant landscape architect; bridge operator; construction...

The London-based practice won the go-ahead in early 2018 for the Clare County Council Library project, a 2,300m² scheme for the local authority which will adjoin the town’s existing 2001-built Glór Theatre. Due to complete next summer, the development will add a new county library, offices for...

Ready for a new job? There are plenty of Vancouver companies hiring this month and to make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of positions you can start applying for right now. So, what are you waiting for? Brush up that resume and apply for that dream...

The star-studded opening at New York's Guggenheim Museum in February was a glitzy kickoff for a thought-provoking exhibition, one with a few twists.  It's a show at an art museum, with virtually no art, its subject – the countryside – being presented in the middle...