Millennials reconnect with religion at Met exhibition

At the Met Gala last weekend, celebrities in elaborate costumes paraded up the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They were there, dressed as trendy monks and Catholic icons, to raise money for the museum’s newest Costume Institute exhibit. That exhibit, called Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, opened today. Reporters Wendy Rhodes and Sarah Wyman report the exhibit is landing well with young audiences.

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Commentary: The Great Divide

For many students, grad school is more than just a place to learn and build a professional network. It’s also where you make lifelong friends. But how do you forge friendships across a generation gap that’s three decades wide?  Here’s Wendy Rhodes.   I remember my first grad school party. The guy who invited me […]

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New Report Says Airbnb Contributing to Racial Gentrification in Harlem

New York City is host to about 60 million tourists each year. And instead of staying in hotels, many of them prefer short-term rentals in private homes. Airbnb is the largest company that facilitates private home rentals, and they are thriving. But a new report argues that Airbnb is contributing to gentrification and racial income inequality in some parts of the city. Wendy Rhodes has the story.

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