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CULTURE

THE UNTITLED SPACE LAUNCHES “UNTITLED PHOTO” WITH AN EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANNA NICOLE SMITH BY DANIELA FEDERICI

The Untitled Space is pleased to present UNTITLED PHOTO, a new division of the gallery dedicated to featuring collections of historic and iconic photographic imagery from the 1980s and 1990s. The division is launching with its first collection featuring the celebrated series of portraits of Anna Nicole Smith by photographer Daniela Federici. Photographer Daniela Federici…

NY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OPENS FALL EXHIBIT “NOTORIOUS RBG”

Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. New-York Historical Society, NY October 1, 2021 – January 23, 2022 Following the one year anniversary of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, the New-York Historical Society has opened an exhibit honoring the late cultural icon’s life. The collection is entitled, Notorious RBG: The Life…

MUST WATCH FEMALE PODCASTS

Podcasts for women, by women. Women have dominated the podcast space this past year, with shows such as Crime Junkie, Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain, Call Her Daddy, and Moments with Lexi Hidalgo, all rightfully claiming their spots on the Spotify Top 100 Chart. Whether it’s questions about dating, sex, spirituality, or you are in…

VISIT NEW YORK CITY’S SCARIEST HAUNTED HOUSES

Celebrate spooky season with a frightful night visiting one of New York City's scariest haunted houses. Spend your Saturday night with the ghosts, the killer clowns, and the creepiest creatures New York has to offer. With admission from $50 or less, you'll want to hit as many of these terrifying attractions as your mind can…

FACEBOOK CONTROVERSY: HAUGEN VS. ZUCKERBERG

It seems Facebook and controversy are inconceivably linked at this point.  Frances Haugen, a prior data scientist for Facebook, recently revealed herself as the "whistleblower" behind the recent scandal. In a recent episode of 60 minutes, Haugen reveals that it was, in fact, her who was responsible for copying and leaking thousands of pages worth of…

CELEBRATING LATINX HERITAGE MONTH

(Latinx is a general neutral, nonbinary term used to describe a person of Latin American origin or descent) From September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month by saluting the histories, cultures, and influence that of American citizens whose ancestors traveled from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central, and South America. What initially began…

THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE’S “INNOVATE” ISSUE COLLECTOR PRINT EDITION – OUT NOW!

We are thrilled to present The Untitled Magazine‘s latest collector's print edition, The INNOVATE Issue, releasing this September 2021 to a global audience. "What does “innovate” mean to you?" That is the question we put forth to all of our incredibly talented artists and creatives featured in the INNOVATE Issue. In the midst of a…

PRIDE WAS A RIOT, NOT A RAINBOW: THE KEY LEADERS OF THE 1969 STONEWALL UPRISING

After what seems like a lifetime of uncertainty, doubt, fear, and loneliness, post-pandemic Pride celebrations are sure to be amplified for years to come. Today, Pride is a beautiful and outward expression of love, acceptance, and visibility for the LGBTQ+ community marked by lively parades and an overabundance of rainbow paraphernalia. However, this was not…

JUNETEENTH 2021: THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY ON JUNE 19TH COMMEMORATES THE END OF SLAVERY

“I introduced this to make Juneteenth a federal holiday to commemorate the end of chattel slavery, America’s original sin, and to bring about celebration, crushing racial divide down to a point of unity,” said Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, Democrat of Texas, a lead sponsor of the legislation to designate Juneteenth as a national holiday, commemorating…

NYC PRIDE 2021 CELEBRATIONS

June is here, and with it comes the festivities of Pride Month. Organizers across NYC worked through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to not allow it to hamper this important time for the LGBTQIA+ community. They coordinated a number of events, both virtual and in-person, to celebrate, reflect on, and encourage activism across the city and…

THE U.S. WON’T REACH HERD IMMUNITY FOR A WHILE BUT THERE IS STILL A SOLUTION

Throwback to early 2020: The COVID-19 pandemic is gradually making its way throughout the world, shutting down countries one by one as it dangerously comes closer to the United States. Then, a seemingly new concept starts to pop up everywhere from statements by scientists and world leaders to catchy headlines: herd immunity. The premise for…

FROM BROTHEL TO MUSEUM STATUS: GERMAN NIGHTCLUBS BECOME CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

On May 7, the German Bundestag, which is the national parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, passed a unique resolution. The federal government now has to recognize nightclubs and live venues in Germany under building law as facilities for cultural purposes. According to a Club Commission statement, the resolution's main goal is to protect…

MOTHER-DAUGHTER DUOS THAT ARE CHANGING THE WORLD

There’s nothing quite like the bond between a mother and daughter. From entertainment to STEM to activism, mother-daughter duos have accomplished some incredible things. Inspired by Mother’s Day, we are going to highlight some extraordinary mother-daughter duos who are working hard to change the world. There’s nothing these women can’t accomplish with dedication and a…

IS AMERICA BACK ON THE CLIMATE CHANGE BATTLEFIELD?

President Joe Biden hosted a virtual climate summit on April 22, Earth Day, and April 23, gathering countries responsible for approximately 80 percent of global emissions and global GDP. The goal of the Leaders Summit on Climate? Underscore the urgency and the economic benefits of stronger climate action and re-establish the United States in a…

WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE?

On April 13, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Food and Drug Administration recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine "out of an abundance of caution."  The CDC and FDA are reviewing data after six people out of the nearly 7 million…

WHAT ARE VACCINE PASSPORTS – AND WILL YOU NEED ONE?

As more Americans are getting vaccinated – more than 20% of the U.S. population is fully inoculated against COVID-19 – a growing concern is arising about how people will prove that they are immune to the virus. Since the first cases of COVID-19 reached the United States last year, every aspect of the pandemic has…

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