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Opinion: Art as Humiliation

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] The Art Deco sculptures and reliefs at Rockefeller Center are some great examples of art produced in this country before it collapsed

Retirement

Cities Where Retirees are Moving – An AdvisorSmith Study

When many Americans reach retirement age, they often consider retiring from work and moving to a new city. Although many Americans move to new cities for a variety of reasons, retirees, in particular, may choose to downsize or seek sunshine or other amenities when they no longer need to be close to an employer or

Crime

Suspect in attack on Asian American woman in NYC is arrested

A parolee convicted of killing his mother nearly two decades ago was arrested on assault and hate crime charges in an attack on an Asian American woman in New York City, police said Wednesday. Police said Brandon Elliot, 38, is the man seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman near Times Square on

Legal Beat

Gunman shot by police at NYC cathedral Christmas concert

A man was fatally shot by police on the steps of a landmark New York City cathedral Sunday after he began firing two semiautomatic handguns at the end of a Christmas choral concert, police said. The gunfire began just before 4 p.m. at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, mother church of the Episcopal

Opinion

Opinion: Those in Power Must Be Held Accountable for Their Antisemitism

A new wave of virulent antisemitism — elevated by those in positions of power — is reaching critical levels in the United States. Amid the backdrop of  disproportionate rates of anti-Jewish hate crimes, political institutions and elected officials — both Republican and Democrat — have unabashedly singled out Jews for criticism and shared antisemitic tropes,

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