Ataui Deng, the Sudanese model missing since Wednesday, August 6, was found alive at a New York City Hospital on Monday evening. She was missing for twelve days.
Photographer Mike Mellia displays the story of Sudanese immigrants
That right there, pictured above, is James Franco doing his best to channel Cindy Sherman's famous "Untitled Film Stills" series for his latest art contribution, fittingly titled "Film Stills." His opening reception is on Thursday, among many (many) other events going on. So go ahead and double-book ... More >>
Loosening up the stiff crowd at Brooklyn Night Bazaar is no easy task--the distraction of shopping and drinking on top of the usual too-hip crossed arms of Williamsburg can be daunting. But on Saturday, Sinkane were able to crack the crowd's façade with a galloping percussion and vibe that's distin ... More >>
Sinkane opens for no one at the Blue Note
As a young reporter for the old New York Newsday, Dan Morrison was one of those who smoldered under a double yoke. Stories were crammed into tight tabloid inches. And even at that liberal daily, he had to hold much of his fire about what he saw and thought during the often comic-book reign of ... More >>
Mario Tolentino, who recently won the latest season of Food Network's Chopped, has taken over the kitchen at Juliet Supperclub, and overhauled the menu to focus on street foods from across the globe. [The Strong Buzz] David Burke is rumored to be cooking at the forthcoming James New York bou ... More >>
There were two and a half million dead in the last two Sudan genocides—and now a third is on the way
Does a nation's sovereignty allow it to destroy its own people?
China, naturally, supports a UN resolution with no teeth
What can any of us actually do about the Darfur genocide? A new organization knows.
Using China's pride in the 2008 Olympics as a weapon against its shameful support of the Darfur nightmare
African Union humiliates Sudan, but doesn't stop rapes and murders in Darfur
Confronting the shame of indifference
On April 30 in Washington, a 'Rally to End Genocide' confronts the shame of indifference
Known quantities, brave genre experiments, program music, and a couple of Cairos
President trades silence on Darfur for terrorist information from murderous Sudan
CIA's close relationship with Sudan's government enables genocide there to continue
The only chance for the survivors of Darfur may be a mass divestment campaign
How free-market investors contribute to genocide in Darfur while they take the profits
As black Africans are murdered and raped, most Americans are indifferent
'Never again,' said secretary general Kofi Annan after Rwanda. Corpses are back.
Arab Muslims Are Viciously Killing and Raping Black Muslims. So Where Is the World?
'Our Work Isn't Done. It's Just Begun.'
A Law Punishing Slavery Now
Showing Bush the Face of Terror
Big Oil and Big Slavery
How the U.S. Missed a Chance to Get Bin Laden
I Saw the Slavery of My Ancestors
No Greater Tragedy on Earth
Trading in the Blood Oil of Sudan
'They Came One After Another'
All the Children Had to Watch
We Descendants of These Slaves
Two Million Have Been Killed
Running, I Can Smell the Horses
How Clean Is Amoco's Gas?
'The World Is Strangely Silent'
'Our People Were Turned to Ash'
Are You Backing the Slave Trade?
Only a Dream a Nonviolent Army?
The Bombing of the Al Shifa Pharmaceutical Plant in Sudan is one of Clinton's lamest lies but who cares?