An auction worker in London stands in front of the Jasper Johns painting 'Flag' at an exhibition of the late Michael Crichton's art collection set up by Christie's auction house.
Their doormen's contract expires next week, and the union and building owners remain far apart. A doorman, who preferred not to be identified, stands outside of his building in Manhattan on Wednesday.
Spencer Platt/Getty Images
New York has changed its beekeeping rules, making clandestine operations legal. That's good news for these two Brooklyn beekeepers (above), who were photographed last year when their craft was still illicit. Today, Deborah Grieg and Jim Fischer (below) open up a hive for inspection.
Chris Hondros/Getty Images
Tod Browning's 1931 film Dracula, released in the chaos and uncertainty of the Great Depression, turns in part on the character of Mina (Helen Chandler), who manages to maintain her i--ocence — and--ontrol — despite having suffered at the hands of Bela Lugosi's vampire.
Hulton Archive/Getty Images