Daily digest: The worker who left a noose at a Meta construction site came forward, major cuts planned for NYC’s culture budget, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to another daily news roundup. With April approaching and the vernal equinox in the rearview, arts, architecture, and design news is once again rearing back up again and emerging from a winter slump.

Here’s what you need to know:

The worker who left a noose at a Meta construction site was finally caught

Construction company M.A. Mortenson has fired the worker responsible for tying a noose and leaving racist graffiti at the site of a $1 billion data center project for Meta in Eagle Mountain, Utah. After the site was shut down multiple times last November, Mortenson ultimately bumped

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