MONU #27 - Small Urbanism Reviewed by Claudia ConsonniWhen reading MONU’s issue #27 on Small Urbanism, the exhibition Italy: The New Domestic Landscape, curated by Emilio Ambasz in 1972 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, immediately came to my mind. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: While questions abound over how Twentieth Century Fox’s feature assets will integrate into Disney, the studio has sent a clue that Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds will be big part of the mix. Fox has made a three-year first look deal with Reynolds’ Maximum Effort to hatch projects for the studio. Show More Summary
NEON, which already made waves at the Sundance Film Festival when 30WEST announced it was acquiring a majority stake in the upstart distributor, has just acquired domestic rights to Monsters And Men. The drama written and directed by first-timer Reinaldo Marcus Green bowed Friday in the U.S. Show More Summary
The Rose, the 1979 Fox film that scored four Oscar nominations including Best Actress Bette Midler, is eyeing Broadway. Gail Berman’s The Jackal Group said today it will produce a Broadway stage musical adaptation. Glen Ballard is already set to compose the music for the project. Show More Summary
With more than two months until jury selection starts in his retrial for the alleged 2004 rape of Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby intends to take to the stage tonight for a live show. "Proclaiming to honor his fans with a historic performance" the much-accused actor has set a "special comedy concert" in Philadelphia on Monday. Show More Summary
Healthcare is evolving and even where clinical care is delivered is changing. Fifty years ago, patients stayed in the hospital for weeks after an appendectomy. Today they go home the same or the next day. Some patients nowadays stay due to common problems: for DVT prophylaxis after surgery, for physical therapy, for antibiotics and serial […]
With so many industries facing disruption from the blockchain revolution, it’s easy to see how any lawyer can benefit from learning more about this emerging technology.
An Oscar winner for his 2013 animated short Mr Hublot, Alexandre Espigares makes his feature debut with White Fang, which premiered at Sundance yesterday. In contrast to previous adaptations of Jack London’s classic novel, Espigares’...Show More Summary
It was remarkable to observe at CES 2018 how many wearable devices have been developed for health and lifestyle applications. Many of these devices use adhesives to stick to people’s skin, sometimes for an hour, sometimes for a day, or even a week or longer. Also, there are developers out there that want implantable devices […]
How is it that we can be at a time of unprecedented innovation in legal technology and yet see the justice gap grow only wider?
Can conservative white guys really sue for discrimination and harassment? Yup!
White-collar crimes have consequences.
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The big surprise when only three TV networks submitted formal bids for the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” package was who did NOT submit a bid. Sports Business Daily reports that ESPN, which was expected to put in a bid to...
Instead of requiring consent, we're going to require women to be contracts lawyers.
Two HBO shows and an NBC series were among the top winners in the television categories at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, as NBC’s “This Is Us” claimed the coveted award for outstanding drama series cast along with outstanding actor...
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The feud between Jane Fonda and Megyn Kelly is far from over, months after it erupted over an appearance by Fonda on Kelly’s NBC show in which Kelly offended Fonda by asking about her plastic surgery. In the latest salvo,...