Monday, August 3, 2015 Concrete Acquaintances: An Invitational Pop-Up Exhibition at Thomas Deans Fine Art Gallery …
The Team Republican economist response to rising inequality appears to be denial. First up was Martin Feldstein: Any adult who was alive in the US during these three decades realizes that this number grossly understates the gains of the typical household. Show More Summary
Jericho -- the so-called "brother" of Cecil The Lion -- is doing just fine, despite reports he met the same fate as the beloved fallen beast. Jericho was spotted early Sunday in Zimbabwe. Here's what's really interesting.…
While some of us have our quaint, personal habits, such as not eating where we work, I am quite sure that many of us do not mind munching on some snacks while we hammer away at the keyboard in order to meet a particular document dateline. Show More Summary
I sat through an endless presentation by the CEO of a fast-growing company. He was doing fine for half an hour, but then, when his time was up, he chose to spend 45 minutes more on his final slide, haranguing...
It's difficult to remember now how precious the blues seemed to rockers in the 1960s. The blues were a serious matter, meant to be played a certain way. Rock bands always fooled around with doing the blues louder and with less finesse, of course, but beyond that, folks like Eric Clapton were the... More »
Do you remember the New Yankee Workshop? It was a TV series hosted by Norm Abram, and each episode Norm would make something out of wood. A table, perhaps, or a chest of drawers, or maybe even some serving trays. When I first got Sky...Show More Summary
You just installed Windows 10 on your Surface. It’s connected to your wireless network and it’s working fine…. now what? Below are 5 things you should do, as quickly as possible, after the Windows 10 upgrade to make sure your Surface...Show More Summary
Fine fecal dining, explained.
Officials do not foresee a rash of spurious fines being handed out as a consequence
Throughout my adult life -- after being shot down by a cute guy I was hitting on, after a job interview that seemed distinctly chilly from the beginning, after store clerks snickered with each other as I left a shop -- I've found myself thinking, If only I sounded straighter, the world would be my oyster. Show More Summary
Do you still call Bruce Jenner… well… Bruce? Well if you do and you are in the media, this NBC talking head says you should be fined (or arrested if
I've spent the last two weeks rocking the OtterBox Defender Series case, and it's been doing a fine job of keeping my Samsung Galaxy S6 secure, both out on the trails while camping (more on that here) and at home at my desk.
Little boys don't really need picture perfect cupcakes, they do fine on mud pies and love. The post My Son Doesn’t Need a Pinterest Mom appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Hero teacher Jena Meaux had little to say Saturday about her life-saving efforts in a Louisiana movie theater.
You don’t need to know much about surfing to know that the below video shows a pretty terrible wipeout. Let’s kick things off by saying that Niccolo Porcella, the surfer in the video, is doing fine and has no injuries—which is pretty remarkable, given the severity of this wipeout. The surfer seems to be doing […]
Photo via Whole Wheat Toast · SF residential hotels' owners to pay $1.1M fine, do repairs · Berkeley shuts down historic pier, citing structural hazards · Builders group sues Oakland over public art fee · Wragg fire scorches 6,900 acres,...
Previously, I've touched on some of the types of villains and how the downfall of the villain is often a direct result of their own hubris, incessant monologuing, or other such fatal flaws. This time, I'm going to focus on villains/antagonists who were actually doing a pretty good job until the protagonists showed up to poop on their party.
If Christopher Columbus—whose history is super sketch—has both a statue and a fountain in our fine city, surely we can do better than a fish-woman and a lost girl from Kansas. [ more › ]
Santiago Heredia will be among the artists doing live demonstrations at this Saturday’s Art Walk in Monrovia sponsored by the Monrovia Association of Fine Arts. Santiago works in acrylic and cranks out paintings full of character and fun live before his audience. Also demonstrating at the Art Walk will be Elizabeth Butterfield who will show […]