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Should I Invite a Friend I Slept With to My Wedding?

Q: I have a situation and am not sure where to turn. My fiancé and I are getting married in five and a half months. When we first started dating, we did not ask each other too much about our sexual and dating histories and still don’t.… The...Show More Summary

Apple closes at record high with nearly $700B market cap

Apple’s stock today closed at a record high of $118.62 per share (post 7-1 split) with a market cap of nearly $700 billion at $695.7 billion. Earlier this month, Apple reached its highest market capitalization in history reaching two-thirds of $1 trillion; the company’s stock has continued to climb as it prepares to debut the Apple Watch […]

Is Beyoncé the Future of Digital Cinema?

This month, two major events in the history of cinema occurred. On Nov. 5, Christopher Nolan released Interstellar, a space epic he shot on endangered Kodak film stocks, crafted to take full advantage of the possibilities of the IMAX theater experience, and presented to the world with great fanfare as a return to classical filmmaking. Show More Summary

Rare Stegosaurus skeleton will debut in London in December

A rare skeleton of a nearly 10-foot-tall, 150-million-year-old Stegosaurus will be unveiled at the Natural History Museum in London next month. The skeleton is the museum's first complete dinosaur to go on display in almost 100 years,...Show More Summary

Lynda Benglis, Undaunted 40 Years After Artforum

Forty years ago this month, Lynda Benglis published what is certainly the most famous advertisement in Artforum history. Here, the artist speaks with Bard’s Tom Eccles about the life of that confrontational image. It's now exactly 40 years since you published the famous image of yourself photographed with the double... More »

The mystery of diagnosing Lyme disease

Four months ago, a 44-year-old woman was referred to me by her audiologist and ENT for acute deafness of the right ear. She is a healthy woman without any past medical history and was not on any medication. Her otolaryngologist (ENT) could not find any physical reason for the patient’s acute unilateral deafness, including a […]

Discovering The God Of Peace

We’ve featured debates about Karen Armstrong’s Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence over the last few months. In a new interview about the book, she admits her views of God and religion have changed over time: The change began while I was writing “A History of God.” I expected it to be […]

Report: Mia Love's Parents Were Undocumented

Congresswoman-elect Mia Love of Utah, who made history this month as the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, was born in America to Haitian parents who came to the country on tourist visas and were likely undocumented immigrants, according to American Prospect. Show More Summary

Gwyneth Paltrow Sends Martha Stewart a Subtle Burn

4 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Gwyneth Paltrow has thrown the latest jab in the most passive-aggressive feud in lifestyle-arbiter history. (So passive, in fact, we might be imagining it, but onward.)  Last month, Martha Stewart Living included a recipe titled Conscious Coupling, a delicious chocolate-cream pie that doubled as a pretty obvious Goop dis (mocking... More »

What Happens When Your Past Walks Back Into Your Life

4 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

We dated briefly, maybe a few months at most. We had a history together that I could barely retrieve from the fog of my memory.

Surprise! Mozilla Switches Out its Deal with Google for One with Yahoo

This month may very well prove to be the most momentous one in the history of Mozilla. Only a few days ago, I put up a post noting that Mozilla was up for renewal negotiations for its deal with Google, which has historically subsidized more than 90 percent of Mozilla's revenues, to the tune of more than $300 million per year at times. Show More Summary

Japanese Trade Deficit Streak Hits Record 44 Months, Yen & Stocks Decoupling

While hopes of the J-Curve recovery in the deficit are long forgotten in the annals of Goldman Sachs history, silver-lining-seekers will proclaim the very modest beat in tonight's Japanese trade deficit a moral victory for a nation whose economic data has been nothing but abysmal for months. Show More Summary

Culling The Classics: "The Awakening"

6 days agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Sifting through history, one classic at a time. Column by Brian McGackin Last month I sent out a call on Twitter for November "Culling The Classics" suggestions to get a feel for what the public was dying to see culled, what classicShow More Summary

Jason Collins, the first openly gay athlete to play in the NBA, announces his retirement

Jason Collins is retiring from the NBA. The 13-year veteran made the announcement Wednesday in a first-person essay published in Sports Illustrated. Although, Colllins is leaving, the history he made when he came out 18 months ago as the first openly gay man in any of the United States’ four major sports leagues will remain […]

Bloomington Gold moving to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Hemmings.com

Photos by Richard Lentinello. As it turned out, Champaign proved to be just a two-year stopover in the 40-plus year history of Bloomington Gold, which bills itself as the world’s largest Corvette show. After at least a month of rumors, show officials announced Thursday that they will move it yet again, this time to the […]

Enchanting Najran - Saudi Arabia

Last month I took a little trip down to the city of Najran, in southern Saudi Arabia near the Yemen border. The fascinating history of the area, the friendly people, along with the varied geography make this place a must-see destination for any expat living in Saudi Arabia. Show More Summary

Benedict Cumberbatch: My Managers Are "People On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown"

Benedict Cumberbatch has portrayed innovators on both ends of digital history. But that doesn't mean he's ready to join Twitter. In this month's Creative Conversation, Fast Company spoke to actor and Internet phenomenon Benedict Cumberbatch,...Show More Summary

NYC's domain on record pace with over 56,000 accounts so far

The history of New York City's top-level domain is still quite young, having only launched in full last month. But, since then,.nyc has already managed to serve up more than 56,000 registrations, making it one of the fastest growing city domains...

Princess Di Dresses and Surprising Kate Middleton Item to Be Auctioned Off

Post by Joanna Mazewski. Anyone want to bid for a little piece of royal history here? Princess Diana and Kate Middleton’s possessions are being auctioned off in a Stateside tour next month and some of the items up for grabs will really...Show More Summary

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