Frequent travelers don’t like to be taken by surprise. So here’s a warning: If possible, avoid traveling during the last two weeks of March this year. Why? Late March is typically the busiest time of year for collegiate Spring break....Show More Summary
John Paczkowski, BuzzFeed: Apple has finally set the date for its first big event of 2016: The Ides of March. Sources in position to know tell BuzzFeed News the company has chosen March 15 as the date it will show off a handful of new products. Among...Show More Summary
Beware the Ides of March! Only there is nothing foreboding about the crop of titles being released in a month or so, many of which are featured in this edition of Weekend Reading. There's the latest from the likes of Helen Simonson, Helen Oyeyemi, and National Book Award winner...
Anticipating this year's Angouleme Festival, Paul Karasik marched his students to the city's Musee De Bandes Dessinee and had the curators there pull a bunch of art from great female cartoonists from around the world to test the idea...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: After co-financing/producing tastemaker films including Black Mass, Everest, Rush, The Ides of March, and Black Swan, Cross Creek Pictures is ready to take that next step up. Cross Creek principals Timmy Thompson and Brian...Show More Summary
Revolution Studios today announced its purchase — considered a passive investment — of a 50% ownership stake in the 2011 film The Ides of March. The remaining 50% share of The Ides of March continues to be held by production company Exclusive Media Group. Show More Summary
"The baby is due on March 15, 2016. Beware the Ides of March, when the baby arrives and the bills do too."
It’s strange that tourists rarely visit the most famous site in Roman history. The spot in Pompey’s assembly hall where Julius Caesar was murdered on the Ides of March, 44… Read more The post On the way to the Forum appeared first on The Spectator.
Returning from the inaugural Destination Dignity March for Mental Health and Change, I sat on the flight from Washington D.C. to Fort Lauderdale reflecting back to historic marches in Washington and iconic speeches affirming the ideals of our democracy which still resonate to this day. Show More Summary
House of Cards showrunner Beau Willimon had written the play Farragut North, which became the 2011 George Clooney film The Ides of March, but Willimon had, he says, "never worked on a TV show before." So it's perhaps all the more fun that House of Cards has reaped awards and nominations at every turn since its 2013 incarnation. Show More Summary
Shaka Zulu and Julius Caesar throw down in a viral installment of "Epic Rap Battles of History." In our opinion, the African leader delivers another Ides of March to the Roman dictator with lyrics like, "I got the strength of a lion and the speed of a cheetah, and everyone knows you're just a chicken, Caesar." Hail, Shaka. Show More Summary
This week's recommendation comes from one of New York's best cocktail speakeasies.
Sometime around the Ides of March, as the 2014-15 NBA season drew to a close, a faint glimmer of hope was born and promptly died for fans of the Utah Jazz. After going 19-34 before All-Star Weekend, the Jazz went on an 11-2 spurt after the break. Show More Summary
Although there wasn't any Roman-style backstabbing, YouTubers will remember the Ides of March 2012 as a traumatic day in the company's history. In one fell swoop, the site's daily view-count got completely demolished. We're talking a...Show More Summary
Venezuela, Argentina, and... China? are the 3 best performing stock markets in March in USD terms (with Ukraine close behind). It is the Greeks that have borne the brunt of global derisking through The Ides, Athens Stock Index down over 15% and the worst-performing stock market in the world for March. Show More Summary
The change of seasons has long been known to cause changes in mental health. Is there a genetic component?
We are past the Ides of March, and I am still pursuing my project for the year that began in early December. Each week, with the beginning of the week on Wednesday, I am going through one game from the 59 in GM-RAM: Essential Grandmaster Knowledge (2000) by Rashid Ziyatdinov. Show More Summary
(March 17, 2015 02:36 AM, by David Henderson) Phil Edwards over at Vox has written a fun piece on the assassination of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March. Most of us know what we "know" about it from Shakespeare. Bad idea, says Edwards, and he shows why.... (0 COMMENTS)
"Beware the Ides of March!"-- Er, we mean, Beware Selection Sunday! Mike Kasdan brings it with the NCAA Tournament flavor. The post So…This Happened: NCAA Tournament Edition appeared first on The Good Men Project.
If you're reading this, you made it through the Ides of March. Congratulations....