In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed John Mellencamp for the "Anatomy of a Song" column in the Arena section on Small Town, his hit from 1985 (go here). John is one of the founders of a form...
Kyrie Irving is on that graphic. Chris Paul is on that graphic. Russell Westbrook is on that graphic. Kyle Lowry, Isaiah Thomas, John Wall, Kemba Walker, Damian Lillard and Jeff Teague are on that graphic. Steph Curry is not. You lose one NBA Finals in seven games to one of the all-time greats and suddenly you're old news. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, House Republicans Seek to Eliminate IRS Chief’s Paycheck: Republicans have a new idea for attacking IRS Commissioner John Koskinen: Stop paying him. Mr. Koskinen’s salary of about $165,000 a year would be cut to zero until the next president takes office Jan. 20, under an amendment the...
Assistant Managing Editor John Corrigan is leaving The Times to become an editor at the Wall Street Journal, Times Editor/Publisher Davan Maharaj announced. During his four years leading The Times’ arts and entertainment coverage, Corrigan guided a number of notable series, including Jeff Fleishman’s...
But Republican lawmakers want to ensure you can still be ripped off. Everyone likes to think they’re good with money—even the totally oblivious callers on the Suze Orman show. “No one should be spending $4,000 to get an elf-spotting qualification,” "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver pointed out Sunday night. Show More Summary
[caption id="attachment_78549" align="aligncenter" width="640"] John William Waterhouse, “Echo and Narcissus,” 1903.[/caption] The Wall Street Journal’s “Black Friday” guide to shopping at art fairs recommends pretty much everything that would piss off gallerists short of “touch the art”. Show More Summary
Celebrating excellence in Chicago’s nonunion theater scene, the 43rd annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards gave top honors to Griffin Theatre Company’s production of John Van Druten’s “London Wall” and the revival of Jonathan Larson’s “Rent”...Show More Summary
Book Review: Fiva – An Adventure That Went Wrong By Gordon Stainforth On July 6, 1969, John and Gordon Stainforth from Hertfordshire, England left home to climb the highest rock face in all of Europe – Norway’s Troll Wall. Fiva: An Adventure...Show More Summary
A progressive activist group with roots in the Occupy Wall Street movement accused John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight of copying their work, then misrepresenting it as part of Oliver’s $15 million debt-forgiveness giveaway on Sunday. “On this episode, John Oliver advocates for vague...
Pin it The kitchen in John and Kaija's Brooklyn co-op began life as a narrow galley kitchen, but a previous owner had the smart idea to tear down the separating wall to half-height, and top the remaining wall with a countertop. ThisShow More Summary
A retarded blowback rifle extracts cases from the chamber while they are still under considerable pressure – over 35,000 PSI. Because of this pressure, the walls of the cartridge cases adhere strongly to the barrel’s chamber walls, while the head is forced back. Show More Summary
After undergoing procedures on both knees in early May, John Wall is looking forward to playing without discomfort for the first time in over three seasons. The pain had grown so acute The post John Wall Ready For A ‘Relaunch’ Following Knee Procedures appeared first on SLAMonline.
The point guard dishes out assists on and off the court. The post John Wall Wins NBA Cares Community Assist Award appeared first on SLAMonline.
In recognition of his many charitable efforts and yearlong dedication to community outreach, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has received the 2015-16 season-long NBA Cares Community Assist Award. The award recognizes an NBA player who best reflects the passion that the league and its players share for giving back to their communities. “I am [...]
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has received the 2015-16 Seasonlong NBA Cares Community Assist Award presented by Kaiser Permanente in recognition of his many charitable efforts and yearlong dedication to community outreach, the NBA announced today. Show More Summary
Edward Snowden speaks via video conference an audience at Johns Hopkins University in February(AP Photo/Juliet Linderman, File) Former Attorney General Eric Holder has made an extraordinary concession: that Edward Snowden did us all a favor by leaking classified surveillance documents. "We can certainly argue about the way in which Snowden [...]
``Two writers at the Wall Street Journal have functioned as Diogenes in this churning sea of propaganda: John Carney and Joe Light. Carney has brilliantly and cogently explained why it "would take decades" to build adequate capital at Fannie and Freddie and set them free from the September 2008 conservatorship under which the U.S. Show More Summary
GEOFF JOHNS has been open about what he likes in REBIRTH - but what didn't he like in the "New 52?"
By Boxing Bob Newman Photos: Boxing Bob Newman Amnat Ruenroeng 117.75 vs. John Riel Casimero 113.25 (IBF Flyweight Title) Zong Ju Cai 105 vs. Samson Tor Buamas 105 (IBF Inter-Continental Female Minimumweight title) Zhao Zhong Xiao 105 vs. Show More Summary
Finance Insider is Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. To sign up, scroll to the bottom of this page and click "Get updates in your inbox," or click here. Wall Street is changing — fast. The data geeks are becoming more powerful. Show More Summary