Please meet Atlanta's priciest rental,a 7,200-square-foot penthouse asking $15K a month. The duplex boasts 360-degree views and luxe details in the form of mahogany, teak, and onyx; "if Julius Caesar was a Southern metrosexual with a penchant for Israeli marble,...
Veni vidi vici. -- Julius Caesar Below is an assessment of the performance of some of the most important sectors and asset classes relative to each other with an interpretation of what underlying market dynamics may be signaling about the future direction of risk-taking by investors. Show More Summary
In the month between an epic Odyssey study and Julius Caesar, my 105 seniors and I are "doing" poetry. It's three months before graduation.
By Eduardo Galeano, TomDispatch After Roman legions invaded Egypt, during one of the battles waged by Julius Caesar against the brother of Cleopatra, fire devoured most of the thousands upon thousands of papyrus scrolls in the Library of Alexandria. Show More Summary
Pictograms depict the story of Michael Jackson, Napoleon, Julius Caesar, Marie Antoinette and more.
A kick in the pants for the hemhawers, pussyfooters, and the uninitiated. Jump off that cliff! Column by Joshua Chaplinsky On January 10th, 49 BC, Julius Caesar led a legion of soldiers across the Rubicon river into Italy, an act of insurrection that started the Great Roman Civil War. Show More Summary
When “Julius Caesar” was performed at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York in 1864, the role of Mark Antony was played by John Wilkes Booth. His brother Edwin Booth played Brutus, and their brother Junius Brutus Booth, Jr., was Cassius. Show More Summary
Buyer & Cellar, a one-man intermissionless 90-minuter showcasing an extremely adroit Michael Urie, could easily be dismissed as a merely silly time-killer for La Streisand fans. Yet, in a larger sense, it inadvertently implies a reality about the American obsession with fame.
"... who referred to the unconquered area east of the Rhine as Germania, thus distinguishing it from Gaul (France), which he had conquered." In the first years of the 1st century, Roman legions conducted a long campaign in Germania,Show More Summary
Julius Caesar Knife Block: Beware the Knives of March
The desire to forecast and predict future events is human nature. Whether a gambler, investor, or sports fan, humans tirelessly attempt to emulate Shakepeare's Soothsayer from "Julius Caesar" and accurately foretell the unexpected. Prideful...Show More Summary
The soothsayer warned Caesar to “beware the Ides of March” in the Shakespearean play Julius Caesar. But there was no such warning for Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc. (NASDAQ:ULTA) investors as the stock tumbled more than 16% on the day. The beauty retailer’s earnings outlook for the current quarter failed to match up to [...]
It's the 2,057th anniversary of Julius Caesar's murder. Here's how his fans celebrated online.
Two millennia ago, gladiators, prostitutes, and politicians—Julius Caesar, for one—rubbed shoulders in a red-light district adjacent to the Forum and Colosseum. Now it's a zone where something new is always opening, Italians gather for animated conversations outside overflowing wine bars, and young women in stilettos pick their way through cobblestoned streets.
Civil wars and assassinations all to avoid some trumped up criminal charges. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: History, Ides of March, Julius Caesar
“Beware the Ides of March…” – William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Act I, Scene II Here: - Like a slow drain, bills are slowly trickling their way through the Georgia House and Senate. - There’s not a rug big enough in Georgia to sweep this scandal under. - Metro Atlanta’s unemployment rate rises “unexpectedly.” - Meet [...]
At Fast Company, Drake Baer reviews the business case for Shakespeare. My recommendation: Read "Julius Caesar" at least every two years.
On March 15, 33 BCE, Gaius Julius Caesar was assassinated. The empire of the Roman Republic had decapitated itself and a lengthy historical metamorphosis now called the Roman Revolution moved into its endgame. The question on the table...Show More Summary
Today is the Ides of March, a date of particular significance in politics. The haruspex, Spurinna had warned Julius Caesar that trouble would come no later than the Ides of March. On the evening of the Ides of March, Caesar strode past...Show More Summary
So Obama has been visiting the wingnuts in the GOP, trying to find common ground, and this is the thanks he gets from Orange Julius Caesar: I know my partner is negotiating in good faith when he takes to the pages of the Kaplan Test Prep Daily to crap all over me.