A photo posted by kim drew (@museummammy) on Oct 27, 2015 at 6:39pm PDT Twenty-five-year-old Kimberly Drew is one of the art world's rising new tastemakers, specifically because her work is centered on dismantling the art world's old gates. Show More Summary
Colette, the eclectic Parisian retailer, is still one of the trendiest stores in the world, after 18 years. Learn the secrets to their product selection, merchandising and in-store environment success.
Never let anything get in the way of your dreams, not even a rare bone disorder. That is the message one girl has sent to the world.
One of my least favorite things in the world is hearing a young person whose parents pay their cell phone/buy them plane tickets home for every holiday/give them thousand-dollar gift checks say something like, “I’ve never gotten anyShow More Summary
Co-authored with Paulo C.de Sá Porto and Cristiano Morini In September 2003, one of us was among the delegations of trade representatives from around the world that gathered in Cancun, Mexico, for one of the first Doha rounds of the World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations. Show More Summary
An article running yesterday at Crunchy Roll indicates that Eiichoro Oda's One Piece has once again taken the crown in terms of series sales into the Japanese book market, something that gets measured December 1 to November 30 and something One Piece has dominated since 2009. Show More Summary
Each week here at Bloody Disgusting we like to highlight some of the new Blu-ray releases hitting shelves across the world. Please note that this isn’t every release for the week, just a few of the ones that jumped out at us. Not a lot of new releases this week but plenty to be excited […]
Many One Direction fans were heartbroken when Zayn Malik walked out on the chart-topping group back in March of this year. One Direction were just a few dates into their mammoth “On the Road Again” world tour and were just about to begin recording their fifth album when Malik walked out as a result of... Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton may have enjoyed the most successful season of his Formula One career in 2015, but the three-time world champion's year failed to end on a happy note in Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. For the third race in succession,Show More Summary
People often say they don't discuss religion or politics with others because they evoke strong emotions. It sure seems like climate change has become one of those topics. World leaders are currently gathered in Paris this week to address one of the pressing generational issues of our time. However, an interesting [...]
The a leader of one of the world’s most oil-rich nations just announced he wants the capital city’s rooftops coated in solar panels by no later than 2030. The National reports that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, President and Ruler of United Arab Emirates capital, Dubai – announced the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 late last week. Show More Summary
When you've donated, volunteered, mentored, coached, fundraised and still the world remains full of homeless kids, you have one move: Do more. To that end, I often think about what it would take to turn off the faucets upstream, to work toward reducing the flow of young people to the doors of Covenant House and other youth shelters around the world. Show More Summary
President Obama, speaking at the climate change summit in Paris, says this is an issue that needs to be addressed right now. “This one trend — climate change — affects all trends. If we let the world keep warming as fast as it is, and sea levels rising as fast as they are … then [...]
One of the best things that you can do for your partner and yourself is to be honest with them about your health. December 1st is World AIDS Day, an annual opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, and one of those ways is through knowledge. I talked with Dr. Gameli Keep Reading ?
Remember those Advent calendars you would use around the holidays as a kid? Each day opening a door with excitement because it was one day closer to Christmas? Now, as an adult, you can play around with a virtual one. Only instead of angels or Santa’s elves, the door reveals a tank. Over on the […]
One of the big features of WoW’s patch 6.2 was the Garrison Shipyard, a place where we can send our crew on various daily missions and build up our fleet. It was supposed to be one of the many activities people can do till the next expansion drops. But because of weak rewards, no one’s really using it. Read more...
BlueCrest Capital, the once-massive hedge fund led by Michael Platt, will immediately start to return all outside capital to investors, according to a letter. The 15-year-old fund plans to operate as a private firm " focusing solely on the management of the assets of its partners and employees," the letter said. Show More Summary
One sure sign that the world has reached "peak douchebag" will be when Slate goes out of business. That hasn't happened yet. So they have sent out William Saletan to recycle a tired old trope the left trots out to make themselves feel superior: the real threat to America is white Christian terrorists. Show More Summary
BlueCrest Capital Management, once one of the world's biggest hedge funds, is shutting its doors to outside investors in the latest sign of turbulence in the rich hedge fund industry.
Less than a minute’s walk from the Cleethorpes seafront, behind one of the many old, terraced streets that snake from the shoreline, is a curious building of robust design. Constructed during World War I, this strange cement block is...Show More Summary