Journalist and author Michael Hastings, best known for a profile that led to the resignation of a U.S. Army General, died Tuesday morning in a single-car accident in Los Angeles, Cal. He was 33 years old.
The movement to democratize interior design has been building steam for a while, from magazines like Domino that broke the mold of the unattainable and unaffordable in traditional shelter magazines to blogs and books that break down the basic principles of design. More
John Shafer, a self-described “conservative Republican,” says there was no political agenda and that he and a lower level worker first flagged a Tea Party group because of the high profile the Tea Party was getting. Shafer spoke to congressional investigators. Asked if the lower-level agent sought to elevate the case to Washington because he [...]
A lawsuit filed against the NYPD accuses the city’s police of regularly violating the civil rights of Muslims. The suit claims that the NYPD unconstitutionally profiles and intimidates them, thereby discouraging them from practicing their religion. Civil rights lawyers filed the lawsuit in a federal Manhattan court on Tuesday. Shortly thereafter, supporters of the suit formed [...]
BuzzFeed reporter and Rolling Stone contributing editor Michael Hastings died in a car accident early Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. He was 33. Perhaps best known for his 2010 Rolling Stone profile of General McChrystal, which cost McChrystal his job, Hastings was also the author of two books, including last year's The Operators. Read more...
Michael Hastings, a contributor to Rolling Stone and BuzzFeed, died on Tuesday morning in a car crash at the unforgivably young age of 33. He is best known, rightly, for his 2010 Rolling Stone profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who … Continue reading ?
Michael Hastings, a contributor to Rolling Stone and BuzzFeed, died on Tuesday morning in a car crash at the unforgivably young age of 33. He is best known, rightly, for his 2010 Rolling Stone profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, whoShow More Summary
Today in Day Around the Bay: Stanley Saitowitz coming to the Mission, hero Muni bus drivers honored, racial profiling feats at Marin County Fair, San Jose sues MLB, and more. [ more › ]
Katy Perry talks a lot about her personal life in her new Vogue profile. She calls Russell Brand "controlling," and says that although she loved him when they married, she hasn't heard from him "since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31, 2011." Read more...
The Daily Show‘s John Oliver is on a roll this week! The guest host is set to fill in for John Stewart during his three-month vacation, and he couldn’t have picked a better time to do it if he tried. There’s so much ripe political nonsense waiting to be mocked, the show is basically writing [...]
You can’t be serious…. Serena Williams Blames Steubenville Victim For Sexual Assault The latest entry is a Rolling Stone profile, which comes on the heels of John Jeremiah Sullivan’s Times Magazine cover story last August and a new documentary
You’re reading this article because you've seen enough of Luis Suárez, Gareth Bale, Edinson Cavani, Gonzalo Higuaín, Isco, etc. Here are 10 players, who have low profiles and haven’t made a big-money transfer to a European club. Feel free to comment below with your thoughts. Begin Slideshow
Mother Jones did a short profile of Veep creator Armando Iannucci recently, and while there are a couple other interesting tidbits about the show in there, the biggest takeaway was this passage about real-life vice president Joe Biden,...Show More Summary
Jalopnik profiles "the most interesting man in car porn" in an article replete with all sorts of fun themes you look for in a feature—sex, drugs, drones, and fast cars. Read more...
Oh, Johnny Depp. On the one hand, enduring nineties sex symbol, international super movie star, fedora king, etc. On the other, 50-year-old dude making dumb jokes and being a little confused. In a new profile in Rolling Stone, Depp calls TMZ TLC — even though he also claims to be a ... More »
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The developer community has a message for Pinterest: what’s taking so long? Ever since March 2012, the image-sharing network has promised developers an API. And it's in demand - according to ProgrammableWeb, the Pinterest API profile...Show More Summary
The first time I became aware of Marie Calloway was in the late Fall of 2011, when I was serving as Editor-in-Chief of The New York Observer and the paper’s media reporter, Kat Stoeffel, pitched a profile of a young pseudonymous writer...Show More Summary
LinkedIn is one of the most powerful tools in your social media arsenal and yet it’s often overlooked or pushed aside to make room for flashier, more “marketing-friendly” platforms. We leave our profiles to gather dust until the very last moment when we notice it’s terribly out of date but important for an application or... Show More Summary
I don’t have a passcode on my iPhone. Anyone who finds the device can run their finger along the bottom of its screen and instantly access my personal and professional email accounts, Facebook and Twitter profiles, address book, and anything else I might consider important faster than you can say “slide to unlock.” And I’m not alone — according to...