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AIPAD 2015 shines: Strong attendance, record number of galleries, excellent sales

2 hours agoArts : Artdaily

The 35th annual AIPAD Photography Show New York, held at the Park Avenue Armory from April 16-19, drew rave reviews and high attendance. Collectors and exhibitors praised the new look of the show which accommodated a record 89 exhibitors. Show More Summary

A Binky Book Review: 'Pretend You're in a War -- The Who and The Sixties' by Mark Blake

June 1966... There were about six of us 13- to 15-year-olds crammed into a pal's bedroom, listening to records. It was the earliest co-ed hang of my life. Exciting, scary, baffling... I was abashed, trying to figure out how to talk to...Show More Summary

What are Ref Rodriguez's ties to the Gülen cult, and why is the Armenian community supporting Bennett Kayser?

Review of the financial statements and accounting records noted: non-disclosure of related party transactions; failure to maintain required fund reserves; failure to appropriately apply accrual basis of accounting; lack of monitoring...Show More Summary

Judging Obama on Israel

Noah Pollak (a friend) reviews the record and concludes: When it comes to the Jewish state, Obama is defined by everything he is not in the case of every other country. Instead of detachment, confrontation. Instead of coolness, anger and outrage. Show More Summary

“Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company”

NYT sounding a little defensive: The New York Times’s examination of the Uranium One deal is based on dozens of interviews, as well as a review of public records and securities filings in Canada, Russia and the United States. Some … Continue reading ?

Exclusive: Gatekeeper of Canada's Energy East pipeline has mixed environmental record

(Reuters) - A company pivotal to Canada's most ambitious oil pipeline project has a mixed environmental record of spills and regulatory warnings, according to government documents reviewed by Reuters, a finding likely to bolster activist opposition to the proposal.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill Names Fitzgerald & Co. AOR

Bloomin’ Brands chain Carrabba’s Italian Grill has selected Fitzgerald & Co. as its new agency of record following a review, Adweek reports. The agency, a McCann Worldgroup Atlanta affiliate, takes over for incumbent MMB after defeating...Show More Summary

Music Review: The genre-defying Hop Along isn’t a “secret” anymore

It’s ironic that, when Hop Along’s sophomore album—and its first for Saddle Creek Records—was announced, the band was referred to as “a secret.” In a way, it makes sense that this is how the band is regarded. Gestating for nearly a decade, Hop Along could easily be seen as the kind of band that exists on the fringes. Show More Summary

Review: The 24th Street Wailers – Where Evil Grows

The 24th Street Wailers – Where Evil Grows (LMB Records) Here’s a super fun album of vintage r&b, blues and rock ‘n’ roll from the Canadian-based outfit, The 24th Street Wailers – made up of Canadian and American musicians, namely Mike Archer (bass), Lindsay Beaver (vocals and drums), Elliot Sowell (guitar), Jesse Whiteley (piano) and […]

Lakers' Week 25 in review

The Lakers finished Week 25, and the 2014-15 season, with a pair of losses to the Sacramento Kings and a 21-61 record -- the worst winning percentage in franchise history.

Social Security Q&A: Can I Remarry My Second Spouse and Claim on My First Spouse's Record?

Today's question asks if it's possible to claim on a first spouse's record after divorcing and remarrying a second spouse. The answer reviews the rules for claiming benefits before exploring which benefits can be claimed at various times in this particular case.

Review: Red Mouth – Toska

Red Mouth – Toska (Red Mouth Records: RMRCD0020) We have waited far too long to get round to looking at this one, perhaps because nobody quite knew what to make of it. Yes, this is American roots music but a headier mix you would struggle to find. Eric ‘Red Mouth’ Gebhardt was born in Texas, lives in […]


Record of Miraculous Events in Japan: the Nihon ryoiki, translated by Burton Watson, Columbia University Press. Writes Haruo Shirane in his "Introduction" to Burton Watson's translation of this Record of Miraculous Events..., it wasShow More Summary

Original Rockers by Richard King review – a wonderfully evocative tribute to a record shop

This history of Bristol’s erstwhile independent record store Revolver is a bittersweet homage to a hallowed place As an undergraduate at the University of Bristol in the early 1990s, Richard King spent almost as much time in the city’s record shops as he did in the library. Show More Summary

Sources: Supervisors Told To Falsify Reserve Deputy’s Training Records; Department Announces Internal Review

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“We don’t allow out-of-state people to take the class. I’m only surmising, and I can’t confirm this because this would […] The post Sources: Supervisors Told To Falsify Reserve Deputy’s Training Records; Department Announces Internal Review appeared first on Crime Feed.

NYC bars the use of credit checks in hiring

Big Apple lawmakers pass a bill banning businesses from reviewing a job applicant's credit record in employment decisions

Supervisors Told to Falsify Training Records of Pay-to-Play Tulsa Deputy

An internal review is underway after the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona denied a training claim made by 73-year-old Reserve Deputy Robert Bates, who killed an unarmed man named Eric Harris, 44, on April 2 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Grand Theft Auto V on PC review: Rockstar outdoes itself in world-building

Stunning landscapes with dizzying visual detail, and a tool that lets you record and edit in-game footage and upload it to YouTube, puts this open-world game lightyears ahead of its competitors Rockstar Games / PC / £40 / PEGI rating: 18+ Continue reading...

Music Review: Brian Wilson - No Pier Pressure

Brian Wilson No Pier Pressure [Capitol Records; 2015] by Simon Chandler Rating: “Life goes on and on/ Like your favorite song,” Brian Wilson puffs on “This Beautiful Day,” but what he fails to mention is that, in his favorite song, life never goes on. Show More Summary

Earth's Call - songs by John Ireland

John Ireland Mother and Child, Songs Sacred and Profane, Three Songs to Poems by Thomas Hardy; April Fredrick, Mark Bebbington; SOMM Recordings Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Apr 2 2015 Star rating: 4.0 One-disc exploration of some of Ireland's fine but neglected songs. Show More Summary

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