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Zackary Drucker and Hari Nef Push Beyond 'Trans Tipping Point' on Good Cover

“I’ve heard more than one trans person say that it’s like the best of times and the worst of times," explains performance artist Zackary Drucker in a special joint interview with actress Hari Nef in the Fall 2015 issue of GOOD magazine, now on newsstands. "It’s troubling the ways in which we’re being offered these opportunities. Show More Summary

Dart Music Specializes In Classical Streaming

Classical music hasn't exactly been the dominant genre in the age of streaming but Dart Music, a fresh face in the world of digital music, is looking to change that, in part by honing in on music's metadata issues. ______________________________________________ Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 Classical music...

The Klobuchar kludge, cont’d

(Scott Johnson) Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar specializes in avoiding outspoken stands on important issues. She looks for opportunities to lead the way on trivialities calculated to garner broad public support, such as her crusadeShow More Summary

20 Everyday Struggles Only People With Ongoing Stomach Issues Can Really Understand

If you’re not comfortable divulging your “issues” to a new special someone early on, it probably won't last.

Clément Chabernaud Models 2000s Iconic Menswear

After posing for Beymen’s fall-winter 2015 advertisement, Clément Chabernaud stars in a special fashion editorial for the most recent issue of Fantastic Man. Revisiting menswear collections from the 2000s, stylist Julian Ganio pulls together a lineup of standup ensembles that helped define the trends. Show More Summary

Hugh Jackman Opens Up About His Volatile Childhood In 'Parade'

Hugh Jackman is dapper in a suit on the cover of Parade magazine’s October 2015 issue! Here’s what the 46-year-old actor had to share with the mag: On whether Pan is special to him because, like Peter, his mother left him: “Yes. [But] I was more sensitive about its connection to my two adopted children. [...]

October 2015 Issue of In Session: Canadian Association of Law Libraries' e-Newsletter

The October 2015 issue of In Session is available online.It is the monthly e-newsletter of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) and contains news from CALL committees and special interest groups, member updates and event...

The Social Innovation Benefits to the Business Bottom Line

How do highly recognizable multinational brands and corporations contribute to social good? Historically, their impact on issues such as poverty, disease and environment has come through charitable giving of special corporate social responsibility units (CSR) or separate foundations. Show More Summary

Bo Burnham, poet and satirist, sings his way to Las Vegas

The laughs keep coming to Las Vegas, this time when comedian and actor Bo Burnham heads to the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016.  Burnham specializes in songs that satirize social issues, celebrity culture and more. At age 18, he became the youngest person to record a half-hour...

'Charlie Brown Christmas' Stamps Are Here To Start The Holidays Right

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The U.S. Postal Service really knows how to kick off a holiday celebration... by returning to some very classic roots.  The service issued a special booklet of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" stamps Thursday, with scenes from the iconic movie released nearly 50 years ago. Show More Summary

Countdown to PIX 2015: Submit your questions for attorney Bert Krages

Attorney at Law Bert Krages specializes in issues of intellectual property for photographers and artists. We'll be speaking to him at PIX in a few days, and now is your chance to have a say in the conversation. Read more

New Papers on Wage and Hour Regulation: Industrial Relations, vol. 54(4) (Oct. 2015)

The most recent issue of the journal Industrial Relations -- a special issue in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Fair Labor Standards Act--includes these papers on pay secrecy, reporting pay, and proposed amendments to the Fair Labor Standards...

Gun Controller’s Ox Gets Gored

Anna Clark at Columbia Journalism Review: At a time of high-profile shootings and rising crime in many cities, the journal Preventive Magazine has published a special issue on gun violence, bringing together leading scholars to illuminate a subject that is often overwhelmed by political rancor. Guest editors David Hemenway and Daniel Webster apply a public […]

#?UN70?: My Stroll with Margareta Wahlstrom, Special Representative of the Secretary General on Disaster Risk Reduction

"Risk Reduction is not a stand-alone issue... you cannot achieve sustainable development if you don't recognize and manage risk." - SRSG Margareta Wahlstrom. Ms. Wahlstrom was made the first SRSG (Special Representative of the Secretary...Show More Summary

Misleading coverage of a major gun study highlights the danger of fast reporting

At a time of high-profile shootings and rising crime in many cities, the journal Preventive Magazine has published a special issue on gun violence, bringing together leading scholars to illuminate a subject that is often overwhelmed by political rancor. Show More Summary

Special Heritage issue of Near Eastern Archaeology

The Journal of Near Eastern Archaeology has a special issue covering the “Cultural Heritage in the Middle East”. There are ten contributions covering Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya, and Afghanistan. All of the contributions are available on JSTOR. Show More Summary

Smart Strategies for Issuing Ecommerce Coupons

Consumers love coupons, and brands are eager to issue them. Discounts and special offers make it easy to incentivize hesitant shoppers to finally pull the trigger and past purchasers to place their second, third or, even, tenth order. Show More Summary

Illuminating Women's Voices From Within

In 2007, I began my special interest in "women's issues" and what I quickly found out was that women's issues were often men's inability to let go of power. Power it seems is the ultimate lure -- few can resist it, or renounce it, or share it. Show More Summary

China Is Stealing American Property

On Friday, communist China’s president Xi Jinping will make a state visit to Washington. Presidential candidates, government agencies and special interest groups are clamoring to have their pet issues added to the discussion agenda.Show More Summary

The road to cinematic hell is paved with good intentions and bad choices

The cast of Roland Emmerich's 'Stonewall' For those of us that were kids in the era of the Afterschool Special and sitcoms that would go serious for a very special episode, they're a relic of a time when serious social issues were approached in well-intentioned, but incredibly naive and horribly condescending ways. Show More Summary

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