In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed actress Dianne Wiest for the Mansion section's "House Call" column (go here). You probably know her best from Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994). We...
Some of my favorite comments from you in this weekly column are the ones that are so random and specific that where else would you be able to announce them other than here, to each other? Like the comment from last week, I think it was, by a genius writer (hi, @schmigglesthecat) who wanted to let... Continue reading
Exploring the strange day jobs of five writers and how their jobs impact their writing. Column by Michael David Wilson A lot of writers hold down a day job. Sometimes by choice, sometimes out of necessity. I decided to track down five...Show More Summary
A big tumble for one of the city's most expensive homes Friday means it’s time for the High & the Low, a Curbed SF column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. So who scored what...Show More Summary
Submitted by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, I think it’s possible that the Fed will push rates below zero when the next recession arrives. I explained why a few months ago in my free weekly column, Thoughts from the Frontline, at Mauldin Economics. In that regard, something important happened recently. Show More Summary
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]
Author Dan Sisson has collected his favorite columns in a new book “There aren’t any deer here,” claimed the youngster on his first hunt. “Quiet and don’t move,” replied the old man on his fortieth deer hunt. If you’re lucky, you had a mentor like the “old man” above—someone to take you afield in search of deer, ducks, trout, and more. Show More Summary
Filibustered is Alex McCown’s column about the overlap between politics and pop culture. For this year’s party conventions, the cable networks revised the first rule of pontificating on television—“It doesn’t matter what you say, soShow More Summary
An undefeated record used to be the ultimate measuring stick in college football. Back when polls determined national champions and bowl selection wasn't as structured as it was now, seeing that zero in the final loss column meant a team was title material. Things have changed in a big way for the game over the last several decades. Show More Summary
If you watch just one René Redzepi doc, make it this one Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein. The new documentary Ants on a Shrimp is three things. Show More Summary
A guest column by the American College of Physicians, exclusive to KevinMD.com. A couple of months ago I received a Facebook invitation to “like” a page. That was not unusual, and usually the pages are on silly or obscure topics, but this page was different. The name of the page was New Kidney for Stu. […]
Hi everyone! Happy July! For my column this month I am sharing with you an apricot pie with homemade vanilla… The post Recipe: Triple Vanilla Ice Cream + Apricot Pie appeared first on decor8.
Alison Piepmeier, “Thank You for My Beautiful Life” Alison Piepmeier, currently receiving hospice care for brain cancer, has written a beautiful column for the Charleston City Paper. Here is an excerpt: What does it mean when the rest of your life may be measured in weeks? My brain … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
Welcome back to Critical Eye, Alexandra Lange's incisive, observant, curious, human- and street-friendly architecture column for Curbed. In this edition, Lange debunks the oft-cited statistic that 50 percent of the world's population lives in cities, and makes a case for why holding on to that number is harming our design discourse. Show More Summary
My earlier column, Future of Work: Utopia or Dystopia? expresses concern about a jobless world. A recent The Atlantic article asks: Would a Work-free World Be So Bad? People have speculated for centuries about a future without work,Show More Summary
Welcome to our column, "Hey, Quick Question," where we investigate seemingly random happenings in the fashion industry. Enjoy!As often happens in July, the weather in New York City has been unbearably hot. There's nothing unusual about that — it is summer, a season which reliably arrives at the... Continue reading
This is In Real Terms, a column analyzing the week in economic news. Comments? Criticisms? Ideas for future columns? Email me, or drop a note in the comments. When Hillary Clinton said last spring that she would put her husband “in charge of revitalizing the economy,” I argued that Bill Clinton doesn’t deserve much credit […]
The Stored Procedure Framework Now Supports A Stored Procedure With Dynamic FieldsUntil recently when using the Stored Procedure Framework you needed to know the exactlyFieldName and DataType of each column returned from a stored procedure so thiscould be accurately represented with the correspo
Welcome to Fashion Scavenger Hunt, a Jezebel column in which we all work together to find the elusive product of your dreams. Need help with a style or specific item, or just looking for advice on dupes? Email me at email@example.com and I, too, will put my nimble googling fingers to work. Read more...
Making your budget is only half the story; here's five case studies for what the same sum sells in different neighborhoods Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Show More Summary