Rita Williams, longtime reporter for KTVU, has retired from the Oakland, CA, FOX affiliate after 35 years at the station. Williams, who called herself “the first broadcast broad,” was honored by the station with multiple on-air stories...Show More Summary
Jason Segel no longer holds the torch for Michelle Williams' love, but at least he's got a smile on his face! Driving around WeHo on his cute lil' Vespa, the Muppets man made West Hollywood his broad horizon on Saturday. And we're sure onlookers were just DELIGHTED! As we previously reported, Jason and Michelle ended [...]
William J. Broad interviews the astronomer Clark R. Chapman on the science behind bombardments from space.
The back and forth on William Broad's book The Science of Yoga (my review here) has resumed in the wake of the book's recent publication in paperback. Broad himself stoked the fire with new articles in The New York Times, which can only have been calculated to sell more books. Show More Summary
The yoga world's in a minor uproar -- again. And once more, it's training its fire on New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning science journalist William Broad.
While many agents of opinion have spoken out in favor or in protest of William J. Broad’s book and conquest to push the debate of safety and injuries in yoga, along with its proverbial buttons, others have stayed mostly mum on the subject. Timothy McCall, MD was one of the latter. A board-certified internist, the Medical [...]
The latest discussion in ‘yoga kills’ comes from the penman of the Great Yoga Scare himself, William J. Broad. As you may recall, when his New York Times article came out in early 2012 a virtual riot ensued. The infamous article was adapted from his book which also highlights but is not limited to, injuries [...]
By now, many yoga enthusiasts are well aware of the informative article “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body,” written by author William J. Broad, published early last year in the New York Times. While the article stated that yoga may not be appropriate for certain populations, it also carved out a few well-appointed reasons how [...]
2012 has been the year of the talk about yoga injuries. The hot topic sprang to the forefront of the online yoga conversation in January, with the publication of the NYT excerpt from William J. Broad’s book, The Science of Yoga. There has been a lot of talk, in both the yoga blogosphere and the [...]
EAST LANSING, MICH.- Art patron, philanthropist and Michigan State University alumnus Eli Broad and his wife, Edythe, have donated 18 works by artists including Jonathan Borofksy, Terry Winters and Sue Williams to the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University (Broad MSU). Show More Summary
"Shrek" author William Steig inspired me to use a more broad and extravagant vocabulary around my children.
DENVER, CO.- The Denver Art Museum announced the appointment of William Morrow as the Polly and Mark Addison Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, concluding an extensive international search. Morrow will oversee the DAM?s broad collection...Show More Summary
Remember all that fuss over yoga 'wrecking your body' and such? Ouch! This could easily be dubbed the year of "bend it til it breaks" with much debate and controversy surrounding William J. Broad's book The Science of Yoga: The Risks...Show More Summary
The yoga world is still feeling the repercussions of the NYT article, “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body,” and William J. Broad’s book, The Science of Yoga. More than eight months after the article and release of the book sparked a huge conversation about whether yoga harms or heals, the debate continues. Now, some yoga [...]
In case you hadn’t heard, MOCA has reversed course and will hire a chief curator and Eli Broad’s foundation is withholding pledge payments from the museum. For conspiracy theorists who think Broad wants MOCA to fail, William Poundstone rightly suggests that you put down the tin-foil hats. On GalleristNY, Anthony Haden-Guest profiles Leo Villareal. Clyfford Still + Vincent [...]
Cross-posted from the Google Student Blog Today we’re featuring Sabrina Williams, a Software Engineer in Test who joined Google in August 2011. Software Engineers in Test undertake a broad range of challenges on a daily basis, designing...Show More Summary
William Poundstone writes at Artinfo that the whole notion of Eli Broad trying to run the Museum of Contemporary Art into the ground is uninformed, illogical and should just go away. Frequent MOCA critic Tyler Green agrees, posting on Facebook: "This is fantastic. I wish I'd written it."
By Williams Equity Analysis: Wednesday's trading action was quite exciting, given the post-FOMC market plunge and pop (chart courtesy of ZeroHedge): (Click to enlarge) I don't think most traders were legitimately expecting an imminent QE3. Show More Summary
For over a year I was one of the few people who was convinced that the U.S. wasn't behind Stuxnet. When New York Times journalists William J. Broad, John Markoff, and David Sangar wrote "Israeli Test on Worm Called Crucial in Iran Nuclear Delay", I criticized them for producing no verifiable evidence as well as mis-stating some facts. Show More Summary
Two things in the New York Times today that readers should have already known more about: –Reporter William Broad has an article (5/21/12) on the state of nuclear inspections in Iran, particularly the military facility at Parchin. Broad tells readers … Continue reading ?