Last month, the Trump administration announced that it will end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for immigrants from El Salvador. TPS allows an estimated 200,000 Salvadorans to live and work in the United States. Like immigrants around the globe, Salvadorans send home remittances — a portion of their paychecks goes back to their country of origin, […]
Kallyope, a biotech startup working to map out the gut-brain axis, has raised $66 million. The series B round will help the company get some of its programs nearer to human clinical trials and continue research on the relationship between...Show More Summary
While millions work in office environments where an iPhone or Galaxy phone work just fine, there is a segment of the population that functions in adverse environments where a glass sandwich phone just doesn't cut it. That's where Cat phones step in to shine.
At last, we have a Land Rover phone that doesn't look like it was built from parts found on a factory floor. The new 'Explore' is the work of Bullitt, a British company that has made handsets for Caterpillar, Kodak and JCB in the past. Show More Summary
On Weaving offers a model for how to write in a way that incorporates theoretical examination alongside practical content; in it Anni Albers provides valuable — and often overlooked — thoughts on art and creative work. The post Anni Albers’s Thoughts on Textiles Loom Large appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Exciting news: I've co-curated an exhibition of Carol Cole's work and collection at the Weatherspoon with Emily Stamey! This exhibition is long overdue, so I'm proud to have had a part in making it happen. Carol Cole: Cast a Clear Light opens March 3rd and will run through June 17th. Show More Summary
A gallery was ordered to withdraw a work that labeled Catalan separatist leaders as political prisoners from an exhibit at Madrid’s main arts fair.
They've announced the six-title strong shortlist for this year's International Prize for Arabic Fiction. It includes works by Ibrahim Nasrallah and Amir Tag Elsir -- as well as one that's been translated and is due out in English shortly,...Show More Summary
It was on this day, February 21st, in 1967 that Syd Barrett and the Pink Floyd started their first sessions at London's EMI Studios for their debut album Pipers At The Gates of Dawn. The first song they worked on was Matilda Mother. What are you listening to tonight?
‘It did occur to me that I hadn’t made a terribly wise career decision’: Anthony McCall talks to Laura Gascoigne about what happened when his ‘solid light works’ disappeared
Practising yoga offers many benefits to your health and general wellbeing - but who has time to join a class? Between work, family and social engagements, there's simply no room for stretchy exercises down the park. Fortunately, it's possible to pack the mental benefits of yoga into just 10 minutes - without leaving your home or office. Show More Summary
The Locks Gallery presents its sixth solo exhibition of work by Lynda Benglis, with an installation of wall-bound sculptures features new paper pieces (2017) beside pleated metal pieces from the 1980s. Personalities ranging from baroque...Show More Summary
Life isn’t always easy when you have ADD / ADHD. In fact, for most people people with ADD / ADHD, it involves a lot of stress and struggle on a daily basis (and it may for you as well) with finances, work, health, relationships, and a lot more. Most people are dealing with more stress, […]
It is well documented that the Australian Labor Party sent staffers to work against Donald Trump in the 2016 campaign. The story was well documented and raised a bit of a stink in Australia because the operatives were funded by Aussie taxpayers. Show More Summary
According to Pitchfork, The National frontman Matt Berninger is developing a TV show about his life, and he says he’s “hoping it’s a comedy.” Berninger is working his writer Carin Besser (who is also his wife), his brother Tom, and Australian filmmaker Trent O’Donnell. Berninger dropped that reveal during an interview… Read more...
I'm sitting, peddling, shaking, typing - all at my desk - in search of the "zone." The zone, you see, is an ellipsis. It's when you're deep in a project, busily ignorant of your surroundings, centered and focused on the task at hand. More »
If you missed it, and you want a reliable account of what that ‘agreement that wasn’t an agreement’ let Brian Rowan take you through it in his usual careful and measured way… The only aspect of it that seems well worked is the language...Show More Summary
Dave Majumdar Security, Americas The idea is to deploy or get out. The Pentagon is actively working to reduce the number of non-deployable troops on its rolls so that the burden of combat is shared more evenly amongst the force. “The...Show More Summary
A groundbreaking new study shows antidepressants are effective – we should get on with taking and prescribing them It’s official: antidepressants work. They are not a multibillion-dollar conspiracy dreamed up by Big Pharma Bond villains. Show More Summary
Danny Boyle may be the frontrunner to helm Bond 25, and if he takes the gig, it could reunite him with Trainspotting screenwriter John Hodge. More on the Bond 25 screenplay below. Bond Watch! It’s been less than 24 hours since word broke that Danny Boyle was the frontrunner to direct the next James Bond film. Show More Summary