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James Levine, Mighty Fine

The New York Times reports that the Metropolitan Opera is trying to persuade its music director, James Levine, who has been beset by health problems, to retire. My knowledge of music is fairly shallow, but for what it’s worth, I’ll never forget how Levine conducted the Met orchestra in Wozzeck, Alban Berg’s atonal classic. Show More Summary

Harry Styles Alone On Valentine’s Day — Has He Broken Up With Kendall Jenner?

Harry Styles is not going to spend his Valentine’s Day with Kendall Jenner, after all. The Victoria’s Secret model has been spending time in New York to back Kanye West and she is going to be there for the upcoming fashion week, Mirror has reported. Show More Summary

Divisive: the modern political era, figured out

It’s written about at length in today’s New York Times Magazine (go buy it, don’t go online to get it for free). Brilliantly.  But here’s the greatest practitioner of division candidly telling George Stephanopoulos about his intended strategy, months ago: “I’m being divisive right now because I want to win.” – Donald Trump I know […]

The 'Blame the Campus Liberals' Campaign Targets Yale

A national campaign to blame campus distempers on politically correct liberals has found yet another target in angry students and anxious administrators. On February 7 the New York Times published two jaw-droppingly credulous and/orShow More Summary

New York Fashion Week Live Blog: Day 4

Welcome to New York Fashion Week, day four! From now until next Thursday, the Fashionista team will be reporting live from the fall 2016 collections. Follow our updates on this page to see what's happening in real time, and click here for even more NYFW coverage.Homepage photo: Kris... Continue reading

When Einstein was wrong: Black holes

In today's New York Times physicist Lawrence Krauss has a rundown of the myriad cases in which even Albert Einstein was wrong about physical reality. His opposition to quantum mechanics was famous, but there were several others including gravitational lensing and - at the beginning - even gravitational waves. Show More Summary

New York Teacher Humiliates First Grader For Giving Wrong Answer, Rips Up Paper and Sends Her To Time Out Chair [Video]

Brooklyn Success Academy Teacher Charlotte Dial was removed from her duties after a teacher’s aid secretly recorded her berating and humiliating a first grade student for getting a wrong answer on a math problem. The demeaning outburst was directed specifically at one student, but spread to others when Dial asked other children to finish the... Show More Summary

Despite Reports, Don't Look For A Pandora Sale Anytime Soon

Is Pandora really up for sale? If itis the timing is extremely curious. Pandora Media was said to have begun talks with Morgan Stanley to help it find a buyer, according to an initial article by the New York Times,although the talks were deemed preliminary and had no guarantee of a [...]

Toy Fair 2016 Proves Yet Again That It’s An Amazing Time To Be A Collector

3 hours agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

If you’ve been following our Twitter account today, then you are already well aware that the 2016 Toy Fair is underway at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City. The plaything equivalent of the Super Bowl, Toy Fair is the place where deals are made, swag is swug, and the public is introduced […]

Upcoming: SI Swimsuit Issue Fan Festivals in NYC & Miami

Last year was the first ever SI Swimsuit Issue Fan Festival which had events taking place in New York City and Nashville. This year the event is back for a second time as they celebrate the release of the 2016 issue with Fan Festivals...Show More Summary

Democrats See Gift in GOP Blocking Court Nominee

New York Times: “Democrats, sensing a prime opportunity to make Republicans pay a political price for bowing to their hard-liners, moved quickly on Saturday to stir up outrage from their own partisans.” Said Hillary Clinton: “It is outrageous that Republicans [...]

Scalia’s Death Sets Off Epic Battle

New York Times: “Within hours of Justice Scalia’s death, both sides began laying the groundwork for what could be a titanic confirmation struggle fueled by ideological interest groups. The surprise opening also jolted the presidential campaign hours before a Republican [...]

Who Obama might choose

The New York Times looks at who might be in the running for replacing Antonin Scalia. Democrats said plausible candidates could include a series of appellate judges like Merrick B. Garland, the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, who has been considered by Mr. Obama before. [...]

This Week In SF Food: Brasserie St. James Arriving on Valencia, Dat Spot Shutters, And More

Also, Antoinette debuts in Berkeley, the New York Times gives Petit Crenn a little love, and Michael Bauer is in love with Volta. [ more › ]

Leadership Lessons From Walt Bettinger (CEO Of Charles Schwab)

New York Times, Walt Bettinger of Charles Schwab: You’ve Got to Open Up to Move Up: How have your parents shaped your leadership style? I remember shortly after I graduated from high school, my dad came into my bedroom one Saturday morning and handed me a letter. It was his...

Elaine May Brings Down The House At Writers Guild Awards West

By the time the Writers Guild Awards show in New York ended with all the winners leaking out, the WGA Awards ceremony in Century City was completely deflated. That is until Elaine May took the podium at the Hyatt Century City ballroom...Show More Summary

Kate Bowler in the NYT

Michael Hammond Just a quick note to point alert readers to the courageous and honest article "Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me" in the New York Times Sunday Review by RiAH contributor Kate Bowler. Her open discussion of her cancer is remarkable, as is her new perspective on her work in chronicling the prosperity gospel. Show More Summary

Here is the current state of Fox Sports in one tweet

20 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

By now you’ve probably read the explosive new story about the old Peyton Manning story regarding sexual assault allegations during his time at Tennessee.  While the New York Daily News story has issues of its own and has been covered...Show More Summary

NYT in Full Amnesty Advocacy Mode on Front Page: GOP Waging 'Incendiary' War on 'Undocumented Immigrants'

The New York Times is again trying hard to hang the immigration issue around the collective neck of the Republican Party. A lead story by Alexander Burns, “Division Deepens In The G.O.P. Field On Immigration – Appeals In The South –Show More Summary

Outrage Grows Over Viral NYT Video Showing Charter School Teacher Yelling at, Berating First-Graders

Episode is part of a long line of harsh tactics from the powerful charter school network. A report in the New York Times Friday showing a Success Academy teacher in Brooklyn berating students has gone viral, sparking outrage from parents, anti-reform activists and education experts. Show More Summary

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