Reblogged from Just So You Know: Michael Wolff, USA TODAY April 21, 2013 In the early hours after the Boston Marathon attack, the Post insisted that 12 people were dead and that a Saudi suspect was in custody, maintaining this story long after all official police and FBI representatives were saying, no, two dead (a … Continue reading
Reblogged from Fortune Tech: Technology blogs, news and analysis from Fortune Magazine: Fixing a broken retail business turns out to be a lot harder than building a new one. FORTUNE — Ron Johnson, the former Target (TGT) manager who tried to save the ailing J.C. Penney (JCP) using lessons he learned building Apple’s (AAPL) retail … Continue reading
Homeward bound – FT.com via Homeward bound – FT.com.
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Tina Chow is not a name you hear often these days. Back in December I asked my best friend if he remembered her, to which he replied, “I kind of remember her; she was kind of fierce back in the day.” As a footnote to our conversation he added, “she died of AIDS didn’t … Continue reading
Update on the Baltimore Spectator/James MacArthur situation.
It’s no real secret, Baltimore City Schools are in a state of decline. Parents looking for affordable options for educating their children here have very few options. My husband and I are vexed by the constant focus on teaching test taking skills, leaving poorly disciplined kids and kids with behavior problems among the well-behaved, … Continue reading
Reblogged from One Zero Nine: http://youtu.be/2mghqJe7crg Have you ever wanted to quit your current job and just travel the world, exploring and learning about different cultures & food? Well “No Reservations” host Anthony Bourdain has been doing that for the past seven years. In this final season he makes a stop in Brooklyn, where he … Continue reading
It\’s Genre Fiction. Not That There\’s Anything Wrong With It! : The New Yorker via It\’s Genre Fiction. Not That There\’s Anything Wrong With It! : The New Yorker.