Once Every Thousand Years…

The new “Think Again” column is called “War for the Hell of It: The Sad Decline of David Broder” and it’s here. Apparently David Broder has lost what’s left of his mind and his editors at the Post are unwilling to save the man from himself.

discovered 2 months ago on The Nation
Our National Drought of Climate Change Coverage

Best Foreign Film: Blue is the Warmest Color, Honorable Mention: The Past, The Hunt, The Attack, The Great Beauty, What’s in a Name? It was the band’s...

discovered 2 months ago on The Nation
Nadia Whittome, Britain’s youngest MP, on race, Rees-Mogg – and taking a massive pay cut

When Nadia Whittome was growing up, her mother told her that, as a working-class girl of colour, she...

discovered 2 months ago on MSN News
Xerox launches a hostile takeover bid for HP

HP said Thursday Xerox’s proposal “significantly undervalues HP and creates meaningful risk to the detriment of HP shareholders.” It has also raised...

discovered 2 months ago on FOX 2 News St. Louis
Michelle Obama Is Now on Her Way to EGOT-ing After Winning Her First Grammy, for Becoming

Add “Grammy winner” to Michelle Obama‘s long list of accomplishments. The former first lady won her...

discovered 2 months ago on People via Yahoo News
Academy Museum Fundraising Reaches 95% of $388 Million Goal

Fundraising for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has reached more than $368 million in pledges...

discovered 2 months ago on San Francisco Chronicle
Fans, friends and Broadway pay tribute to 13-year-old actress Laurel Griggs

A shining light, a distinct talent, a loving person. That's how Laurel Griggs, the 13-year-old...

discovered 4 months ago on KMOV St. Louis
Who will be Worcester's next poet laureate?

It's nearly impossible to pinpoint a single, most-definitive moment of Worcester poetry. You could look back in time to Tony Brown and his “rip-up"...

discovered 4 months ago on Worcester Telegram & Gazette
P.O.D. named as halftime show performer for Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl - KVIA

P.O.D. aka Payable on Death, a Christian metal band formed in 1992 and based in San Diego, was named...

discovered 4 months ago on ABC 7 El Paso
Weeds Sequel, With Mary-Louise Parker, In the Works | Playbill

Weeds, the Jenji Kohan show about a suburban mother who deals marijuana, will return for a sequel...

discovered 4 months ago on Playbill
'Frozen,' opening at Proctors, a big-time production

British-born theater director who gained fame running Donmar Warehouse, an acclaimed underground theater company in London, Grandage has a shelf-filling...

discovered 4 months ago on Albany Times Union