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  • reFramed: In conversation with Ji Yeo

     
    Ji Yeo is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design, her BFA in Visual Communication from National University, Seoul, Korea, and a certificate in General Studies from the International...
  • Trivializing peace

    What goes around comes around . . . and around, and around. Last month, the day after I left Santa Rosa, Calif., a 13-year-old boy carrying a toy replica of an AK-47 was shot and killed on the outskirts of that town by a Sonoma County deputy sheriff with...
  • 7 missed opportunities that can cost you that dream job

    Brazen Careerist Doing everything right doesn't guarantee you a coveted job. Sometimes what you aren't doing could be responsible for ruining your chance of being hired. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Are you making any of these career mistakes?...
  • Lara Logan takes leave of absence over '60 Minutes' report

    Lara Logan takes leave of absence over '60 Minutes' report
    Lara Logan is taking a leave of absence over a discredited "60 Minutes" report about the Benghazi attack. CNN and The Huffington Post reported that CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager asked correspondent Logan and her producer, Max McClellan, to take the...
  • Former Student Fights To Make UConn Safer For Women

    If Paul Pasqualoni had done the right thing and held Lyle McCombs out for more than 15 minutes of the 2012 Rutgers football game, chances are excellent that Alyssa Palazzo wouldn't have gone to the UConn Office of Community Standards. If Palazzo hadn't...
  • At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah

    At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah
    By Anne Stein for Oneforthetable.com The Hanukkah crown, to be worn by the person most representing the spirit of the holiday this year would have to go to Leah Adler, the proprietor of the Milky Way, famous for being the best upscale kosher restaurant...
  • The usual suspects

    Jonathon Owen's eminently sensible and well-informed essay "12 Mistakes Nearly Everyone Who Writes About Grammar Mistakes Makes" has been published at Huffington Post, and the comments there and on his own Arrant Pedantry site are as hilarious as you...
  • Gene Hackman's road trip not taken

    Gene Hackman's road trip not taken
    Let us now praise two actors, one who stars in "Nebraska," one who didn't. Now 77, Bruce Dern deserves every accolade and honor coming his way thanks to "Nebraska," director Alexander Payne's rueful comedy about a fogged-in career alcoholic, living in...
  • A Word, Please: Editors' disease: We can't stop dissecting sentences

    How do I know the color blue to you is the color blue to me? I suppose I don't. But I know that such questions lose their allure by the time one turns 20 or sobers up. But long after doing both, I've come across another question worthy of burrito-fueled...
  • Geraldine Chaplin stars in Karl Lagerfeld's short Chanel film

    Geraldine Chaplin plays designer Coco Chanel circa 1950 in a 30-minute film Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld has made to show before he presents the label's Paris-Dallas M├ętiers d’Art collection in Dallas on Dec. 10. [WWD] People magazine...
  • Minister suspended 30 days for officiating at son's gay wedding

    A day after convicting a Pennsylvania pastor of breaking church law by officiating at his son’s same-sex marriage, a Methodist jury suspended the Rev. Frank Schaefer for 30 days and told him he should surrender his credentials if he could not follow...