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Disco producer, avant-garde experimentalist, classically trained cellist, visionary: there are few artists who’ve been both as under-appreciated and as influential as Arthur Russell. Over the course of his career, spanning the early ’70s until his AIDS-related death in 1992, Russell’s work encompassed a bewildering variety of projects, many of which never saw the light of day until after his death. 744 more words
Edward Snowden, who risked his life by spilling the secret information that nothing is a secret, is perhaps over-revered by a certain type of person: white, male, national-security obsessed, libertarian-leaning, privileged. 864 more words
Maybe Coke’s problems can all be fixed with mirrors, paper clips, rubber bands — and a new marketing guru.
Coca-Cola’s shares jumped more than 1% in morning trading after the soft drink behemoth announced it has named a new chief marketing officer, to step in beginning Jan. 181 more words