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"Hooray for Hollywood" at Re-branded Del Mar Fall Meet

When Hollywood Park in Inglewood, California closed forever last December, it left a hole in the Southern California racing calendar. Hollywood’s racing schedule typically ran from April to mid-July, when Thoroughbred racing headed south to Del Mar for the boutique summer meet, then resumed in November and December. 66 more words


The “two” lives of Jon Entine! Read to know more….

According to Natural News, Forbes.com contributing writer Jon Entine, long known as a biotech shill and pesticide apologist, committed physical violence against his wife and psychologically traumatized his own daughter, according to court documents now revealed in a comprehensive, … 433 more words

Equine Film Festival Makes Harlem Debut

A film festival that originated near Chicago will makes its New York City debut at The MIST in Harlem this weekend.

Founded by horsewoman Lisa Diersen, the… 127 more words


Smart is the New Locked: The Copyright Office Prepares to Rule on the Future of Everything

Software is no longer limited to computers, tablets, and phones. Everyday objects from sneakers to refrigerators contain software, which often allow our apparel and appliances to communicate with mobile devices, the internet, and each other. 710 more words

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14 Things Successful People Do On Weekends

Original article derived from forbes.com

How often have you heard from financial enhancement books, magazines or speakers that success comes from emulating the lifestyle of already successful people. 1,002 more words


10 Ways To Become Better At Your Job Today

Original article adapted from forbes.com

With a still-tepid recovery and stagnating wages, many of us have a tough time feeling inspired to extend any extra effort at work . 789 more words


The top 10 youngest Billionaires in the world

Forbes.com’s youngest billionaires in the world,

Do any of the below names surprise you?

No longer the world’s youngest billionaire, Dustin Moskovitz will turn 30 this year. 893 more words