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Winter Skin Maintenance Myths Exposed By Top Beauty Expert – Saloni Special – Part 1

Winter Skin Care Myths:

In winters one of the big issues arise and become extremely challenging for many females is the dull gloomy looking skin. The skin becomes so rough and dull as it simply loses its softness and radiance especially when colder weather begins. 312 more words

Beauty Advise

Six Degrees of Aggregation

Six Degrees of Aggregation

by Michael Shapiro, Columbia Journalism Review, 2012

This is the story of how Huffington Post came together and grew, and it’s more interesting and anomalistic than I’d expected.  34 more words

4/2 Chicago Department of Comedy

Rob Haynes and Paulina Combow will be on this weekly showcase in Chicago, Wednesday, April 2, 2014.  

More info to come!

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Live Jazz: Herb Alpert and Lani Hall at Vibrato Grill Jazz...etc.

By Don Heckman

Bel Air, CA. It was another rare performance to remember Tuesday night at Vibrato Grill Jazz…etc. On stage, veteran jazz trumpeter, band leader and club owner Herb Alpert and his wife, singer Lani Hall, were backed by their fine rhythm team: pianist/keyboardist Bill Cantos, bassist Hussain Jiffry and drummer Michael Shapiro. 429 more words

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The Big Roundtable Rethinks The Editorial Model For Long-Form Journalism, Hits Its Kickstarter Goal

Michael Shapiro isn’t the sort of person I’d expect to circumvent the gatekeepers of traditional journalism. He’s a professor at the Columbia School of Journalism, and he said he’s been published in The New Yorker, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine, and Sports Illustrated — in other words, he seems to be on pretty good terms with those gatekeepers. 724 more words


Darwin's pigeons

by Greg Mayer

In today’s Science Times, Carl Zimmer has a nice article on Darwin’s favorite birds, pigeons. “Whoa”, you say, “Pigeons? Don’t you mean… 366 more words


Departing Columbia J School Dean Nick Lemann is Looking Forward to Some Time Off

Columbia Journalism School Dean Nicholas Lemann announced he is leaving his post via email this morning. Deanships come in five year increments. Mr. Lemann is stepping down after his second term. 316 more words

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