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News organizations use ad campaigns to gain subscribers

The New York Times advertised “The 1619 Project” during the 2020 Oscars.

Seeing advertisements for products is nothing new, so in the information age, it’s likely we will see commercials for knowledge. 319 more words


Im-Politic: Bloomberg in China's Pocket?

Boy! I thought Michael Bloomberg’s business’ dependence on China was worrisome when I first read this early January Financial Times report on the billionaire Democratic presidential candidate’s lucrative conference-holding business in the People’s Republic! 674 more words


Ann Hornaday

The Chief Film Critic of The Washington Post and I talk about Bombshell and the three powerful women actors and riff on the Oscars, Marvel Vs Dc and more.


Five uneasy pieces

Violinist Joshua Bell is currently Music Director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields in London. He was born in 1967 in Bloomington, Indiana. 311 more words

Classical Music

We all hate puppy mills. States are finally taking action.

State Library Ed. Note: If you cannot access this story via the link below, state employees can access this Washington Post story HERE via the State Library’s subscription to the  82 more words

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The 58-Year Mission: "Nobody Does It Better," reviewed for The Washington Post

I was a big fan of Mark A. Altman and Edward Gross’s two-volume Star Trek oral history The Fifty-Year Mission, so I fairly leapt at the chance to review… 47 more words