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TRIBE X – Ep.60

11Nov

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While you may have planned out an agenda for your next team meeting, it’s possible that attendees will bring up unexpected items that need to be addressed in addition to what you had prepared. To be sure nothing gets lost in the shuffle, have processes in place to document exactly what was covered, and who will be the designated person to follow up on those items.   A

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Screenshot: Freelance Entrepreneur The daily life of the freelance entrepreneur can be really filled with lots of irregularities and uncertainties but most of us would rather be self employed than have a 9-5 job and work for someone else. But just because we’ve decided to leave the corporate life doesn’t mean we freelancers can’t borrow best business practices from the corporate world

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Trick Or Tweet

31Oct

October drapes gauzy cobwebs, witches’ broomsticks through well-groomed trees. Pumpkin lanterns bob along fencetops.

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Making Overwork History in Japan

25Oct

It is not a new problem. Death from overwork has been publicly discussed for decades in Japan. Yet the recent suicide of a woman in Tokyo to escape the ravages of overwork at Dentsu has come to represent how endemic the issue has become for many who seek a better life in Japan.

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Aisle View: Life Harvest

25Oct

Lincoln Center Theater and Playwrights Horizons, two of New York’s prime non-profits with well-earned reputations for quality plus numerous award-winners between them, both have intimate houses upstairs with small-for-off-Broadway capacities (under 130 seats). The Claire Tow (LCT3) and Peter Jay Sharp (PH) Theaters are often used for adventurous-but-chancy fare, with successful productions subsequently transferred to the mainstage or simply skipping to Broadway. Since both organizations have chosen to open their newest offerings tonight, we have no option but to place them in the very same review.

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Broadway diva is one name for Christine Ebersole, and at her sublime performance in the intimacy of the Café Carlyle, call her “working mom.” Her medley of “Inchworm,” “Autumn Leaves,” “(Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair” suggests a big-hearted view of love that could embrace children. She has three, adopted, and now finds herself an empty nester.

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CAT AND DOG – Ep.55

13Oct

Updated every Thursday Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc.

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(Reuters) – A man was shot and killed by police in Philadelphia on Wednesday after he stabbed two children, including his son, and assaulted his teenage daughter and two other women, police said. The man, whose identity was not released, stabbed and slashed the throat of his 8-year-old son and also stabbed the boy’s 13-year-old friend, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said in a news conference aired on an ABC affiliate. He also assaulted his 15-year-old daughter.

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By Katie for DivorcedMoms.com I have spent time dating during the first year post-divorce.

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LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Tom Hanks’ “Sully” has taken off with a stellar $35.5 million at 3,525 North American locations, marking a solid start to the fall box office season. Directed by Clint Eastwood, “Sully” handily outperformed recent expectations, which had been in the $25 million range. The action-adventure, which recreates 2009’s “Miracle on the Hudson” emergency landing, generated an A CinemaScore in a strong signal that “Sully” should continue to draw well in coming weeks.

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For the past few weeks, national nightly news broadcasts have been leading with weather stories. California and Florida have been burning out of control, a tornado two miles in diameter wiped one Kansas town off the face of the map, and agrarian Missouri has been flooding. Fires and tornadoes, although extraordinarily dangerous and deadly, move fast and decisively, cutting a swath through all natural and manmade objects with reckless abandon

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Donald Trump’s crime-fighting super cop from Chicago does exist after all! Well, at least in Stephen Colbert’s mind. “ The Late Show ” host conducted a hilarious spoof interview  Friday with a man he said was the senior officer who last month told Trump he could stop the city’s crime in just one week.

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Seth Meyers took a hilarious look at how the presidential candidates are preparing for the upcoming debates on Monday.

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I am having a hard time with the fact that my daughter is leaving very soon for college. She is my first and I feel like my heart is breaking. I can’t stand the idea that she is growing up and away.  More..

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Things can get frustrating for startups trying to raise funding. When no angel will invest you might find it impossible to secure any form of small business loan . There are plenty of loan companies out there, but what if they reject you too?

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WASHINGTON ― Amid reports that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump ’s campaign is in a fatal tailspin , his running mate, Mike Pence, defended Trump’s string of gaffes on Sunday and insisted the two could still win. “I couldn’t be more honored to be standing shoulder-to-shoulder with” Trump, Pence told host Chris Wallace on Fox News

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Fascinating live chat yesterday with Martin Köppelmann, an Ethereum development expert and founder of the Gnosis prediction market, which is built atop Ethereum. Can the decisions of millions of strangers predict next week’s weather, or the next Super Bowl champ, or even whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will be spending the next 4 years in the White House.

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Police are investigating whether a teenage tennis player was poisoned at Wimbledon .

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Paradigm Shifters is a series of interviews with a select group of women and men from eclectic walks of life. It will highlight unspoken, real-life insights on how they have been able to turn weakness into strength. A naked soul point of view of how their breakdowns were really a preparation for breakthroughs

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Slumming

10Ago

Slumming obviously derives from the word slum, which refers to a form of beaten down housing usually occupied by those of modest means.

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(Photo: Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images) More…

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Once upon a time,  Amy Schumer  dated a guy who turned out to be gay.  So goes a recently released excerpt from the comedian’s upcoming book Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo  featuring personal and observational stories from Schumer’s presumably eventful 35 years on planet Earth.  More…

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Donald Trump Plays Chess With Death

03Ago

Remember the famous scene in Bergman’s The Seventh Seal in which the Knight (Max von Sydow) plays chess with death (Bengt Ekerot). You may remember that Woody Allen turned it to comic advantage in a famous New Yorker piece called “Death Knocks.” But imagine Donald Trump as the Knight and Vladimir Putin, Death. Of course, the piece Trump would be willing to sacrifice is The Crimea ( “Trump to consider recognizing Russian Control of Crimea,” USA Today , 7/31/16)

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Wouldn’t you agree that the losing litigant in a trial rife with falsities and error — from an imposter judge to undeniable anti-Semitism — deserves an appeal? U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg does

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Play with Bernie Sanders and you risk getting berned. When Donald Trump tweeted insults at the Independent Senator from Vermont during his Democratic National Convention speech Monday, his social media team responded in style. More…

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Sunday that he would consider pulling the United States out of the World Trade Organization should he end up winning the election. The comments, made to NBC’s “Meet the Press,” are the latest in a series of Trump threats to pull the U.S. away from international institutions and compacts

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Lost and Found

21Jul

The Jadeed Voices Initiative is a special project by the Muslim Writers Collective which offers a platform to reflect on our faith and the diversity among us by highlighting the exigency of promoting nuanced, multifaceted perspectives. We will be sharing one narrative a day from July 8-22

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4 Obstacles on the Way to a Circular Economy

15Jul

By Vishal Agrawal, Atalay Atasu, Luk Van Wassenhove The concept of circular economy is a grand, sweeping vision, which we hope will lead to better business models and environmental outcomes. Following promising reports by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) and the adoption of an EU Action Plan for the Circular Economy , the topic has moved front and center of the sustainability dialogue

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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said Thursday he’ll vote for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump , but still doesn’t trust him with America’s nuclear arsenal.  “I stand by everything I said during the campaign,” Rubio told the Weekly Standard , when asked about a statement he made in February, before he dropped out of the presidential race, that he didn’t want to turn over the U.S

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Between running an empire, raising two kids and and mastering the perfect selfie, Kim Kardashian has a hard time keeping up with herself sometimes, OK?  In a preview clip of this Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kimberly comes to face-to-face with her longtime bestie Jonathan Cheban and (gasp!) his replacement friend he calls when Kim is too busy to hang out. Spoiler alert: the replacement (Kamilla Osman) also happens to be a Kardashian doppelgänger.  More…

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The Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James stepped in front of Steph Curry Wednesday night with less than three minutes remaining in the third and and got his fingertips on a lazily lobbed Golden State Warriors pass. After nearly falling to the ground, James sent the rock ahead to Kyrie Irving, who tossed it near the rim, leading LeBron into the one-handed oop

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A new postal stamp in French Polynesia highlights a mural at the “ONO’U” festival in Tahiti, a first for the multi-island country as well as the French Street Artist SETH and his local Tahitian collaborator, HTJ. Introduced in New York last week at the decennial World Stamp Show, an eight-day stamp extravaganza visited by a quarter of a million people, the new 140 CFP stamp depicts his mural at the 2015 “ONO’U” festival, as shot by photographer Martha Cooper

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Summer time is often when people get serious about getting in shape. Trips to the beach and summer vacations motivate people to look better in public.

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Branding Japan Beyond Hiroshima

07Jun

At last month’s G7 Summit at Ise-Shima, I was in a part of Japan not readily featured in travel brochures. It has no hustle and bustle like global megalopolis Greater Tokyo, with its 35 million that make up over one quarter of Japan’s entire population

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We’re only a few weeks into the presumptive general election, and the wheels are already coming off Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. The Trump team is struggling with internal discord over his overtly racist tirade against a federal judge, MSNBC’s Katy Tur and Benjy Sarlin reported Monday. Trump has repeatedly accused the judge, who was born in Indiana, of bias against him due to the judge’s Mexican heritage

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It's always fun on days when Janet speaks . More..

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This election cycle has been heavy on rhetoric and light on policy. Given that nearly 50% of Americans consider themselves angrier than a year ago – with white Republicans being the angriest – it’s no wonder that rather than having substantive discussions, most solutions being offered currently are knee jerk reactions that have little to no factual support. A prime example of this are the changes many conservatives endorse for “fixing” public education

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When the United Nations convenes this week for its High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, the corridors will be buzzing with talk of “the end of AIDS.” UNAIDS tells us that it will happen provided key testing and treatment targets, including doubling the number of people on antiretroviral treatment, are achieved within four years. UNAIDS and major funders have determined that a “fast-track” strategy–focusing on a subset of countries with highest transmission–is the best way to reach these goals

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Footage of Muhammad Ali from the 2009 documentary ” Soul Power ” captures intimate moments when the legendary boxer expressed his pride in Africa while visiting Zaire in 1974. Ali was in Kinshasa, the capital of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, weeks ahead of a heavyweight world championship fight with George Foreman — an encounter famously nicknamed the “Rumble in the Jungle.” More…

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The following article first appeared in The National Book Review : From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America by Elizabeth Hinton More…

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Alabama Redux

04Jun

Old times there are not forgotten. .

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Any bartender or bar owner will tell you, the job isn’t always glamorous. The challenges of staying successful go beyond keeping glasses full. While many nights are spent creating, entertaining and hosting guests there is also the task of inventory, management and liability all while keeping morale up, staying focused on business while creating an environment where people want to come, stay and invite their friends

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By Chris de Cruz, Strategy Director, Zenith More…

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Johanne Bélanger was appointed President & CEO of Tourism Toronto in September 2015. She leads Toronto’s Destination Marketing Organization representing and serving over 1,100 Association members and partners.

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Traveling During Pregnancy

01Jun

By Anita Mirchandani Are you planning on traveling during pregnancy?

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In a 336-minute, seven-game series, the Golden State Warriors needed less than 170 seconds in the third quarter to dismantle, dishearten and dispose of the Oklahoma City Thunder, doing what they do best and knocking down five treys in three minutes to earn their second consecutive berth in the NBA Finals with a 96-88 victory Monday night. Of course, it started and ended with Stephen Curry.

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Last week marked a milestone.

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A car plunged off a 200-foot cliff on the Hawaiian island of Maui Sunday afternoon, killing one woman and critically injuring another. The incident occurred at approximately 4:41 p.m.

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In the life cycle of every child star, there comes a moment when they have to distance themselves from the thing that made them famous. Think Hilary Duff and Lizzie McGuire, Miley Cyrus and Hannah Montana or Zac Efron and Troy Bolton, the teen heartthrob of the “High School Musical” franchise.  “I step back and look at myself and I still want to kick that guy’s ass sometimes,” Zac Efron once said , not mincing words. “He’s done some kind of cool things with some cool people, he did that one thing ‘Neighbors’ that was funny, but I mean he’s still just that fucking kid from ‘High School Musical.'” More…

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A 17-year-old western lowland gorilla was shot dead at the Cincinnati Zoo after he snatched up a 4-year-old boy who fell into his enclosure Saturday. The gorilla, named Harambe, dragged the boy around and held him for about 10 minutes, zoo officials said at a press conference. The boy was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries , according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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The editorial board of the Financial Times isn’t exactly stacked with bleeding-hearted environmentalists. Just a month ago, the British paper defended ExxonMobil’s right to question climate change amid legal probes into whether the oil giant covered up evidence of global warming. But in an editorial published  Saturday, the FT urged the oil industry to “face a future of slow and steady decline.” More..

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You can be Donald Trump too

28May

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X-Men: Apocalypse came out this week just as Captain America: Civil War is leaving the theaters, and both share the basic premise that the good gods may come into conflict with each other.

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I Am Having It All!

27May

4:56 a.m.: The alarm is going off.

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Crunching the numbers shows that independents couldn’t have won Bernie Sanders the nomination. Declining trust in political institutions could be driving support for Sanders and Donald Trump. And the “gold standard” of polling isn’t so pristine these days.

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There are numerous live music festivals and venues throughout North Carolina, Virginia and beyond on tap to help you celebrate the official kick off of summer over the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend. Following are a few highlights

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What has CNN or NBC got that you don’t have? Nothing..

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Columbia University Professor Celia Oyler posted online a critique of the 4th grade English-Language Arts PARCC exam written by an anonymous fourth grade teacher. In the critique the teacher quoted from specific questions that were on the test.

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Based on the book by Lewis Carroll, Disney brings us Alice Through the Looking Glass directed by James Bobin and produced by Tim Burton. The story follows Alice who returns to the whimsical world of Wonderland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Clayton P

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Few things are more exciting than arriving at an unknown platform for the first time. Whether it’s Grand Central Station, Roma Termini, or the metro in Moscow, the idea that unknown possibilities are within reach is thrilling

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An Embarrassment of Riches

24May

Embed from Getty Images When Governor Chris Christie famously said, “I don’t consider myself a wealthy man,” the $699,000 earner with a net worth of $3.8 million may be excused for his confusion; he didn’t have this handy calculator to set him straight. The Pew Research Center’s latest tool for determining who’s rich and who’s not brings reality to the fore, but class delusion has a funny way of enduring despite the facts

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Compare this write up about Verizon’s $300 million, 6 year build out of fiber optics in Boston, Massachusetts, with Verizon’s statement that the $300 million was already spent. Boston.com More..

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Donald Trump gets a bump in general elections polls, but there’s reason to doubt that it will stick.

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The vehicle is as classy as the city where I headed to test it out, the 2016 BMW 3 Series 340i, a sporty rendition of a luxury sedan offering comfort, style and power behind the wheel. This year all the 3 Series offerings have been tweaked a bit inside and out with not only suspension improvements, but also a name change from 335i to 340i and under the hood there is more power in the 340i than in the previous incarnation

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