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This American Fight (Fast Company)

Some feel that this attitude—that the primary way NPR should serve its listeners is by supporting its member stations—keeps it from leading and innovating in the digital audio space. Shouldn’t it be focusing instead on its audience, wherever works best? “The most uncharitable way to read this is to call this a hostage situation,” said […]

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One goes to the Armory Show’s opening-night party at MoMA, it seems, mostly just because it’s there (Politico NY)

Adam, a finance professional who declined to provide his last name, was taking pictures of his date in front of a Keith Haring mural on paper. He was in a dress shirt and slacks, she in a dress whose tightness rendered it accidentally translucent. “I like the MoMA,” Adam explained, “so if there’s ever a […]

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Pot’s Not Legal in Canada Yet – So Why Are Dispensaries Selling it? (Rolling Stone)

On a recent afternoon, a polite young woman who answered the phone at one Toronto dispensary told Rolling Stonethat no prescription was needed to come in and purchase marijuana. When asked if this was legal, she gave a long, regretful “No,” before explaining that shops like hers were “peacefully breaking the law.” When asked if she […]

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Inside ‘Star Trek Discovery’: The Franchise’s Answer to the Trump Era (Rolling Stone)

The Trump phenomenon was “front and center in our minds,” Harberts admits when talking about the post-Fuller production process. “We felt like it would be interesting to really look at what’s going on in the United States.” He mentions that among the show’s antagonists are an ultra-religious and violent Klingon faction whose rallying cry – […]

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