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The gender bias in Hollywood

Oct 20, 2015
Canada and the TPP, unions on social media, and gender bias in Hollywood.
John Green speaks during a Q&A back in July in Dallas, Texas.

John Green doesn't call himself a writer

Oct 19, 2015
But he's still a best-selling author. And he's keeping his YouTube day job.
Posted In: john green, teenagers, YouTube, authors, writing

Canadians head to the voting booth

Oct 19, 2015
Interest rates, and Canadian elections.
Front row, from left to right: Jerry Schoenfeld, former chairman of the theatrical producing company The Shubert Organization; Bernard Jacobs, former president of The Shubert Organization; and Phillip J. Smith, the current CEO of the company.

'Razzle Dazzle' and why Broadway came back

Oct 16, 2015
A look at how theater on the Great White Way changed Time Square's reputation.
Posted In: Times Square, broadway, New York City
Hangovers at work cost the U.S. billions, according to a new study.

Work hangovers cost billions in productivity

Oct 16, 2015
All your crazy keggers are taking a toll on the economy.
Posted In: Final, hangover, alcohol, work culture

When 'patient-centered' is problematic

Oct 16, 2015
Global warming, gas prices, patient-centered care, and evictions in New York City.

Backyard property values

Oct 15, 2015
Inflation numbers, and the real estate value of a garden.
New moms participate in a group discussion with a counselor from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Women, Infants, and Children program.

Breast-feeding mothers face obstacles at work

Oct 14, 2015
They don't have enough time or enough safe areas to pump breast milk.
Posted In: breastfeeding, mothers, work culture
A still from the video game "The Last of Us," which many have praised for its vocal performances.

A potential strike could silence voice actors

Oct 14, 2015
The union that reps video game performers has authorized a strike, if need be.
Posted In: video game, acting

Netflix goes to the movies

Oct 14, 2015
The latest economic indicators; Netflix's move into films; and fixed-rate mortgages.