The Health Care Decision, Explained in 1 Paragraph →
theatlantic: (via SCOTUSblog)
Race, Gender, and the Creative Class. →
Race is the source of substantial divides within the creative class. More than eight in ten (80.9 percent) of creative class jobs are held by whites, who make up just 74 percent of the nation’s population. The rest are more or less evenly split among the three remaining racial groups—African Americans (6.8 percent), Hispanics (6.2 percent), and Asians (6.1 percent).
The London Olympics haven’t happened yet. Stop doing commercials talking about them in the past tense!
First music that my daughter has responded to unanimously: Fats Domino. This is very good news.
In New Orleans, High Hopes for the Perfect NBA... →
Travels Beyond The Junction with Reed Foehl →
As I said to a good friend the other day: “We’ll always have Acoustic Junction.” Not sure that Reed agrees.
Here’s to the Heat becoming basketball’s answer to the 1990s Buffalo Bills!
All the Pieces Matter: Ranking the Seasons of 'The... →
Lebron James is bad at winning.
My wife told me that I am not allowed to refer to Lauryn Hill as “Lauryn” or “Ms. Hill.” That I don’t know her and that is uncomfortable.