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A Vivacious Celebration of Steve Reich, a Maverick Turned Music Hero

New York Times - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Brad Lubman leading Ensemble Signal and members of the JACK Quartet in a performance of Steve Reich's music on Tuesday at the Appel Room as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.

The disappearing soldier

Courier Mail - ‎12 hours ago‎
On the LinkedIn page, he specified that he'd served in Afghanistan alongside soldiers from the US Army's 10th Mountain Division, based out of Fort Drum, New York, three hours west of Saranac Lake. And he noted that he was the battle captain on duty ...
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New Kindle Singles Classics provide timeless articles, stories, and essays for 99 cents

Android Police - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
“Some writing is meant just for the moment, but much of it—the best of it—is worth reading and rereading,” said New York Times best-selling author Susan Orlean. “Singles Classics finally gives us a way to enjoy those timeless pieces. As a reader, I'm ...

Maverick women writers are upending the book industry and selling millions in the process

Quartz - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
According to the author, Damaged shot to No. 6 in Amazon's Kindle store within a few days and held the No. 1 spot for several weeks.

Pre-Order Gray Matter Splatter, a new military thriller by Jack Murphy

SOFREP (press release) (subscription) - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
My latest military thriller is now available for pre-order on Amazon, with a release date set for August 24th. I spent the last two years researching and writing the fourth novel in the Deckard series and I'm super excited to be able to finally get it ...

10 Self-Publishing Trends to Watch

Publishers Weekly - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Indie authors are taking market share: Every week, indie e-books top retailer bestseller lists, and hit the USA Today and New York Times lists. Indies will continue gaining digital market share as they pioneer tomorrow's best practices for pricing ...

Adelaide's disappearing soldier

The Advertiser - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
On the LinkedIn page, he specified that he'd served in Afghanistan alongside soldiers from the US Army's 10th Mountain Division, based out of Fort Drum, New York, three hours west of Saranac Lake. And he noted that he was the battle captain on duty ...

The Best Fast Food, Picked by the World's Top Chefs

Bloomberg - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
"I've had their burgers a few times and I like them. They make me happy. And the guys ... Danny Meyer (Gramercy Tavern, New York): Popeyes , a U.S. chain serving Louisiana fried chicken, and Chipotle, a Mexican grill that has expanded internationally ...

Be Your Own Tesla

New York Times - ‎Jul 14, 2016‎
Because let's be frank: After decades of walking through New York, is there anything you haven't seen? Isn't your time better spent on your phone stalking ... There is no need to have to break away from my phone for that ultimate urban time waster ...

Three Approaches to Thriller Writing

Wall Street Journal - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
Megan Abbott is a crime-fiction scholar. Before she took up writing, Ms. Abbott was going to be an English professor. She earned her PhD at New York University, writing her dissertation on masculinity in hardboiled fiction and film noir. “My argument ...
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How Trump's Cleveland reality show body-slammed America

Philly.com (blog) - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The last 13 months has all been about one thing and one thing only: The massive yet fragile ego of Mr. Trump, who told the New York Times that his takeaway from the convention was “[t]he fact that I'm very well-liked.” The city of Cleveland did a ...

Civil Rights Office Issues Ransomware Guidance

TechNewsWorld - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Ambulatory Surgery Center at St. Mary's is alerting some 13,000 patients their personal information is at risk from a data breach discovered June 1, reports Bucks County Courier Times in Pennsylvania. July 12. European Commission approves "Privacy ...

Demons of racist past still haunt us

Examiner Enterprise - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
According to a New York Times/CBS News poll conducted in the aftermath of widely publicized police shootings and the attacks on Dallas police officers, 60 percent of Americans believe race relations are growing worse.

Would You Spend $120000 to Play Poker With Jonah Hill?

Bloomberg - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Lot 63, for instance, is a watercolor by Camille Henrot, a young French artist who in 2014 had a solo show at New York's New Museum, and whose art filled the Nordic Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale. Henrot's work has appeared at auction just four ...

Kindle launches Singles Classics — for hard-to-find and long-lost articles and stories written by iconic authors

EPR Retail News (press release) - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
“Some writing is meant just for the moment, but much of it—the best of it—is worth reading and rereading,” said New York Times best-selling author Susan Orlean. “Singles Classics finally gives us a way to enjoy those timeless pieces. As a reader, I'm ...
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Gagosian Gallery to Pay $4.28 Million in Tax Settlement

Bloomberg - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
The attorney general said that for at least a decade Pre-War Art Inc., a California affiliate of the gallery, sold and shipped almost $40 million of art to customers in New York without collecting or remitting state and local sales taxes. The office ...
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How The Washington Post grew digital subscriptions 145 percent

Digiday - ‎Jul 11, 2016‎
Last year, it made a big show of surpassing The New York Times in traffic, with multiplatform uniques now at 63 million, up 32 percent year over year, according to comScore.
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'Paranoid style' is height of fashion in Cleveland

Philly.com (blog) - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
an echo of her new political hero. Morrison was holding an adorable and tiny squirming black-and-white dog as she spoke. Others carried things with less bark and more potential bite.

Talking All Things Food With Chef Sara Moulton

Seven Days - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
Here's what I feel hopeful about: Everybody thought books would go out of print when the Kindle showed up. But libraries and bookstores are having a resurgence.
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Demons of our racist past still haunt us

Montgomery Advertiser - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
According to a New York Times/CBS News poll conducted in the aftermath of widely publicized police shootings and the attacks on Dallas police officers, 60 percent of Americans believe race relations are growing worse.
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