New York City is home to some of the most renowned cultural institutions in the world, and starting this week, The New York Public Library is making it even easier for New Yorkers to enjoy these remarkable destinations with Culture Pass , a service that allows library cardholders to visit cultural institutions throughout the city … Continue reading Push: Visit NYC’s best cultural institutions for free with a library card
At least 414 high-profile executives and employees across fields and industries have been outed by the #MeToo Movement in 18 months, according to data collected by a New York-based crisis consulting firm. via #MeToo snares over 400 high-profile execs
“While LGBTQ-inclusive corporate policies are becoming the norm, LGBTQ workers too often face a climate of bias in their workplace,” Deena Fidas, director of HRC’s Workplace Equality Program, said in a statement. via Half of LGBT workers stay closeted, unmoved by diversity efforts
Under the Common Law, silence doesn’t consitute acceptance, in particular in contractual events. As such, why there is default judgment in civil summons?
Friday 6.29.18Our hearts are broken for our journalism colleagues in Maryland. Newsrooms are like families. They did what we do: work tirelessly to hold their leaders accountable, to chronicle their communities and, often, to deliver a bit of delight in a complicated world. We honor their legacy. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to … Continue reading Repost: CNN is Heart Broking
ImagePresident Trump’s promotion of elaborate, unproven theories appears to be having a distinct effect.CreditEric Thayer for The New York TimesBy Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Maggie Haberman May 28, 2018 WASHINGTON — As a candidate, Donald J. Trump claimed that the United States government had known in advance about the Sept. 11 attacks. He hinted that … Continue reading [Reblog] The New York Times: NEWS ANALYSIS With ‘Spygate,’ Trump Shows How He Uses Conspiracy Theories to Erode Trust
In one study of seriously ill older Canadians, 28 per cent of participants wanted “comfort care” (meaning no curative treatments) but this was documented in only four per cent of their charts. (Shutterstock)Poor communication is compromising care for the dyingApril 19, 2018 9.14am AESTJohn YouResearch shows that up to 70 per cent of seriously ill, hospitalized … Continue reading The CONVERSATION: How Do You Want to Die (adapted)