Monthly Archives: July 2012

Herb Ritts: L.A. Style

Herb Ritts nudes are glory-that-was-Greece spectacular. The exhibit at the Getty is a must see for photography lovers and those who want to understand the 80s and 90s. Continue reading

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The Dark Night Rises

I was a huge fan of The Dark Knight and looked forward to The Dark Knight Rises. Others, more eloquent than I have begun to speak about the killings in Aurora. I can only add my prayers. I also hope  meaningful limits … Continue reading

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LIBOR have you down?

Not to fret. You’re not the only one. If you’re wondering why the LIBOR rigging scandal is so bad, consider this. You don’t need  a degree in finance or accounting to understand that the Royal Bank of Scotland is paying … Continue reading

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2X as good, 1/2 as Far

In “Africa’s Richest Man,” (June 23, 2012) The Economist notes that “Aliko Dangote deals in everything from cement and sugar to pasta and prayer mats.” Another example of people needing to seriously get their hustle on by doing what they had … Continue reading

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Cinema Verite

At what point are works of academic interest but no longer artistically vibrant? Continue reading

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