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  • We Can Do Better On Winter Weather Accessibility

    “Our life comes to a total standstill in times like this — a total standstill.”

    “When it’s all snow, I can’t even tell if I’m in a yard or the middle of a street … You never know if you will slide into the street and get hit by a car.”

    “I pretty much avoid rolling anywhere in the winter … It is a weird kind of prison for read »

    Andrew Pulrang , Contributor
  • Philadelphia 76ers Need to Fix Late-Game Execution Woes

    When Jimmy Butler left the Philadelphia 76ers in free agency this offseason, it raised the question of who the Sixers could trust with the ball in his hands in clutch situations.

    One-quarter of the way through the 2019-20 NBA season, they aren’t much closer to figuring out an answer to that quandary.

    The Sixers have read »

    Bryan Toporek , Contributor
  • Best Places To Eat And Visit In New York City This Winter

    If you’re wondering what to get into this winter, look no further than a visit to one of the best cities on earth. New York City comes alive during the holiday season, so to best navigate the overwhelming lodging, food, and fitness options, here are a few recommended stops to make in Brooklyn and midtown Manhattan:

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    Adrienne Jordan , Contributor
  • How Toys R Us, Camp, and Playseum Will Alter Toy Retailing

    As the internet has separated shopping from buying, it has turned traditional retailing on its head. Retailers that have gotten the message are beginning to think differently about “the goods” attempting to turn stores from a place of mere storing into ones of exploring. The toy industry finds itself at the forefront of this read »

    Sanford Stein , Contributor
  • BTS Were The Top-Grossing Touring Group Of 2019

    As if they hadn’t already broken enough records in 2019, BTS can now take a bow as the top-grossing touring group of 2019, according to Billboard‘s year-end Boxscore charts.

    The South Korean pop septet grossed over $196 million and played to more than 1.6 million people across 42 shows in the chart period ranging from Nov. 1, read »

    Bryan Rolli , Contributor
  • San Diego Padres Eye Playoff Run With Trade For Tommy Pham

    Depending on your perspective, the San Diego Padres are either a team ready to blossom into a perennial contender, or a struggling squad that couldn’t even fight their way up to the National League’s crowded middle class. After making a big signing each of the last two offseasons, and a number of top prospects getting their first taste read »

    Owen Poindexter , Contributor
  • Cocktail Innovations, Part II

    Tony Abou-Ganim, the Las Vegas-based Modern Mixologist, has been behind the stick for decades. He created the amazing cocktail program at the Bellagio in Las Vegas when it opened in 1998 and previously worked at San Francisco bar stalwart Harry Denton’s Starlight Room.

    He has published a number of books, including The Modern read »

    Liza B. Zimmerman , Contributor
  • What Venture Capitalists (VCs) See For 2020

    With the underperformance of IPOs like Uber and Lyft as well as the epic implosion of WeWork, the venture capital market has softened a bit. But then again, this year should still be quite robust—with over $100 billion in investments across more than 10,000 deals, according to estimates from PitchBook.

    So then what can we read »

    Tom Taulli , Contributor
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