The Week Old Hollywood Finally Actually Died

For decades, the best thing about being a Hollywood executive, really, was how you got fired. Studio executives would be gradually, gently, even lovingly, nudged aside, given months to shape their…

The Virus Turns Midtown Into a Ghost Town Causing an Economic Crisis

Editors and account managers at the Time & Life Building in Midtown Manhattan could once walk out through the modernist lobby and into a thriving ecosystem that existed in support of the offices…

The Sad Sacklers Are Back In the News

There is a concern, as expressed in this OP-ED article in the NY Times, that the villainous Sackler family who owns Purdue Pharma, maker of the OxyCotin pain-killer that was responsible for the…

Lionhearted Girl Bikes Dad Across India Inspiring a Nation

The purpose of this blog is to explore real-life events that prove the truth of…

Boeing’s Problems Predate the Virus. Should the U.S. Come to Its Rescue?

So Boeing, which was $380/share when we started writing about the fraud-ridden,…

The World of Books Braces for a Newly Ominous Future

In these isolated times, many people are inside reading, but the book business,…

Ex Priest in France Is Convicted of Abusing Dozens of Scouts

So the Catholic Church in France is now absorbing blows of compensation for…

Coronavirus Swamps Local Health Departments

Many state and municipal health departments saw budget and staffing cuts a…

Weinstein Sentencing Note

So in the end, Harvey Weinstein did indeed get what was coming to him and the…