A 12-year veteran of Goldman Sachs wrote a scathing editorial for the New York Times about his resignation from the finance giant, in which he blasts the company for putting client interests secondary to profits. In other news, Darth Vader announced he is leaving the Empire.
With Mike Wallis directing, writing, and producing and Inge Rademeyer as star and fellow producer, Good for Nothing takes advantage of its much-vaunted New Zealand locales for some Sergio Leone/John Ford impact, and throws in some impertinent, Kiwi attitude for kicks.
Events change, stars come and go. We live in a world littered with pompous plutocrats, but the nuttier, inexplicable aspects of pop culture and star power, remain. That's good news for the sassy, high-energy Newsical, which could run for years.
During a long career of hurling insults, Rush Limbaugh has apologized only a handful of times. Yet perhaps his true legacy will lie in his illumination of the many ways to say you're sorry when you're not.
Few people are as good at being black as Baratunde Thurston. He's so good at it in fact, he decided to write a book on the subject. His book, "How to be Black," has quickly rose to the New York Times Bestsellers list and explores the subject using satire.