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For First Time, TransCanada Says Tar Sands Flowing to Gulf in Keystone XL South

Steve Horn | Posted 05.05.2014 | Green
Steve Horn

Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlogTransCanada admitted for the first time that tar sands oil is now flowing through Keystone XL's southern leg, now reb...

Leaving the Internet Will Not Make You a Better Person. Neither Will Anything Else.

Michael Hobbes | Posted 07.08.2013 | Technology
Michael Hobbes

Even the most profound changes in your external circumstances will only result in short-term changes before you adjust and invite the old you to return.

'The Verge' Editor Leaves The Internet For An Entire Year (And Now Is Back To Dish)

The Verge | Paul Miller | Posted 07.02.2013 | Healthy Living

I was wrong. One year ago I left the internet. I thought it was making me unproductive. I thought it lacked meaning. I thought it was "corrupting m...

Interview with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Limor Tomer

Kalup Linzy | Posted 11.23.2012 | Arts
Kalup Linzy

Today I am sharing with you an interview with the general manager of concerts and lectures at the Met.

PHOTOS: What Do You Think Of Muni's New Look?

Aaron Sankin | Posted 06.17.2012 | San Francisco

Given how SF Weekly recently reported about Muni's urgent need to get its house in order, San Francisco's beleaguered transit agency really shouldn't ...

How Long Could You Go WIthout The Internet?

The Huffington Post | Tara Kelly | Posted 01.07.2013 | Technology

Foregoing the Internet is the ultimate challenge for today's social media addicts. But now, one blogger is attempting to do just that. Verge tech ...

ART MASH-UP: Resampling Jean Cocteau at the Guggenheim

Spread ArtCulture | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Spread ArtCulture

By Kisa Lala "Portrait of Jean Cocteau by Irving Penn" As part of the Guggenheim's "Chaos and Classicism" exhibition, curator Charles Fabius had or...

Jean Cocteau Goes Multimedia at the Guggenheim

Charles Fabius | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Charles Fabius

Today's music video industry would probably not exist if Jean Cocteau had not paved the way with his film The Blood of a Poet, one of the fascinating works currently on show at the Guggenheim Museum.