Tuesday, April 2, 2013
change blindsided even alternative media insiders
Overall about half each say it's very or somewhat difficult, according to the Pew survey, which had a margin of error of 2.The question that worries Shackelford is whether another news outlet will “speak truth to power” in the way the Boston Phoenix, which started as Boston After Dark, did for 47 years.Orlean, too, was “reeling,” saying she received her “education as a writer” at the Phoenix when she worked there in the 1980s. * Related * Woodstock Institute finds gender bias in joint home loan, refinancing approvals Why you may want to put man's name first on mortgage application * Facebook's Sandberg says men need to mentor women more * Confusing career advice for women Op-Ed: Sandberg's "Lean In" offers confusing career advice for women * Number of working women far below aspirations -- KatamineAds by Google"It really came down to a financial decision," said Shah, 44, who lives in Maryland just outside Washington. Moments later, nearby local police opened fire on a pickup truck driven by a surfer heading to the beach."Lead researcher Kim Parker cited the 2007-2009 recession as the likely factor behind the findings, adding that fewer women said they wanted to work full time before the downturn. While Honey Boo Boo and the Housewives still reign as queens of the small screen, Joe Biden will now offer a glimpse into his own world in Washington.”Shackelford said that despite the loss of a “storied brand” like the Boston Phoenix, the alternative news industry remains healthy.The question that worries Shackelford is whether another news outlet will “speak truth to power” in the way the Boston Phoenix, which started as Boston After Dark, did for 47 years.News of the Phoenix’s closure only six months after the format change blindsided even alternative media insiders.Host: after listen carefully again, we confirm that, like YanSong puts it, he's talking about the policy. You have us Beliebers.The uproar stirred by the female executives opened wounds about privilege, choice and class divide. One woman who did that, former Lehman Brothers chief financial officer Erin Callan, lamented in the New York Times on Sunday never having taken the time to have children.News of the Phoenix’s closure only six months after the format change blindsided even alternative media insiders.