In The American Interest, John McWhorter revisits the ragtime music of Scott Joplin
The oldest museum of American art is not in New York. It’s in New Britain, Connecticut.
No degree? No problem as tight labor market changes the game:
Less educated workers are suddenly hot commodities. San Diego-based Get It Done House Buyers, which buys homes to sell at a profit, began hiring salespeople without a Bachelor’s degree eight months ago because of the tight labor market, says CEO Todd Toback. Turns out they’re his best performers. “They’re really, really hungry,” Toback says. Now, instead of reviewing resumes, he says, “We see how people act during interviews.”
London’s Royal Academy of Arts to stage UK’s first survey of Abstract Expressionism in six decades
A closer look at the art of the Dura house church complex, the world’s oldest Christian church
“There’s more to America than your Uncle Bob’s right-wing Facebook circle, and Trump isn’t very well prepared for that.”