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Generation Canceled By HBO Max After Just One Season

Why can't we have nice things? Or at the very least, why can't they last longer? Earlier this year, we got a very nice thing in the form of the new HBO Max series "Generation" (stylized "Genera+ion"), an ensemble story about a group of high schoolers learning about life, love, and family in a conservative California community. For a grand total of 16 episodes (delivered in two eight-episode batches), "Generation" was pure, ambitious, chaotic fun. But now its time to bid the show an early goodbye...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, California, Jennifer Aniston, Manhattan, Michigan, Smith, Zelda, Steven Spielberg, Daniel, Ben, Riley, Schlesinger, Tyler


What is the 80/20 rule? Understanding the economic meaning of the Pareto Principle

The 8/20 rule is also called the Pareto Principle or the "law of the vital few." MoMo Productions/Getty Images The 80/20 rule, also known as the Pareto Principle, finds that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes for any given situation. The 80/20 rule can apply to a wide range of fields, but is most commonly used in business and economics. Professionals advise against using the 80/20 rule to guide investing because it can distract from specific long-term goals. Visit Business Ins...
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2021 RFK Journalism Awards are now accepting submissions for editorial cartoons

We invite you to submit your work published or broadcast in 2020. The deadline for all submissions is February 1, 2021. Robert F. Kennedy Book Award The Robert F. Kennedy Book ...
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5 tips to help you land an internship during the COVID-19 pandemic

Even though unemployment has reached a record high due to business closures and social distancing measures brought about by the new coronavirus, you can still snag an internship if you know how to adapt and get creative. That advice comes from Jon Schlesinger, director of the career center at Brandeis University and also a lecturer in a course designed to get students to think critically about the industry in which they intern. Here, Schlesinger offers five tips for students who are searching fo...
Tags: Startups, Tech, Schlesinger, Brandeis University, Syndication, Growth Quarters, Jon Schlesinger


Gévelot Caps.

I’ve been dipping my toes into Sasha Sokolov‘s famously difficult 1980 novel Между собакой и волком, sometimes called the Russian Finnegans Wake; long thought untranslatable, it was finally rendered into English as Between Dog and Wolf by Alexander Boguslawski and published by Columbia University Press in 2017. I normally don’t bother with translations, since it usually turns out that if the Russian is too difficult for me it defeats the translators too, but in this case I’m grateful for all th...
Tags: Google, Uncategorized, Linguistics, Sherlock Holmes, Hunter, Wolf, Schlesinger, Sokolov, Columbia University Press, Sasha Sokolov, Alexander Boguslawski, Boguslawski, Monsieur Gévelot, Gévelot, Joseph Marin Gévelot


New Adam Schlesinger tribute album features covers by Rachel Bloom, Charly Bliss, Sarah Silverman, Nada Surf, and many many more

Adam Schlesinger has long been a songwriting hero of mine, and I was absolutely heartbroken when I learned that he had passed away from COVID-19 complications in early April. He was someone who genuinely elevated the craft of pop songwriting to an artform, without precious or self-important about it. Now, friends of Schlesinger from across the spectrum of his work — from rock music to Broadway to movies and TV — have come together to put a 31-song tribute album, covering his whole discography: A...
Tags: Post, Music, News, Broadway, Naacp, Sarah Silverman, Rachel Bloom, Wayne, Stacy, Cleo, Schlesinger, Josie, Adam Schlesinger, Charly Bliss, Fountains Of Wayne, Kay Hanley


BWW Exclusive: Rachel Bloom Sings 'Stacey's Mom' Tribute to Adam Schlesinger on New Album

A wide array of artists touched by Schlesinger's life pay tribute to the many musical projects of which he was a part via a Bandcamp-exclusive benefit compilation, Saving for a Custom Van. Featured on the album is Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator, executive producer and star Rachel Bloom, who turns Fountains of Wayne's 'Stacy's Mom' into a jazzy cabaret moodpiece. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Rachel Bloom, Stacey, Wayne, Stacy, Schlesinger, Bandcamp, BWW News Desk, Adam Schlesinger


Adam Schlesinger Tribute Album Features Salutes from Rachel Bloom, Sarah Silverman and a Host of Rockers

A tribute album to Adam Schlesinger being released today on Bandcamp includes cover songs by two actors who collaborated with the late songwriter on projects, Rachel Bloom and Sarah Silverman, as well as contemporaries of Schlesinger’s from the rock world like Kay Hanley, Nada Surf and Tanya Donnelly. “Saving for a Custom Van,” which takes […]
Tags: News, Sarah Silverman, Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-girlfriend, Schlesinger, Adam Schlesinger, Tanya Donnelly, Fountains Of Wayne, Rachel Bloom Sarah Silverman, Host of Rockers, Kay Hanley Nada Surf


Stream The New Adam Schlesinger Tribute Album Featuring Ted Leo, Jeff Rosenstock, Charly Bliss, & More

Back in April, Adam Schlesinger, co-leader of Fountains Of Wayne and prodigious songwriter in just about every capacity imaginable, died of COVID-19 at the young age of 52. Since Schlesinger's death, Schlesinger's peers and admirers have been attempting to grapple with both the loss and with the enormity of Schlesinger's talent. With Fountains … More »
Tags: Music, Sarah Silverman, Rachel Bloom, Sad13, Wayne, Schlesinger, Jeff Rosenstock, Ted Leo, Ben Lee, Adam Schlesinger, Tanya Donnelly, Gail Greenwood, Nada Surf, Lisa Prank, Potty Mouth, Charly Bliss


Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards at 4PM today!

I was one of the judges for the editorial cartoon division. Usually these are held in person, and are inspiring, moving, disturbing and well-worth attending - Mike   ...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, Abc, United States, Robert, Robert Kennedy, Schlesinger, Robert F Kennedy, Mike Rhode, Dennis Haysbert, Mortimer B Zuckerman, Arthur M Schlesinger Jr, Kerry Kennedy, Michael Beschloss, Mike Please, Washington Post National Public Radio CBS


‘Not Just for Gays’: The Year the Tonys Dared to Go There

How Adam Schlesinger and his writing partner created what may be the most outrageous opening number the broadcast has ever seen.
Tags: News, David, Theater, HARRIS, CBS Corporation, Schlesinger, Adam, Adam Schlesinger, Tony Awards (Theater Awards, Neil Patrick, Javerbaum, It's Not Just for Gays Anymore (Song


‘There’s Only One Bill To Prioritize — Everything Else Is Negotiable’: CBS Analyst Explains How To Navigate Outstanding Balances On Limited Funds

(CBSNewYork) — Unemployment continues to rise, even as parts of the country take steps toward reopening. April’s unemployment rate more than tripled to 14.7 percent, the worst rise on record. The first week of May saw almost 3 million more new unemployment claims, bringing the coronavirus pandemic total to 36 million. The actual effect on the job market is likely far worse than the reported statistics. Losing a job, and the income that comes with it, can quickly change the financial standing of ...
Tags: Business, News, Cbs News, Bills, Unemployment, Cbs, Schlesinger, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Consumer, Jill Schlesinger, Norm Elrod, CFPB Schlesinger


Coronavirus Unemployment: Where Are California’s Paycheck Protection Loans?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Why are California small businesses getting fewer paycheck protection loans per eligible business payrolls than any other state? That’s what many want to know as we near the end of the second round of funding for the program. Like many California small business owners, John Richards was turned away when he initially applied for a paycheck protection loan during the first round of funding. “She suggested we look at other banks,” Richards said after speaking with his banking l...
Tags: News, California, Cbs News, Local, California News, Sacramento, Treasury, John, Dianne Feinstein, Kamala Harris, Bloomberg News, Richards, Schlesinger, SBA, U S Small Business Administration, Newsom


Round Two Paycheck Protection Program Loans: Will Californians Get Money This Time Around?

(CBS13) — Round two of the Paycheck Protection Program began Monday, with $310 billion available in forgivable small business loans. But the first round of funding ran out in days — and banks were criticized for giving the money to big business instead of mom and pop shops. In early April, John Richards lined up with everyone else hopeful his long-time big bank would process the Paycheck Protection loan he needed to keep his pharmacy afloat. But like most, he left empty-handed. Four big banks, i...
Tags: News, Congress, California, Cbs News, Local, California News, John, PPP, Chris, Ruth, Richards, Schlesinger, SBA, Dakotas, Small Business Administration SBA, Shake Shack


The Advice Tom Hanks Gave That Thing You Do Actors After Showing Up Late

Much of the talk has centered around how incredible the song “That Thing You Do” is and what an absolute treasure Schlesinger was to work with, but some great behind the scenes tidbits have emerged
Tags: Religion, Tom Hanks, Schlesinger


‘That Thing You Do!’ Cast Virtually Reunites Before Tonight’s Livestream Commentary

Tonight will add another livestream commentary to the ongoing pile of quarantined filmmakers and their casts talking about the experience of making a movie. Taika Waititi and the cast of Thor: Ragnarok recently assembled online to discuss the Marvel Studios sequel, Kevin Smith provided a live commentary for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, and now the four main cast members who played The Oneders in That Thing You Do! are assembling for one tonight, April 17. But before the That Thing You Do! reunion...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Interviews, Tom-Hanks, Musical, 20th Century Fox, Jay, Marvel Studios, Kevin Smith, Scott, Wayne, Schlesinger, Taika Waititi, Zahn, Schaech, Ragnarok


‘That Thing You Do’ Watch Party: Cast Reuniting for a Livestream Commentary This Friday

Tom Hanks hosted an unconventional episode of Saturday Night Live this past weekend after recovering from the coronavirus, but there’s even more Hanks-related fun heading your way this week. The cast of That Thing You Do!, Hanks’s feature directorial debut from 1996, is reuniting this Friday, April 17, 2020 to participate in a livestream commentary of the movie. Break out your Captain Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters T-shirts and read on for the details. DETAILS!This Friday April 17th, 7...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Tom Hanks, 20th Century Fox, Wayne, Schlesinger, Liv Tyler, Ebert, Charlize Theron, Hanks, Siskel, Geech, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Steve Zahn


Fountains Of Wayne’s Chris Collingwood Says He Always Regretted “Stacy’s Mom”

Upon his death from coronavirus complications last week, Fountains Of Wayne co-founder Adam Schlesinger was widely praised as a power-pop master. Schlesinger was responsible for a staggering number of great songs, but he's best known for "Stacy's Mom," a novelty hit from 2003's Welcome Interstate Managers that significantly raised … More »
Tags: Music, News, Wayne, Stacy, Schlesinger, Adam Schlesinger, Chris Collingwood, Fountains Of Wayne, Welcome Interstate Managers


Coronavirus: Paid sick days save all of our lives

Adam Schlesinger and his Fountains of Wayne co-writer Chris Collingwood created better, sadder, funnier songs about the angst of lonely women amid the awful blandness of office culture than anyone in American pop music. Their only contemporary rivals at making short-story like workplace scenes within the tiny confines of a tune are the English band Squeeze. For those who are less than fan-boys, the Schlesinger songs you know are the MTV hit “Stacy’s Mom,” who definitely had it going on, and the ...
Tags: Obamacare, Opinion, Uncategorized, Sport, Tom Hanks, Soccer, Mtv, Manhattan, Wayne, Stacy, Schlesinger, KCRW, Larry Wilson, Adam Schlesinger, Southern California News Group, Chris Collingwood


"That Thing You Do."

I'm sorry to say this happened: "Adam Schlesinger, Songwriter for Rock, Film and the Stage, Dies at 52/He made suburban characters shine in Fountains of Wayne songs and brought pop-rock perfection to the Tom Hanks film 'That Thing You Do!'" (NYT).In Fountains of Wayne, which was started in 1995, Mr. Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood perfected a novelistic form of hummable pop-rock in a style derived from the Kinks and from 1970s groups like Big Star and the Cars. They chose northern New Jersey a...
Tags: Music, Law, Tom Hanks, New Jersey, Manhattan, Wayne, Hackensack, Schlesinger, Ann Althouse, Adam Schlesinger, Chris Collingwood, Coronavirus


Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne Co-Founder and Songwriter for ‘That Thing You Do’ and ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,’ Dies of Coronavirus Complications

Adam Schlesinger, the co-founder of rock band Fountains of Wayne and the Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning songwriter of That Thing You Do and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, has died from coronavirus-related complications. He was 52. Adam Schlesinger was hospitalized on Tuesday after contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19) amid the global pandemic. The musician, who in addition to being a Grammy-nominated bassist for the band behind “Stacy’s Mom” earned acclaim for his original music collaborations fo...
Tags: Death, Hollywood, Movies, Cnn, Tom Hanks, Mom, Collingwood, Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-girlfriend, Wayne, Golden Globe, Stacy, Schlesinger, Adam, Josie, Bloom


Emmy-winning musician Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne dies from coronavirus

Schlesinger, known for his work with his band Fountains of Wayne and on the TV show "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," was 51.
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Fountains of Wayne co-founder, Adam Schlesinger, dead of COVID-19

Rolling Stone is reporting that Adam Schlesinger, co-founder of Fountains of Wayne, and a prolific songwriter for film, television, and theater, has died of COVID-10. He was 52-years-old. Schlesinger had one of the most unique and busiest careers in pop. With Fountains of Wayne — a group that blended power-pop delight with indie and alt-rock sensibilities — he released five albums between 1996 and 2011. During the same period, he released six albums with his other group, Ivy, all the while build...
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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Songwriter Adam Schlesinger Dead From Coronavirus At 52

Schlesinger was best known for his work on "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and as a member of Fountains Of Wayne.
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Songwriter For ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Adam Schlesinger Dead From Coronavirus At 52

Schlesinger was best known for his work on "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and as a member of Fountains Of Wayne.
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Adam Schlesinger, songwriter for rock, film and the stage, dies at 52

By BEN SISARIO Adam Schlesinger, a singer-songwriter for the bands Fountains of Wayne and Ivy who had an award-winning second career writing songs for film, theater and television, died Wednesday. He was 52. The cause was complications of the coronavirus, said Josh Grier, his lawyer. In Fountains of Wayne, which was started in 1995, Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood perfected a novelistic form of hummable pop-rock in a style derived equally from the Kinks and 1970s groups like Big Star and the C...
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Adam Schlesinger, Emmy Winner and Fountains of Wayne Cofounder, Dies of Coronavirus Complications

Adam Schlesinger, a musician and songwriter highly regarded for his work as a member of Fountains of Wayne and an Emmy-winning songwriter for TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” has died as a result of coronavirus complications, Variety has confirmed. He was 52. Schlesinger passed away Wednesday morning. He was divorced and is survived by two daughters. He […]
Tags: News, Crazy Ex-girlfriend, Wayne, Schlesinger, Adam Schlesinger, Fountains Of Wayne, Coronavirus, Adam Schlesinger Emmy Winner


Fountains Of Wayne’s Adam Schlesinger Hospitalized With COVID-19

Adam Schlesinger, the longtime Fountains Of Wayne frontman and one-man power-pop factory, has been hospitalized with COVID-19. Billboard reports that Schlesinger has been on a ventilator for more than a week and that he's in a medically induced coma. But Variety quotes Schlesinger's lawyer Josh Grier, who claims that Schlesinger is … More »
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D.J.T. Is No F.D.R.

Roosevelt’s first inaugural cleared the way for action, pointing the country toward a singular goal. Where is that spirit now?
Tags: News, Kennedy, Roosevelt, Schlesinger, David M, Recession and Depression, United States Economy, Speeches and Statements, New Deal (1930's, Franklin Delano, Inaugurations, Arthur Jr


Donald Trump and Herbert Hoover

Max Boot, a distinguished conservative "never Trumper," has a column in the Washington Post in which he writes, "I knew he would be a bad president--but even I didn't expect him to be Herbert Hoover-level bad."  I find this truly mystifying in at least two ways. First, at the time of his election, Herbert Hoover was a truly distinguished American. FDR actually hoped in 1920 that Hoover, an Eisenhower-like figure whose political loyalties were as yet unknown, would run for the presidency as a Dem...
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