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Confronting Four Reverse Mortgage Misconceptions

An opponent of reverse mortgage products recently wrote two columns at Forbes discussing reasons that the business should be avoided, and that potential borrowers searching for ways to fund their retirements would be better served by exploring other financial options. RMD reached out to Professor Teresa Ghilarducci from The New School’s department of economics to expand on the points she made in a January Forbes article saying that reverse mortgages are “a bust” because a senior’s average hom...
Tags: Featured, Education, Finance, United States, Social Security, Forbes, CFPB, U S Census Bureau, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, New School, Teresa Ghilarducci, John Lunde, Lunde, Boston College Center for Retirement Research, The New School, Reverse Market Insight

Forbes Offers Reasons to Avoid Reverse Mortgages

There are at least four major reasons that potential borrowers should avoid taking a reverse mortgage, according to economics professor Teresa Ghilarducci of The New School based in New York, N.Y. in a new column at Forbes. While admitting that reverse mortgages may work for some, she says that is not true of everyone. However, at least one reverse mortgage expert finds flaws in the reasoning behind some of the stated points. The first of her stated reasons to avoid reverse mortgages revolves...
Tags: New York, Featured, Education, Finance, Data, Forbes, New School, Teresa Ghilarducci, John Lunde, Lunde, The New School, Reverse Market Insight, Ghilarducci, Forbes While


Like many of us, I’ve been the recipient of Hank O’Neal‘s wise active generosities for decades.  I greeted each new offering of Chiaroscuro Records (this would have been starting around 1972) with hungry avidity; I went to concerts he produced at The … Continue reading →
Tags: Wow, Bliss, Jazz, E, John Hammond, Teddy Wilson, Marian McPartland, Dave McKenna, Generosities, Hotter Than That, It's All True, Jazz Titans, The Heroes Among Us, The Real Thing, The Things We Love, Jazz Lives

LeRoy Downs hosts Winter Jazzfest at The New School in New York City!!!!!

Winter Jazzfest in New York City pops off Wednesday January 10th through January 17th in NYC and you don’t want to miss!! Indeed it is a marothon of music with JAZZ as the focal point and some of the worlds most incredibly creative minds working their magic through the music! It’s a time to listen, learn, reflect, be grateful, share, come together and stand up for your brothers and lock arms against the mighty foes! Come on out New York and let’s inhale this Music Together!!! Winter Jazzfes...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Jazz, Jazzfest, Winter Jazzfest, New School, Casey Benjamin, Stefon Harris, Jason Moran, Marc Ribot, Gwendolyn Brooks, LeRoy Downs, The New School, Adegoke Steve Colson, Iqua Colson Music of Protest Love Dedicated

John Zorn's The Stone moving to New School; meanwhile a marathon @ NYU

Save $30 a ticket with our coupon for the NYU shows this weekend. Also: upcoming residencies at The Stone include Marc Ribot, Thurston Moore, Ikue Mori, Dave Lombardo, Ryuchi Sakamoto, Bill Frisell, Secret Chiefs 3, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Dave King, Tour Dates, Nyu, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Dave Lombardo, Thurston Moore, Bill Pearis, Trevor Dunn, New School, Bill Frisell, Julian Lage, Dan Weiss, Marc Ribot, Greg Cohen

SXSW: The New Archive: How Tech Democratizes Historical Narratives

Eugene Lang College Faculty member Lauren Walsh presents at SXSW with legendary war photojournalist Ron Haviv. The New School returns to​ ​SXSW this year, sharing innovative projects and perspectives that embody ​the university’s human­-centered approach to technology and design-inspired solutions to pressing social issues. Among them, Eugene Lang College Professor Lauren Walsh will talk about how photography has democratized histor...
Tags: Startups, Photography, Media, Journalism, United States, Macondo, Sxsw, LRA, Ron Haviv, Eugene Lang College, Austin Startups, Lauren Walsh, Austin Merrill, The New School, Sxsw-interactive, Eugene Lang College Faculty

The Stone is Moving (and It’s Not Easter)

The Stone, the landmark non-profit performance space founded in 2005 by John Zorn and dedicated to the experimental and avant-garde, will move to The Glass Box Theater at Arnhold Hall on 55 West 13th Street, in the heart of New York’s Greenwich Village. Arnhold Hall is the performing arts hub for The New School, housing the three performing arts schools of The College of Performing Arts: Mannes School of Music, The New School for Drama, and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Beginni...
Tags: New York, Religion, Stone, New School, West 13th Street, Zorn, John Zorn, Contemporary Classical, Glass Box Theater, Arnhold Hall, Greenwich Village Arnhold Hall, Mannes School of Music The New School for Drama, Deborah Berke Partners, The New School, Stone Dean Kessler Provost Marshall, Mannes The New School for Jazz

Reimagining Fashion As Environmentally & Ethically Sound

“Being morally correct rarely overcomes the perceived correctness of beauty.” Joshua Katcher We talk quite often about food on this...
Tags: Fashion, Podcast, Leather, Etiquette, Environment, Sport, Ethics, Running, Fur, Animal Rights, Crossfit, Hampton Creek, Wool, Beyond Meat, Parsons, Masculinity