Andrew Ruboyianes

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New Director of Shakespeare Globe Theater Determined To Ruin Shakespeare On Behalf of Feminism

Now that the famous Globe Theater in London is headed by its first female director, the world’s greatest playwright and poet will be subject to the …

Rebel Banksy - Protocol Droid Protest Art

Rebel Banksy by Soulkr<p>ThreePeeOh was trying to get in on the Rebel action, but his programming prevented him from harming any living being, Sith Lord …

Soap Bubbles Rapidly Freezing to Create Beautiful and Fragile Works of Art at Subzero Temperatures

Photographer Pablo Zulaska captured video of soap bubbles rapidly freezing at -15° C to create beautiful and fragile works of art.<p>In addition to this …

A Sculptor Made Your Childhood Model Kit the Size of a Building

Nova Jiang's playful sculpture is a nod to the public transport system that helped transform LA.<p><i>Photo: Natasha Sadikin</i><p>LA-based artist Nova Jiang has created a large-scale version of a plastic model kit complete with its surrounding frame for a new public artwork that hangs in a shopping center in …

The Best Art to See in L.A. This January

<i>(The Mermaid, by Michael Zavros image courtesy of the artist and Starkwhite Gallery, New Zealand)</i><p>January not only brings an onslaught of award shows to Los Angeles, but a number of phenomenal art events, ranging from exhibits in tiny spaces, to epic art shows in places like Barker Hangar. Here's …

'The Nutcracker' in New York City

The Snow Scene in George Balanchine's The Nutcracker. Photo credit by Paul Kolnik.<p>For many, <i>The Nutcracker</i> is a holiday tradition, ushering in the season with growing trees, toy-sized battles, and sugarplum fairies tottering from one pointe shoe to the other. When I was a kid, the ballet marked the …

Pierre Boulez, classical music's maverick, dies aged 90

The composer, conductor, writer and performer, who directed the New York Philharmonic, had been ill for some time<p>Tributes have been paid to the composer and conductor Pierre Boulez, a towering figure in the evolution of western music, who has died at his home in Germany, aged 90.<p>Boulez died on …

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Add this Tweet to your website by copying the code below. Learn more<p>Add this video to your website by copying the code below. Learn more<p>Hmm, there …

5 Things I Learned About Successful Startups From Steve Jobs

No one could have taught you more about starting a company than Steve Jobs, and I had the privilege and honor of working for him in the Macintosh …

No, the Oculus Rift doesn't cost $600 — it costs much more than that

Facebook-owned Oculus VR on Wednesday announced the Rift headset will release on March 28 and cost $600.<p>But, in reality, operating the Oculus will actually cost <i>much</i> more than that.<p>Last May, Oculus announced the technical requirements for running the Oculus Rift: it will require a high-end PC with a …

Power Wars by Charlie Savage, reviewed.

<b>This essay is reprinted with permission from</b> <b>the New Rambler Review</b><b>, an online review of books.</b><p>In a testament to how law-dominated war has become, …

This investor called the financial crisis - and is predicting market falls again

Martin Gray, one of a handful of fund managers who made money during the financial crisis, is concerned global equity stock markets are ripe for a fall<p>An investor who delivered a 12.3pc return for investors during the financial crisis despite global stock markets falls has said he is moving into …

The 200GB wireless flash drive your 16GB iPhone desperately needs

It’s 2016 but two major smartphone issues are yet to be fixed. First of all, there’s never enough storage on most mobile devices whether they’re new …

This Tiny New Gadget Detects How Many Calories Are in Your Food

Ever wished you could wave a wand to see how many calories you're about to munch on? This is kind of like that. SCiO, a small new gadget, scans your food to reveal nutritional details — i.e. calories, carbs, and fat content. The larger benefit is a way to monitor your intake and come up with a plan …

Apple Watch at CES 2016: docks, battery packs, bands, and more

While the Consumer Electronics Show only technically began today, the week so far has been full of companies announcing all sorts of accessories. We’ve covered some of it in detail already, but new offerings are coming in at such a fast pace it’s hard to keep track of it all.<p>While Apple is not …

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Feature Wall Ideas to Showcase Your Style

You’ve probably heard the term “feature wall,” and your common-sense definition probably isn’t too far off. But what exactly is this wall, and why …

The One Regret Everyone Has After Starting a Business

<i>The Entrepreneur Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in America’s startup scene contribute</i> …

J.P. Morgan's 14 predictions for investment banking revenues and jobs in 2016 and beyond

Will 2016 bring a resurgence in banking jobs and banking revenues? Nope. - Not according to the European banking research team at J.P. Morgan, led by …