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A psychologist says interviews are a terrible way to hire — here's what you should do instead

"But as it turns out, interviews are a disastrous tool for gauging potential," says Ron Friedman, a psychologist and author of "The Best Place To Work." "For one thing, it's because over 80% of people lie during interviews. That means the information you're collecting in an interview is suspect at …

Employment

The LA Brand Making No-Fuss Fall Shoes

LOQ is a brand that you can expect to see a lot of this fall. The shoe company — which is based in LA, manufactured in Spain — was founded just last year, but is already stocked at over a dozen of big-name indie boutiques. There's Assembly and Objects Without Meaning in LA; Concrete + Water and …

Matt Bevin's Apocalyptic Warnings of Bloodshed

The Kentucky governor suggested that if the Democrat wins this year’s presidential election, armed insurrection might be necessary to protect the United States.<p>At the height of the Tea Party movement in 2009 and 2010, an old quote from Thomas Jefferson became newly popular. “The tree of liberty …

Matt Bevin

Textured Locks Rule The Runways At NYC Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week, there's nothing quite like it. From the buzz created by multiple iconic designer clothing lines to how the makeup and hairstyles are married to create new unique looks. It's an amazing experience.<p>Being in New York with fashion week underway is always a favorite treat of mine. …

The Mystery of Dream-Science: Why do You Have Dreams?

Science<p>Dreams are something that we all experience, no matter if we remember them when we wake up or not. But the science behind dreams is much more …

Highlights from New York Fashion Week: Pictures

Fashion Shows

Anthony Bourdain kept CNN in the dark on President Obama booking

When Anthony Bourdain learned that he would be sitting down for a meal with President Barack Obama, the decision was made to keep the booking quiet. How quiet? Not even CNN, which airs Bourdain’s series, “Parts Unknown,” knew that the president would be appearing on the show.<p>“We had been talking …

Vietnam

The Winter Antiques Show Startles With Picasso, Plate Paintings, and Kate Moss

Galleries<p>The once-stodgy fair is broadening its horizons.<p>,<p>The Winter Antiques Show (WAS), which is often thought of as a mink coat convention …

Surrealist Sculptures by Ellen Jewett Effortlessly Combine Animals With Their Fantastical Surroundings | Colossal

<p>Ellen Jewett (previously) effortlessly blends animals with elements from their environments, creating ceramic pieces that often balance unexpected …

Sculpture series: Liz Glynn pays tribute to Rodin at LACMA

With the growth of RoseLee Goldberg’s Performa, a non-profit organization dedicated to live art performance, there’s been a heightened visibility to this specialty. All eyes are on the versatile Los Angeles-based artist Liz Glynn, who not only takes on performance art, but also straddles sculpture …

Nonprofits

Found Inspiration Moving Forward

Via<p>Christopher David White is an American artist that creates hyperrealistic sculptures that explore themes of growth and decay. Many of his …

Sculpture

The Danish Girl puts Gerda Wegener’s art on view to the world

An extensive new exhibition at Arken Museum of Modern Art, near Copenhagen, is seeking to re-establish artist Gerda Wegener’s reputation – now it’s a focus of an Oscar-tipped movie<p>Although Gerda Wegener remains one of the most remarkable Danish painters, she was little known in her own country – …