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Robert Redford on Taking Risks, Early Sundance Doubts, and Picking the Wrong Investors | Inc.com

Think of Robert Redford, and you picture an actor, environmental activist, Oscar-winning director, or, perhaps, heartthrob. You're probably less likely to think of Redford as a serial entrepreneur, even though he's the founder of multiple successful businesses and not-for-profits.<p>Those include the …

The 22 Best Documentaries Of 2014

There are various unpleasant duties associated with the Christmas period —many of them involving poultry and arguments about poultry (goose FTW, …

How Good Are Jeb’s Chances?

Nate Silver and his team created “ideological scores for a set of plausible 2016 Republican candidates based on a combination of three statistical …

Why Migraines are the Most Glamorous of Headaches

By Sadie Stein November 21, 2014<p>Our Daily Correspondent<p>An illustration from <i>Les gens de Medecine dans l’oeuvre de Daumier</i>. Via the Wellcome Library<p>Migraines are the most glamorous of headaches. Mysterious, debilitating, unpredictable: they get all the press. Who wants to talk about the workaday …

The 10 Best Movies You Missed in 2014

And how to catch up with them.<p><b>You've been chilled</b> by the marriage-gone-awry suspense of <i>Gone Girl</i>, stupefied by the cinematic inventiveness of <i>Birdman</i>, and terrified by the twisted mentor-mentee relationship of <i>Foxcatcher</i>, but what about those other must-see films from 2014 that you didn't have time …

Thomas Frank on Ronald Reagan’s secret tragedy: How ’70s and ’80s cynicism poisoned Democrats and America

Nixon’s lies and Reagan’s charms created the space for Clinton, Carter and Obama to redefine (and gut) liberalism<p>“The Invisible Bridge” is the third installment in Rick Perlstein’s grand history of conservatism, and like its predecessors, the book is filled with startling insights. It is the story …

Bill Cosby Allegedly Made Some Odd Requests When He Stopped By ‘The Late Show’ Over The Years

The entire Bill Cosby scandal is a mess. A story that just keeps popping up with new details, odder stories, and newer accusations at every turn. This alleged incident from <i>The Late Show With David Letterman</i> is probably one of the oddest yet.<p>Luckily it has little to do with any new rape accusations. …

The Theory of Everything does Jane Hawking a disservice

Early in the glossy new Oscar-bait film The Theory of Everything, Eddie Redmayne’s Stephen Hawking takes Felicity Jones’s Jane Wilde on a first date to his parents’ house. The invitation seems a whim, the Hawking family happy and full of in-jokes, like something out of a Salinger novel. Hawking …

4 Charming 'SNL' Stories From Amy Poehler & Seth Meyers

As part of the promotional push for her new book, "Yes Please," Amy Poehler sat down with Seth Meyers at New York's 92Y on Wednesday to discuss her career, their friendship and "Saturday Night Live." Poehler and Meyers were both hired before the start of the 2001-02 season, and shared the Weekend …