Year-End Wrap-Up: Internal Business Operations

We are committed to 100% transparency! Read our year-end financial summary.

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Book Review: “Private Equity at Work: When Wall Street Manages Main Street”

Over 400 pages of flowing prose, Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt give us a compelling and exhaustive take on one

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Why The “Gun Registration Will Lead To Confiscation” Trope Is Ridiculous

Gun registration is a proposal that has gained little traction because of a widespread fear that it would result in guns being confiscated. There’s little evidence to suggest that such fears are warranted. But there’s also a good body of evidence suggesting that, well, the government probably knows who has guns already.

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Outdoor Dining? This Is A Building With Four Walls And A Roof!

Restauranteurs are finding it hard to figure out how to adapt to the winter months.

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Email Your 2020 Into A Literal Dumpster Fire

2020’s apt description as a dumpster fire has manifested itself in, well, a literal dumpster fire, which Nat will be manning for a few days.

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Farewell, Arecibo: The Need For Climate-Resilient Infrastructure

The collapse of the Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico highlights the gradual attrition of American leadership in science, and the failure of an entire generation of political leadership– in both parties- to address the increasingly grave threats of climate change.

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Detroit’s Green Task Force Looks Toward Benchmarking, PACE, Energy Codes

The Energy Waste Reduction Committee of the Detroit Green Task Force met yesterday morning to talk shop for the last

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An Artist Received A Lucrative Commission To Paint A Soviet Mural Of Cookie Monster. The Patron Wasn’t The Building Owner.

A strange tale from Peoria, Illinois involving an angry building owner, a mysterious art commission, and a mural.

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DIY Energy Tips: Insulating Boiler Pipe

Got a boiler? Insulate your pipes to save you some bucks.

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