Tal Pinchevsky is a Canadian writer who first moved to New York in 2001 to work for Gear Magazine, an ultimately-doomed men's lifestyle publication founded by Bob Guccione Jr. A McGill University graduate, he has since worked as an editor and freelance journalist covering everything from sports to real estate to consumer electronics for a variety of publications, including the New York Times, ESPN, New York Post, Blender, and Minyanville.com.
It’s an absolute fixture in children’s libraries worldwide and upon its publication in 1963 was awarded the Caldecott Medal, a distinguished award given to the year’s best picture book for children […]
Summertime is generally considered the height of festival season. That means everything from multi-artist concertpaloozas to glossy film festivals to avant-garde art installations. As artists and performers from around the […]
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It’s not something generally referenced in the discussion over China’s awesome growth, and it might only be marginally related. But the influx of Chinese students attending American universities hasn’t gone […]
Now that we’ve established that attractive people earn more money, apparently it’s not just academics who are beginning to notice a difference in lifestyle. With state and federal governments looking […]
Cruising into the second weekend of the oft-intriguing NCAA basketball tournament known as March Madness, it’s been an interesting combination of traditional collegiate powerhouses (Kentucky, Duke) balanced by incredible performances […]