Georgia’s Blue Shift Is A Lesson For Progressive Organizers Across The South

On Friday afternoon, news outlets finally began to call President-elect Joe Biden the winner in Georgia, a state that hadn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.  For years, groups have been organizing and engaging Georgia’s substantial Black, Latino and Asian American populations, pushing Democratic candidates to appeal directly […]

Is Simon Property Group a Buy?

Mall-focused real estate investment trust (REIT) Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) rose more than 20% on Nov. 9 when positive COVID-19 vaccine news put investors in an upbeat mood. While there’s no doubt a vaccine would be a tailwind to Simon’s business, there’s a lot more to unpack here. Here’s […]

Meet the UK’s First Vegan Butcher Shop

<p>Cayot’s epic 1983 journey launched a 40-year career devoted to conserving the <a href=”” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Galápagos Islands</a>. She supervised giant tortoise and land iguana breeding programs; organized campaigns to eradicate invasive species; and coordinated repatriation of tortoises to their native islands. When she began working in the Galápagos, the […]

One of L.A.’s most important art exhibitions is stuck in COVID-19 limbo

A re-creation of the late French-Moroccan artist Nicola L’s 1969 “La Chambre en Fourrure” (The Fur Room), part of the Hammer Museum’s biennial, “Made in L.A. 2020: a version.” (Joshua White / The late French-Moroccan artist Nicola L’s 1969 sculptural installation “La Chambre en Fourrure” (The Fur Room), slathered in royal purple […]

Peninsula at Treviso Bay approaching 50% sold mark

CLOSE Every home in Peninsula at Treviso Bay overlooks a lake and the finishing holes of the community’s TPC golf course. (Photo: Photo courtesy of Nick Ummarino Photography) Imperial Homes of Naples LLC, one of Southwest Florida’s most experienced and universally respected luxury home builders, has announced its community of Peninsula […]