Daily Archive: Monday, August 15, 2016

Fall for Dance to Offer Premieres by Wayne McGregor and Elizabeth Streb

[ad_1] Photo Herman Cornejo and Alessandra Ferri in “Romeo and Juliet” in June. Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times Premieres by the British choreographer Wayne McGregor and the MacArthur grant recipient Elizabeth Streb are coming to the Fall for Dance Festival at New York City Center. The annual festival, beloved for its eclectic programs and

A Medium Reader Explains Benefits Of Being A Medium

[ad_1] The benefits of mediumship most definitely outweigh the burdens. Life can be enhanced with a new purpose of meaning and certainly motivation. You really start to feel you have an idea of the whole purpose of life, how many people search for the answers to life often as they get older and never come

RPT-Bank of Japan money target up for debate in policy review -sources

[ad_1] (Repeats Monday story with no changes) * Markets focusing on BOJ’s policy review due Sept * Most likely option would be fine-tuning of QQE * More radical policy makeover isn’t off table -sources * One idea is to shift goal from base money to rates * Ditching base money target could trigger bond sell-off

Letters to the Editor

[ad_1] ‘New England Bound’ To the Editor: Christopher L. Brown, in his review of Wendy Warren’s “New England Bound: Slavery and Colonization in Early America” (July 3), writes that Warren acknowledges “doubts about slavery ran no more deeply in New England at the turn of the 18th century than in any of the other European