• Art & Entertainment

    22 arts-and-entertainment events for 2022

    The once-simple act of attending an arts-and-entertainment event became impossible in the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic. When going to concerts, plays and movies became a thing again, there remained a host of challenges. Does the venue require proof of vaccine? Am I required to wear a mask? If I’m not required to wear a mask should I wear one anyway? Is it even worth the risk to go out in public while the pandemic is still here? Those questions won’t disappear as 2022 begins and we move toward the two-year anniversary of the pandemic’s arrival in March.  

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  • Car & Automotive

    Five ways 2021 may have forever changed the auto industry

    The “2021” numerals were towed into Times Square last December by the Kia Sorento SUV after a cross-country road-trip that started at the automaker’s U.S. headquarters in Irvine, California, and covered more than 5,500 miles with stops in 15 states. Kia DETROIT – The automotive industry may never be the same after 2021, an infamous year that brought massive changes sparked by supply chain issues and the coronavirus pandemic. The supply chain issues – most notably, a global shortage of semiconductor chips – led to historically low vehicle inventories but also record pricing and profits amid resilient consumer demand and  

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  • Food & Cooking

    The Most-Read Food Stories of 2021

    And so closes the second year of the pandemic, 12 months more of worry, of working from home, of trying to make each meal feel like something new. The articles that readers of the Food section and New York Times Cooking craved this year acknowledged this new reality. Many of our most-read stories offered tips for making weeknight meals faster and more delicious. Some fed readers’ curiosity about a return to dining out, and others delved into disturbing territory: a Southern farmer’s discovery that her ancestors had enslaved people, and revelations about sexual harassment and other abuses at a destination  

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  • Law & Legal

    Law Firm Hiring & Moves

    Thursday, December 30, 2021 Happy new year! Read on for the latest law firm hiring, pro bono and innovation news: Ropes and Gray announced the opening of their 12th location in Los Angeles in 2022, which will focus initially on the healthcare and equity & asset management industries. Attorneys Howard Glazer, Torrey McClary, Ranee Adipat and Leslie Thornton will assist in opening the new office, as they look to expand their reach in the Southern California market.  Ropes and Gray also added Brandon Howald to their new Los Angeles team. Mr. Howald brings 22 years of private equity  

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  • Sports & Travel

    German foreign, sports ministers won’t travel to China for Winter Olympics

    BERLIN, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Germany’s ministers for foreign affairs and sports will not attend the Beijing Winter Olympics in February, spokespeople said on Wednesday, as Berlin liaises with its European allies on an overall diplomatic boycott. A foreign ministry spokesperson quoted Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock as saying that she was a big sports fan but that she would definitely not visit China for the Olympics during that time. An interior and sports ministry spokesperson said Interior Minister Nancy Faeser had decided personally that she would not attend the Olympics, partly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Register now for FREE  

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