Monthly Archive: September, 2014

Call It Supper: Warm Zucchini and Tomato Salad with Za’atar

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) Labor Day unofficially-officially marks the end of summer and beginning of Fall as work and school kicks back into… Continue reading

WHAT IT’S REALLY LIKE FOR FEMALE VENTURE CAPITALISTS IN A MAN’S WORLD

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FACED WITH RAMPANT SEXISM AND AGEISM, FEMALE VENTURE CAPITALISTS ONLY COMPRISE ABOUT 4% OF THE INDUSTRY. HERE’S HOW WOMEN CAN RISE ABOVE. If you haven’t been hiding under a rock, you know the… Continue reading

The Metropolitans Are Bringing Back Social Clubs With Style & Class

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It was the late 1980’s. Boston’s historic Wang Center for the Performing Arts was preparing for a massive renovation to preserve the theatre. A group of young Bostonians wanted to be involved in… Continue reading

Why The Tech Sector Struggles To Close The Gender Gap

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SAM DIEPHUIS / BLEND IMAGES VIA AP Over the course of the summer, the tech industry titans released their diversity statistics, and the gender gap in the numbers was stark. At Google, Apple,… Continue reading