A classical case of crossover

Russell Watson is a most unlikely name for an operatic tenor A classical case of crossover Sat, Jan 6, 2001, 00:00 Russell Watson is a most unlikely name for an operatic tenor. Maybe that’s why the press release which accompanies this young man’s debut CD, The Voice, is emblazoned with names of a rather more glamorous hue – Bergonzi, Domingo,...

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Rep. Zepnick Says Ald. Donovan Owes Milwaukee an Apology

Press Release “I I hope Bob Donovan does the right thing and stands with the rest of Milwaukee who do not want a public infrastructure debate going into the toilet of racial and fear-mongering tactics.” Represenative Zepnick, who represents a large portion of the 8th Aldermanic District, also was shocked at how the streetcar referendum leaders stepped into racial and...

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How McKinsey, the World’s Most Elite Consulting Firm, Helped Turbocharge America’s Opioid Epidemic

Last month, the pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty[1] to charges related to the sale and marketing of the painkiller OxyContin. Even by the standards of corporate malpractice, the company’s behavior, as detailed[2] in a now-concluded federal investigation, is almost too sickening for words. Facing declining sales, it employed every tactic imaginable to skirt public health regulations and ensure that...

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Elitist Britain 2019

The nature of Britain’s ‘elite’ is higher in the national consciousness than ever, with a series of events, including 2016’s vote to leave the European Union, putting a focus on the strained trust between significant sections of the population and those at the highest levels of politics, business and the media. Social mobility across the UK is low and not...

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