Friday Jul 11
National Review Online
Taxi Medallions and Takings
Late last month, Peter Van Doren of the Cato Institute considered the question of whether the owners of taxi medallions should be compensated when the value of their asset declines due to the advent of new competition: The medallions have value because the supply of rights to operate taxis, restricted by city regulation, is low relative to demand.
On The Town: Composer honored with Domingo Award
Emmy Award-winning composer Lee Holdridge was the honoree at the 16th Annual Placido Domingo Awards Dinner staged in the Eva and Marc Stern Grand Hall of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, to benefit the company's artistic and educational programs.
First major U.S. exhibition of French photographer Charles Marville travels to Houston
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston , is presenting Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris, the first major exhibition in the United States devoted to the 19th-century French artist Charles Marville.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Police: Man scams victims for $140K, then gets conned for $140K
I couldn't have asked for more perfect weather Saturday and Carol and I spent much of it fishing at Park Station in Erin.