Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Agit Pai said that it has become “evident that the FCC made a mistake” in its passage of net neutrality rules in 2015, in which the agency reclassified internet service as a common carrier. Pai, along with other critics of the move, consider the approach “last-century, utility-style regulation to today’s broadband networks. Our new approach injected tremendous uncertainty into the broadband market. And uncertainty is the enemy of growth. After the FCC embraced utility-style regulation, the United States experienced the first-ever decline in broadband investment outside of a recession.”
There are echoes of “Paris Is Burning” in this documentary, which chronicles a tight-knit community in New York. Yet there is a striking absence of elder mentors.
An enchantment with these groups comes through in this documentary, which captures music and the backstage buzz of the performers.
Republicans from politically red states could be decisive in saving federal funds for the arts and humanities agencies, which are facing deep cuts or possible elimination.
Amid a theater boom, bars in Hell’s Kitchen and elsewhere are hosting colorful events with singalongs, drop-ins and drag queens doing musical numbers.
In this first novel, set in 1995, Selin, the daughter of Turkish immigrants, falls for an older student from Hungary during her freshman year at Harvard.
Ms. York, the choreographer who started as a Taylor dancer, discusses her newest work, “Continuum,” which Paul Taylor American Modern Dance will showcase.