If you're not in the business business, Business Day is this fun to read
Oh, what’s that, you don’t deserve to be despised, because you graciously left behind all the other sections of the paper? Screw you. This Sports Page is exhibiting dangerously low levels of inane Johnny Manziel tweets, and is clearly suffering from a terminal case of French cycling and British golf. Travel leads with "The Other Algarve" -- addictive reading for travel junkies, but not for people who assume the original Algarve is some guy named Al Garve. Metropolitan? Not touching it unless New York City elects a city comptroller who loves hookers, but then that’s another story that’ll land on the front page.
It is nice that you left Arts & Leisure. Like the Times, it also took me four months to bother noticing that Robin Thicke had done something controversial -- as far as I'm concerned, that story reads as fresh as the vegetables at Fine Fare are not. It was also pleasing to discover that the Danish director of Drive almost definitely has sexual fantasies about Ryan Gosling forcing Lars Von Trier to perform oral sex. On the other hand, what were the odds that, even as you absconded with Section A, someone else would walk in harboring a burning desire to learn more about Israeli dance troupes and “obscure” operas (aren’t they all?).
In short, even though you left Arts & Leisure, you still suck.