The architectural media likes an anniversary and 2019 is the year we are pressured to be grateful for The Bauhaus and all it did for us. Last week I suggested the real legacy of The Bauhaus lay in legitimising the idea of design as a standalone occupation isolated from manufacture. Once design could be valued […]
I run my mouth every spring about how much I enjoy going to see college baseball games, so I’ll spare you the details this time ’round. The way it usually works in Pennsylvania is that local college teams are able to squeeze a first weekend of games in around March 8-10. Then rain and/or snow […]
Written by Karoline KanBeijing, ChinaKaroline Kan is a Beijing-based journalist and an editor at China Dialogue. She’s the author of the upcoming book “Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Love, Loss, and Hope in China.” The opinions expressed in this article belong to the author.I always felt self-conscious about my freckles. Growing up in China,…
Art fairs are like glorified prom nights for collectors and as such, galleries are the poor chauffeurs, dress makers, and florists that have to cater to whims of giddy, hopeful, attendees– Frieze L.A. was no exception. For those of us who are outside both the blue chip collector class and the P&L engines that drive […]
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 24, 2019, 1:26 AM GMT by Associated Press LOS ANGELES – Filmmaker Stanley Donen, a giant of the Hollywood musical, who through such classics as "Singin 'in the Rain" and "Funny Face", has died. […]
There’s a problem with love letters: they don’t work! Or at least they make things awkward. And it seems inevitable. Perhaps it’s a curse of the modern age—in the past they seemed to work just fine. Romance is dead! In the age of texting, Snapchat, and Tinder, handwritten confessions of love are simply out of […]
The Rev Dr Giles Fraser’s bashing of neoliberalism is a missed opportunity.
My guest today is author Sheila Williams who lives in France, but in the past has enjoyed several careers, including that of sheep farmer (more about that later!). Sheila shares a mortifying experience in a restaurant, her fashion sense, the contents of her handbag and a tussle with a persistent romeo ram (of the sheep […]
One of the worst films I have ever seen.
LOS ANGELES — Filmmaker Stanley Donen, a giant of the Hollywood musical who through such classics as “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Funny Face” helped give us some of the most joyous sounds and images in movie history, has died. He was 94. Donen, who often teamed with Gene Kelly but also worked with Cary […]
Welcome all to the most recent IMPACT One Night Only Pay Per View report. So we haven’t had the in ring debut of the Smokeshow Scarlett Bordeaux yet on IMPACT (if you don’t count Xplosion or other IMPACT related events) but One Night Only gave us some in ring action featuring the Popular Knockout herself. […]
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Now that the 2018-19 season has come to an end, now it’s time to experience Hoosier Hysteria at its finest in the 109th State Tournament. Please note that my picks are completely subjective, so please don’t take this to offense. Besides, I’m not expected to be right every time and with this tournament being as […]
Michy Batshuayi’s goal was his first in the Premier League since he netted a double for Chelsea against Watford in October 2017 Leicester boss Claude Puel said “it is normal for the fans to be worried” after his side suffered a 4-1 defeat to Crystal Palace in the Premier League. It was the first time […]