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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Arts Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByLaura M. Holson Oct. 13, 2018 Ronnie Marmo didn’t set out to make a political play when he wrote and starred in “I’m Not a Comedian … I’m Lenny Bruce.” Instead, the actor wanted to depict the complicated style of the counterculture comedian and satirist, who died over 50 years ago. But many have read Mr. Marmo’s performance as a commentary on the Trump era. Indeed, Mr. Bruce, whose acerbic and profane observations about society inspired generations of comedians who wanted to do more than just tell jokes, is having a pop culture resurgence. In addition to appearing in works for the stage, Mr. Bruce is also a recurring character in Amazon’s Emmy winning TV comedy, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” And over the summer, an exhibit about Mr. … [Read more...] about Lenny Bruce Is Still Talking Dirty and Influencing People
So, you’ve managed to find and afford a ticket or two to “Hamilton,” the hottest theater ticket in Buffalo at least since Katharine Cornell’s “Cleopatra” in 1947. Congratulations. You’re clearly a very impressive person. But what now? If you want to impress a date with your superior “Hamilton” knowledge, astound your friends with theatrical savvy or just try not to seem clueless when someone asks you about the show, here are a few pieces of trivia to file away for the right occasion: Alexander Hamilton is modeled, in part, on Tupac Shakur. As composer and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda told The News in 2010, while he working on an early version of the show: "This is literally a guy who saved his own life on the strength of his writing and destroyed it on the same strength of his writing," he said. "While [Jefferson] was president, he had sort of an epic, Tupac-esque beef with Jefferson for the entire time, except the fight wasn't … [Read more...] about Win friends and influence your Twitter followers with some ‘Hamilton’ trivia
Mobile Browsing Has Skyrocketed, Overtaking Desktop as the Most Popular Digital Platform With over 35 years of combined experience and expert knowledge in a wide range of internet marketing solutions. We turn “clicks into clients®” on a daily basis.”— Janeene High, CEOPHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, June 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In today’s world, nearly everywhere you turn you see people browsing the internet on their Smartphones and other mobile devices. In fact, mobile web browser usage has skyrocketed over the past few years and has actually overtaken the desktop version as the preferred digital platform. If you think about it, no matter where you are people more likely than not have their smartphone with them and chances are they are using. It makes sense, our mobile devices are lightweight offering a whole range of digital services that we rely upon on an everyday basis, which can include everything from booking a flight, … [Read more...] about Mobile Browsing is on the Rise, Is Your Website Mobile Friendly?
Drug dealing is just like any other business: There’s risk, there’s reward, and now there’s a handy how-to guide for those eager to get rich or die trying. Enter “How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” director Matthew Cooke’s film, opening today, which does exactly what its title suggests: Offer a step-by-step guide on how to rise from a street dealer to an international drug kingpin. Along the way, it makes a searing criticism of America’s “War on Drugs,” which last year cost the government an estimated $25 billion. It’s this criticism that attracted former “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier, a longtime friend of Cooke’s, to co-produce the movie. “At the bare minimum, the militarized, SWAT-team approach to dealing with the demand for drugs is wrong,” Grenier tells the Daily News. “It’s worse than the drug use itself, I would say.” Putting out a film that depicts drug … [Read more...] about Matthew Cooke’s documentary, backed by Adrian Grenier, eyes drug war’s cost to the U.S.