Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Theater Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Theater | The Unforgettable Theater Moments of 2018 Supported by ByThe New York Times Dec. 21, 2018 We escaped to Margaritaville and made way for Glenda Jackson, got mad as hell all over again and learned to love a Malfoy. The year in theater had many riches and no shortage of surprise. Now that our chief critics have weighed in, it’s time for other New York Times writers and editors who spend lots of time in the dark to illuminate the moments that brought us joy and laughter, shock and awe. And the beat. Grand entrance (1) Any star gets entrance applause these days. Entrance yowls of terror? That’s trickier. But when the titular two-ton ape of “King Kong” — a marvel of puppetry, animatronics and some not exactly subtle sound, projection and lighting — blasted onto the Broadway … [Read more...] about The Unforgettable Theater Moments of 2018
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HUFFPOST PERSONAL 11/11/2018 07:00 am ET By Brittany Rouille, Guest Writer For the past four years my husband, Drew, and I have been traveling the world by van. It all started in 2011, after we both graduated from the University of Florida, where we met, and drove straight across the country to the Land of Dreams ― Los Angeles ― only to find ourselves, three years later, yearning for something that extended well beyond the reach of our desks. Drew had been working to start an online business selling refurbished luxury watches when he realized that the future he was creating did not align with his truest values. Similarly, I was fed up with feeling overworked, undervalued and lost in the stressful mix of night shifts and desk-sitting monotony that clouded my daily existence as the head of intake, aftercare and admissions at an eating disorder recovery center. We both knew there had to be more to this life than what society had taught us to pursue. We felt stuck … [Read more...] about I’ve Spent The Last 4 Years Living In A Van And It Transformed My Entire Life
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Weddings Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByMaggie Parker Sept. 17, 2018 To All My Exes, As people continue to congratulate me on becoming a bride, I’ve realized I don’t deserve all the credit. I couldn’t have gotten to this point without you. Before I say “I do,” I want to say thank you, and a few unprintable sentiments to the ones who came before the one. I need to honor the romantic and sexual experiences I’ve had in my life, and not just because of the effort that went into them. Each past relationship gave me an experience that served as a clue in a scavenger hunt to find my future. This letter is also a farewell to my single self. Marriage is a big deal; I feel like it would be irresponsible if I didn’t formally and thoughtfully put a period on that period of my life. I always knew … [Read more...] about Before I Say ‘I Do,’ a Word to the Exes
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Music Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByGavin Edwards Aug. 16, 2018 In her final decade, Aretha Franklin’s two best-loved performances both took place in Washington. In 2009, she graced Barack Obama’s inauguration with a gorgeous “My Country, ’Tis of Thee” while wearing a hat so remarkable it ended up on display in the Smithsonian. And on Dec. 6, 2015, she sang an unforgettable rendition of her own anthem of rebirth, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” in tribute to the song’s co-writer, Carole King, who was receiving the Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime achievement alongside Rita Moreno, Cicely Tyson and other luminaries. The 1967 single is sensual and spiritual; after 48 years, Ms. Franklin felt it more deeply than ever. It was a showstopper at the Kennedy Center — and on … [Read more...] about When Aretha Franklin Brought Down the House at the Kennedy Center
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