The Museum of Fine Arts St. Pete is holding its first dance party in more than two years on Friday, inspired by its latest art exhibit, Gio Swaby: Fresh Up.
The far right is calling for civil war after the FBI raid on Trump's home. Experts say that fight wouldn't look like the last one.
"People's sense of the civil and civic ways of resolving disputes" is "out the window," Fiona Hill told Insider, warning of the potential for "civil conflict."
- The Daily Beast
GettyUnder the darkness of night while the people of Konstanz, Germany, slept, a 29.5-foot-tall statue weighing 18 tons was brought to the port and erected in mid-August 1993. The statue and its design were created by sculptor Peter Lenk and remained physically “under wrap” for five days until April 24 when it was unveiled.People gathered in the harbor that day and bit by bit, the dark wrapping around the statue revealed a striking woman with a large bosom barely hidden by her dress. More scanda
- Architectural Digest
The building’s unique curtain wall facade offers magnificent views of the Hudson River
- Detroit Free Press
The Tempts' Otis Williams was joined by Motown peers and fans as his musical life played out onstage in a red-carpet night at the Detroit Opera House.
- Detroit Free Press
Archeologists unearthed cufflinks dating back to 1781 on Wednesday at Colonial Michilimackinac
“Into the Woods,” the acclaimed New York City Center Encores! production of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical, will extend performances through Oct. 16 with a largely new ensemble. Joining the production are Stephanie J. Block as the Baker’s Wife (replacing Sara Bareilles), Sebastian Arcelus as the Baker (replacing Brian d’Arcy James), Krysta Rodriguez […]
- Associated Press
The Comedy Central staple about four bratty, perpetually bundled-up youngsters in an unhinged Colorado cartoon town celebrated its silver anniversary by trundling along, fueled by poo jokes and razor-sharp social satire. Just some of its targets over the years include religions like Christianity, Islam and Scientology as well as climate change deniers, cryptocurrencies, Phil Collins, Tiger Woods, smoking bans, “Game of Thrones” and pedophiles. To celebrate the series’ 25th birthday, Parker and Stone have returned to Colorado with a concert filmed at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre near Denver, headlined by Primus and alternative rockers Ween.
- The Herald News
Pete Souza, a Dartmouth native and former photographer for President Obama, was in New Bedford. Zeiterion staff hinted at a possible upcoming event.
Like the sharp-witted, no-filter Mary Flynn, the role she created in Broadway’s “Merrily We Roll Along,” Ann Morrison doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable truths. “Good truth is uncomfortable,” says Morrison. “It allows itself to be vulnerable. If everyone likes my show, then I’m doing something wrong.” So far, everyone seems to not just like, but […]
- The Independent
Production will ‘question the gender binary’
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo shared the news with fans on the band's official Discord server
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Isis Theatre, located in Fort Worth’s Stockyards, was originally shuttered in 1988. Following its reopening last summer, the owners are still trying to get the word out.
- The Independent
Lara Ricote: ‘I won the Funny Women award on a terrible day – I had gotten my hearing aids stuck in my ear’
INTERVIEW: The brilliant new stand-up is making her Fringe debut this month. She talks to Isobel Lewis about growing up in Mexico, discovering improv in Amsterdam and why she’s taking the financial risk of going to Edinburgh
Could audiences for shows, concerts and other indoor events soon have the option to attend select performances where masks are required as a COVID-19 safety protocol?
- The Telegraph
Scottish dramatist David Greig – author of the stage adaptation of Dr Seuss’s famous children’s book The Lorax and the gloriously titled The Cosmonaut’s Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union – is one of the most prolific and eclectic contemporary playwrights. His latest work, Under Another Sky, may well have created a new theatrical genre all of its own: namely, the 21st-century Roman history road trip romcom.
The musical epic represents a summary statement from the visionary anime director devoted to honoring marginalized people.
- The Daily Telegram
“Anything Goes” is a glorious celebration of all that’s great about early-to-mid-20th century American musical theater, and the Croswell’s production of it is terrific on all levels.
- The Desert Sun
The exhibition, which is the second iteration of the museum's artists-in-residency program, opens Aug. 6.
Shereene Idriss, aka @Pillowtalkderm, has amassed an art collection in her Manhattan practice — including pieces painted by the dermatologist herself.
- The Standard-Times
New Bedford Free Public Library is working with photographer Phil Mello to create an online catalogue of all its art to offer as a new resource.