Shuffle under some Star of David stained glass windows and a rack of prayer shawls in a corner of the off-Broadway Actors Temple Theatre for this high-volume command at the start of its latest show: “Strap in! Strap on! And if it vibrates, put it between your legs!” There may not be enough exclamation points – or groans, depending on your fan status – for Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey (Unauthorised) Musical Parody, one of a few stage spoofs to take on the naughty books in song, and the first to hit New York.
The name Tony Joe White may not ring a bell, maybe not even his moniker, The Swamp Fox, but chances are you’re familiar with a lot of the songs he’s written.
If your Using Orbits to book your next trip, you’ll want to consider carefully before closing the deal from your iPad, all things are not equal between Mac and PC users are shown the more pricey hotels first while the travel site assumes PC users are less concerned about where they stay and more […]
Windows 8 is here and with Big Changes Microsoft has released its new OS, and with it come some drastic changes. Optimized to compete with the iPad, the new operating system interface with touch screen computers, but the makers say not to worry if you still prefer a more traditional computer because […]
Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive it.Malachi 3:10. This ancient text on tithing still looks sensible to Quaker Perry Hayden, an energetic mill executive of Tecumseh, Mich.
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It may be a functional space, but that hasn’t stopped designers and architects from turning the humble toilet into a room of surprises.
Over my morning coffee , I read the news this week that a battle is brewing between Starbucks and McDonald’s. According to the story, McDonald’s is planning to capitalize on the public’s willingness to pay $4 for a cup of coffee by hiring baristas and dropping espresso machines in 14,000 of their fast-food outlets.
The campaign leading to Singapore’s May 7 general election had the trappings of a larger political drama.
THE Supreme Court had forbidden it, but they prayed defiantly in a school in Netcong, N.J., reading the morning invocation from the Congressional Record. In the state legislatures, they introduced more than 100 Draconian bills to put down campus dissent.