Afterwards, you’ll “want to talk about gender politics, happy & unhappy endings, the theater of ideas, the beautiful set & costumes, and the wonderful music.”
Perhaps there wasn’t anything like it before; popular with both critics and the public right away, it became an instant classic.
I saw Steve Sandberg and his quartet completely by chance; sometimes I think it’s fun to see musicians totally unfamiliar to me.
The Kentucky Derby — the first leg of America’s three best-known horse races — is sometimes referred to as “The Greatest Two Minute In Sports.”
Currently Caron lives and works in New York City, with her husband Andrew Schupak and son Jett.
With over 10 generations of winemakers in his lineage, David Noto heads Altaneve, which produces ultra-premium DOCG Prosecco, and an ultra-premium Sparkling Rosé.
*** I had never been to any of the Joël Robuchon restaurants, anywhere in the world, before recently trying the new Le Grill de Joël Robuchon (with a bunch of kids on a post-theater trip) and, a few months later, the new L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (with my parents to celebrate my father’s birthday) in … Continue reading Joël Robuchon’s Return to NYC – Our Q&A with Alex Gaudelet, of INVEST HOSPITALITY
*** I heard from Rose Servitova when I published a review of The Making of Jane Austen by Devoney Looser. She then sent me a copy of her Jane Austen-inspired book, an epistolary novel called The Longbourn Letters. An email correspondence followed, and Ms. Servitova kindly agreed to answer some questions for NewsWhistle so our … Continue reading Bromance and Empathy – Our Q&A with Author Rose Servitova
*** After I reviewed The Book of Forgotten Authors, the non-forgotten author, Christopher Fowler, got in touch; we exchanged a few emails about some of our old favorites (including Betty MacDonald, one of my nominees for inclusion in the sequel) and, as I am generally nosy about the creative process, and he is quite courteous, he kindly … Continue reading The Non-Forgotten Author – Our Q&A with Christopher Fowler
Fans of Pride and Prejudice should definitely investigate this unlikely story of meaning, redemption, and human connection.