On February 1, 1961 “The Misfits” was released. The film, written by Arthur Miller and directed by John Huston, starred both Hollywood superstars Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable. 95 more words
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By Fiona Tedds, Editor at Large
A cheeky chat with one of our friends, British actor, Mark Strong.
Traveling around the world for numerous acting roles, Mark Strong has encountered all kinds of strange anomalies in local habits, but none quite as rigorous as those of the New York Department of Sanitation. 261 more words
‘A View from the Bridge’ by Arthur Miller is a 20th century tragedy set in Brooklyn during the aftermath of World War II, where 1950’s America is still suffering the fallout. 2,978 more words
There is a claim that Albert Einstein had this statement pinned outside of his office; “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” … 131 more words
“It’s a treat to be here tonight,” New York governor Andrew M. Cuomo said from the stage of Broadway’s Lyceum Theater. “I’ve been shoveling snow for two days.” 321 more words