Two components, long since bound together, rarely come apart without some resistance.
An old stain needs scrubbing. An old lock, prizing. A long held union much “conscious uncoupling.” 757 more words
It is a great pleasure to revel in the worlds that Tennessee Williams creates. His characters are indelible and his language luscious. Whether his plays were commercial hits or failures, there is always something that moves an audience. 838 more words
“What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?” While the cat’s case is less clear, there are many victories to be found in Antaeus Theatre Company’s take on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Tennessee Williams classic… 767 more words
Diana Ross is turning 73 today. As a child, she lived in the same Detroit neighborhood as Smokey Robinson for a few years. At the age of 15 she joined an all-female singing group called the Primettes; within a little over a year they had won a talent competition, auditioned successfully for Motown, and changed the group’s name to The Supremes. 1,404 more words
Louis L’Amour (b. March 22, 1908, Jamestown, ND; d. June 10, 1988, Los Angeles, CA)