Not everyone likes to read romance. In fact, a lot of people like to poke fun at the genre and those who enjoy it. Then there are others who pretend they don't read it, or those who actually do read it, but only to talk about how much they didn't like it.
he more modest features these hotels offer include steamy whirlpool tubs or intimacy kits in the minibars, while more elaborate options include rooms equipped with erotic photographs, rotating beds, and mirrored ceilings.
Almost a century after the height of the charismatic preacher's career, Sister Aimee's namesake and notorious reputation has traveled from Los Angeles to Broadway in "Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson."
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Hurricane Sandy is long gone after having cost Broadway an estimated $8 million in lost revenue. But the losses are still piling up for a couple of high-profile shows, including "Scandalous" and "Chaplin," which have been flooded with red ink since their respective openings.
Gifford said that Broadway was badly hit by Hurricane Sandy and that many of the new shows did not recover. "I just want
The Broadway grosses have recently told me two things. First, Kathie Lee Gifford is not a very good salesperson. Second, not everyone in the world is going to see Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, even though everyone in the world should be.
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Some things are indisputable. August Wilson is on the short list of America's greatest playwrights (along with Eugene O'Neill, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller and Edward Albee). And Signature Theatre has a special affinity for his work.
"Kathie Lee Gifford's overblown but undercooked singing bio could have used Sister Aimee's curative abilities," the New York
"Billy Graham would make a very bad musical," she said in interview. "I consider myself blessed to know him as a friend, but
But I’m happy to do it also, because I have a new [take] on what my songs are about and what they mean to me at my particular
It's hard getting money for a Broadway musical. So ridiculously rich people need to be involved. Long ago the wealthy were often content to act as nameless investors; now they increasingly want a producing credit.
When I think about the famous women, like Jennifer Lopez, who many of us look up to as sensual and sexual icons, most are considered scandalous in some form or fashion.
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If John Edwards was going to come clean he needed to do it fully, not with half-statements and half-truths. I don't want to hear his gratuitous proclamations that he is willing to take a paternity test.
Turns out, as some outlets later discovered, the "mystic" was an actor named Maxie Santillan Jr., who has appeared on CSI
From Thursday's NY Post: Jeremy Piven doesn't seem to know he has a serious girlfriend. The "Entourage" star, who's suppos
If you don't recognize that African-American actor standing between Jack Black and Ben Stiller, there's a good reason: He's
Friends of the Earth said it was 'obscene' to waste so much fuel flying an almost empty plane The latest "eco- scandal" flight