Leaving an umbrella in a taxi? Forgivable
This highly anticipated film has been on the works since 2010, with a maligned production that has seen creative clashes, casting revamps and the firing of its original director. The …
A look here, port de bras there, the timing is off as they prepare to jeté in unison, they need to start again, just a few beats back. David Hallberg, 36, and Natalia Osipova, 32, are in the studio running the famous bench scene in Giselle over and over with ballet mistress Irina Kolpakova—their only rehearsal before dancing lead roles in the American Ballet Theatre production, which they’re dancing together tonight only. The exhaustion is palpable as they pause between reps, breathless and sweaty, but they choose to laugh during hiccups, teasing each other before hitting the choreography full throttle, no residue from the minute prior
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Everyone likes to feel like they have a legacy, nobody wants to shuffle off the mortal coil without leaving a mark on the world. The pyramids, great works of literature, ..
For those who are sick of dating apps, Helmut Lang is using an old-school tactic to help NYC singles find their matches, while simultaneously promoting their pre-fall line. The brand has never been afraid to experiment—Lang was the first designer to release a collection on the Internet as well as the first designer to advertise on top of New York taxi cabs —and this time around, the city-based label has recruited 12 single New Yorkers to pose for ads, clad in the latest collection. Each ad features the person’s name, age, and a blurb about what they’re looking for in a suitor.
With her first album as Petal, Kiley Lotz announced herself as a songwriter with preternatural ability to explore immense love and immense pain. The record was, after all, named Shame , and its slow-burning indie rock songs depicted the trials of caring for others and yourself. But on its successor, Magic Gone , Lotz has swapped shame for a purifying anger, resulting in some of her most powerful and intimate music yet.
The Eurovision Song Contest – yep, that bizarre anachronism that’s been running since 1956 – is still a thing.
Before we explore the fact that R Kelly is just so much human garbage, let’s get this out of the way: ‘Ignition (Remix)’ is a jam.
You’re scuba-diving some 40 metres underwater – already a situation fraught with danger – when looming out of the deep comes… Jason Voorhees! It’s the kind of bizarre situation that … Read more The post Ohmygod Jason Voorhees lives at a popular scuba-diving site appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people