Archive for February 2019

Uniquely British

George Bernard Shaw once quipped that America and England were two countries separated by a common language. At the time, he was talking about vocabulary, grammar, attitude and, of course, accent. But as we learned recently, his much-quoted wisdom applies to food as well. That’s one of the main takeaways from the happy news that…

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Ailey Dance Company’s 60th

If there is such a thing as “blood memory,” as the late choreographer and company founder Alvin Ailey seemed to think, then it would be an impressionistic thing in the extreme. It wouldn’t tell stories with developed characters. It wouldn’t complete thoughts with explicit meanings or messages. It would suggest and evoke, tease and evade.…

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