First, she reviewed the lemon cookies and noted that these were her favorite. “In usual Tate’s style the texture of the cookie is thin and crisp,” she explained. “The Lemon flavor is so vibrant, refreshing, and pleasant. I could also taste the delicious signature Tate’s butter cookie taste.” … [Read more...] about Tate’s Has 2 New Cookie Flavors and You Can Order Them Online
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Beckham has a lot to be thankful for this year. Her oldest son, Brooklyn, 18, started college in New York City, and while she teared up at saying goodbye to him in August, she was also very happy for her son. … [Read more...] about Victoria Beckham Gets Into the Holiday Spirit by ‘Dressing Up’ as a Turkey
Bernie Sanders, who are you endorsing for the 2020 presidential election? Bernie? Oh, man, he has AirPods in — he can’t hear us! The Vermont senator popped open his AirPods to do an exclusive interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert after suspending his presidential campaign Wednesday, April 9. Sanders, who is shifting focus to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, talked about the need for universal health care, voters’ rights to protection, and what he thinks former vice-president Joe Biden could do to win over the Bernie bros (and the Bernie young women and young POC). But don’t call it an endorsement. Sanders shied away from making a “full-throated” endorsement of Biden. “Well, that, we’re gonna be talking to Joe and we are,” Sanders replied. “We’re talking to his team of advisors. But what I have said and I’ll tell you this, what I’ve said from the first day that I announced my intention to run for … [Read more...] about Bernie Sanders Avoids Endorsing Joe Biden on
And so, in a very real sense, does the fate of Broadway — the other Broadway, the one that’s defined not by new plays and musicals that come and go or, if they’re very lucky, come and don’t go, but by the seemingly permanent parts of the mid-Manhattan landscape. They’re much of the reason that Broadway generated more than $1.8 billion in revenue and filled 14.7 million seats last season. They’re the shows your cousin who almost never makes it to New York wants to see and won’t be talked out of even if you say, “Oh, but there’s this great thing from Sweden at BAM right now.” Pedestrians who walk down West 49th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue have been passing under the Chicago logo on the Ambassador Theatre’s marquee since it moved there in 2003. That was the same year Wicked opened at the Gershwin; it has been nourishing a nation of aspiring teenage Elphabas (and their gay BFFs, the Fiyeros) ever since, its … [Read more...] about How Can Broadway Recover From This Pandemic?