Shrum and Lowry hear two "sighs of relief" in Iowa -- from HRC, because two straight losses would've been awful, and from Lowry, because Iowa vindicated his gutsy National Review issue denouncing Trump. Also: There's now a sense that Clinton's rising in NH, while Rubio's robotry reveals someone more callow than charismatic.
Welcome to the table one that will soon be the new Queen of hip-hop if she stays the course -- Lady Leshurr.
As I stood outside of a completely nondescript door, I couldn't help but think back to how excited and unprepared I was for my first experience with immersive theatre. Now I stood outside of the door for The Grand Paradise as excited as I'd be if an old friend were on the other side.
Buying real estate in Manhattan is like nowhere else in the country -- it's competitive, and in short supply. So, when you make the decision that you'd like to buy a home here, make sure you are well prepared to be a shrewd player in this crazy market.
We, young professionals, are an anxious, anxious group of kids. More than a decade of high-pressured test taking developed within us a compulsion to prove ourselves to ourselves and to others.
Last week I phoned my mother to see how things were going and she reported that my father was up on a ladder, shoveling snow off the roof -- which is a dicey thing for anybody to do, but at the time my father was a few days shy of his 90th birthday.
Cariou no longer has his second- or third-age voice. The sixth-age one, however, is well worth hearing. The veteran performer continues to exert masterful control over the lines in Shakespeare plays.
Earlier this month New York city council speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito co-hosted her final community meeting for residents of Spanish Harlem concerned about the city's housing plans.
I am privileged to represent a congressional district that has been historically recognized as the epicenter of Black culture and politics. Our legendary neighborhood gave birth to the Harlem Renaissance, which has forever transformed the American fabric. We are fortunate to have dedicated people and organizations promoting our legacy.
Cancer is a disease that has impacted many of us in some way, shape or form. It doesn't discriminate and knows no borders. And yet, the fight against cancer looks very different in some parts of the world than in others.
We are now back to where we started in 1996, except this time we know what happens when we embrace failed drug war tactics -- it's time for a new approach.