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No matter how big or small your house is, these extendable tables will fit them all

It takes a lot of confidence to claim to have made the best table in the world. I guess that confidence comes in part from having the most successful furniture Kickstarter project of all time. Meet the Transformer Table, a table that goes from being 18 inches in length, to 10 feet long, expanding nearly 7 times in the process to fit everyone from a bachelor to a couple, to an entire dinner party filled with guests.Now in its third iteration, the Transformer Table is longer, sturdier, easier to...
Tags: Deals, Facebook, Design, Furniture, Ikea, Shop, Product Design, Multifunctional, MDF, Arctic White, Transformer Table 3.0, Melamine Space Saving Adjustable


VIDEO: Find Out How Disney on Broadway Makes Magic on GOOD MORNING AMERICA

Tony Award-winning producer Thomas Schumacher goes behind the scenes of some of Disney's most beloved musicals in his new book, 'How Does The Show Go On' [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Disney, Broadway, Tony Award, Stage Tube, Thomas Schumacher


David Harbour, Patrick Wilson And More Join 19th Annual 24 HOUR PLAYS Gala

Today, The 24 Hour Plays announced a new crop of participants who will honor Academy Award-winning actor Kathy Bates at the 19th Annual The 24 Hour Plays Broadway Gala. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Kathy Bates, BWW News Desk, David Harbour Patrick Wilson


Goat Hill Autumn Vista

Painting is nothing and everything at the same time. Taking color from nature and making it real onto the canvas. Making something from nothing. It can be considered magical or impossible. Being human makes it possible for us to do a painting or anything creative at that. I visited the highest point of Lambertville, a park with a road called “Goat Hill”. Walking through the forest on a trail, I could reach the top of the hill in just half an hour from my house. I took pics of the vist...
Tags: Art, Autumn, Plein Air, Delaware River, Lambertville, Hunterdon County, North America 2019


tick, tick... BOOM Netflix Adaptation Adds Alexandra Shipp, Vanessa Hudgens, Robin de Jesus

Deadline reports that Alexandra Shipp, Vanessa Hudgens, and Robin de Jesus have joined the cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda's upcoming Netflix adaptation of Jonathan Larson's 'tick, tick... BOOM' Andrew Garfield will star as Jon. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Andrew Garfield, Jon, Jonathan Larson, Lin Manuel Miranda, TV News Desk, Robin De Jesus, Alexandra Shipp Vanessa Hudgens Robin de Jesus, Alexandra Shipp Vanessa Hudgens


Hot Take: Just enlarge the camera bump and turn the smartphone into a handycam already…

This piece isn’t really about the camera in the article, but is rather a point I’m trying to make through this camera concept that popped up while I was searching the internet for content. Just to satisfy your own curiosity, this is the Girls Night Out camera, created by Youmeus Design as a commissioned work for Lumix in 2011, when the smartphones were thicc enough to not have those godawful camera bulges.Fast-forward to today, present-day-2019. Phones are getting thinner, but cameras larger. Th...
Tags: Design, Smartphone, Cameras, Cellphones, Editorial, Product Design, Lumix, Handycam, YD Talks, Hot Take, Youmeus Design, Camera Bump, Girls Night Out Camera


Mark Morris’s Rollicking New Memoir

“I was never ashamed of being a sissy, and I wore the bullying as a badge of honor,” he writes. “I knew what was going on and I knew who I was, so I took care of myself by being funny. Nevertheless, every solo I made up in the first part of my career was a humiliation dance in one way or another.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Dance, Mark Morris, 11.04.19


Photo Flash: The Stars of THE LITTLE MERMAID LIVE Walk the Turquoise Carpet!

The stars of The Wonderful World of Disney presents The Little Mermaid Live celebrated the upcoming live musical event on the turquoise carpet on Monday, Nov. 4, in Burbank, California. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Burbank California, BWW News Desk


Jessica Chastain Joins LOSING CLEMENTINE

Deadline reports that Jessica Chastain has joined upcoming dramedy 'Losing Clementine.' Chastain plays a troubled artist. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Theatre, Clementine, TV News Desk, Clementine Chastain


The Arepas That Transport One Venezuelan Performance Artist Back Home

Migguel Anggelo shares the recipe for a dish he ate growing up on his family’s farm.
Tags: Food, Art, News, Theater, Joe's Pub, Migguel Anggelo, Migguel, Anggelo


Vanity Fair Profiles New Work by Glenn Kaino and Olympian Tommie Smith

Artist Glenn Kaino is collaborating in a new project with athlete Tommie Smith, famed for the Black Power salute he gave during the 1968 Olympics. “The category of that time was status quo,” Smith says. “Back in 1968, the need was for young people, especially young black men, to take a stand on issues which had not […]
Tags: Art, News, Smith, Art News, Minipost, Tommie Smith, Black Power, Glenn Kaino


Carol Burnett Joins MAD ABOUT YOU Revival

Deadline reports that stage and screen legend Carol Burnett will reprise her role in the upcoming Spectrum Original 'Mad About You' revival. Burnett plays Theresa Semple, Jamie Helen Hunt's mom. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Carol Burnett, BURNETT, TV News Desk, Theresa Semple Jamie Helen Hunt


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, ASHLAND, OR

Oregon Shakespeare Festival invites applicants and nominations for this leadership position at one of nation’s leading regional theatres. The Executive Director will join Artistic Director Nataki Garrett in a co-leadership role to guide OSF’s vision and strategy. OSF has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead this search, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://tinyurl.com/OSF-ED-Profile The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF...
Tags: Art, Europe, Jobs, Oregon, America, West, United States, Shakespeare, Msn, Board, Thomas, Cascade, Garrett, Ashland, Rogue Valley, Siskiyou


Jean-Paul Dubois Wins Goncourt, France’s Top Literary Prize

Published in August, Mr. Dubois’s novel “Tous les hommes n’habitent pas le monde de la même façon” (“All Men Do Not Live in the Same Way”) is a story narrated by a man languishing in a Canadian prison for an unknown crime. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, France, Words, Dubois, 11.04.19, Jean Paul Dubois


BWW TV: Solea Pfeiffer Performs 'Rainbow High' in Rehearsals for EVITA at New York City Center

What's new, City Center We're getting a look inside rehearsals for New York City Center's upcoming gala presentation of the legendary musical Evita Check out this video to hear Solea Pfeiffer perform the show's classic song 'Rainbow High' alongside the show's ensemble. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, New York City Center, BroadwayWorld TV, Solea Pfeiffer


Join His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan for the CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR STARRING THE RADIO CITY ROCKETTES

Join His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the Radio City Rockettes on Monday, November 4, 2019 as they welcome the camels, sheep and donkey back to Radio City Music Hall for their starring role in the 'Living Nativity' scene in the 2019 production of the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes, presented by Chase. Cardinal Dolan will bless the animals before they enter Radio City for their first day of rehearsals. The beloved 'Living Nativity' scene has been a part of the prod...
Tags: Theatre, Dolan, Radio City Rockettes, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, BWW News Desk, THE RADIO CITY ROCKETTES


Conspiracy Theories Helped Us Survive. Lately, They’re More Problematic

“Particularly in the past few years, conspiracy theories have been omnipresent on the internet and in social media. These modern forms of communication allow conspiracy theories to spread faster than ever, and make it easy for like-minded people to connect and form online echo chambers. As a result, the flat-Earth movement – endorsing the conspiracy theory that the Earth is actually flat and that scientists have been lying to the public for more than 500 years – is now an organised societ...
Tags: Art, Earth, Ideas, 11.03.19


Architectural critic: Embodied energy matters

Architects ignore it. "Heads of sustainability" ignore it. Critics have ignored it, but this may be changing.
Tags: Design, News


Vinyl Music Is Outselling CDs. Why?

Vinyl sales have been surging in the last few years, as CD sales stay flat and . In the United Kingdom, data from 2016 And in the United States, LP sales are on par with the sales of CDs. – The Conversation
Tags: Art, Music, United States, United Kingdom, 11.03.19


Is The “Crisis” In The Humanities Because They’re In The Wrong Zip Code?

Without the blunt, binaristic borders between zones — humanities versus sciences, humanities versus social sciences — the disciplines could connect across the much more complex and multifarious surfaces and interfaces they have with each other. Scholars could interact with their counterparts in all fields without the burdensome assumption that they represent more — an entire community more — than their specific area of expertise. – Inside Higher Ed
Tags: Art, Ideas, 11.04.19


National Gallery of Canada Appoints Kitty Scott as Chief Curator

The National Gallery of Canada has tapped Kitty Scott as deputy director and chief curator. “It is exciting to have Kitty Scott return to the National Gallery of Canada at a moment when we are re-engaging with our mandate in new, bold ways,” says director and CEO Sasha Suda. “Kitty’s depth of experience, both nationally and internationally, and her […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, National Gallery of Canada, Kitty Scott, National Gallery of Canada Appoints Kitty Scott, Sasha Suda `` Kitty


Modernica Taps Cleon Peterson for 30th Anniversary Furniture

Two limited edition pieces adorned with the artist's 2019 piece "Land of Shadows" Since 1989, Modernica has offered design-forward products of the utmost quality. At their family-owned factory in Vernon, California, ceramic goods and furniture are manufactured using many of the same tools and processes employed in the ’50s and ’60s. Though they’re perhaps best known for revitalizing the fiberglass molding process for their iconic …
Tags: Art, Design, La, Los Angeles, Anniversary, Furniture, Artists, Chairs, Modern, Decor, Collaborations, Modernica, Made In Usa, Lounges, Cleon Peterson, Vernon California


BWW Exclusive: Go Speed-Dating with the Company of NYGASP's THE MIKADO!

There is nothing like blind dating in NYC, particularly when those dates are with the characters from the absurd word of Gilbert Sullivan Broadway World gets a first-look exclusive at New York Gilbert Sullivan Players' all-new content featuring many recognizable characters and songs from their critically acclaimed production ofThe Mikado, returning to The Kaye Playhouse at 68th between Park and Lexington this Dec 27-January 5. Stay tuned throughout the next two months as more scenes are revealed...
Tags: Theatre, Park, Lexington, Gilbert Sullivan, Kaye Playhouse, Broadway World, Stage Tube, New York Gilbert Sullivan Players


Photo Flash: Get A First Look At Antonio Banderas In A CHORUS LINE

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production of A CHORUS LINE now on stage in Spain, co-directed by and starring Antonio Banderas [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Spain, Antonio Banderas, BroadwayWorld, BWW News Desk


BWW TV Exclusive: The Great Facts of THE GREAT SOCIETY- Gordon Clapp on J. Edgar Hoover

BroadwayWorld is checking in with the cast to uncover some little known facts about the political giants they play onstage. Today, watch as Gordon Clappgives us a lesson on J. Edgar Hoover. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, J Edgar Hoover, BroadwayWorld TV, Gordon Clapp, Gordon Clappgives


Why Helsinki’s New Public Library Might Be The Best In The World

The central library is built to serve as a kind of citizenship factory, a space for old and new residents to learn about the world, the city, and each other. It’s pointedly sited across from (and at the same level as) the Finnish Parliament House that it shares a public square with. – CityLab
Tags: Art, Words, Helsinki, 11.01.19, Finnish Parliament House


This armchair is actually made up of 3 separate chairs stacked together

Designed for people who enjoy solitary life but also love entertaining guests, the Social Chair by Yvonne Hung explores a new way to stack furniture. The chair’s design looks like a quirky armchair but look closer and you’ll see that each armrest is in fact a part of a separate chair. Disassemble the Social Chair and you’ve got one chair that turns into three separate seating devices for you and your guests! Dock them back and they come together to form one single armchair yet again! It’s lovely...
Tags: Design, Stackable, Product Design, Seating, Armchair, Armrest, Yvonne Hung, Social Chair, Three Chairs


Getty Museum Reopens After Fire

Following several days of closure due to savage wildfires, the Getty has reopened.  The institution had shuttered as the hills nearby were covered in brushfires. Read more at Art News    
Tags: Art, News, Getty, Art News, Minipost, Getty Museum Reopens After Fire


Concert Version of LES MISERABLES to be Broadcast Live in U.S. Cinemas on December 2

For one night only, Cameron Mackintosh's spectacular sell-out staged concert version of Boublil Schnberg's legendary musical,Les Misrables a The Staged Concertwill bebroadcast live in cinemas across North America on Monday, December 2from the Gielgud Theatre in London, with encore screenings taking place on Sunday, December 8. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: London, Theatre, North America, Les Miserables, Cameron Mackintosh, TV News Desk, Les Misrables, Gielgud Theatre, Boublil Schnberg


John Cameron Mitchell Teams With Eyelids for a Lou Reed Tribute EP for His Sick Mother

John Cameron Mitchellhas teamed up with Eyelids to record an EP ofLou Reedcovers, and theproceeds of the EP will go towards Mitchell's mom'sAlzheimer's care. They also released an animated video for aoeWaves of Fear.a [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, John Cameron Mitchell, Mitchell, TV News Desk, John Cameron Mitchellhas



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