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The 9 best Airbnbs in Orlando, from a family home with its own arcade to a condo right by Disney Springs

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb Thanks to its world-class theme parks, Orlando is a popular year-round destination.The city can be expensive during peak times, but we found top-rated Airbnbs under $300 per night.Experts and the CDC also say Airbnbs are safer than hotels due to minimized contact with others. Despite the ongoing pandemic, Orlando remains one of the most-visited cities in the United States. The proliferation of wor...
Tags: Florida, Cdc, Disney, Trends, United States, Airbnb, Interior Design, Orlando, Disney World, Ritz, Disney Springs, Winter Park, Airbnbs, Lake Buena Vista, Paul Oswell, Downtown Orlando


Little-Known Hemingway Short Story Published For First Time

“Not seen by many beyond scholars and academics over the last six decades, the story” – “A Room on the Garden Side”, written in 1956 – “takes place in Paris’s Ritz hotel and is narrated by a character called Robert, who shares the author’s own nickname, Papa. Robert and his entourage of soldiers, who are all due to leave the city the next day, drink, quote Baudelaire and debate ‘the dirty trade of war’.”
Tags: Art, Paris, Words, Robert, Ritz, 08.02.18, Garden Side, Papa Robert


Alan Johnson, 81, Choreographer For Broadway And Mel Brooks Movies

“A wiry, calming presence backstage, Mr. Johnson choreographed solo shows and revues for performers including Ann-Margret, Bernadette Peters, Tommy Tune and Shirley MacLaine, who once christened him the ‘heir apparent’ to acclaimed choreographers Michael F. Bennet and Bob Fosse. Yet Mr. Johnson remained best known for his work with Brooks” – the dancing in “Springtime for Hitler” in The Producers, the “Puttin’ on the Ritz” tap dance in Young Frankenstein, Madeline Kahn’s burlesque number in Blaz...
Tags: Art, People, Alan Johnson, Broadway, Hitler, Johnson, Mel Brooks, Shirley Maclaine, Brooks, Ritz, Bob Fosse, Busby Berkeley, Michael F Bennet, 07.10.18, Ann Margret Bernadette Peters Tommy Tune, Frankenstein Madeline Kahn


You're Cellophane!

Not too long ago, I created a Music Man glossary, since that show is so chock-full of period slang and euphemisms. Now, working on Anything Goes, I find the same thing is true. It's part of what make both shows so good -- they create a very real, full world in which these characters exist. And contrary to what a lot of directors and actors think, it is not important for the audience to get every reference; but it is important that the actors get them, so that they can live fully and honestly in...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Usa, England, New York, Hollywood, London, Musicals, Sweden, Washington, France, Wall Street, Wikipedia, Germany, Russia, Berlin


Buy: Brandon Maxwell's "The Panther" Earrings

Brandon Maxwell's collaborative earrings with the Lunch at the Ritz jewelry brand by Zander Elliott shift—legs, tails, head and more—as the wearer moves. There's a ferocious charm to the whole range, sold exclusive on Maxwell's site, but the Panther...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Maxwell, Ritz, Brandon Maxwell, Zander Elliott


First Class Travel, 1930s-Style: What Were the Interiors/Floorplan Like Inside the Hindenburg?

In the 1920s, if you wanted to cross the Atlantic you got on a ship. Then Germany set up the world's first transatlantic air service for passengers, launching the Graf Zeppelin, the world's largest airship at the time. In 1930 it could fly you all the way from Germany to Brazil. You'd leave Friedrichshafen on Saturday night and arrive in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday morning. By 1936 Germany had produced an even bigger blimp, the Hindenburg, which began shuttling passengers, cargo and mail from Fra...
Tags: Design, Germany, New York City, Frankfurt, Atlantic, New Jersey, Paris, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Npr, Hitler, Atlantic Ocean, Interior/exhibition Design, Atlas Obscura, Ritz, Hindenburg


VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Is 'Putin on the Ritz' in Latest Song Parody!

Randy Rainbow takes on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Russia's Vladimir Putin and of course, Donald Trump, in hisnewest song parody, 'Putin and the Ritz' get it - because Trump's orange [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Theatre, Donald Trump, Trump, Jeff, Ritz, Randy Rainbow, BWW News Desk



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