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What to Read in This Week’s Pretty in Pink Issue

This week we’re tuning into our more romantic side with our Pretty in Pink issue. Here’s what’s coming up: Above: Photograph by Natalie Weiss for Remodelista, from one of our favorite apartment visits of all time: Done/Undone with Clarisse Demory in Paris. A tour of one of the most beautiful guesthouses we’ve seen, in France Our favorite glassware, in shades of rose And, what our editors’ are gifting (and coveting) for Valentines Day In case you missed it this week: What to know about t...
Tags: Books, Instagram, Bali, France, Paris, Airbnb, Table Of Contents, Natalie Weiss, Clarisse Demory


Sink Skirt Revival: 16 Fresh Examples of a New Old Trend

Earlier this month, Julie wrote our annual trend-spotting story, New Directions: 11 Interiors Trends for 2019. On the list: sink skirts. Here, we’ve culled from our archives our favorite examples of the trend, an old design trick that suddenly feels fresh again. Above: A minimalist white sink skirt conceals storage space in this airy Fire Island beach house owned by Ann Stephenson and Lori Scacco. Photograph by Kate Sears, from Bookmark for Next Summer: 7 Storage Ideas to Steal from a High/Lo...
Tags: Books, England, London, Diy, Matthew Williams, Brooklyn, Paris, Netherlands, Mark Lewis, Hackney, Sinks, Sri Lanka, Valentin, Julie, Elizabeth Roberts, Dustin Aksland


DIY: Wire Garland from Found Objects

By now, you probably know about my obsession with the work and lifestyle of French ceramicist Cécile Daladier; while visiting her in the south of Paris several years ago, a delicate, decorated loop of wire in the corner of her studio caught my eye. Daladier made her garland from a utilitarian loop of wire from the hardware store that she flecked with tiny scraps of fabric. Her project made me suddenly remember a small cardboard box wedged in the back of my closet full of fabric scraps (the resul...
Tags: Books, Diy, France, Uncategorized, Paris, Natalie Weiss, Art & Decoration, Alexa Hotz, Holiday Decor, Garlands, Cécile Daladier, Travels with an Editor, Daladier


The Broadwaysted Podcast Breaks Down the Booze with Riff-Master Natalie Weiss

Sit Down, John It's the 4th of July and we're celebrating the birth of our nation with the riff-tacular beltress, Natalie Weiss This week we're pouring out booze with seltzer and a 'varietal' of limes while Natalie tells us about her guilty pleasure TV show, her love of BRIGHT STAR, and the way she surprised her Mother with a message from Hugh Jackman. [Author: Broadwaysted]
Tags: Theatre, Hugh Jackman, Natalie, Natalie Weiss, Broadwaysted


VIDEO: Natalie Weiss and Brad Greer Duet on 'You Matter To Me' from WAITRESS

Below, watch Natalie Weiss and Brad Greer duet on 'You Matter To Me' from WAITRESS [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, Natalie Weiss, Brad Greer Duet, Brad Greer


BREAKING DOWN THE RIFFS Returns with Natalie Weiss and Guest, Avery Wilson!

Dying for a new episode ofBREAKING DOWN THE RIFFS Well today is your luck day, because YouTube sensation and Broadway vetNatalie Weissis back after a year-long hiatus Below, watch asNatalie breaks down FantasiawithAvery Wilson [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BroadwayWorld TV, Natalie Weiss


VIDEO: KINKY BOOTS Alum Jake Odmark Shares A Cappella Cover of WAR IS OVER Featuring Natalie Weiss!

If there's anything everyone can agree on about 2016, it's that it was rough. As the contentious year comes to a close, many artists are turning to the holidays as a time to spread rejuvenation and hope. This week, the a cappella group ChorusCalls, led by former Kinky Boots and Spiderman Turn Off the Dark cast member Jake Odmark, released a cover of John Lennon's classic call for peace, War is Over. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: John Lennon, Theatre, Kinky Boots, BWW News Desk, Natalie Weiss


Expert Advice: How to Layer Scent in the Home, Enigma Edition

When we asked San Francisco designer Matt Dick if he’d share his tips on layering scent in the home, he wrote back immediately: “Happy to unfurl some smoke on the subject,” he said. Certain elements in a home create mood: lighting, texture, color. But now another element—scent—is becoming the new mood-setting amenity (case in point: the New York Times‘ piece last month). Here, the designer behind SF-based Small Trade Company on what scents to use where, how to create subtlety, and starter ideas ...
Tags: Books, San Francisco, Cologne, New York Times, Paris, Candles, Kashmir, Dick, Expert Advice, Aesop, Don, Copal, Santa Maria Novella, Fiore, Home Inspiration, Natalie Weiss


Natalie Weiss to Join Jonathan Reid Gealt at the London Hippodrome 2/16/2017

Club 11 London and The Hippodrome are pleased to announce american composer Jonathan Reid Gealt is returning to London on16th February 2017at his first concert at the London Hippodrome Casino. He will be joined by Natalie Weiss, Craig Colton, Rebecca Trehearn and Andy Coxon along side the Club 11 London band, lead by Marc McBride. Other guests are to be announced. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: London, Theatre, BWW News Desk, Natalie Weiss


What's going on Saturday?

Tonight's NYC-area shows include the New York Comedy Festival, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, Beef Jerk, Crying/Radiator Hospital, Screaming Females, and more. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, New York, Brooklyn, Music News, Natalie Weiss, Larkin Grimm, What's Going on Tonight in NYC, BrooklynVegan Staff, Daisy Press


It turns out Stranger Things’ Gaten Matarazzo has a gorgeous voice

You may remember Gaten Matarazzo from his scene-stealing turn as Dustin on Stranger Things. But it turns out Matarazzo also has an impressive Broadway pedigree and a gorgeous voice to match. The 13-year-old actor has previously appeared in Broadway productions of Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Les Misérables. Here he is singing “Bring Him Home” from the latter show at a karaoke event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvEmQK2GX3w And that's not the only video to capture Matarazzo's lovely vo...
Tags: Post, News, Broadway, Bruno Mars, Jesus, Les Miserables, National Anthem, V Club, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Dustin, Stranger Things, Natalie Weiss


STAGE TUBE: David Perlman & Natalie Weiss Spin 'All By Myself' in MOSTLY FUNNY SONGS

David Perlman Baby It's You, Yank, Madagascar Live, and other shows without exclamation points returnedto Feinstein's54 Below last week for his solo concert debut of MOSTLY FUNNY SONGS. The show featured guest starNatalie Weiss Breaking Down the Riffs, Les Miserables, Everyday Rapture. The pair put a spin on 'All By Myself' by Eric Carmen sung in the style of Celine Dion - check it out below [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Celine Dion, Feinstein, Eric Carmen, David Perlman, Stage Tube, Natalie Weiss


Cabaret News: Yank! Star David Perlman to Play Solo Concert Mostly Funny Songs

Melanie Brook and Natalie Weiss will appear as special guests.
Tags: Theatre, David Perlman, Natalie Weiss


STAGE TUBE: Natalie Weiss Plays 'Heads Up' on THE TYLER MOUNT VLOG

Popular Broadway Youtube personality, Tyler Mount, recently welcomed Breaking Down the Riff's creator NATALIE WEISS, for the latest episode of his web series, THE TYLER MOUNT VLOG. Below, catch the YouTube star discussing how her popular series got its start, advice to aspiring performers, and of course, a hilarious game of 'Heads Up'. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Tyler Mount, Stage Tube, Natalie Weiss


One look at the future

I'm delighted -- amazed, thrilled, just over the moon -- about next season's programs at the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the first season under the orchestra's new conductor, Alan Pierson. Talk about the future of classical music! Pierson, an indie classical musician known for conducting Alarm Will Sound, a pretty astounding new music ensemble, is shaping the orchestra's season almost entirely around Brooklyn composers and Brooklyn communities:In this debut "reboot" season, the Brooklyn Phil features...
Tags: New York, New York City, US, America, Chicago, Sufjan Stevens, David, Atlantic, Brooklyn, New York Times, Brighton, Beethoven, Richard Rogers, Dublin, Rolling Stone, Brothers Grimm