I Love Me an NPH Tony Awards Opening Number

I Love Me an NPH Tony Awards Opening Number

The Tonys are really the only awards show worth watching. Movies, music, TV shows are such consumable commodities in comparison to the living, breathing Broadway show. Not only do you need to find yourself in NYC to see these productions, you also need to shell out major dollars and sometimes even wait months to get(…)

Nothing Is Cuter Than Jonathan Groff Performing “Anything Goes”

You may know Jonathan Groff from his role as Jesse St. James from Glee or Melchior Gabor from Spring Awakening, but have you heard of his turn as female nightclub singer Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes? Probably not, because being a handsome dude and all he wouldn’t be cast in that role…UNTIL NOW thanks to MCC(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week

WORK: Kreayshawn, Best Coast, John Maus and more talk about education, recommended reading We <3 Dog Habitat! If you are looking for a little buddy to adopt, they always have amazing dogs available. A list of songs newly banned by the Chinese government. Not so into Gaga, eh? Nitsuh Abebe’s apt assessment of the VMAs.(…)

Book of Mormon? Book of Awesome!

To celebrate the recent birthday of our favorite Swede, PA Jessie and I went with our menfolk to a recent performance of the musical The Book of Mormon. Long-time fans of Matt Parker and Trey Stone’s various creative endeavors, we were pretty jazzed to see what kind of hilarity would ensue when they collaborated with(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week

Art: Scott Campbell: Celebrity tattoo artist and Louis Vuitton collaborator Lego stop-motion animation of “Summer Nights” from Grease Breathtaking photos of pups, penguins and exploration in Antarctica circa 1911 Get a sneak peek into Kiel Mead’s studio Why Ai Weiwei matters Rodarte’s short film: Aanteni Fashion: Hayden-Harnett’s adorable Boat Tote! Stunning Balmain striped sequin dress(…)

Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert

was. epic. Ok well, I didn’t exactly get to see it in person.  But, Nicole and I did go to a sold out showing of the concert movie at an enormous theater in Times Square.  It was one of many sold out one-night-only special concert showings of the concert (you know those “fathom events” that(…)