The New York Times Arts & Leisure (08 May 2016)

Evaluation: Sunday's Arts and relaxation is a weekly paper-magazine complement to the recent York instances. What you could look forward to finding on Broadway, in museums, live performance halls and on gigantic and small monitors. Theater. Dance. artwork. song. videos. Books. tv. All here

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In the fall of 2014, in a vast conference hall in the Ritz Carlton’s Abama resort, a terra cotta red Moorish-styled compound, Garik Israelian, a Canarian astrophysicist, stood before 600 science aficionados from all over the world, with music from Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” blasting from speakers all around. A few hundred yards away, the Atlantic crashed into jet-black rocks and split the blazing afternoon sunlight into spray diamonds, but down in the conference room, travelers from as far away as Canada and China couldn’t have cared less about sun and sea.

I found the Brazilians to be incredibly open. ” It’s usually the less visited, less glamorous places where it’s easiest to meet people. Or it could be in an out-of-the-way place in a popular country like France or Italy. In an era of instant communication, is it harder to experience the heightened appreciation of one’s home, another of your joys? The distance from home is shorter. I feel sorry for young travelers today who probably won’t experience that feeling of going somewhere and feeling completely cut off from everyone they know and being in a new place where they are on their own and have to fend for themselves.

Blanchard said. “ ‘Ferris Bueller’ is timeless,” he said. ” The Hughes family has endorsed the event, Mr. Blanchard said, and family members, along with some of the cast PARAMOUNT PICTURES Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller, crashing a parade in the 1986 film. — among them Cindy Pickett (who played Katie Bueller), Lyman Ward (Tom Bueller), Edie McClurg (Grace) and Jonathan Schmock (the maître d’ of Chez Quiz) — will attend two screenings ($25) at the Gorton Community Center in Lake Forest, Ill.

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