So he has the chops, the looks and most of all the voice and the presence. And, while no single performance ever could exhaust the possibilities of any Shakespearean role, Euriamis Losada’s Romeo was a triumph: impulsive, young and sexy, but also in precociously masterful command of the heavenly music that is Shakespeare’s language. This Romeo’s banter with Nicholas Richberg’s fine Mercutio alone would have been reason to cheer: clever dialogue that was at once of its time and timeless, made to titillate and entertain with its sensual possibilities even as one could not help admiring the craft of play and players alike.
Campaigns to motivate enormous apparel companies to take action on issues in their supplier factories are challenging. After all, global brands have created a complex, layered global supply chain rife with subcontracting, where they can intentionally distance themselves from sweatshops and scandals. What successful campaigns have in common is collaboration between consumers and workers, who often must continue the fight for years before seeing results.
Here a model of saving for retirement that guaranteed to fail: Decide at the end of every month how much you want to save. You have spent a lot of the money by then. Instead, the way to really save is to put the money away in a 401(k) even before you get it, via a payroll deduction.
The weather and weirdness of Miami would make it a natural Shangri la for drifters if it weren’t for the professional buzzkills. Last year, the Homeless Trust attempted to make it illegal to give beggars your leftovers without first taking a class on the subject. Then there are the trust’s suddenly ubiquitous coin meters.
Funny pet photos continue to be a trend on social media. They get plenty of play on Facebook and Twitter, including “muttbombs,” where people Photoshop dogs into snapshots of themselves or celebrities. Muttbombs and animal Instagram accounts are so popular that shelters and others use them to promote adoptions or rescue campaigns.
“I live in sports, and without sports I wouldn’t be here, talking to you,” he said. “Sports it stops race. Every race comes together for one common goal, and that’s to win and to have fun and to have camaraderie and things like that. This woman looked lost, frightened and close to tears. She was massaging her big belly who knew if she were in pain or comforting her baby or both? Who cared? She was in a hospital. I wondered what was in her mind, as I struggled with my own feelings about the situation..