The best things in life are free, cher public, including discussion of off-topic and general interest subjects. Read more »
On this day in 1927 Mae West was sentenced to ten days in jail for obscenity for her play Sex. Read more »
Lincoln Center’s Great Performers presents Diana Damrau on Saturday, December 10th, joined by Xavier de Maistre on harp, performing works by Debussy, Strauss, Fauré, and more. A regular at the Met Opera, Damrau has been called “a soprano of matchless intelligence” (Guardian).
“One of the greatest proponents of the German lied tradition” (New York Times), baritone Christian Gerhaher performs an all-Mahler program on Saturday, December 17th, featuring Gerold Huber on piano. The Telegraph calls him “the most moving singer in the world.”
Both performances are at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall.
On this day in 1857 Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary was published. Feel free to waltz or to discuss off-topic or general interest subjects, cher public. Read more »
Relax, enjoy a steaming cup of java and celebrate Sunday with a discussion of off-topic and general interest subjects.
Enough with the polite formalities, cher public, and on with the weekly discussion of off-topic and general interest subjects.
If you can tear yourself away adrming from the scenery long enough, cher public, now’s the time for conversations on general interest and off-topic subjects.
Never mind the décolletage, cher public, but rather discuss off-topic and general interest topics. For starters, take a look at today’s birthday greetings, after the jump.
Don’t hold back, cher public, but join in this week’s discussion of off-topic and general interest subjects.
Even if La Cieca can’t see you, cher public, she can hear you as you discuss off-topic and general interest subjects.
Cheer up, cher public, and set yourself to the task of discussing off-topic and general interest subjects.