Our culture correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum assesses the origin and impact of the Chicago Black Dance Legacy Project.
Acclaimed choreographer Kyle Abraham has crafted many profound and memorable dances throughout his career. Seeing one of his works can be a truly transformative experience. And now’s your chance. This week for 3 nights only, Kyle Abraham and his dance company, A.I.M. will be at Lincoln Center for the New York premiere of Requiem: Fire in the Air of the Earth. It’s an innovative new take on Mozart’s classic work Requiem in D Minor. And it breathes new life into the centuries-old piece. Our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum shares highlights of Abraham’s storied career, and previews what makes this work so special.
This Week in Sports Talk (TWIST) is our weekly report on the big sports news headlines and major events, plus a preview of what’s up next. For August 7, 2022, here are the weekly top 10 sports news headlines to know: the big stories and major events in sports news this week in the NFL, MLB, tennis and more.
Is it possible that what we wear affects our mood? Ummm . . . yeah. Small wonder then that as we stumble out of our pandemic fog and emerge back into society, lots of us are reaching for uplifting outfits. Otherwise known as “dopamine dressing,” it’s very easy to do. Think color, sparkle, feathers and frippery, and you’re there. Our correspondent Meredith Lepore shows how to get happy with designer fashion outfits that are the epitome of dopamine dressing, including dresses, pants, shorts, purses, and more.
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the $200 per person picnic is the new on-trend way to host a luxury outdoor party, and our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy is sharing 10 essential elements needed to host such a soiree, including chic umbrellas, plates and more.