Out of that auspicious beginning,1993 Alfa Romeo 164 S we considered was representative of the last Alfa to be sold in the U.S. before the company went on a long hiatus here. The car was appealing in the way nicely maintained Alfas are, and at $5,200 it was seen as a decent value too, earning itself a solid 70 percent Nice Price win. … [Read more...] about At $5,500 Canadian, Could You Find Common Ground With This Custom 1985 Chevy S10 Pickup?
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If you’re already a Chevy Corvette owner, you’re probably a huge fan of “big deals.” Well, GM is offering up a “big one” as it tries to sell the last of the front-engine C7 Corvettes, now offering over $9,000 to anyone who owns or leases any Corvette. What an upgrade! … [Read more...] about You Can Get Over $9,000 Off A New C7 Corvette If You Already Own A Corvette
But where Ailey’s voice and legacy truly shine are in the continued creation of new works by his namesake company. On Friday, Nov. 30, its first-ever two-act ballet, “Lazarus,” will make its world premiere. Created by acclaimed choreographer and inaugural Ailey artist-in-residence Rennie Harris, Lazarus is an ensemble work inspired by the life and legacy of Mr. Ailey, as well as the continued racial inequities of our nation during the 60 years since the company’s genesis. Its soundtrack merges the music of Nina Simone, Terence Trent D’Arby, Michael Kiwanuka, Odetta, original music by Darrin Ross, and the voice of Alvin Ailey himself. … [Read more...] about Ailey, Ascending: Alvin Ailey’s Company Celebrates 60 Years of Dance with a New Work Honoring Its Founder
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Thanos has been a malevolent force in Marvel comics for almost 45 years, and he’s also (currently) the biggest threat in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a guy so powerful, he’s poised to take on the Avengers for the fun of it in Infinity War. His comics backstory includes being born with the Deviants gene and quite literally courting Death, but even if you aren’t familiar with the books, the glimpses at his onscreen iteration are enough to make just the name “Thanos” sound really ominous. Which is probably why it’s a good thing he didn’t end up called Dione, a name much more suitable for a ’60s doo-wop (and later, rock and/or roll) singer than a power-hungry villain. … [Read more...] about Thanos’ original birth name is much more suited to a ’60s crooner
“Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin” (season three, episode one): In its final season, Batman switched from airing two episodes a week on consecutive days to airing once a week. It also introduced Batgirl, the secret identity of Commissioner Gordon’s librarian daughter Barbara, played by Yvonne Craig. After close to 100 episodes of actresses playing either villains or arm candy, the introduction of Batgirl is a welcome female presence, even if her first appearance sees her kidnapped and blackmailed into potentially marrying the Penguin before she’s called upon to save Batman and Robin from a vat of acid. Craig’s addition to the cast may have been a ploy to boost ratings, but with Madge Blake’s declining health, the show sorely needed a recurring female role. Also, Bruce gives Dick a car for earning his driver’s license, and the episode ends with Dick saying, “Highway safety is every citizen’s primary responsibility.” … [Read more...] about 10 episodes that find the ’60s