Catherine Zeta-Jones has been making the most of her time in lockdown, and most recently the Chicago star took to Instagram to share footage of herself playing the piano inside her music room. In the footage, the mother-of-two was seen sitting at the piano, and behind her, opulent gold-framed mirrors were hanging up on the walls. In the video, Catherine was joined by her puppy, Taylor, who was more than enthusiastic about the star's musical abilities and kept barking in tune to the music. "My biggest fan, my dog when I play the piano," the star wrote alongside the clip. … [Read more...] about Catherine Zeta-Jones shares glimpse inside extravagant music room at her New York mansion
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He and Gwen Stefani split last year after 13 years of marriage, and Gavin Rossdale is clearly putting their three children first as they both move on. The 50-year-old was pictured this weekend taking part in an Easter egg hunt with their boys – Kingston, nine, Zuma, seven, and two-year-old Apollo – while former No Doubt singer Gwen, 46, promoted her latest album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like, in Japan. … [Read more...] about Gavin Rossdale has been spotted taking part in an Easter egg hunt with his three children, while ex-wife Gwen Stefani promotes her new album.
Dr. Thomas Russo, professor and chief of infectious disease at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo, suggests that theaters see the experience of their customers as a series of distinct stages that will have to be carefully managed: “First, for people getting into the theater, there needs to be appropriate spacing,” he says, in a way similar to how grocery stores have been operating during the pandemic. “Two, everyone should wear masks — people who are selling the tickets and the people going into the theater. Three, no food or drinks, because to eat or drink, you have to take off your mask. Then, in the theater, you’ll want to separate people with the maximum distance, with staggered seating. Then, when they exit the theater, you want them to leave in some sort of orderly fashion so it’s not a herd that clusters at the exit.” … [Read more...] about Cine Phobia
However, almost all of the older people I interviewed were fully functioning, eager and engaged citizens of the world, and many of them seemed to possess a power that the younger among us do not, an ability to toggle easily from you-are-there recollections of an often decades-distant past to full connection to that day’s news. More than that, they were interested. They laughed, they inquired after and gossiped about old colleagues, they asked almost as many questions as I did, they recommended people with whom I should cross-check their recollections, then requested to be told what they said, then followed up when I forgot to get back in touch. They would warn me in advance that their memory might fail them, but it almost never did, and when they snagged on a name or a title, they would happily accept a prompt or decline one. “Sometimes if I look up and wait for a few seconds,” one centenarian explained to me, “the name I’m looking for will float down from … [Read more...] about Our Fragile Gerontocracy
You guys are both artists. Gil, you are an actor. George, you’re a writer. How’s the creative process different when creating a podcast?George: Well, with the p’dcast, it’s … You get headphones and you get larger microphones than … If you’re picturing a B’b Barker microphone, you have to picture a larger microphone. You normally bring a guest in and you kind of pre-apologize for the p’dcast, and then you record the p’dcast, and at the end you all take your headphones off and you scratch your ears, because they’re a little sweaty and a little itchy. And then you go, “That was great!” … [Read more...] about Inside Quarantine With