Archive for January, 2016

Theater Flashback: ‘Grease’ on Broadway

Sunday, January 31st, 2016:

A television commercial for the original Broadway production of “Grease.” That hair! Their gum! Those songs! Even when “Grease” was new, it was old — an intentionally nostalgic look back at the late 1950s. And Fox is counting on nostalgia for the musical, as well as for the era it depicts, to drive audience to its live musical version of the show, airing Sunday night at 7 Eastern time. But how was the show marketed after it first opened on Broadway in 1972? Above is a television ad for the original production, which ran for eight years. (The show was […] Read More →

Kinds of Landforms

Sunday, January 31st, 2016:

Landforms are usually classified as all the pure features found in the area of the world. Landforms tend to be produced because of of several forces of nature for instance wind, ocean along with glaciers and motion of the planet earth tectonic plates in all parts of the world. For example, as a result of these motions, terrain becomes worn away or deposited someplace not even close to the site of erosion, consequently brings growth of unique landforms. Some landforms are usually created in a matter of a small number of hrs; some others just take countless decades to emerge. […] Read More →

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