“(The photos) look at how their job conditions were, and then what changes those may have caused over the last 150 years and how those experiences have impacted society over the same time period,” she said.
Producers of the stalwart, low-tech show said Wednesday that the musical will close on May 3, the 55th anniversary of the show’s opening in 1960. It will have run 20,672 performances in two city venues, with a gap of four years when it went silent.
“There are so many wonderful parts of ‘Go Set a Watchman’ that it was hard to pick just one iconic image to represent the book,” Morrison said. “This design is perfect — it draws on the style of the decade the book was written, but with a modern twist.”
To pull it off, Facebook Inc. is opening Messenger so outside programmers can build features tailored for the service. Messenger will also be adding the ability to display store receipts and shipping information to help consumers keep track of their interactions with merchants and other businesses.
“They’re sensuous and inviting,” New York designer Barry Goralnick said at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, held here last weekend (March 19-22). “Curved sofas that bring people closer together; rounded dining tables that are easier for conversation; round cocktail tables that are cozy and forgiving to shins. Arcs, circles, boat shapes — all kinds of curves.”
“This is absolutely one of the fastest growing programs at the shelter,” said Christen Benson, executive director of the Humane Society of Sarasota County, about 50 miles south of Tampa, Florida.
“Oh my god, he made soup this morning,” she said. “I will do my best to lighten the load, but he’s not of the mind to cancel anything. Honestly, he wanted to go to IACP. He’s like, ‘I’m talking. I can walk. Let’s go.'”
“All I did was tell my captain I couldn’t take it anymore, that I wanted to go home,” said Kyaw Naing, his dark eyes pleading into an Associated Press video camera sneaked in by a sympathetic worker. “The next time we docked,” he said nervously out of earshot of a nearby guard, “I was locked up.”
“Everybody falls into fitness ruts,” said fitness expert Jeff Halevy, owner of Halevy Life gym in New York. “It either means you are no longer getting results from your program or you’re just sick and tired of doing the same old thing.”