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MUSIC IS MY ESCAPE
In this edition of 6Qs we have Laura Wright, singer and musical stage actress from the United States. 
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WT: Laura, welcome to WAALM Tribune 
LW: Glad to be here
WT: What made you want to enter the world of music? 
LW: I grew up in a very musical family and was influenced by them. My father is a musician, my grandfather is a musician and my sister was in musical theater. When I was a young child, I watched the movie “The Wizard of Oz” and it changed my whole life. That was the true moment for me wanting to be an entertainer. I was so moved and influenced by the one and only Judy Garland, and the song Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
WT: What is music to you?
LW: Music is my happiness. Music is my therapy. Music is my escape. Music is everything to me and has been my whole life.
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WT: You have recently recorded your a single, ‘In Depth of Your Eyes’ in collaboration with the noted Canadian Songwriter, Mosi Dorbayani. Tell us about this projects - how did you connect to the song and relate to it?
LW: The song “In Depth of Your Eyes” was such a pleasure to record. I love the feel and vibe of the song, and the lyrics were beautiful. I felt connected to them because it was about romance and love… and that is always a fun thing to sing about.
WT: Who are your musical inspirations, and how they influenced you?
LW: Judy Garland, as I mentioned above. When I was a young child, I watched the movie “The Wizard of Oz” and it changed my whole life. That was the true moment for me wanting to be an entertainer. I was so moved and influenced by the one and only Judy Garland, and the song Somewhere Over The Rainbow. I am also very influenced by Barbra Streisand, Linda Eder, Ella. Fitzgerald, Celine Dion, Shoshana bean… the list goes on and on! I love the classic, and powerhouse divas and theater. You can learn so much from that genre and those strong vocalists.
WT:  Artistically, where would you like to see Laura Wright in five years’ time?
LW: In five years I see myself still singing and loving life. Taking opportunities that come by way and trying new projects and shows. I believe life is a journey, a big book of adventures. I want each chapter to be something new, exciting and fun. I want to learn new things and keep growing as a singer and entertainer.
WT: For those who wish to follow your activities and career, what’s next in the pipeline?
LW: I live in Las Vegas and perform in several shows out there. Vegas! The Show at Planet Hollywood, Fantasy and The Terry Bradshaw Show at Luxor, I am in the band The Moonshiners, I am a headliner guest entertainer with my own show for cruise lines and I am currently recording new original music and starting a new project as I type this. Check out my music on iTunes, Amazon and all other music streaming platforms. My schedule is crazy and fun, and people have to follow my social media to see where I am each week.
WT: Laura, thank you for attending this. We wish you all the best.
LW: Thanks for having me
Related Links: 
Laura’s Official Website: https://laurawrightmusic.com
Stream ‘In Depth of You Eyes’ from: Apple ; YouTube Music ; Amazon Music ; Spotify. 
Mosi Dorbayani - the Songwriter’s  Instagram  ; FB 
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atlanta-rpggossip · a year ago
who would be in which hogwarts house?
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phew, that was a long one – i hope i haven’t missed anyone out but shoot me a message if i have and i’ll sort your muse. 
gryffindor - paxton argent, augie raub, woody anderson, jaxon moon, jack velez, declan o 'hare, aoife moran, hayden armitage, weston hawthorne, charlie foxworth, mickey andrews, bobby miner, tyler becker, mack carter, chance morgan, rusty argent, maisie andrews, nevada saunders, ella montgomery, deacon winter
hufflepuff - mariella winter, jon bryn, berwyn rhodes, halstead fitzgerald, clarissa carmichael, ashley feldman, braxton stian, noah jeffrey devin, amelia becker, tamsen sites, melaine macleod, frankie walker, ezra best, lukas edwards, alexis rhodes, angel lopez, mackenzie lighwood, indigo lightman, edward hansen
slytherin - james mason, jet anderson, gemma beckett-gallagher, dimitri chekov, circe delfino, thomas scheffer, scarlett rhodes,ella jane ford, liv wilson, jude becker, romeo king, thomas joseph, harper lovell, annika ivanov, sebastian ward, micah fielding, warner adams
ravenclaw - tereik al-damiri, kasper marr, willow jade hawthorne, matthias de vries, nathan wyndham, kieran shoshana horowitz, lara greer, hali rivera, margot fitzgerald, alastair barris, ivy harrington, winnie holland, topher smythe, blaine roberts, milo hathmen, quinn becker, edward fitzgerald, will hawthorne, sofia grace mikaelson, gabriel wyndham, kamilah al-damiri, jakob winter
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Broadway stars stream; rock stars stay off road amid virus   
NEW YORK
From helping others cope to sheltering in place to canceling events, here's a look at some of the ways the entertainment industry is reacting to the spread of the coronavirus, which most people recover from but can cause severe illness in the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions.
SINGING AT HOME
Broadway shows may be shuttered, but that’s not stopping some Broadway voices.
Stage stars like Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth, Norbert Leo Butz, Kelli O'Hara, Wayne Brady, Betty Buckley and Laura Benanti will appear singing and performing live from their homes in two daily mini-online charity shows starting Monday night.
The shows are the brainchild of Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, the host and producer of Sirius XM's "On Broadway," and will follow the traditional theater times of 2 p.m. Eastern and 8 p.m. Eastern.
The shows will encourage viewers to donate to The Actors Fund’s services for those dealing with the coronavirus outbreak and its financial costs.
“Broadway at Home” will kick off Monday with Kelli O’Hara. The shows can be seen at The Actors Fund YouTube channel, as well as Playbill.com and BroadwayWorld.com.
Some other stars who have signed up include Shoshana Bean, Sierra Boggess, Laura Bell Bundy, Kerry Butler, Carolee Carmello, Gavin Creel, Melissa Errico, Raúl Esparza, Christopher Fitzgerald, Ana Gasteyer, Mandy Gonzalez, Justin Guarini, James Monroe Iglehart, Jeremy Jordan, Marc Kudish, Judy Kuhn, Linda Lavin, Beth Leavel, Telly Leung, Beth Malone, Lindsay Mendez, Kate Shindle, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, Rosie O’Donnell, Alice Ripley, Adam Pascal, Faith Prince, Keala Settle, Marc Shaiman, Jennifer Simard, Elizabeth Stanley, Patrick Wilson and Marissa Jaret Winokur.
Couples who also plan to appear are: Sebastian Arcelus and Stephanie J. Block, Will Chase and Ingrid Michaelson, Jen Cody and Hunter Foster, Jenn Colella and Chilina Kennedy, Colin Donnell and Patti Murrin, Santino and Jessica Fontana, Andy Karl and Orfeh, Liz Larsen and Sal Viviano, Steven Pasquale and Phillipa Soo, plus McDonald and Will Swenson.
Online concerts have taken on a new appeal as the virus keeps people inside. Latin singers Juanes and Alejandro Sanz recently performed on YouTube Live, a pair of Metropolitan Opera stars have belted out tunes on Facebook and Instagram, the Russian-German pianist Igor Levit took to Twitter on Thursday to stream his music and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra live streamed a Beethoven symphony.
MET GALA MUST WAIT
The Met Gala, annually one of the biggest nights in fashion, has been postponed due to the coronavirus.
Host Anna Wintour announced Monday on Vogue.com that the gala will not be held on its usual first Monday in May, due to the “unavoidable and responsible decision by the Metropolitan Museum to close its doors."
This year's previously announced celebrity hosts include Lin Manuel-Miranda, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone.
The Met Gala was one of the last remaining major cultural events in the coming weeks that had yet to be postponed or canceled.
Other delayed events announced Monday include the GLAAD Media Awards, which had been set to honor Taylor Swift and Janet Mock for their advocacy for LGBTQ issues in Los Angeles on April 16, and the iHeartMusic Awards, which were scheduled for Los Angeles with host Usher and performers including Lizzo on March 29.
OFF THE ROAD
Elton John is postponing part of his North American tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The superstar said Monday that the March 26 through May 2 shows of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will be rescheduled. Tour performances for May 22 through July 8 remain as scheduled.
Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl says he didn’t cancel shows when he broke his leg —and performed from a wheel chair onstage — but he must postpone his band’s tour because of the coronavirus. The rocker wrote Monday on Twitter that “playing a gig with a sock full of broken bones is one thing, but playing a show when YOUR health and safety is in jeopardy is another.” The band has postponed April dates of its Van Tour 2020, and says “information on the May dates will be forthcoming.”
CELEBS SAY THIS IS SERIOUS
Idris Elba tweeted that he has tested positive for coronavirus but has shown no symptoms so far.
Elba said Monday that he has been isolated since Friday, when he found out he might have been exposed.
Elba in a video message said that his wife has not been tested yet but is feeling OK.
“This is serious. Now's really the time to think about social distancing, washing your hands,” Elba said.
Olga Kurylenko, the Ukrainian actress who starred in the 2008 James Bond film “Quantum of Solace,” also says she has tested positive.
“Take care of yourself and take this seriously!” Kurylenko said in an Instagram post Monday.
And “Game of Thrones” actor Kristofer Hivju announced on his Instagram page that he has tested positive and will be isolating himself at his home in his native Norway.
VOICES SILENCED
PEN America has called off its annual World Voices Festival, a weeklong May gathering in New York that features dozens of writers.
This year's scheduled attendees included Margaret Atwood, Ben Okri, Amitav Ghosh and Zadie Smith.
In a statement Monday, PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel and World Voices Director Chip Rolley noted that the festival had been founded after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks as an "antidote to cultural isolationism." With a "new and unexpected isolation thrust upon us," they added, “we regret deeply that we won't be able to shine that light or foster those vital in-person connections.”
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yessadirichards · a year ago
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Broadway stars stream; rock stars stay off road amid virus 
NEW YORK
From helping others cope to sheltering in place to canceling events, here's a look at some of the ways the entertainment industry is reacting to the spread of the coronavirus, which most people recover from but can cause severe illness in the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions.
SINGING AT HOME
Broadway shows may be shuttered, but that’s not stopping some Broadway voices.
Stage stars like Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth, Norbert Leo Butz, Kelli O'Hara, Wayne Brady, Betty Buckley and Laura Benanti will appear singing and performing live from their homes in two daily mini-online charity shows starting Monday night.
The shows are the brainchild of Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, the host and producer of Sirius XM's "On Broadway," and will follow the traditional theater times of 2 p.m. Eastern and 8 p.m. Eastern.
The shows will encourage viewers to donate to The Actors Fund’s services for those dealing with the coronavirus outbreak and its financial costs.
“Broadway at Home” will kick off Monday with Kelli O’Hara. The shows can be seen at The Actors Fund YouTube channel, as well as Playbill.com and BroadwayWorld.com.
Some other stars who have signed up include Shoshana Bean, Sierra Boggess, Laura Bell Bundy, Kerry Butler, Carolee Carmello, Gavin Creel, Melissa Errico, Raúl Esparza, Christopher Fitzgerald, Ana Gasteyer, Mandy Gonzalez, Justin Guarini, James Monroe Iglehart, Jeremy Jordan, Marc Kudish, Judy Kuhn, Linda Lavin, Beth Leavel, Telly Leung, Beth Malone, Lindsay Mendez, Kate Shindle, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, Rosie O’Donnell, Alice Ripley, Adam Pascal, Faith Prince, Keala Settle, Marc Shaiman, Jennifer Simard, Elizabeth Stanley, Patrick Wilson and Marissa Jaret Winokur.
Couples who also plan to appear are: Sebastian Arcelus and Stephanie J. Block, Will Chase and Ingrid Michaelson, Jen Cody and Hunter Foster, Jenn Colella and Chilina Kennedy, Colin Donnell and Patti Murrin, Santino and Jessica Fontana, Andy Karl and Orfeh, Liz Larsen and Sal Viviano, Steven Pasquale and Phillipa Soo, plus McDonald and Will Swenson.
Online concerts have taken on a new appeal as the virus keeps people inside. Latin singers Juanes and Alejandro Sanz recently performed on YouTube Live, a pair of Metropolitan Opera stars have belted out tunes on Facebook and Instagram, the Russian-German pianist Igor Levit took to Twitter on Thursday to stream his music and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra live streamed a Beethoven symphony.
MET GALA MUST WAIT
The Met Gala, annually one of the biggest nights in fashion, has been postponed due to the coronavirus.
Host Anna Wintour announced Monday on Vogue.com that the gala will not be held on its usual first Monday in May, due to the “unavoidable and responsible decision by the Metropolitan Museum to close its doors."
This year's previously announced celebrity hosts include Lin Manuel-Miranda, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone.
The Met Gala was one of the last remaining major cultural events in the coming weeks that had yet to be postponed or canceled.
Other delayed events announced Monday include the GLAAD Media Awards, which had been set to honor Taylor Swift and Janet Mock for their advocacy for LGBTQ issues in Los Angeles on April 16, and the iHeartMusic Awards, which were scheduled for Los Angeles with host Usher and performers including Lizzo on March 29.
OFF THE ROAD
Elton John is postponing part of his North American tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The superstar said Monday that the March 26 through May 2 shows of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will be rescheduled. Tour performances for May 22 through July 8 remain as scheduled.
Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl says he didn’t cancel shows when he broke his leg —and performed from a wheel chair onstage — but he must postpone his band’s tour because of the coronavirus. The rocker wrote Monday on Twitter that “playing a gig with a sock full of broken bones is one thing, but playing a show when YOUR health and safety is in jeopardy is another.” The band has postponed April dates of its Van Tour 2020, and says “information on the May dates will be forthcoming.”
CELEBS SAY THIS IS SERIOUS
Idris Elba tweeted that he has tested positive for coronavirus but has shown no symptoms so far.
Elba said Monday that he has been isolated since Friday, when he found out he might have been exposed.
Elba in a video message said that his wife has not been tested yet but is feeling OK.
“This is serious. Now's really the time to think about social distancing, washing your hands,” Elba said.
Olga Kurylenko, the Ukrainian actress who starred in the 2008 James Bond film “Quantum of Solace,” also says she has tested positive.
“Take care of yourself and take this seriously!” Kurylenko said in an Instagram post Monday.
And “Game of Thrones” actor Kristofer Hivju announced on his Instagram page that he has tested positive and will be isolating himself at his home in his native Norway.
VOICES SILENCED
PEN America has called off its annual World Voices Festival, a weeklong May gathering in New York that features dozens of writers.
This year's scheduled attendees included Margaret Atwood, Ben Okri, Amitav Ghosh and Zadie Smith.
In a statement Monday, PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel and World Voices Director Chip Rolley noted that the festival had been founded after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks as an "antidote to cultural isolationism." With a "new and unexpected isolation thrust upon us," they added, “we regret deeply that we won't be able to shine that light or foster those vital in-person connections.”
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hayingsang · a year ago
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What I read last year
Favourite book of 2019 – Robert Fitzgerald’s translation of The Aeneid. I wasn’t prepared for just how exciting this story was. Fantastic from start to end, even when you know what’s going to happen next. I also hugely enjoyed Emily Wilson’s translation of The Odyssey, not least for her excellent introduction and its highlighting of lots of stuff to watch out for (especially all those brutal killings when Odysseus finally makes it home), and Pat Barker’s retelling of the Iliad from the point of view of Briseis, the young woman seized by Achilles to be his bed slave after her city is sacked during the siege of Troy.
Most exciting book – Eve Babitz’s Slow Days, Fast Company, her 1977 account of life in early 1970s Los Angeles. Also perhaps the most “masterly” book I’ve read in a long time – in my experience, most writing involves the writer getting it out there, usually using techniques they’ve built up over time; through SDFC’s collection of tales I felt I was reading what Babitz had decided was most appropriate for her readers to know. Extraordinary control. Loved it.
I would pair that with Patti Smith’s Just Kids, about her and Robert Mapplethorpe making themselves into artists in the very late 1960s/early 1970s New York – which feels like the total opposite of Babitz, ie Smith telling it how it was. Not particularly caring for her music – I loathed Horses as a 16-year-old – I was surprised how much I enjoyed/learned from her account of her life after she left home, struggling first to get by, then to make art, all as part of what was clearly a very special relationship.
Lara Alcock’s Mathematics Rebooted was my biggest learning experience – a wonderful journey through the elements of mathematics, beginning each chapter with something basic then taking it up past the point where most non-mathematician readers would fall off to something beyond. Every chapter I both learned something and found out what there was yet to learn.
As in 2018, I read four books in Chinese. Actually, two in “standard” Chinese and two in Cantonese. The Cantonese ones were a treat – a translation of The Little Prince and 香港語文: 聽陳蕾士嘅秘密, a collection of 20 Chinese essays and one Chinese poem translated into Cantonese. Who says it’s not a language of its own? Not the four writers who did the translations. The two others, a collection of essays from the early to mid 2000s by Chan Koonchung and a book-format edition of Being Hong Kong about various Hong Kong things (City Hall at 50, some food stuff, some Cantonese opera stuff, etc) were also worthwhile. Neither quite merit being translated into English, but both give a flavour of the things that exercise people in Hong Kong (or Chan’s case, of the things which exercised them in the early 2000s – a much more gentle set of concerns than those that bother them now).
Among the novels, Manjushree Thapa’s The Tutor of History was a standout. Set in the 1990s Nepal, it pulled off an astonishing feat of describing from scratch a society which most of us will never know. Sheila Heti’s Motherhood, a meditation mostly about whether to have a child or not, was also excellent in catching the feel of a person at a very specific and important juncture of her life.
Timothy Morton was an important discovery, especially Humankind. He tackles the question of what does it mean to be living now – in the Anthropocene, at a time when human beings are destroying many other living things and doing huge damage to much non-living stuff and comes up with some new answers – that maybe we have to take ourselves both more seriously and see ourselves as of rather less importance than we might like to think, especially when it comes to all those other living and non-things and stuff. Kind of practical in a bizarre way.
Walter Scheidel’s The Great Leveler and Francis Fukuyama’s Political Order and Political Decay are two tremendous overviews of where our societies have come from. Scheidel’s argument that throughout history, peace and economic growth have always led to ever-widening inequality poses a big challenge to the world. Fukuyama’s suggestion, continuing from The Origins of Political Order, that countries should build institutions before adding democracy points to another conclusion that merits serious thought.
Twyla Tharp’s The Creative Habit was my motivational book of the year. I would imagine it would be useful for anyone who has to come up with ideas and carry them through to completion.
Finally, Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish’s Siblings Without Rivalry is a terrific book about what to do when your children say they want each other to die. Like the one other great book about raising children I’ve read – Ross Gree’s The Explosive Child – it’s not about what you should get your children to do, it’s about what you should do. Gree’s single greatest point – one I think I took to heart – is that when there’s one angry person in the room, try not to make it two. Faber & Mazlish’s is don’t try to solve the problem yourself, just try and get those children to say (or even better write down) what’s bothering them about their brother/sister. Once that’s out in the open, they may even figure out what to do about it themselves. We tried it and – trust me – it worked.
The complete list
JR McNeill & Peter Engelke, The Great Acceleration
Frank Pieke, Knowing China
Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind
Susan Cain, Quiet
Ray Dalio, Principles
Lara Alcock, Mathematics Rebooted
Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost
Leo Goodstadt, A City Mismanaged
Timothy Morton, Being Ecological
Pat Barker, The Ghost Road
Martin Rees, Our Final Hour
Tyler Cowen, Stubborn Attachments
Timothy Morton, The Ecological Thought
Manjushree Thapa, The Tutor of History
John McPhee, Draft No. 4
Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish, Siblings Without Rivalry
Dante, The Divine Comedy
Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin
Joyce Carol Oates, Carthage
Zadie Smith, White Teeth
Xi Xi, My City
Eve Babitz, Slow Days, Fast Company
Various, Being HK
Nigel Collett, A Death in Hong Kong
Xi Xi, A Girl Like Me
Virgil, The Aeneid
James Scott, Against the Grain
Karl Popper, All Life Is Problem Solving
Ursula Le Guin, The Tombs of Atuan
Ursula Le Guin, No Time to Spare
Twyla Tharp, The Creative Habit
Franklin Foer, World Without Mind
Ursula Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness
Confucius/Simon Leys, The Analects of Confucius
Sheila Heti, Motherhood
Bill Burnett & Dave Evans, Designing Your Life
Ian Stewart, Nature’s Numbers
Mike Michalowicz, Clockwork
Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch
Matthew Walker, Why We Sleep
Rebecca Solnit, Hope in the Dark
Philip K Dick, Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said
Peter Adamson, Classical Philosophy
Machiavelli, The Prince
Mary Clarke & Clement Crisp, How to Enjoy Ballet
Cas Mudde & Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Populism
Charles Lindblom, The Market System
AL Kennedy, Looking for the Possible Dance
Mario Vargas Llosa, The Bad Girl
Shen Fu, Six Records of a Floating Life
Han Kang, The Vegetarian
Mikel Dunham, Buddha’s Warriors
Yoko Ogawa, Hotel Iris
Elaine Feinstein, It Goes With the Territory
Homer/Emily Wilson, The Odyssey
Richard McGregor, Xi Jinping: The Backlash
Shiona Airlie, Scottish Mandarin
Jeannette Ng, Under the Pendulum Sky
Otessa Moshfegh, My Year of Rest and Relaxation
陳冠中, 我這一代香港人
Muriel Spark, Reality and Dreams
Muriel Spark, The Driver’s Seat
Mary Beard, Women and Power
Lauren Groff, Fates and Furies
Carlo Rovelli, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics
Anne Carson, The Beauty of the Husband
Francis Fukuyama, Political Order and Political Decay
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, 小王子 (The Little Prince in Cantonese)
Pat Barker, The Silence of the Girls
Joan Didion, The Last Thing He Wanted
Walter Scheidel, The Great Leveler
Shoshana Zuboff, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism
Hannah Arendt, Eichmann in Jerusalem
Svetlana Alexievich, The Unwomanly Face of War
Marguerite Duras, Blue Eyes, Black Hair
Karl Polanyi, The Great Transformation
Chuang Tsu, The Book of Chuang Tsu
Cathleen Schine, The Weissmans of Westport
Patti Smith, Just Kids
Timothy Morton, Humankind
Various, 香港語文: 聽陳蕾士嘅秘密
Edna O’Brien, Time and Tide
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