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This Streetcar Named Desire Explores Race, Power and Privilege

Many societal changes have transpired since Tennessee Williams wrote A Streetcar Named Desire; watching, you're aware of the gap between the prescribed gender roles of mid-20th century men and women and the relative fluidity of these roles today.

Frege's Reference Shifts for Propositional Attitudes

What follow is the first draft of a paper I am writing for a philosophy course. It concerns propsitional attitudes. Readers familiar with my work know that I place a lot of weight on desires as propositional attitudes. The very name 'desirism' stresses the weight that desires carry in this theory. Show More Summary

Cultures and desires clash in the melancholy Japanese comedy 'Oh Lucy!'

The Lucy in “Oh Lucy!” is a droopy middle-aged Tokyo office worker named Setsuko Kawashima (Shinobu Terajima), who abruptly decides to take a break from her gloomy, deadening routine. At the insistence of her upbeat young niece, Mika (Shioli Kutsuna), she joins an English class, held in a shady-looking...

#ICastIt Casting a Multicultural World for 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

Boasting a truly multicultural cast, Michael Michetti’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” for Boston Court Performing Arts Center brings Tennessee Williams’ classic into the modern world. Casting director Victoria Hoffman came on board after having worked with Michetti previously on “Captain of the Bible Quiz Team” at the Rogue Machine Theatre. Show More Summary

The week ahead in L.A. theater, Feb. 18-25: 'The School for Wives,' 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and more

Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes (P.B.), F. Kathleen Foley (F.K.F.), Margaret Gray (M.G.), Charles McNulty (C.M.) and Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.). Openings Isaac Babel and the Black Sea Timothy McNeil’s new drama about the Soviet-era writer and artist. Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre,...

Acacia, II-VI Among Best Optical Names, Says Piper

Acacia Communications (ACIA) and II-VI (IIVI) are two of the more desirable fiber-optic component makers, according to reports put out after the close by Troy Jensen of Piper Jaffray, in which he starts coverage of both stocks with Overweight ratings. Acacia, to whom Jensen assigns a $43 price target, is “one of the best investments” among the group, […]

Bright Wall/Dark Room: "Stigma & Myth in Belle Rive" by Paul Fischer

We are pleased to offer an except from the latest by online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room. The theme of their February issue is Mental Health, and in addition to Paul's piece below on "A Streetcar Named Desire," they also have new essays...Show More Summary

Wanted: Generic Father Figure for Backyard BBQ

Cultural Offering has the ad. The list of desired names is unimaginative. I'd suggest adding Jack, Hal, Rex, Wolfgang, Carlo, and Kurt. Especially the last one.

School still won't allow 'Malcolm X' on student's senior sweater

last monthNews : NY Daily News

The parents of Malcolm Xavier Combs were rebuffed again over their son’s desire to put the name “Malcolm X” on his senior sweater.

Julian Schneyder Channels Marlon Brando for GQ México

Approaching its February 2018 issue, GQ México finds inspiration in the 1951 film A Streetcar Named Desire. Austrian model Julian Schneyder steps into the spotlight, channeling his best Marlon Brando. Giampaolo Sgura captures the model with black and white photography. Meanwhile, Miguel Arnau features must-have pieces from the likes of Prada and Michael Kors.

Call Me by Your Name, Lolita and taming discomfiting desires on the big screen

Read the full article on Firstpost, here: Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name has been in the news for a while, most recently because it was nominated for four Academy Awards (including Best Picture). Show More Summary

A 2017 GOTY list that doesn't include PUBG

Listen, I don't have anything against PUBG, other than maybe the name is too long and obnoxious and the abbreviation is equally frustrating to say, I just don' about it. I don't even own the game or have any desire to. I'veShow More Summary

Iced Tea Maker's Stock Price Triples After Adding 'Blockchain' To Name

You see that chart below? That's the stock price for Long Island Iced Tea Corp. Sure, studies show that times of economic hardship and political turmoil track with an increased desire to get sloshed, but the drinks this company makes are non-alcoholic. LTEA shot up over 200 per cent today because it changed its name - to Long Blockchain. More »      

These are the five biggest Tesla moments of 2017 - Roadshow

3 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

From debuting one of the most desirable sports cars to being named one of the 10 least reliable rides, the year 2017 has been a wild ride for Tesla.

The Terms and Conditions of Private Desires: Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood

The story of Harvey Weinstein is a story of a workplace that permits and actively enables sexual violence against women, writes Kristen Norvilas. Who is Harvey Weinstein? I recalled the name ‘Weinstein’ from opening screen credits. But it didn’t mean anything. I didn’t know who Harvey Weinstein was. Nevertheless, the headline Harvey Weinstein Paid Off Sexual Harassment [...]Show More Summary

Utah’s Homie is disrupting the real estate world

Though Silicon Slopes’ name belies a desire to become like the California bay area, Utah’s growing tech scene has taken a different path to success. Continue reading Utah’s Homie is disrupting the real estate world at Property Portal Watch.

Shia LaBeouf in Call Me by Your Name and Other Stars Almost Cast in 2017 Movies

In Call Me by Your Name, Armie Hammer plays the all-American object of desire, but would the movie have worked as well if Shia LaBeouf had taken his role instead? That was the intent of original director James Ivory, who cast LaBeouf as Oliver, the grad student who romances a ... More »

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Trailers, Clips, Featurette, Images and Poster

The romantic drama "Call Me Be Your Name" is the third and final installment in director Luca Guadagnino's "Desire" trilogy, which also includes "I Am Love" (2009)... For more, visit our blog !

Review: A Boy’s Own Desire in ‘Call Me by Your Name’

4 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

In the latest movie from the Italian director Luca Guadagnino (“I Am Love”), Armie Hammer plays a visiting student who falls for his host’s teenage son.

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