VIDEO: Andrew Klavan celebrates International Men’s Day. Recognizing an underappreciated minority: “Because whether you’re looking at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or watching a Shakespeare play or utilizing the freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution, you’re enjoying the work of someone male.”
Eddie George tells TMZ Sports... he's writing a 1-man stage show about his life... complete with Shakespeare and hip hop... and hopes to perform it later this year. George has been focused on the theater ever since he hung up his cleats in…
Shakespeare invented more than 1,000 words when he was writing, and now we might be able to find out how. Two New York booksellers believe they have found Shakespeare’s annotated dictionary, John Baret’s An Alvearie or Quadruple Dictionarie. Although scholars aren’t quite convinced, you can read the dictionary in full to decide for yourself.
Were William Shakespeare as immortal as the words he penned, he’d be 450 years old on Wednesday. But to hear the Bard celebrated at the Folger Shakespeare Library’s annual gala, the guy’s eternally young. Actors, patrons, and fans toasted the playwright’s birthday with a black-tie dinner set among the book-lined walls of the library’s reading […]
Upstarts, newsmakers and influencers who caught our attention on Wednesday, April 23. This sentence by William Shakespeare will change the way you write.Behind the scenes at The Guardian during the Edward Snowden era.Uber hits 100 cities...Show More Summary
Shakespeare is 450 years young, his words bought to big-screen life by stars like Emma Thompson, Dame Maggie Smith and Sir Ian McKellen. We select our favorite big-screen Shakespeare moments.
William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago today! pic.twitter.com/MM7t3oChiQ — Historical Pics (@HistoricalPics) April 23, 2014 Daniel Hannan notes the occasion: Four-hundred-and-fifty years ago today, in a village in the West Midlands, the greatest imaginative intelligence evolved by our species was born. Show More Summary
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/shakespeare-at-450-how-science-may-hav... Shakespeare at 450; how science may have influenced his work
The man was a genius. Two brief examples from "Julius Caesar" and "Henry V."
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No one throws down an insult to rampallions and scullions like William Shakespeare April 23 marks 450 years since the playwright's birth. And like any good birthday party, a descent into verbal jabs is the perfect way to celebrate. See...Show More Summary
In honor of his birthday, name your 3 favorite Shakespeare plays. Mine are (not in order!): Great Gatsby, Shakespeare in Love, Titanic.
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People say today is Shakespeare's birthday, but I thought scholars discovered Shakespeare was three kids stacked up under a trench coat.
Today's the birthday of William Shakespeare, famed inventor of Hammer Pants.
Since it is Shakespeare's birthday, we wanted to talk about lessons from the Bard. He was, at least in one play, a great supporter of lawyers. The famous quote "first, let's kill all the lawyers" actually praises lawyers. It comes from Henry VI and is spoken by a bad guy,......
The Bard of Avon was born 450 years ago (today, in fact) and, rightly so, England is celebrating his enduring legacy. Rather than zipping over to Stratford for the day and checking off Shakespeare sites from a list, I wanted to experience the landscapes that inspired his words. Show More Summary
Every so often I wake up in a blinding panic and I start to worry about the State of the Shakespeare. Wednesday marked his 450th birthday, and I panicked still more. I paced back and forth, wringing my hands. “Shakespeare is not dead, by any means,” I told myself. “No one who supplied the basic […]
Holy Romeo!!!! The most famous writer of all time turns 450 today! William Shakespeare is lonnnngggg gone, but four and a half centuries later his stories are still oh so cherished. In fact, his work inspired some of our fave flicks — like Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet!!! If only we could give him Claire Danes and Leonardo [...]
When someone's having a birthday, they should be the one to decide how to celebrate the occasion. Unfortunately, William Shakespeare can not tell us where he'd like to go bar-hopping or what flavor his cake should be, because he's been dead for 398 years. But don't worry! He's left some careful instructions for us, if you know where to look.