The saxophone stunt wasn’t merely a ploy to make Clinton seem hip and accessible. It was that, but more importantly, it was an attempt to distract voters from a sex scandal that he was embroiled in. This would become somewhat of a running theme in his career.
And so this year we have had Susan Sarandon confessing not without some humour, because as an older actress you get nowhere without one that she lives in New York and not Hollywood for a reason. “It’s a town where it’s very hard to maintain your confidence because it’s so self conscious, it’s such a company town,” she told WWD. “I can just imagine picking up a head of lettuce in a supermarket, running into a producer who then later says: ‘Oh no, I saw her, she is really not looking great these days,’ because you are there without any makeup on or whatever.
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“It’s amazing,” hesaid. “The Japanese get the whole perfect Americanthing better than Americans. They understandthat it’s an identifiable style around the world, thisAmerican look. Quebec City and Calgary are sister cities and annually participate in each other’s big events, namely the Quebec Winter Carnival and the Calgary Stampede. During these festivities, both cities showcase their hospitality and share their culture with a taste of home, like this year’s Calgary Stampede Flapjack Breakfast featuring Spolumbo sausages, flown in from Alberta. Following the event, extra sausages and flapjacks were served at Lauberivire, a multi service shelter that offers lodging and a soup kitchen for homeless people in Quebec City..
To Be Kind, much like its recent predecessors and unlike almost any other album you heard, is a sprawling beast of uncompromising intensity, fearsome majesty and awesome beauty. With 10 tracks that add up to more than two hours five top the 10 minute mark, and one passes half an hour this is the opposite of easy listening. If anything, it somewhere between a religious epiphany, a bad drug trip, a deadly fever dream and some sort of psychological experiment.