It’s a vision of two Detroits that have mostly faded now — the social set born of the American auto industry’s vast wealth and the galvanizing magic of ’60s Motown … Continue reading For One Night in 1965, the Supremes Brought the Two Detroits Together The queens of Motown play the posh suburbs.
What is “Atlanta,” exactly? It’s a fair but limiting question. Fair, because, look, if one week you were watching a show about a couple who might have broken up at … Continue reading ‘Atlanta Skips A Grade
The choreographer, dancer and social activist Katherine Dunham made headlines in 1944, when, after reluctantly performing for a racially segregated audience in Louisville, Ky., she declared that if the theater … Continue reading Katherine Dunham, Pioneering Dancer and Activist, Inspires a Book
This is an extended interview from the 2013 ESPN The Magazine Body Issue. Subscribe to The Mag today! Why did you decide to pose for the Body Issue? CK: I’m … Continue reading Colin Kaepernick strips down
This morning I was reading up on actor Ira Aldridge (Adrian Lester is playing him in a new stage production at the Tricycle theater in London – see Sergio’s announcement HERE), and I stumbled … Continue reading