Imitation, we are told is the sincerest form of flattery. It can also reveal truths that we would rather not deal with.
For the last four years, actress Laura Benanti has been satirizing former First Lady Melania Trump on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Last Tuesday, Benanti stepped into the shoes of Mrs. Trump for the last time.
It’s as if they were saving the best for last. Using the opening number from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast as a baseline, the song speaks to how much we want her and her family out of the city.
I hate to say it, but there is one thing I will miss about you know who and his family. It is the comedy that is writing itself.
From the outside looking in, the law profession is a noble one. But then I see the commercials for law firms on television and I have to wonder if they are as legit as they promise to be.
One could say the same for former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Once upon a time, he was respected lawyer and politician. These days, the man is a punchline waiting to be written.
Randy Rainbow released his latest video today. Entitled RUDOLPH THE LEAKY LAWYER – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody, the song is based on the beloved Christmas song Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
He could have gone down in history as the NYC Mayor who cleaned up Times Square and led us through the darkness of 9/11. But instead, he will be remembered as a bloviated fool who nearly destroyed the American democracy to protect the fragile ego of you know who.
For the last few years, he has been been the legal stooge of you know who. As of this afternoon, it was announced that he has Covid-19.
Karma, once more is a delightful bitch. While she and Covid-19 strike indiscriminately, this time, her aim is right where it needs to be. I would wish a speedy recovery, but given his recent actions, I wouldn’t waste my breath.
Gulliver’s Travels is one of the most unusual narratives ever introduced into the world of literature.
Inspired by the book, the exhibit, Gulliver’s Gate is one of the more unique experiences in New York City.
Visiting Gulliver’s Gate is akin to traveling the world without needing a passport or getting on an airplane. The visitor walks through realistic looking and technologically awe-inspiring miniatures of over twenty cities spread over five continents.
Ask anyone who lives in New York City and they will probably tell you that they avoid Times Square like the plague. But for Gulliver’s Gate, I would brave the crowd in Times Square just to revisit this amazing exhibit. It is fun for all ages, interactive and feels like you are traveling the world without leaving New York City.
I absolutely recommend it.
Gulliver’s Gate is at 216 W 44th Street in New York City and will be open until December 31st, 2019. Check the website for ticket availability and prices.
After work yesterday, I had an errand to run in Union Square. Union Square, for those who don’t know the layout of New York City is only a few short train stops away from Times Square. While it is not as busy as Midtown or Times Square, the neighborhood has a nice mix of homes and shops.
Most of the United States is experiencing a cold streak in the weather. The temperature does not tempt one go to go outside if one does not need to. During the very short time that I was out, I passed four different people, shivering in the cold and begging for spare change.
Seeing these people made me feel very grateful. I may not be a billionaire, nor do I have everything that I would want, but I have a lot to be grateful for. I have a roof over my head, food to fill up my stomach, a good job and a great network of family and friends who support and love me.