By now, the saying “All work and no play makes you dull” is as cliché as
any, but if you’re always on the go and never stop to smell the (also)
cliché roses, you could be running yourself ragged. It’s important to
take time to recharge, as big an investment in yourself as putting all
that time in at the office. No matter what your interests, financial
situation, or social preferences are, you’ll find something that has you
looking forward to 5pm.
Brenda Dixon Gottschild's new book, Joan Myers Brown & the Audacious Hope of the Black Ballerina: A Bio-history of American Performance, is a timely testament to a legendary role model who inspired
generations of little Black girls to reach for the stars in the face of a
racist society that would just as soon crush their prima ballerina
Sonny Rollins, one of jazzdom’s most proficient and legendary tenor
saxophonists, may not be a household name, but millions will gather some
sense of his legacy after viewing a recent broadcast of the Kennedy
Center Honors on CBS-TV.