By our count approximately literary, film, music, television and other pop-culture items are referenced either directly or indirectly. The dialogue is denser than Rebecca Howe's mane with pop culture allusions, and if you did not catch that reference, then you will be deeper in over your head than Jack Dawson after he said farewell to Rose. You'll be more lost than those kids from Blair Witch Project. We have come to help.
H is for Hawk
H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald
The event was launched by GivingTuesday—in addition to the annual GivingTuesday that will take place on December 1, —as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID GivingTuesday shared these early results as deeper analysis to support sector resilience is ongoing. Many of these partners reported that the day represented a peak within an overall lifted period for online giving. GivingTuesday reports that online donation levels look similar to the online totals from GivingTuesday , which took place on December 3,
The Jewish cultural institution's new initiative — called "92Y Confronts Hate" — launched Sunday with a round-table discussion on "The Politics of the Pandemic" that focused on the disproportionate effects of the coronavirus pandemic on communities of color. Topics that will be covered in future events — hosted remotely on the 92nd Street Y's website — include how to build bridges between religious, racial and ethnic communities, themes of racial justice in the works of playwright Anna Deavere Smith and a conversation between Rabbi Peter Rubinstein and Imam Al-Hajj Talib of Harlem. The new event series will supplement an increased slate of digital offerings at the 92nd Street Y. The Lexington Avenue cultural center was forced to cancel a number of events due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it's currently asking for donations due to financial losses. The 92nd Street Y's digital events are mostly free-of-charge.
When Debbie Adler reviews the events of May 9, which she does obsessively, she figures that her husband had about 20 minutes to kill himself. A week earlier, the Y had appointed a new executive director. That morning Adler had canceled his therapist appointment.