Don't miss this strictly limited engagement at Hudson Theatre! Children under 13 will not be admitted to the theater.
Sarah Palin snorted cocaine off a 55 gallon oil drum while snowmobiling with friends and had illicit affairs with a top NBA star and one of her husband's business partners, a new book sensationally claims.
In revelations which could strike a devastating blow to the controversial politician's hopes of joining the 2012 presidential race, Mrs Palin is said to have taken the class A drug with her husband, while smoking marijuana at college in secret liaisons with one of her professors.
Remember that time I was blasting a startup for shipping single women from NYC to San Francisco?
And about how I had all of this cool data that showed that there were actually more single men in New York, and they were probably just hiding indoors playing video games?
For the 15th year in a row, producer Scott Siegel presents an all-star cast singing famous Broadway show tunes as they were originally performed on the Great White Way: without amplification!
Come hear some of today's bright Broadway stars: Tony Award nominees Stephanie J.
SF’s Chinatown, which the racial dot map and Wikipedia point to as to the upper right of the word “San Francisco,” is actually far more gender-neutral than similar immigrant communities we found in NYC. Right over the bay, Oakland mixes it up a bit while Berkeley is a nice little gender melting pot.
Again, race might play an issue here – last time we found that African-American communities seemed to have a higher percentage of single women, and the splits might be helped along by racial divides (Oakland [female] is more black, while Alameda [male] is more white/Asian). Sunnyvale, San Jose and Mountain View come up about even between single men and single women, while San Mateo is piles upon piles of single men and Fremont looks as blue as a perfect day at the seashore.
Spring 2017 Workshop Schedule Mondays, 12 to 2 p.m.
501D Knox Hall (see map for location) Monday, February 27 Presenter 1: Onoso Imoagene (Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania) Paper 1: Beyond Expectations: Second-Generation Nigerians in the United States and Britain Presenter 2: Yossi Harpaz (Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel-Aviv University) Paper 2: Monday, March 27 (Please note special location for this meeting – Knox Hall 208) Presenter 1: R.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (November 12, 1815 – October 26, 1902) was an American suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement.