The New York City Ballet charts ballet's evolution from Paris 1661 to this month's Here/Now Festival.
In this moving clip, Spanish Alzheimer's patient Marta C. González remembers her choreography to "Swan Lake" by listening to its music. González passed in 2019 but was once the prima ballerina for the New York City Ballet in the 1960s. (Pee-wee Herman) screengrab via Música para Despertar READ THE REST
Stuttgart, Germany-based stunt cyclist Viola Brand performs a lovely bicycle ballet "To be honest I was afraid of breaking the chandelier while doing the pirouettes," she writes. READ THE REST
The iconic pop surrealist artist Mark Ryden designed the costumes and set for the American Ballet Theater's Whipped Cream. From an interview with Juxtapoz magazine about the ballet, Ryden stated that "The whole time I worked on it, I had in mind that I would also have an exhibition of my paintings and drawings from… READ THE REST
The Apple Watch is a great addition to any tech arsenal–until it runs out of juice, that is. Then, you have to go about the process of recharging. Of course, the Apple Watch only recharges via wireless charging, meaning it can sometimes end up being pretty inconvenient to power up, especially if you're out and… READ THE REST
We've probably all been holding our breath about this for a while. And now that it's here, we can start getting used to the idea that this winter will be unlike any before it. With COVID's impact on the holidays, we're all expecting some big changes this time around. However, Mother Nature isn't really all… READ THE REST
This year has given us a perfect opportunity to work on a holiday season project. Since virtually every family has loads of history trapped in old slides, negatives, and photos, this might be just the right time to make sure those precious and historic moments are digitized and preserved for eternity. That used to mean… READ THE REST