Pictured here looking every bit
the style diva, we simply had to pay homage to this blonde bombshell, who lit up the big screen and looked sensational in silver.
But we won't be surprised when the Indigo Girls' next effort is every bit
as good as this.
This homage/retrospective was organized by the artist's daughter, art historian Hannah Higgins, and Fluxus scholar Simon Anderson, and as an exhibition it seemed every bit
as uninterested in categories as the artist himself was.
Attributing it to Maimonides is every bit
as controversial as ascribing to Thomas Jefferson a belief in the existence of certain inalienable rights.
The researchers found no consistent safety trend among the low-tar brands: Those with the least tar could be every bit
as mutagenic as the those with the most.
Her latest incarnation, God Is A DJ, has a dancey vibe mixed together with a rocky edge and is every bit
as infectious as former single Trouble.
The sequel, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, is every bit
as good as the original for hi-tech laughs.
Unfortunately, the author has drained every bit
of romance and inspiration from one of the most epic events of the 20th century.
For this reason, every bit
of publicity about his sexuality carries great importance.
The human figures gracefully occupy an imaginary space every bit
as phenomenal as the everyday world-a space in which plants, rain, shells, and animals share our very being as participants in a collective experience of life.
But every bit
of data whets the appetite because Nereid is among a number of eccentric satellites inhabiting the outer solar system, and Veverka says they may provide the only clues to what kinds of bodies glommed together to form Neptune and Uranus billions of years ago.
Kramer is masterful at choosing perfect, utterly convincing voices, delivering a performance that captures, with impeccable timing, every bit
of the zany humor.
Guy Aoki, who otherwise plows his field with rigor and righteousness and whose crusade is obviously every bit
as legitimate as ours, got a run for his money a few days later when the old theatrical curmudgeon and legendary literary gay basher John Simon weighed in with one of his occasional pronouncements on the arts.
These drawings are sketches of a world as germane as it is cloistered, one that's every bit
as preternatural as de Chirico's or Duchamp's.
They wed in May - and Stella now looks every bit
the model mum and wife.