Far from enduring a troublesome 'thirty-something
' spell, the Fiesta is more like flirty thirty-something
- heading confi-dently for its roaring forties.
Known to French sPeakers as "Sous le soleil," the Marathon-TF 1-Societe Francaise de Production co-production, a mix of psychological drama and romantic comedy about three thirty-something
women in the resort town, has been broadcast in some 130 countries.
As an appropriate follow-up to her acclaimed debut (Jazzamerica, Crazy Monkey, 2004), the Berkeley-horn, thirty-something
and quadrilingual (she delivers her vibrant lead vocals in Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French) singer/songwriter Alexa Weber Morales offers--in close alliance with the trombonist/arranger/co-producer Wayne Wallace--a soulful Pan-American brew comprised mostly of well-known but significantly transformed pieces, in which she injects her exciting multi-octave range, from the opening French vocals and pilonpregon adjustment of Habanera (the famous aria from Bizet's "Carmen") to the compelling 6/8 gospel focus of Angelitos negros to the poignant adaptation of the samba-cancao Ave rara.
Industry insiders claim the tie's decline is a knee-jerk reaction by thirty-something
men who want to appear younger.
Billie is the other woman; Keith is the man in the middle; Carmen is the clinging, conniving wife and mother, determined that her husband will return to the family.
In this way, Jess's work converses with a growing number of books by a group of writers I call Millennial Poets: thirty-something
African American poets writing in the first decade of the new millennium.
Moreover, higaeri onsen patrons include many thirty-something
housewives, a demographic with time and money to spare.
In 1928 Christie was a thirty-something
single mother who changed her mind from taking a Caribbean holiday and instead proceeded to Iraq.
This is just one of the advantages of the single life according to the thirty-something
from Ingleby Barwick.
characters escape their cynicism by giving into pop-music romanticism--something the audience is allowed to do as well, when the show's emcee calls folks up to the stage.
ballet dancers at least with major companies are the first generation who grew up knowing they wouldn't lose their jobs after a pregnancy leave.
This fifty-six-page magazine is edited and published by a thirty-something
mother in Cumbria, England, and read around the world by mothers, fathers, and others interested in outside-the-mainstream living and parenting.
As we waited for the New Hampshire returns to roll in, Robert Housman, a blond thirty-something
lawyer who had served as the assistant director for strategic .planning in the Clinton drug czar's office, remarked, "I thought I would watch this race from the sidelines ...
For students in the thirty-something
and older age brackets, tasks such as registering online for classes, emailing an essay to a professor, or even manipulating a mouse can prove challenging.
Say hello to Generation X--those bold and inquisitive twenty- and thirty-something
physicians who are now fully immersed in the health care workforce and are indeed different from the physicians of the past.