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Five Women' challenges actresses to find true heart Keiara Carr The Journal Gazette The stage production of Five Women Wearing the Same Dress is the story of five bridesmaids who find a common bond as they hide out from an over-the-top wedding.
Behind-the-scenes wedding drama gathers sassy Southern belles Contributing writer Five Women Wearing the Same Dress What: Harlequin Productions presents Alan Ball's comedy about the drama of being a bridesmaid...Friday and Saturday, plus Aug. 28-31
The key, says Brian Wagner, is to ease into it. It's the end of the summer, and people are trying to get kids back to school or squeeze in one last vacation, he says. It's hard to get people in the theater with something heavy. Being a dinner
Abdulateef Al-Mulhim Tuesday 16 July 2013 Last Update 16 July 2013 2:51 am An abaya is a robe like cover. It is mainly worn by women and young girls in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. Women in other Arab and Muslim countries do wear it, but
According to findings of a new survey released on Wednesday, the majority of men prefer that women wear dresses and skirts. The Ipsos Synovate study indicates 59 in every 100 men would like to see women wear dresses or skirts as opposed to trousers.
McKeesport Little Theater 1614 Coursin St., McKeesport. $7-15. The ladies of the wedding party don't particularly like the bride, so they tend to hover around the luxe bedroom of little sister/bridesmaid Meredith (lovely Elizabeth Pegg) while she
Sunglasses company Oakley is tackling what is says is one of the biggest problems in activewear: women wearing their spandex yoga pants to brunch. "Women wear their activewear as leisure wear right now," said Josee Perreault, Oakley's senior vice
Brit women wear make up when they hit the gym New York, Apr 13 : A new study has found that 26 percent of British women wear a full face of makeup when they hit the gym. While over half (55 percent) of the 1,907 gym-going women surveyed said they
Jawhar Thursday 21 March 2013 Last Update 21 March 2013 1:19 am Reading articles in the foreign press about Saudi Arabia almost always ends with unfulfilled expectations. Never mind the articles on politics, oil and the usual tripe about Wahhabism.
Palmerah Barat in West Jakarta one afternoon, when a woman approached the door. After the woman entered the salon, Rita locked the door of the salon again, which has a tagline Salon for muslimah [Muslim women]. Our salon is sharia, so no men are