Good Morning. I hope that you are enjoying this weekend, fully vaccinated and boosted, with family and friends.
I wish that I could see both of these on Broadway.
Actor @WendellPierce is getting the star treatment on Broadway, taking center stage as the first Black man to play the lead in "Death of a Salesman." Tomorrow, @CBSMMIller chats with him about taking on the iconic role and his nearly 40-year career. pic.twitter.com/koODG2KeUE
— cbssaturday (@cbssaturday) October 8, 2022
This fall, John David Washington will step into the role Samuel L. Jackson originated in 1987 as both actors star in a new revival of August Wilson’s 'The Piano Lesson.'
“He didn’t see me do it,” says Jackson, “but I killed that shit.” https://t.co/whJooNWqUq
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) October 9, 2022
because, OF COURSE
Jim DeFede (@DeFede) tweeted at 4:34 PM on Fri, Oct 14, 2022:
Governor DeSantis makes it easier to vote in three Republican stronghold counties hit by Hurricane Ian but not in the one county that favors Democrats. https://t.co/b05UHAu2ou
Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) tweeted at 1:25 PM on Fri, Oct 14, 2022:
This is Tracey Howard, sitting on the porch where he found his wife yesterday after she’d been shot and killed. The shooter also killed their dog. Howard had gone to Lowe’s for lightbulbs and came back home to the unimaginable scene. “This is my life now,” he said. https://t.co/GgVFeNshKk
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