An interesting story, on keeping dancers working.
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, more on sensory science, and introduces a new kind of sugar.
Image: Doughnuts, not as bad as you think (depending……………..on if and how much sugar, and how the doughnuts are “fried”) Gigi reads FoodWISE, and highlights the one paragraph in the book that says it all. (nutritionally-speaking) And here’s scientific article back-up: what’s up with fiber and whole grains?
PNB dancers must stay in magnificent shape—at-home workouts most certainly can help. Read about creative workups and rituals dancers are creating—at home.
Gigi reads FoodWISE, on the value of fats, and of isolation, as here: infection spread in Europe
As, described here: empty classrooms, studios, stages. (Christopher Gregory for The Washington Post)
A bold move on the part of Pacific Northwest Ballet, but one that is sure to please! Applause, please: https://www.seattletimes.com/entertainment/dance/how-pacific-northwest-ballet-plans-to-pull-off-an-all-digital-season/
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, on faulty science and faculty layoffs, as here: faculty layoffs Image: Earlier vlog
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, continuing on with her section, “Believing Diets.” Provocative article from the Seattle Times: people living longer?
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, what happens when we “yo-yo” diet? Lose and regain the same 10# or 25# or 125#? Our bodies are complex, sophisticated and, at times, unpredictable. Read about all that in The Atlantic tonight: the pandemic’s central mystery.