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"slice" of life
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"slice" of life
The riveting Patrick Stewart pizza saga continues today with the news that Sir Pat-Stew enjoyed a slice of Deep Dish pizza in Chicago, this time with a knife and fork.
Mr. Stewart made good on a promise to New York magazine that he would likely “take another slice” on a Read More
Red Carpet Real Estate
As the world went bonkers over the discovery that Patrick Stewart was eating his first “slice” of pizza in 72 years, New York magazine’s Daily Intelligencer got in touch with the star to get the scoop–er, slice–on the Tweet that brought a nation to its knees.
Turns out, it wasn’t that Read More
It’s no Enterprise-D, but Patrick Stewart’s new digs in Park Slope are definitely swanky. The Captain was rumored by Brownstoner to have moved to the neighborhood back in August, but the website stayed traditionally tight-lipped on further details. Now Curbed has unearthed the actual sale and the address, revealing that Mr. Stewart paid $2.5 million for a three-bedroom condo at 288 Seventh Street.
This is a work of satire, based on Patrick Stewart’s recent Twitter fights with Time Warner Cable. Only the first two of these tweets were actually sent from the actor’s Twitter account, though we really wish this were his Tumblr.)
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Rupert Goold’s production of Macbeth with Patrick Stewart has arrived at the Brooklyn Academy of Music from London, where it was widely acclaimed as “definitive” and “the experience of a lifetime.” Though the gifted Mr. Goold’s opening scene is brilliantly unnerving, I’m not so sure that a Macbeth that doesn’t go on to terrify you Read More
Something Star Trek this way comes! It’s the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s massive production of Macbeth, starring the man most well known as Cap. Jean-Luc Picard, Mr. Patrick Stewart, who, as the New York Post’s Michael Riedel conjectures, may be on his way to a Tony. Follow the logic:
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