It is heartbreaking, but always bracingly
honest and funny.
It's enough for those of us here who love his work, who find it funny and sexy and bracingly
dark, to say: We miss Leonard Cohen.
Despite the bracingly
cold weather, the competitors enjoyed their ride, which was well managed by a strong team of volunteers.
Based on six years interviewing her former teachers and classmates, as well as dozens of other women who had dropped out before completing their degrees in science or found their careers less rewarding than they had hoped, "The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still a Boys' Club" is a bracingly
honest, no-holds-barred examination of the social, interpersonal, and institutional barriers confronting women (and other minorities) in the STEM fields.
This one does, and that's one reason it feels bracingly
Slovenia wasn't the sleepy retreat I'd expected - I had jumped into a postcard from Europe's New Zealand and discovered it was bracingly
In feature articles by arts reporter Stuart Miller ("Belly Up to the Bard," page 22) and AT associate editor Diep Tran ("If These Walls Could Talk," page 28), you'll meet a gaggle of groups that deploy their histrionic assets in bracingly
unconventional ways--some serious Shakespeareans surrounded by fans who are seriously drunk; documentarians imitating museum scholars right under the scholars' noses; actors dressed up like figures in an Impressionist painting, communing with their likenesses.
inventive and accomplished new film about fame, relevance, self-worth and lots of other intense stuff, he's sitting in his white undies, in the middle of a dressing room.
Something like that happens with 2 Guns, which starts off bracingly
cynical, moves to repetitively cynical and ends up unpleasantly cynical.
Ron Paul's two presidential campaigns brought a bracingly
libertarian message about civil liberties, fiscal and monetary policy, and peace to the Republican Party, with the longtime libertarian congressman winning 2 million primary votes in 2012.
It's also brilliantly directed by Terry Zwigoff, and even with a slightly tacked on ending, it's still a bracingly
Bastille Opera's season came to a close with a bracingly
beautiful new production of Strauss's Arabella (seen Jun.