Monthly Archives: March 2016

Cleopatra, reborn in Mayaguez

When not blogging, gardening or cooking I assist in the productions of our ballet company, Western Ballet Theatre of PR, with my wife, Nana Badrena, the choreographer and artistic director. So to “Cleopatra”, the latest ballet, in neoclassical, Cuban School tradition. A flight from Newark, JFK, Philly, Miami and more, to Aguadilla (BQN) to see this wonderful recreation of ancient Egypt and its interaction with the Roman Empire.
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And a few publicity pictures of the protagonists, Cleopatra, Mark Anthony and Julius Caesar:

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New role for statisticians

The Onion strikes again, with real math humour (UK spelling, of course):

http://www.theonion.com/article/gop-statisticians-develop-new-branch-math-formulat-52463

Picture of target not needed !

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