A tapping tradition, the Hines wayNovember 7, 2013
Maurice Hines, brother of Gregory, is still tapping his way across stages, including the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. He is paying tribute to his family's dancing tradition while also helping those just sliding on shoes. The Post's Whitney Leaming even found out the special step he has for the most famous Washington family.
(The Washington Post)
Bedrock decency and easy likability were the hallmarks of John Prentice, Sidney Poitier's character in the famous film about a white girl (Katharine Houghton) bringing her black fiancé home to her San Francisco liberal parents (Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn). Warner absorbed some of the classic Poitier traits at Bill Cosby's knee as he played Cosby's son, Theo, from 1984 to 1992 on one of the most popular and respected sitcoms in television history
He sticks by that image, even if, sitting in a glass-walled atrium at Arena one recent afternoon, he looks like one cool L.A. dude. Black slacks and a sleek black long-sleeve tee are accessorized with a spiffy black ball cap and a heavy silver necklace. The mustache is a dapper touch.… Read more
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