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Recently in the obstetrics unit at Saipan’s main hospital, a pregnant Chinese woman walked down a hall in a hospital gown and pink slippers, trailed by her translator, past a painting of Chamorro warriors dueling in loincloths.
Miley's epic, textured ponytail (to go with her embellished loincloth, naturally), care of celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell.
What happens in Hamlet, give or take everything interesting about that play and its main character, is here mapped onto the superfolks of Castle Grayskull, where no loincloth dispensary or Spandex merchant ever went out of business.
Some men wore loincloths and traditional carved jewelry around their necks.
Men wore loincloths and traditional carved jewelry around their necks.
Suzan-Lori Parks’s 1996 play, revived for the Signature by Lear deBessonet, constructs and deconstructs Saartjie Baartman, a South African woman brought to Europe in the early nineteenth century and exhibited in a loincloth as the Hottentot Venus.
But canopy-walk attractions give those of us without the benefit of feathers, a loincloth or a bushy tail an opportunity to experience and learn about life at the top.
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