Some Like it Hot Seventeen percent of Americans enjoy sleeping in a warm bedroom, while 83 percent prefer it to be cool.In airweave’s press release, Dan Pardi, a researcher who conducts sleep research with the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department at Stanford University, said: “A room that is too warm can prevent your core temperature from lowering to its ideal place for good sleep, and a room that is too cold is alerting, which makes total sense: you don’t want to fall asleep and then freeze,” said Pardi.Larry Coen is no stranger to pushing the envelope himself.
I would not want to appear nude in front of children. It's a good time to talk about ‘Is this where you want to take Boston Children’s Theatre?
' "Personally, I’m a big fan of on-stage nudity, but not for prurient reasons.
In fact he’s currently directing and appearing in “Greece,” in which “Grease” meets “Clash of the Titans” with the company’s usual gender-bending sensibility.
No one will be surprised if a toga or two is dropped.
(There were contradictory claims about whether a board member tried to, sorry, cover up the situation.)“You can put up all the signs in the world," said Coen, "but for people going to an institution that they are invested in — they’re not going to stop and read all the signs.