Oops! We rewrote some of the code that handles how birthdays are handled, and accidentally overwrote our production code with the debug code, which made every day July 6th… this has been fixed, and every day is its right day again, and there won’t be any duplicate performers who are also directors in the list any longer. Sorry for the mix-up.
We’ve been blessed with links to so many reviews, our old way of displaying the older reviews wasn’t cutting it anymore and the server would choke while trying to show you all 8,558 reviews that start with the letter S… So we’ve changed the review listings, and they’re now paginated. Browse away!
When we debuted the nationality field, we were pretty happy. We some internal debates what to call it, but apparently, it turnsout, we weren’t quite as clear as we thought we were.
In our minds, if I had a page, my nationality would be “American/Italian” even tho I was born here in the US; my great-grandparents were off the boat, so I consider myself part “Italian” — which is what we all figured the “nationality” tag would convey. Also, it’s a standardized field, so it will be searchable in the not-to-distant future. (“Show me all the swedish girls!”)
Judging by the amount of corrections we’ve gotten… not so much.
So, we’ve renamed the field “Nationality/Heritage”
Hopefully this will help eliminate some confusions as to what we mean.
Ever since we rolled out the Ethnicity field, we’ve gotten emails, correctly pointing out that we’re really mixing up nationalities and ethnicities. That “American” is not an ethnicity, but a nationality… So we’re happy to say we’ve broken out the fields and we now have an “Ethnicity” field that actually reflects ethnicities, and a nationality field that reflects the heritage of the performer. We hope you like it.