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Old Movies and Patriarchy from the Days of HUAC and the Blacklist

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 02:52:17 GMT

Watching old movies is a journey back through time, revisiting the social attitudes of our past. A lot has changed during the last six or seven decades, much of it for the better.

See $5 million dress at Ripley's in St. Augustine Source: WSB-TV

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 16:59:57 GMT

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the B-List: Black and white doesn't automatically mean boring

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 02:05:27 GMT

Joe/Josephine and Jerry/Daphne go undercover with an all-girl band to escape the mob i 1 2 and meet blonde bombshell Sugar Kane Kowalczyk in "Some Like It Hot." Tracy Lords finds her rock-solid confidence cracking the eve of her wedding thanks to her first husband C.K. Dexter Haven and reporter Macaulay "Mike" Connor in "The Philadelphia Story."

On SNL, Hillary Clinton and other first ladies console Melania Trump...

Sun, 04 Feb 2018 14:24:08 GMT

Luckily for her, "Saturday Night Live" dispatched some former first ladies who faced their own personal indignities to console her this weekend. "No first lady has ever been more humiliated than me," Cecily Strong's Trump says during a visit from beyond the grave by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis .

Quincy Jones rejected Marilyn Monroe for breast shape

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 22:24:36 GMT

Quincy Jones, 84, says he REJECTED a date with sex icon Marilyn Monroe because he thought her chest 'looked like pears' In an interview with GQ that was published on Monday, the 84-year-old record producer revealed his friend Frank Sinatra wanted to set him up with the bombshell. But Jones refused as he said he thought the Some Like It Hot actress 'had a chest that looked like pears.'

French waiter spends A 8,500 on lip fillers and botox

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 12:36:22 GMT

French waiter spends A 8,500 on extreme lip fillers and botox to look like his idol Marilyn Monroe A man who has spent over A 8,500 on lip fillers and botox in a quest to look like his idol Marilyn Monroe has revealed his dramatic transformation. Cyril Roux, 32, from Toulon, France , has his lips injected with filler once every two months - and has spent more than A 3,500 on his pout alone.

Theater: 'Insignificance' is a touch weird at Dragon Theatre

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 03:24:40 GMT

In the realm of theater, there is sublime, there is thought-provoking, there is quirky and there's really weird. Dragon Productions Theatre Company's production of "Insignificance" portends importance but frequently teeters ever so slightly toward the weird rather than merely being quirky.

Him Too? How Arthur Miller Smeared Marilyn Monroe and Invented the Myth of the Male Witch Hunt.

Sun, 28 Jan 2018 02:55:05 GMT

These days, the people with the most vociferous fears of the hunt are those who've always been the least likely to be hunted: Powerful men. "There is a bit of a witch hunt happening tooa There's some people, famous people, being suddenly accused of touching some girl's knee, or something, and suddenly they're being dropped from their programme, or something," said actor Liam Neeson, who once starred on Broadway as the morally agonized but ultimately righteous hero John Proctor in Arthur Miller's The Crucible .

Fascinating Photos Of Everyday Life In The 1950s and 60s

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 22:29:53 GMT

Life in the United States seemed quite black and white in the 50s and 60s, as segregation and racial tension turned to violence, the divide between rich and poor widened, and non-conformists were cast as criminals by the media. There was an excitement and energy in the air, and yet everyday life was quieter and far simpler, making for perfectly simple portraits without all the background noise you see nowadays in places like Los Angeles, Chicago or New York City.

Raunchy video emerges of modelling agency that supplied hostesses to...

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 13:20:37 GMT

In the clip, shared by owner Caroline Dandridge, you see a number of women dancing around in revealing outfits while pouring champaign emulating the famous Marilyn Monroe "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" performance. Artista has been under the spotlight in recent days amid claims that hostesses were propositioned by millionaire guests during an event at The Dorchester hotel in Mayfair, London, last Thursday.

Making sense of Marilyn Monroe: Photos of her early years

Thu, 25 Jan 2018 13:57:21 GMT

Posing seductively in a swimsuit and smiling for the cameras on her first wedding day, these photos provide a rare glimpse into the early life of Marilyn Monroe. Other images from her childhood show her playing in the garden aged around ten and enjoying a family holiday on the beach as a toddler.

When Bill met Marilyn

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 02:57:22 GMT

Mad about Marilyn: Bill Homrighausen, also known as "Mr. DeWitt," has a vast collection of Marilyn Monroe keepsakes that will be displayed Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Figge Art Museum in downtown Davenport. The dinner and display will raise funds for the William D. and Shirley J. Homrighausen Endowment Fund to support the museum's publications.

A Play About Physics and Celebrity Opens In Redwood City This Weekend

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 01:01:51 GMT

Imagine a meeting of the minds between Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Senator Joe McCarthy, and Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel room in the 1950s. Using these archetypes as a jumping off point, playwright Terry Johnson shows that celebrity, sex, death, and politics are all intertwined.