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By the time the moon crested over the movie screen, the second feature was well under way. Although the drive-in theater was never really about cinema, its marquee reflected the taste of its teenage patrons...
Lady Liberty needs her mighty dimensions to hold a 23-foot-high cement tablet in one hand; the 'Torch of Freedom' high above her head, in the other hand; and the hopes and dreams of millions, upon million, of immigrants cradled in her bosom.
Cookie Curci says Superstitions are alive and well. Her great grandmother, whose beliefs were steeped in Old World ways, was a devout believer in the omnipotent evil eye.
Among the most celebrated of radio's crime investigators was an invisible sleuth known as The Shadow, the alter-ego of Lamont Cranston, dramatically portrayed by Brett Morrison.
Silent screen legend, Theda Bara, had her share of 'it.' Her fans didn't hear her speak, but what the post-WWI male audiences saw was enough to catapult her to the status of Hollywood's leading vamp. Vamp, short for vampire, is a word created by
The coming millennium promises to bring even more to modern motherhood. Today's working mom seems a far cry from the Harriet Nelsons, Donna Stones, June Cleavers and Margaret Andersons of my childhood-dedicated homemakers who were once the epitome
This weeks column is a special one for me. To be doing a Q & A with the fabulous Julius La Rosa, is a rare and wonderful treat. After you read this interview, I suggest you all go to youtube or his website and play a couple of his songs.