Tag: 1939

October 3, 2014 / / Architecture

Movie Review Gone With the Wind (1939) THE SCREEN IN REVIEW; David Selznick’s ‘Gone With the Wind’ Has Its Long-Awaited Premiere at Astor and Capitol, Recalling Civil War and Plantation Days of South–Seen as Treating Book With Great Fidelity By FRANK S. NUGENT Published: December 20, 1939 Understatement has its…

June 9, 2014 / / Advertising
October 1, 2013 / / Blogging

If you would like to visit the Capitol or the Lincoln Memorial today, they’re shut to visitors due to the shenanigans of this fellow: John Boehner’s Shutdown By THE EDITORIAL BOARD Published: October 1, 2013 655 Comments By midnight on Tuesday, the leadership failure of Speaker John Boehner was complete.…

March 4, 2013 / / Architecture
February 1, 2013 / / Baseball

Here he’s pictured with Ruby Dee in “The Jackie Robinson Story”:

February 1, 2013 / / Baseball

In 1939 Mr. Robinson went from Pasadena Jr. College to UCLA – and not only played baseball, but football and basketball as well.