Now then, if you were working at MGM in the late 1950s or early 1960s this is what was on the menu — wait, we’ll start with an aerial view… Read more The Elizabeth Taylor Salad at the MGM Commissary →
What? You didn’t think I was serious? Jell-o, a nineteen-twenties aesthetic…and Joan Crawford in Our Dancing Daughters, circa 1928, a naughty, scandalous flapper… Madcap youth! The 1950’s, a changing aesthetic,… Read more Jello shots – with Vickie Lester →
“If I didn’t have a scratch it was Fred.” Cyd Charisse –
“If I was black and blue, it was Gene.” Cyd Charisse –
Check in later today to see what Miss Charisse had to say about dancing with Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire…
Tis the season to be jolly!