Babies, I’m feeling lazy. So this is my mute appreciation of a man from the past who shaped the present, design-wise. For further research contact the University of Texas at… Read more Norman Bel Geddes – design GOD →
Rosalind Russell wrote an autobiography called, “Life is a Banquet”. It used to sit on my grandmother’s bookshelf and I remember picking it up when I was around twelve and… Read more Pages from Rosalind Russell’s book on her 108th birthday…what she had to say about “The Women” →
At the age of 49 in 1950 Jean Arthur starred on Broadway in the role of Peter Pan with Boris Karloff playing Captain Hook. In later life Miss Arthur taught… Read more Jean Arthur as Peter Pan →
The first American actress to play Peter Pan on Broadway.
The iconic Grauman’s Chinese Theater, designed by Raymond A. Kennedy of the architectural firm also responsible for the Egyptian, Meyer and Holler. Douglas Fairbanks was a part owner: Along with… Read more Grauman’s Chinese Theater →
Carmen De Lavallade and Wesley (Hello, Wesley!) Fata dance (wow, do they dance!) to the Soul Bossa Nova, composed and performed by Quincy Jones. *** A darling friend, who is… Read more Babies, do you Bossa Nova? Welcome to a new Beguiling reader and Happy Valentine’s Weekend! →