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Charlotte Moorman Undergoes an Artistic Revival in ‘A Feast of Astonishments’

By Mariah Quintanilla

July 20, 2016

You might expect that someone who played the cello while suspended from giant helium balloons over the Sydney Opera House in Australia, organized major avant-garde festivals in New York City, and spent time with Yoko Ono and Andy Warhol, would not be forgotten. 984 more words

1960s

60's Gold - 38 songs I love from the Sixties

Hi guys, yet again, I’m back with another music related blog post. This time though, it’s based on throwback tunes. Enjoy.

I was brought up in a household that really valued 60’s and 70’s music, so it was fairly easy for me to realise from an early age that the ‘Swinging Sixties’ had a lot to offer musically. 353 more words

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All 17 The Prisoner (1967) episodes available @ YouTube

I kid you not! For an introduction, here’s episode 1:

For the entire series, please click playlist icon in clip’s upper left corner.

The Prisoner… 9 more words

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Vogue 7637

Here is my Vintage Pattern Contest entry. I chose Vogue 7637 from 1968.  Now there isn’t too many pictures because it is just too hot to wear a wool dress for any length of time. 238 more words

Sewing

Moana

MOANA

Back in approx. 2003 I nearly bought Moana, the 23′ Max Carter designed & built clinker day boat. The reason I didn’t was from memory the then owners were asking silly money, they had spent a disproportionate amount of money on her relative to her size & were looking to recover that + the purchase price. 82 more words

Launches

It Started in Naples

Film Title

It Started in Naples

Director

Melville Shavelson

Starring

  • Clark Gable as Michael Hamilton
  • Sophia Loren as Lucia Curcio
  • Vittorio De Sica as Mario Vitale…
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Movie Reviews

The Face Of Fu Manchu (1965 UK/West Germany)

This motion picture exists in a weird 1920s/1960s hybrid. The male fashions and the cars suggest the 20s, but the women are pure 60s. There is enough mystery and action to keep things from slowing down too much, though the film does drag in parts. 511 more words

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