Alfred Hitchcock made Tippi Hedren a star, giving her showy roles in “The Birds” and “Marnie.” But when she refused the director’s sexual advances, he threatened to destroy her career. 569 more words
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By Arthur Williams
Being a murderer myself, I was very interested in the statement recently made by a well-known reviewer of murder stories that “the best and most stimulating detective stories being written today are those that stress the puzzle of ‘why’ at least co-equally with ‘who’ and ‘how.’ ” 5,346 more words
On the 12th of December 1925, Arthur Heineman opened the first recorded motel along Highway 101 just north of San Luis Obispo, California. As he couldn’t fit in the full name ‘Milestone Motor Hotel’ on the sign, he left it as ‘Motor Hotel’, which then came to be abbreviated as mo-tel. 833 more words
Burning a page does not make it vanish.
I have created Poems Found as a place to begin sharing poetry as it topples from the shelves at my feet, these poems I keep running across seemed to have been running towards me perhaps my entire existence, and if I am indeed a mustard seed percent reflection of what both society and I have made of each others structural realms of agreed realities, then… 348 more words
“The moment of crisis had come, and I must face it. My old fears, my diffidence, my shyness, my hopeless sense of inferiority, must be conquered now and thrust aside. 422 more words