Last week Nancy Drew, teen detective, celebrated her series’ 85th anniversary of continuous publication. In the 1950s, Nancy still wore demure dresses, drove a snappy blue convertible and called home from a telephone booth. 788 more words
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Dr. Paul A. Offit writes about the costs of substituting prayer for medical care, especially in the cases of those without a voice — children.. via NYT Science http://ift.tt/1E1XGKj
I’ve been reading the autobiography of Bayard Veiller, and I’ve been having a lot of fun doing so.
He was a playwright who died in 1943, so a lot of his anecdotes are about actors and actresses who performed on Broadway long before filming became commonplace. 173 more words