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RobinsoNovember: Carol Channing brings HELLO, DOLLY! to Little Rock

50 years ago tonight, on November 15, 1966, Carol Channing opened a six day stint in HELLO, DOLLY! at Robinson Auditorium. She would play 8 sold out shows over those six days. 251 more words

History

Sherry. Lot’s of Sherry. And Lustau Amontillado Los Arcos Dry, in particular.

Sherry is my desert island wine.  I am baffled by the fear or reservation or misunderstanding or just plain dislike of fortified wine.  I would trade in my desert island book for an additional cask.  512 more words

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Carol Channing - Assorted Videos

Carol Channing\04. Carol Channing & Leslie Uggams – It’s Today.mpg
Carol Channing\07. Carol Channing – Hello, Dolly!.mpg
Carol Channing\11. Carol Channing & Pearl Bailey – Little Girl From Little Rock.mpg… 28 more words

Artists

It's time for Snatch Game - RuPaul's Drag Race Review - What Will K Said

Welcome to this week’s edition of the RuPaul’s Drag Race Review, it’s everyone’s favorite challenge, Snatch Game! I love this episode every year because it give us a chance to see how the girls can think on the feet a bit better than the other challenges. 389 more words

Entertainment

Why Carol Channing terrifies me...

I was traumatized by this scene at a very young age:

She’s probably a very nice lady, but whenever I look at her all I can think of is that scene, with the exception of this picture: 9 more words

Funny Gals, Serious Fashions

Who said you can’t be funny and fabulous? During the mid-twentieth century, female comedians proved those naysayers wrong. In fact, there were two of these funny gals that both had style and substance within their ultra successful careers, legendaries Lucille Ball and Carol Channing… 332 more words

Fashion And Entertainment

Oldies but goodies.... photos by JVA

Continuing on from previous post, here are some more of the old favorites

Adlai Stevenson 9/9/58

Adlai Stevenson (1900–1965), Governor of Illinois (1949–1953), U.S. presidential candidate (1952, 1956), U.N. 220 more words

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