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My Fair Lady (Shiftingclothes.com, 29th March 2011)

No longer just a character from George Bernard Shaw’s 1912 production Pygmalion, or even Audrey Hepburn’s character in 60s flick My Fair Lady, the modern-day Eliza Doolittle is a name on everyone’s lips for another reason. 392 more words


WILLIAM MCGURN: Audrey Hepburn Teaches Economics

Wall Street Journal — Progressives rushing to help New York nail-salon workers should rent a copy of ‘My Fair Lady.’

If only the men who write our musicals would write our labor laws. 72 more words


My Idol: The Confirmed Old Bachelor of My Fair Lady

Over the weekend I got to enjoy one of my favorite classic movies, My Fair Lady, on the big screen at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at which I also enjoyed what I now believe is America’s most amazing hamburger. 537 more words

Female Empowerment

Eliza Doolittle and Me

If you’ve lived for very long, you’ve likely experienced something traumatic. Oh, maybe you didn’t have open heart surgery or a near-death experience, but somewhere along the line you’ve gone through a “dark night of the soul.”  Whether it was a physical challenge, an emotional nightmare or a spiritual crisis of faith, it’s not a comfortable place to reside! 646 more words

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