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By Sebastian Jay Nemec, Queer Alt North Creator

“She went to Paris. And from then on, she became immensely popular all over the world — Madonna, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga put together,” said Jean Claude-Baker, one of Josephine Baker’s 12 adopted “Rainbow Tribe” children. 524 more words


Finding Glamour in Maine: Part 3

Check out Finding Glamour in Maine Part 1 and Part 2.

If there’s one thing everyone goes to see at York Beach is the Nubble Lighthouse. 548 more words

Living in the Shadow of a Genius

What would the world be like, if all gifts and talents were shared equally. A Utopian world of matching talents… A world in which all spoke with the wit and eloquence of Oscar Wilde. 595 more words


Today in History: Joséphine Baker conquers Paris in 1925

A single evening made ​​her a star. On October 7, 1925, Josephine Bakers, the American-born French dancer, singer and actress, electrifies her French audience with her performance in the “Revue Nègre” in the Théatre des Champs Elysées in Paris. 17 more words

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