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Music-Blue Skies (Irving Berlin Song) Performed By Josephine Baker (1927)

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Blue Skies



With Z 26th letter of Z alphabet/26th post of this series, we come equally to Z end of both. This calls for Z celebration….so “ 311 more words


The Diaries of a Cosmopolitan

Source: Count Harry Kessler (translated and edited by Charles Kessler), The Diaries of a Cosmopolitan 1918-1939 (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson), pp. 279-280

Text: Saturday, 13 February 1926, Berlin… 557 more words


A tour in the footsteps of famous African-Americans in Paris

PARIS (AP) – The great African-American writers James Baldwin and Richard Wright began their feud over Wright’s novel “Native Son,” at Cafe Les Deux Magots. Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis held hands with his white girlfriend, French actress Juliette Greco, while strolling along the Seine after hanging out with Picasso. 67 more words


Folies Bergère: Populist Cosmopolitan Hub

On the 30th of November 1886, The Folies Bergère staged its first revue in Paris. Located at 32 rue Richer in the 9th Arrondissement, and called Folies Trévise back then, it was finished as an opera house by the architect Plumeret in 1869. 815 more words


Whenever I feel depressed my old sexual demon returns and that banishes my despair in mad displays of wild exhibitionism

Whenever I feel depressed, my old sexual demon returns, and that banishes my despair in mad displays of wild exhibitionism. It is the Weimar Berlin spirit. 183 more words

Interview with Kate Furnivall and some dudes


‘Hi there, Dudes, I am honoured and excited to be here.’

Kate. Well, BB, you know I go weak at the knees at the sight of that handsome phizog of yours. 1,430 more words