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Barbara Moffett

Barbara Moffett, younger sister of the much better known Lili St. Cyr, was a stunningly beautiful woman whose expert riding skills landed her a brief flash of Hollywood publicity, a roles in a few movies, and that was it. 3,194 more words

Obscure

Florida Oranges and the Deltoid Pumpkin Seed Aircraft

“Omission,” by John McPhee. The New Yorker, 9/14/2015.

My father loved Florida, and ever since I was in junior high, he would drive our family there over the school Easter vacation, and we would stay with friends who were managing an elaborate motel in Fort Lauderdale. 663 more words

Writers And Writing

Zemeckis Gives Peek at Striptease Lili St. Cyr

A glimpse. That’s what burlesque queen Lili St. Cyr offered in the form of fleshly desire to audiences, what author Leslie Zemeckis is offering in the form of a biography of the famed striptease to readers and what I’m offering in the form of this advanced report to you.  510 more words

Highbrow

Nailart | Coffin Nails Featuring BornPrettyStore

Hey guys! Today I have a really simple tutorial featuring the gold cross stickers (item #22187) that I was sent for review from bornprettystore.com! 222 more words

Nail Art

The Wiggle Room

Going to The Wiggle Room is like getting in a time machine and going back to Lili St. Cyr’s Montreal—viz., the Montreal of the late 1940s and early 1950s so lovingly described by William Weintraub in… 153 more words

Montreal

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Dorothy Patrick, actress & model (1921-1987)

Zoltan Korda, screenwriter, director & producer (1895-1961)
Maurice Evans, actor (1901-1989)
Paulette Goddard, actress (1910-1990)
Ellen Corby, actress (1911-1999) 17 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Montreal Burlesque reveals more than flesh

If Suicide Girls were something other than a California neo-burlesque troupe, their forthcoming return to Montreal might be cause for alarm. But irony plays a big part in the world of neo-burlesque, as do attention-grabbing names. 1,224 more words

Arts