Lana Turner—discovered sipping soda in a California cafe—turned heads with her brief appearance as a sexy co-ed in They Won’t Forget in 1937. “The Sweater Girl” didn’t utter a line. 226 more words
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There was an article somewhere recently that described a new trend in literary fiction, inspired by Elena Ferrante: writing about women’s friendships. I literally did a double-take when I saw it; because there have been books, across all genres, about female friendships for many, many years–for example, the examination of women’s friendships and relationships with other women were at the root of every Rona Jaffe novel; the primary strengths of both 962 more words
If you were around in 1978, you may have heard something about Donald Duck comic books being banned in Finland.
I don’t know if they’re still banned. 898 more words
SO IT’S A SHOW is a biweekly podcast I co-host. In each episode, we examine a new pop culture reference in an episode of Gilmore Girls… 130 more words