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Movie Musicals and Pianists

My latest two features for the Times touched upon two different worlds: the world of the dance accompanist, and that of the movie choreographer.

The first was a musing on the secret life of dance pianists. 113 more words

Vintage Photos of Rita Hayworth For “Film Noir” Gilda (1946) | FROM THE BYGONE

Gilda is a 1946 American black-and-white film noir directed by Charles Vidor and starring Rita Hayworth in her signature role as the ultimate femme fatale who becomes locked in a passionate love/hate relationship with a former flame, played by Glenn Ford, who also happens to be in her husband’s employ. 71 more words

Reblogs

The History of Red Lips

I believe one of the best ways to gain confidence is through knowledge. So before I go about offering up tips and advice on lipstick, I want to share the history behind such a timeless cosmetic. 329 more words

Witter Bynner's "Passing Near"

Witter Bynner was one of the vanguard of poets, who in the 1910s and 1920s would bring about something of a poetic rebirth in the United States after several decades of undistinguished works mainly by writers better known for their prose. 809 more words

Poetry

Christian Dior Fashion Show 1956

Her Highness The Begum Aga Khan III (left) and her stepdaughter-in-law Rita Hayworth  (middle) attend front row a presentation at Christian Dior in 1956

Fashion

Recent Arrival for Rent/Sale at Movie Village


Gilda, 1946. Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford star in this classic that was directed by Charles Vidor. This is the recently released Criterion label version. 21 more words

Recent Arrival