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Historic Plaque at Rasco's Hotel, Montreal - Missing

In 1985 the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal was celebrating its 150th anniversary.  In honour of its anniversary and to commemorate its history in Old Montreal the society placed a historic plaque on the corner of the building which was Rasco’s Hotel, 281-295 rue St-Paul. 272 more words


Women in History: March 26th

Born on this day in…

1687 – Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (d. 1757) was Queen Consort of Prussia and wife of King Frederick William I. She was the mother of Frederick II of Prussia and sister to George II of Great Britain. 502 more words


UPDATE: Now at Swann Galleries: Sarah Bernhardt Loved This Mucha Poster So Much, She Used It for Her American Tour

Update: The Alphonse Mucha-designed poster of Sarah Bernhardt sold for $8,750.

What you see: A poster that advertises Sarah Bernhardt’s 1896 American Tour. Alphonse Mucha designed it. 336 more words


ON THIS DAY: March 15, 2017

March 15th is

Everything You Think Is Wrong Day

Ides of March

Kick Butts Day *

Peanut Lovers’ Day

Pears Helene Day

Shoe the World Day * 1,428 more words


Wine Wednesday: March 8, 2017

“Your words are my food, your breath my wine. You are everything to me.”

-Sarah Bernhardt (“the most famous actress the world has ever known”)

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Wine Wednesday

Sarah Bernhardt

Sarah Bernhardt  c. 22/23 October 1844 – 26 March 1923 was a French stage and early film actress. She was referred to as “the most famous actress the world has ever known” 1,469 more words

Sarah Bernhard Appears in Charleston

Sarah Bernhardt appeared at the Academy of Music in “La Tosca” on January 21, 1892. Her appearance was treated like that of royalty. A local reviewer for the “News and Courier”, who referred to Bernhardt as “the divine Sarah,” also wrote that the theater “had rarely held as brilliant and cultivated an audience who were spellbound through love, hate, scorn, revenge, and disgust, all of which had full sway in the role.” 304 more words