Harry Dean Stanton “I played myself to death and it was worth it”

Harry Dean Stanton “I played myself to death and it was worth it”

Harry Dean Stanton, whose scruffy looks and off-beat demeanor made him a favorite of directors seeking a character actor to add eccentricity or melancholy to the screen, died on Friday from natural causes, his agent said. He was 91. Stanton, who appeared in some 70 movies and many television shows including “Repo Man,” “Paris, Texas” […]

The Woman Who Survived the Titanic, Britannic, and Olympic Disasters

The Woman Who Survived the Titanic, Britannic, and Olympic Disasters

White Star Line was a prominent British shipping company, famous for their luxurious liners. Founded in 1845, the company had their first liner, the Oceanic, built in 1870. The ship had a successful run; it was taking passengers across the Pacific until 1895 when it was decommissioned and sold for scrap. Encouraged by this success, White Star […]

“The Shape of Water” wins top prize at Venice Film Festival

“The Shape of Water” wins top prize at Venice Film Festival

Guillermo del Toro’s critically-acclaimed romantic fantasy “The Shape of Water” has won the Golden Lion at the 74th Venice Film Festival. “The Shape of Water”, is a dark fairy tale in which a mute cleaning lady falls in love with an aquatic creature. The film beat contenders including George Clooney’s “Suburbicon” and Alexander Payne’s “Downsizing” […]

Are Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell Engaged For Real?

Are Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell Engaged For Real?

We’re used to Hollywood couples separating after spending a few years together, but some exceptions prove that there is real love even in their world. Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell are an amazing couple with an inspiring love story which lasts for decades. Not only that, but something unexpected happened recently. Trying Times If you […]

Was Amelia Earhart Death By The Japanese, A Government Cover Up?

Was Amelia Earhart Death By The Japanese, A Government Cover Up?

 Mad for plaid: Earhart was all smiles in March of 1937 (above) when she took off from Los Angeles on her planned circumnavigation of the globe  Heavy metal: The legendary aviator was last heard from on July 2 of that year, noting the poor visibility and her declining gas levels in a series of transmissions that […]

1930s Dinner Party That Want Break The Bank

1930s Dinner Party That Want Break The Bank

As we are looking at a new home built in the 1930’s to celebrate our home with a range we desided to get into the spirit and have a 1930’s theme party. After the initial excitment and reality set in one major question arose. What exactly did the suburbanites eat in say 1936? It was […]