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Evening Standard
London leads the way at Tales of the Cocktail competitionspecial of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipp
London leads the way at Tales of the Cocktail competition
Evening Standard / Posted 21 hours ago
special of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipping away in the same place Frank Sinatra, Marlene Dietrich, Coco Chanel and Ernest Hemingway all did. If you’re planning a few drinks, either be rich or take someone... Read more
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express
Female impressionist turns to vocal coach to nail Nicola Sturgeon at Edinburgh showthe lead role which required her to imitate the voices of legendary stars Judy
Female impressionist turns to vocal coach to nail Nicola Sturgeon at Edinburgh show
express / Posted 2 days ago
the lead role which required her to imitate the voices of legendary stars Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Billie Holiday and Marlene Dietrich, and mastered the task over a weekend. As she talks about the voices she likes to do she turns from Cheryl... Read more
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The Columbian
Kennedy sister’s bio looks at dad’s affairsa young Kick befriended the daughters of two Hollywood starlets with whom her f
Kennedy sister’s bio looks at dad’s affairs
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
a young Kick befriended the daughters of two Hollywood starlets with whom her father had affairs: Gloria Swanson and Marlene Dietrich. In the late 1920s, Joe Kennedy was carrying on an open-secret affair with Swanson: “Joe … began to live a... Read more
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The New Statesman
Roald Dahl's letters to his mother show he always had an audience of oneso much attention that within a year Dahl was staying at the Beverly Hills Hote
Roald Dahl's letters to his mother show he always had an audience of one
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
so much attention that within a year Dahl was staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Walt Disney’s tab and partying with Marlene Dietrich (with whom he was “most impressed”), Gary Cooper (“a decent type”), Ginger Rogers (“a very nice girl”) and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kennedy-clan bio recounts affairs with Hollywood starsMarlene Dietrich, the German-born film star and singer. Another book about the
Kennedy-clan bio recounts affairs with Hollywood stars
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Marlene Dietrich, the German-born film star and singer. Another book about the larger-than-life Kennedy clan? The latest in the genre is a bio of Kathleen "Kick" Kennedy, the second-eldest sister of the famous family who married into British... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Bloomsbury Club Bar, review: Awash with gorgeousnessspecial of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipp
The Bloomsbury Club Bar, review: Awash with gorgeousness
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
special of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipping away in the same place Frank Sinatra, Marlene Dietrich, Coco Chanel and Ernest Hemingway all did. If you’re planning a few drinks, either be rich or take someone... Read more
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KIVI Boise
New Book Shines Fresh Light On The Life Of Rosemary KennedyMaria Riva, daughter of movie star Marlene Dietrich, first met Rosemary Kennedy
New Book Shines Fresh Light On The Life Of Rosemary Kennedy
KIVI Boise / Posted 19 days ago
Maria Riva, daughter of movie star Marlene Dietrich, first met Rosemary Kennedy in 1938 when the family was vacationing in France. She says she grew close to the Kennedys because of her mother's affair with Joe Kennedy Sr. Riva, who's previously... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Abbeyfield movement celebrates 60 yearssuffer from loneliness and insecurity and benefit from companionship and practi
Abbeyfield movement celebrates 60 years
Alberni Valley News / Posted 19 days ago
suffer from loneliness and insecurity and benefit from companionship and practical support in their daily life”, says Marlene Dietrich, president of the Abbeyfield Houses Alberni Valley Society. Dietrich, who joined Whyte as a board member... Read more
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Evening Standard
Banana skins, tomato stalks, ants and soil on new Duck & Waffle menuspecial of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipp
Banana skins, tomato stalks, ants and soil on new Duck & Waffle menu
Evening Standard / Posted 20 days ago
special of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipping away in the same place Frank Sinatra, Marlene Dietrich, Coco Chanel and Ernest Hemingway all did. If you’re planning a few drinks, either be rich or take someone... Read more
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Evening Standard
Mayfair’s Playboy Club celebrates 50 years of starry partiesspecial of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipp
Mayfair’s Playboy Club celebrates 50 years of starry parties
Evening Standard / Posted 24 days ago
special of special occasions, and there’s something undeniably grand about sipping away in the same place Frank Sinatra, Marlene Dietrich, Coco Chanel and Ernest Hemingway all did. If you’re planning a few drinks, either be rich or take someone... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Under Milk Wood original set to attend St Albans performanceI had never been abroad before. Imagine going to Broadway! I stayed with friend
Under Milk Wood original set to attend St Albans performance
Herts Advertiser / Posted 25 days ago
I had never been abroad before. Imagine going to Broadway! I stayed with friends in Brooklyn, and Noel Coward and Marlene Dietrich came to the premiere. They both said they loved it!” Under Milk Wood Unfortunately the New York production... Read more
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iol.co.za
Pulp, film noir combine on stagenoir. They’re designed to support the stereotypes,” says Katzke. “Velda, the f
Pulp, film noir combine on stage
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
noir. They’re designed to support the stereotypes,” says Katzke. “Velda, the femme fatale is designed to be reminiscent of Marlene Dietrich, who created a new look of female sexiness that drew from men’s fashion to make it even more sexy in its... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Why de Havillands' relationship was no bed of rosesDe Havilland moved to Paris, Fontaine came on visits, and they were photographe
Why de Havillands' relationship was no bed of roses
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
De Havilland moved to Paris, Fontaine came on visits, and they were photographed laughing together at a party thrown for Marlene Dietrich in 1967. But the sisters were chalk and cheese, Olivia the quiet one, Joan the flamboyant society girl, and... Read more

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