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Hartford's Vaudeville Star Sophie Tucker Subject ...
, the legendary bad-girl jazz singer who was raised in Hartford, wrote a memoir in 1935, when she was in her late 40s. For the next 10 years, she went back and forth between publishers...
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Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Now you see him now you don’t. Stage and screen star Nathan Lane (pictured above) will depart the Broadway production of It’s Only a Play on January 4, 2015 (the production’s original closing date) to...
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Brooklyn Academy of Music
A glorious holiday spent at Miami Beach
Little did we know when we checked into the Deauville that it was the favourite in the 1950s and 60s for many of the rich and famous, including the likes of The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis...
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Sacred, Sad And Salacious: With Many Meanings, What Is True Blue? The color blue has meant a lot of things to a lot of different people. In medieval times, the Virgin Mary's cloak was often painted a...
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A Daily Mail History Of The Great British Sandwich
A Daily Mail History Of The Great British Sandwich The Daily Mail aks a question about the Great British Sandwich: Rightly, the death of the Great British sandwich (surely the hungry editor’s yell...
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Martin Short’s Menagerie of Weirdos
The first time Martin Short went to a broadcast of “Saturday Night Live,” it was 1976, and he was there to see his ex-girlfriend, Gilda Radner. They had met in Toronto, not far from where Short grew...
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The Outrageous Sophie Tucker Tells The Tale of Ma...
Though she's a character of a bygone era, Tucker was a huge name in entertainment during the early part of the 20th century and demonstrated characteristics of today's pop stars. She worked a fanbase...
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Reel Jewish: Moses (and other Jewish heroes) are ...
Do not be alarmed by that rumbling sound, or the cloud of dust faintly visible in the rearview mirror. It’s not an earthquake. It’s the pulse-quickening onslaught of Egyptian chariots, enhanced with...
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Rock, jazz, theatre, circus and much more ... Melbourne to buzz with many and varied activities. CLASSICAL Tomorrow's Tognetti's Beethoven concert combines three of the influential German composer's...
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