Ten links related to the past that will brighten up your immediate future:
POSEIDON'S UNDERWORLD: Poseidon's annual roundup of actors taking showers on film is here, making its usual splash.
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST INDIA: On the occasion of the 129th anniversary of his birth, check out the home of Charlie Chaplin in India ·— which is now a museum.
THE FILM EXPERIENCE: A reminiscence of the late, great Milos Forman (1932-2018).
WORLD OF WONDER: Joel Grey (b. 1932) was not Bob Fosse's (1927-1987) first pick for Cabaret (1972) — Ruth Gordon (1896-1985) was! Imagine how awful Cabaret would've been had this and many other of Fosse's instincts been heeded.
OLD SCHOOL '80S: On this day 35 years ago, Steve Garvey (b. 1948) broke the National League record for consecutive games played. He still holds the record — 1,207.
VARIETY: Remembering the seismic creative effect Hair had when it opened on Broadway on April 29, 1968.
EXTRATV: R. Lee Ermey, best known as the godawful drill sergeant in Full Metal Jacket (1987), died of pneumonia at 74.
BOY CULTURE: A newish documentary on Netflix traces 100 of a man's sexual encounters, examining LGBTQ history in the process.
GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: Victor Garber (b. 1949) reminisces about his early obsession with Barbra Streisand (b. 1942) as he continues to thrill audiences in Hello, Dolly! on Broadway opposite Bernadette Peters (b. 1948).
BOSTON: Former First Lady Barbara Bush (b. 1925) is in end-of-life palliative care.