Links from the past, with relevance today:
CBS SUNDAY MORNING: Liza Minnelli, 75, made a sweet appearance on CBS Sunday Morning on which she also sang a bit.
Always welcome an opportunity to see this living legend.
BOYCULTURE: Please check out this long read, a Q&A with Alan Eichler. Eichler, 77, is an obsessive archivist whose recordings from TV are, in some cases, the only record we have of certain broadcasts. On top of that, he's had a fascinating career working as a press agent or producer on shows like Hello, Dolly!, Hair, The Lieutenant, Swanson on Sunset and some really fascinating flops. He's a great guy, and I promise that if nothing else, you'll find his YouTube channel amazing.
RICK'S REAL/REEL WORLD: Rick writes about Carole Lombard on the 80th anniversary of her death.
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MIRROR UK: Could Madonna's own daughter, Lourdes Leon, play her in that Universal biopic?! I am not a big Lola fan, but she did attend the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School with Timothée Chalamet and performed in numerous productions soooo ... maybe?
NYT: "How a Gray Painting Can Break Your Heart."
PAGE SIX: Jenny Pentland, Roseanne Barr's daughter, has a new memoir in which she talks about the abusive nature of her childhood.
YOUTUBE: Tony Dow, 76, Wally from Leave It to Beaver (1957-1963), is opening up about his lifelong depression. A candid talk with a lovely guy.