On September 2, 2005, writer and Old Hollywood fan extraordinaire Austin Mutti-Mewse and his love Joanna exchanged vows. (more…)Read more
Madonna's onetime costumer designer and stylist Marlene Stewart created looks for the videos “Material Girl,” “Papa Don't Preach,” “Like a Prayer,” “Express Yourself,” “Vogue” and for the Queen of Pop's early tours. (more…)Read more
If you're a fan of '40s and '50s noir movies and their femmes fatales, check out the paintings of Jane Ianniello, whose NoirscapesArt is represented by a store on Etsy. (more…)Read more
On January 30, 1954, Old Hollywood's most famous little person, Billy Barty (1924-2000), appeared on The Spike Jones Show, impersonating Liberace (1919-1987).
The secret of billboard star Angelyne's identity was something we never thought we'd know — until we did. (more…)Read more
The Village Voice is ending its print edition. Above is the cover I loved most as a college kid in Chicago. Have carried it around for 25 years. And counting. (more…)Read more