Earlier this year, the so-called Golden Girls restaurant — actually called the Rue de la Rue Café — opened in NYC following a flurry of international press. (more…)Read more
One of the world's greatest and most beloved living stars, Dame Julie Andrews, turns 82 today. (more…)Read more
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