You’ve read the Jean Harlow post– now impress your friends (your easily impressedfriends) with these “Did You Know?” gems: Jean Harlow and Hedy Lamarr were the primary inspirations for “Batman”
Just when you think the world has gone to hell in a handbasket, from behind the dark clouds drifts to Earth a radiant angel, dressed in a resplendent robe
Here’s the third and last chapter in my hard-wrought Top Ten Dame Movies list. It’s been hard to whittle down the list, and if I thought Part 2 was
GUEST POST BY HOLLY ABRAMS! Since I can’t be pried off the couch to stop watching my endless parade of Law & Orders, we are very lucky to have
Here is a continuation of my Top Ten List of Classic Dame-y Movies. This is no easy task because there are so many movies that feature dames being dames.
The world is chock full of dames, some fully-blossomed, some who remain stunted as seedlings. One of the best ways to coax a nascent dame out of her shell
For several generations I Love Lucy has served as a sort of televisual I-Ching. For millions of young girls, I Love Lucy has been a redhead-led Rosetta Stone, a valuable key
Everyone wants their content to be seen by as many people as possible. But what you really want is for your content to be shared by as many people
Check it out! I couldn’t have put it better than E.A. Hanks in her piece in Time Magazine — Enough With the Kooky Ingenues — Bring Back the Dame!
The thing about hearts that love a lot, they just keep breaking. And this time it’s the ease and energy with which I love a lot of stuff a