I did not know Gore Vidal well, but I’d read some of his books, and he’d read some of mine. We met three times: once at the National Press Club in Washington, a second time at the White House, and… Read More ›
It’s a long, winding trail to the Margarita Pie of Texas, with detours along the Mexican border, intoxicating flights of imagination to Bali, even speculation into the private life of the marriage of singer Peggy Lee and her husband. Among… Read More ›
You could have had off from work today – – if only you made some waves. You could be standing outside, rallying it up, with some blue-red dyed cake in hand. Summertime starts with Memorial Day, ends with Labor Day… Read More ›
Hooterville and Petticoat Junction suffered a tragic loss today with news that Sam Drucker, owner and manager of Drucker’s General Store has died. He was also postmaster, editor of the Hooterville World-Guardian and Justice of the Peace. He was known… Read More ›
It had been forty-four years since a First Lady had given much attention to the White House grounds and significantly re-landscaped them when Michelle Obama broke ground for what has become, in the four years since, her White House Kitchen… Read More ›
Super-Seventies Movie! The Nixons & John Wayne, the Gabors, Mary Tyler Moore, Glen Campbell, Lawrence Welk & More!
Plaid sport-jackets, bell-bottom pants, wide ties in eye-popping patterns, macrame shawls, wedge heels, massive patent-leather handbags, frosted hair, pompadoured hair, seersucker suits, rayon everything, white belts, hot pants, wrap skirts, Maude-like whatever-they’re-called shoulder-to-floor vest-skirts. It was the ubiquitous vibe of… Read More ›
The latest generation of electronic tech promising the most reliable hookup for those looking to meet is always new. Human desires for love and lust is not. Long decades before the likes of hundreds of ubiquitous sites allowed the almighty… Read More ›