Inspiration As a child of the 60s, I spent hours next to our little portable record player listening to show tunes my mother and father had provided for our entertainment. The Sound of Music (1965) and My Fair Lady (1964) were some of my all time favorites and it was through those vinyl recordings that I fell in love with Audrey Hepburn. Her talent, class and natural grace were evident even through audio recordings. I sang and danced around the living room pretending that I was her and that I was evolving into the beautiful debutante I was hoping to become one day. Years later, after a particularly difficult move from the suburbs of Washington, D.C. ( continue reading... )

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The Cocktail Nation: A Kitchen Of The Future

Episode 309    Apr 20th 2014

Got a cool pad but the Kitchen is just a little too contemporary, well I’ve got a guy who is going to inspire you to create the retro kitchen of the future ! News on the state of affairs for the Rooney Estate, I’ll let you know who is in my soon to be released book number 2 of interviews plus an incredible story of an auction of the most amazing scrap yard in history!

Film The idea of an open air movie theater first phased Richard Hollingshead of Camden, New Jersey in the early 1930s. Hollingshead, who worked as a sales manager at his father’s company, Whiz Auto Parts, had extensive knowledge in automobiles. A motion picture buff, he combined these interests and envisioned a concept where people could watch a movie from the comfort of their own cars under the stars. With the start of the Great Depression, it goes without saying that the 1930s was a difficult period for most Americans. Motion pictures seemed a natural escape from the hardships that plagued people ( continue reading... )


Film Films from the 1950 made a big impact on pop culture as Disney’s Classic Cinderella and the first Father of the Bride starring Elizabeth Taylor were released. These timeless classics make us believe that movies from that generation were indeed golden and had a magical quality to it. Here are the Most Popular Feature films released in 1950. Cinderella A perennial Disney classic based on ( read more... )

Film Before we get started, I need to point this out to you. Bond, for me, is Dr. No-Die Another Day. Daniel Craig does not exist. We won’t get into the debates here, because I’m trying to focus on the good, not the bad. So I won’t be mentioning how Pee Wee Herman would make a better Bond, or how they ruined one of my favorite ( read more... )

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Daydreaming Here is another masterfully and stylishly edited video by YouTube user Solsoulvideo. This time we are taking a mile high mondo (very bizarre) trip around the world, set to the best lounge and bossa music on the planet. From Italy to Greece, England to France and the US to Spain and back again, we experience different cultures in a fast and thrilling documentary-style. What do ( read more... )

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Film Sometimes, the opening titles for a movie are far more a work of art than the movie itself. It might seem like a simple task to present the director, producer(s), actors and the production crew in a defined container. But think about it. In a time frame of usually only a few minutes, not only do you have to make sure that the right people ( read more... )