By Darlene Alvarez, Features Editor There’s no doubt by now that you’ve seen and heard of the latest Netflix sensation, The Queen’s Gambit. At first glance, a seven-episode spread on chess doesn’t seem like it would be a thrill ride, or even enough to keep me awake. And I’m happy to say I couldn’t have… Read More The Queen’s Gambit is a Masterful Game in Storytelling
By Darlene Alvarez, Features Editor Album Cover by B House Photography The Satin Dollz have just released their long awaited debut album, Pinup Revolution. After years of touring and performing, the international darlings have compiled an album celebrating the Big Band legends of the past. Being the first person outside of the Dollz to have… Read More The Satin Dollz Deliver a Delightful Revolution of a Debut Album
By Darlene Alvarez, Features Editor Photos via Google With Halloween just around the corner, we’re all looking for new ways to celebrate. For this quarantine-oween why not curl up with your favorite treat and one of these classic frights! House of Wax (1953) Set in an early 1900s NYC,a devastating fire destroys one mans beloved… Read More Halloween Classics to Watch Now
By Adolfo & Cat of Time 2 Swing Check out this exclusive look into the new series by Southern California-based dance duo Time 2 Swing, who’ve turned their hobby into a passionate lifestyle of choreography and dancing for various events and in media. See the third video of the Swing in Seconds series on their… Read More Swing in Seconds: An Insightful New Series to the Dance’s Origins
Story and Photos by Katie Licata Could you imagine exploring The Fontainebleau lobby in 1960, or walking down the street in 1950’s Atlanta? I had the immense privilege to do that for a couple of days in 2019 as a background actor on two period television shows; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Lovecraft Country. I… Read More Behind the Scenes of Being a Period Background Actor
By Marjorie Magazine Songs have a simple yet powerful way with how they can instantly evoke the smallest memories back into our minds. During the summertime, the need for exciting thoughts of warmer and brighter times. Songs of these hot months haunt us like the waters, waves coming to shore on the surface reflecting something… Read More Down by the Water, a Playlist
By Marjorie Magazine Photos by Marisa & Tim Peterson In a time like now, we dream of days far off to beautiful moments that we’ll celebrate with our loved ones close. And for when we’re all ready to gather for these precious moments to come, there’s no better joy than making the announcement with a… Read More Greetings from Gilded Swan Paperie are Here to Announce That the Best is Yet to Come
By Darlene Alvarez Photos by Jonathan Phillips, Dom Martin, Stuart Runham, and Tim Hunter Singers and dancers have always had a way with our hearts when it came to boosting the spirits and morale of nations in uncertain times. We may not have Fred and Ginger or the Andrews Sisters to take the stage especially… Read More Singing Along with the Satin Dollz!
Just as thrilling as it is to revel in the joys of summer with garden picnics, outdoor movie nights, and sandy beach days, so can the small moments of a summer spent in the city, particularly from one’s fire escape. The space may be small, and the sights many be stifled by tall buildings, but… Read More Summer on the Fire Escape, A Playlist
By Leticia Lopez Actors had dazzled movie theater goers with their performances, but at Ciro’s they impressed fellow costars and actors from other movie studios. Ciro’s nightclub was a hive buzzing with the kings and queens of the silver screen. The club’s history involves sparkling nights of entertainment, romance, and mobsters. A location where the… Read More See You at Ciro’s!