Valentine’s Days may come and go, but the messages from the heart are truly meant to last forever– especially when captured in ink. Read along as we relive the sentiments of the early 20th century through keepsake postcards
By Sela Hanna, Marjorie Magazine Staff
Southern hospitality is here to stay, and it isn’t going anywhere!
There is a true charm to the South and all things Southern. Inspired by Reese Witherspoon’s Whiskey in a Tea Cup book the … Read the rest
By Paris Kim, Marjorie Magazine Staff
If there’s ever an old film to watch on the big screen, let it be the behemoth that is Casablanca.
The sweeping war and romance film has been considered one of the greatest … Read the rest
By Darlene Alvarez, Marjorie Magazine Staff
You stand in front of the mirror in an outfit you adore. Twirling around only to realize you’re missing something. The perfect accessory. Luckily Housewife Chic by Ruby is here to save the day … Read the rest
We know our readers cannot get enough of vintage living in their modern lives, so we’ve searched far and wide for exciting upcoming events that cater to their love for the past! From antique fairs to winter jazz socials and … Read the rest
When Rudolph Valentino died unexpectedly from ulcer complications at age 31 in 1926, thousands joined across the nation in mourning one of Hollywood’s pioneer stars. A major heartthrob on the silent silver screen, the sensuous and delicate demeanor of the … Read the rest
A Story by Daniel DiQuinzio
Simone dropped her black pen near the open notebook and closed the several hardcover books arranged around her on the white table. With them were the white and yellow lined legal pads that she preferred … Read the rest
By Leticia Lopez
Have you ever imagined what Rebel Without a Cause would be without the rebellious yet loving female outsider, or West Side Story without the “I Feel Pretty” singer Maria? It’s hard to imagine these iconic films without … Read the rest