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
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!
In these last few weeks, the days get quiet but there’s still plenty to inspire. For us, we couldn’t have found a better time to take up a new hobby as we find ourselves confined to the safety of our homes, and that hobby happened to be one of the most beautiful and productive! Embroidery… Read More Taking Up the Needle: Inspiration for Your Embroidery Art
By Darlene Alvarez, Features Editor With the launch of Disney+, us gals now have access to some of Disney’s classics! Let’s open the vault with my personal top six vintage favorites. The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) The original lineup aired on ABC immediately following American bandstand! Led by Jimmie Dodd, this variety show often encouraged… Read More The Vintage Guide to Disney Plus!
Photos Courtesy of Leah Nikolau Pastimes of a more gentler nature might seem more straightforward, easy, and relaxed, or at least to the minds of the Victorians. Gathering a few picked flowers into a keepsake book perhaps, or adding fine finishing touches to a few linens may feel like classic domesticated pleasures of another time… Read More The Best of Both Arts: See Leah Nikolaou Fuse Flower Pressing and Embroidery into Masterpieces
By Jodi Truglio I once had a teacher that told me that if you turn off the sound of a horror movie it won’t seem as scary anymore, granted I was a child of the 80’s and she was referring to the film Nightmare on Elm street. When you look at some of the best… Read More Enjoy Halloween Horrors with these Four Hollywood Hits
By Marjorie Magazine With every passing decade, it only seems that technology is making swift and unreal advances. We saw smartphones, self-driving cars, and social media emerge in just a little over 10 years, and yet, it’s not surprising that a blast from the past is making its move as the reigning champ– that is,… Read More Can’t Beat a Classic: Vinyl’s Comeback in the 21st Century
By Katrina Simpson… Read More A Sentimental Journey: Family Memories of Italy
With the release of the widely acclaimed The Shape of Water on HBO earlier this fall, fans and new viewers of Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi love thriller can treat themselves to the film with the new fascinating and sad knowledge that within one scene lies a lost recording by Marilyn Monroe herself. “How Wrong Can I… Read More Watch The Shape of Water with a Lost Song by Marilyn Monroe this October
Photos by Marjorie Magazine… Read More A September Dream: Scenes of the Gatsby Summer Afternoon 2017!