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!
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!
By Marjorie Magazine The joy of one’s hair is being their crowning glory, however that may suit them. For those who adore long tresses yet may find themselves putting them away up in messy buns, we present to you a more stylish and romantic approach to your hair that’s carefree yet elegant and yes, completely… Read More Perfecting Vintage: A Five-Minute Gibson Girl
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
No look beautifully captures the past and takes you back to the glitz and glamour of the 20th Century like a perfect coif that is brushed out. Those flowy, soft waves that framed the faces of Lauren Bacall and Rita Hayworth are no thanks to curling irons, argan oil, sea salt, or blow-outs. The look… Read More Perfecting Vintage: The Brush Out 101
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 masterpieces of Hollywood since it first premiered in 1942, even back then a film that emerged… Read More Casablanca: It’s Still the Same Old (Wonderful) Story
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 first “Latin Lover” foiled the more masculine and domineering adventure flicks of fellow star Douglas… Read More Rudolph Valentino and the Lady in Black: A Silent Love Story
By Leticia Lopez… Read More Celebrating Natalie Wood on Her Birthday
By Leticia Lopez… Read More A Perfume Tribute to Natalie Wood
This coming month, our readers should be on the lookout for feeling their best and trying their luck- for with the right mind and unstoppable confidence, anything is possible. Overflowing wealth and shining bright are all we could hope for in March, on the brink of spring with the cold of winter fading away, leaving… Read More Feeling Lucky with Our March Starters