This week celebrates a momentous moment in art deco history: the day that the Golden Gate Bridge officially opened on May 27th, 1937. From symbols of America’s resilience from sea to shining sea, to her disastrous cameo appearances in films … Read the rest
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. … 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
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
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
Classic, black and white films perfectly capture the Holiday Season. They’re perfect in their cheesy, simple, and heartwarming feel-good presentations set in a world completely ascending our own tech-laden, fast paced and commercial way to celebrate the most wonderful time … Read the rest
Audrey Hepburn will always be synonymous with Paris– just as Paris will always remain the most fashionable city of all time. But, Hepburn in the 1950’s Paris movie Funny Face made “Paris Chic” a resounding classic. With Audrey Hepburn’s charisma … Read the rest
Set aside the differences and let’s all agree– soda is sinfully delicious.
And as long as there’s soda there will always be the bitter(sweet)ness between fans of Coca-Cola and Pepsi, brewing since both brands were conceived in the late 1800’s … Read the rest