Story and Photos by Marjorie Magazine Originally published in Roaring Twenties: An Encore (2020) When Southern Pacific Railroad opened the Sunset Limited line in the 1890’s, it took off in New Orleans and traveled across the southernmost states of America to reach the sunny shores of Los Angeles. As part of its expansion campaign, Sunset… Read More Gateway Into the Western Imagination:Celebrating 100 Years of Adventurous Traditions at the Evergreen Lodge
By Sabrina Cardoso, Style Editor Photos Courtesy of Lauren Stowell and via American Duchess Originally published in Roaring Twenties: An Encore (2020) Being a historical costumer, I know that one of the hardest components to find is historical footwear. One can learn to sew to make the actual garb but not many of us are… Read More American Duchess: An Interview with Lauren Stowell
Story and Photos Courtesy of Marjorie Borell Fresh out of college and burning with youthful wanderlust, I stuffed all my essentials into a backpack, waved goodbye to my befuddled parents and headed out my front door into the world. Among my travels was a weeklong hitchhiking sojourn throughout the small towns, villages and holy shrines… Read More A Marjorie with a Uniquely, Quirky imagination and Legacy
By Marjorie Magazine Photos Courtesy of Nicole Letts By 2019, there was buzz in the design world of an emerging new style, or stylist as we should say. As we breezed through a decade of Scandinavian and Mid-Century minimalism with a little bit of polished industrial on the side, homes began taking on a more… Read More Home and the Rising Glamour of the Grandmillennial
By Marjorie Magazine This southern classic may not come to mind when one thinks of sweets for the season, but nothing’s immune from the charms of autumn when you add in the magic of cinnamon! The kitchens of New Orleans will mix with the crispness of New England in the fall for a unique and… Read More Bite into these Cinnamon Pralines for Autumn
Story and Photos by Heather Barnes What is a shrub?A shrub is a fruit flavored vinegar and a way of preserving seasonal fruit. Drinking vinegar has been around since the Babylonians, who mixed date vinegar with their water to make it safe to drink. Fast-forward to 15th century England, prior to refrigeration, fruit was preserved… Read More Sensational Shrubs!
By Marjorie Magazine Pies and popsicles. Summer snackin’ couldn’t get any closer to heaven than those two, wouldn’t you agree? So combine them into the best non-baked goodie of the season with our buttermilk popsicle pie, a creative twist that keeps you cool and sweetens up those hot afternoons. Rather than freeze into popsicle molds,… Read More A Buttermilk “Pop” Pie to Catch your Summer Eye
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 like Planet of the Apes and Godzilla, the Golden Gate Bridge remains a fixed icon… Read More The Golden Gate Bridge Turns 83: Happy Birthday to Our Grand Lady of the West!
Story and Photos by Marjorie Magazine This article originally appeared in our 2019 issue. Find the magazine here for purchase. Nothing softens the blow of everyday demands like a favorite drink. Especially for tea, the mixture of fruits, flowers, and herbs presents a delicate taste that seems to transform you into different moods and memories… Read More Sipping to the Imagination with Tea Spectral
By Darlene Alvarez While scrolling through Instagram you cant help but be hit with beautiful inspiration. It was then that I noticed that so many lovely people were taking part in weekly challenges, and I knew I had to be a part of it! Vintage Weekly (@vintage.weekly on Instagram) is bringing something unique to our… Read More Vintage Weekly: The Ladies Behind the Instagram Sensation