By Darlene Alvarez Photos by Jonathan Phillips, Dom Martin, Stuart Runham, and Tim Hunter Singers and dancers have always had a way with our hearts when it came to boosting the spirits and morale of nations in uncertain times. We may not have Fred and Ginger or the Andrews Sisters to take the stage especially… Read More Singing Along with the Satin Dollz!
Photos and Story by Kristen Van Uden As the Twilight Zone proclaimed, “People are alike all over.” Nothing captures the truth of this statement – across time as well as space – so uniquely as vernacular photography. With the rising availability of affordable cameras in the early twentieth century, photography provided a new means of… Read More The Stolen Souls: Finding Ourselves in Vintage Photography
“Classic love… The great one.. The one your heart can’t do without. It’s a soulmate that you don’t recognize, until your first encounter. Is it a kiss or is it a slight hand touch. Who knows… Kisses on foreheads, hand holding while driving, soft touches, brushing a strand of hair from your face, that is… Read More Classic Love: Readers Discuss What’ll Make their Valentine’s Day an Unforgettable One
By Marjorie Magazine Be it letters, lockets, or a special song, your special memento between you and your sweetheart is perhaps your favorite reminder of your love. But perhaps unlike the others, the quickness of a photo booth snapshot might be the best way to capture it. Unfussy and a novelty at the same time,… Read More Instant Forevers: Finding Love in Old Photo Booth Pictures