By Marjorie MagazinePictures Courtesy of Khyentse George Picture a warm breeze, the sprawl of the Colorado mountains before you, and thousands of lights that twinkle against the sky on a June day in the Boulder Municipal Airport, hosting yet again the wonders of the Greatest Generation for its annual 1940s Ball. The scene is almost… Read More Stompin’ at the 1940s Ball
By Marjorie Magazine, Images Via The 1940’s Ball For everything that’s unraveled during 2020, wanting to be close to our loved ones feels and celebrating the things that bring us joy together, especially during the holidays, couldn’t feel more bittersweet. But the fun isn’t all lost, as making spirits bright this December hasn’t disappeared– it’s… Read More In a Year Like This, We’re Dreaming of the 1940’s Virtual White Christmas Ball!
Girl Scout cookie season is upon us! Bring us the cheers and beckons, the handmade signs, and the boxed-up goodies that celebrate the great cause of supporting 100-year old organization’s programs that unite young girls together in building leadership for the future. Since 1917, the sales of cookies have been a driving force behind Girl… Read More That One Time Girl Scouts Didn’t Sell Their Cookies (And for a Good Cause!)
Photos courtesy of Ashley Elieff, Andy Wen, Daniel Garcia and Correy Morales. On August 6, 2010, the US Congress came together in a bi-partisan effort to pass the Spirit of ’45 Day into act, a day recognizing the Greatest Generation who fought valiantly against the Axis Powers in World War II and left a mighty… Read More Keeping the Spirit of ’45 America Alive in Celebrations and a Love Story
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
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