. . .boy loses duck, boy finds girl. At Disney World, Paul is picked up by a five-foot duck named Huey. Duckness proves to be skin deep, however, for Huey … Continue reading
I fell in love with Marietta that week. Marietta was beautiful, sensitive, vulnerable. Her silken hair wafted in an eternal breeze. Her diaphanous gowns clung to her supple torso. She … Continue reading
. . . conquests, failures, foibles – these are the elements of calypso, the stories in song that personify the islands of the West Indies. Calypso: Stories of the Caribbean … Continue reading
Elwood P. Dowd first walked onto a Broadway stage at the 48th Street Theatre on November 1, 1944. Read more.
We don’t often go to movie theaters; we usually wait to watch them at home in the comfort of our recliners and our cocktails. There are however certain movies that … Continue reading
In 1904, an audience of over 4,000 turned out for a much-ballyhooed event at London’s Hippodrome in which the London Daily Mirror challenged Houdini to escape from special handcuffs that … Continue reading