In the original film version of Mildred Pierce, Joan Crawford won an Oscar, presumably for stretching herself by portraying a loving mother.
Archive for January, 2012
It’s easy to follow in Kate Bush’s footsteps—or rather, footprints—when she’s walking in the snow, as she does on her frosty new disc 50 Words for Snow (Anti-/Fish People).
In this book, you’ll learn how to deal with office bragging and office groping.
Alberto and Louis are vying to be the first to fly a winged plane in Paris. ReadOut short
Tamara de Lempicka was an artist living and working in Paris during the Jazz Age. ReadOut short
Meet Nate and Adam, a yin-yang high school couple with big plans for their lives. ReadOut shorts
The singers split responsibilities on this double CD of songs written by the mysterious Dublyn Jones. GrooveOut short
We’re pretty sure there’s a Dorian Grey-type portrait in Doris Day’s attic, because America’s 87-year-old Sweetheart does not sound, or look, a day over 60. GrooveOut shorts
Take LG’s most popular album to date, then assign some of the industry’s most illustrious names to remix its top tunes. GrooveOut short