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Sun Architecture CriticBROOKLYN, N. Y. - There's a new Viennese restaurant on Lafayette Avenue here, and you'd better make reservations early if you want to get in on a theater night. Called Thomas Beisl - Austrian for Thomas Bistro - the cafe is one of many businesses that...
The Daily MirrorOct. 24, 1919: Geraldine Farrar makes a comedy with her husband, Lou Tellegen. But it???s not for public release....
The Daily MirrorA nice postcard of the Mason Opera House (now the site of a huge, vacant pit on Broadway between 1st and 2nd streets) has been listed on EBay. The Mason Opera House/Operahouse was one of the leading theaters in Los Angeles and featured many top performers...
The silence of night never lasts long. It ends somewhere in the 5 o'clock hour with the purring of the heater and distant strains of Sam Cooke. Edwin Shneidman looks at the clock -- an hour and a half since turning off the TV and closing his eyes. "Mrs....
One hundred years ago, on May 19, 1909, Serge Diaghilev's Ballets Russes debuted in France and redefined dance for the 20th century. Toiling for le tout Paris in front of the hot footlights of the Théâtre du Châtelet were ballet superstars Vaslav Nijinsky...
Tags: Ginger Rogers, Dancing, Lucille Ball, Death, Vaslav Nijinsky
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