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A woman is a woman, according to history. But to Pablo Picasso, a woman was something else again. A combination of lines, forms, and colors. Picasso changed the combination to suit his moods, and his result was seldom Eve-like. The woman may have elephant ears, crossed eyes, two noses. In the name of art, Picasso […] Read more

Pat Benatar

Pat Benatar was born Patricia Andrzejewski in New York on January 10, 1953. In the 1980s, Pat reigned supreme as the biggest solo female rocker in the US and possibly the world. It could be said that Pat came from meager beginnings in Long Island, New York. Her dad was a sheet metal worker and […] Read more


Finally, after all the bizarre communiqués, cryptic messages and life on the run, Patty Hearst confronts reality…… Yet her parents had new fears. Patty, who drove the getaway car in the fatal Carmichael Park robbery could face murder charges. Her parents reached out to protect her and they got the best lawyer money could buy. […] Read more

Pillsbury Doughboy Dead At 81

The Pillsbury Doughboy died Monday of a severe yeast infection and complications from repeated pokes to the belly. He was 81. Doughboy was buried in a lightly greased coffin. Dozens of celebrities turned out, including Mrs. Butterworth, Hungry Jack, Betty Crocker, The Hostess Twinkies, and Cap’n Crunch. The California Rasins Choir sang The Loafs’s Prayer. […] Read more


Prince William may still be a schoolboy at Eton, but he’s already a presence on the international stage. Since the death of his mother, Princess Diana, William has begun to replace her as the star of the Royal Family. When Diana died, he behaved with a grace and dignity beyond his years, impressing millions of […] Read more


Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn, ruled England from 1558 to 1603 during what is known as the Elizabethan Age. Elizabeth’s reign was a time of great prosperity and achievement, and her court was center for poets. Elizabeth I, one of England’s greatest sovereigns, had her grandfather’s frugality and […] Read more

Rasputin – The Mad Monk

St. Petersburg, for over 200 years, the capitol of imperial Russia. In 1916, with the empire locked in a disastrous war and on the verge of a shattering revolution, St. Petersburg teemed with rumors about a man they called “Temnyi” – “The Dark One.” Grigori Rasputin. They said he was a lustful, mad monk. A […] Read more


He was born Thomas Sean Connery in Fountainbridge, Scotland, on August 25, 1930, the son of Joe, a truck driver, and Euphamia, a 20-year-old housewife. The neighborhood was known as “the street of a thousand smells” for the stench of the local rubber mill and several breweries that always filled the air. Connery’s home was […] Read more

Shell Silverstien Interview

I would hope that people, no matter what age, would find something to identify with in my books, pick up one and experience a personal sense of discovery. That’s great. I think that if you’re creative person, you should just go about your business, do your work and not care about how it’s received. I […] Read more

Sherlock Holmes

Good evening, and welcome to Masterpiece Theatre. I’m your host for this evening’s production, which returns us to the shadowy and intriguing world of London’s legendary detective, Sherlock Holmes. Holmes, speaking about his diabolically clever adversary, Professor Moriarty, once told his friend and colleague Dr. Watson: “He is the Napoleon of crime, Watson. He is […] Read more