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Pablo Picasso

For most people in history, a woman is simply a female human. A woman was something else to Pablo Picasso, such as a combination of forms, lines, and colors. His depictions never mimicked Eve, but he did vary the combination of features and colors to fit his mood. His work was modern and unique so […] Read more

Pat Benatar

Born Patricia Andrzejewski, Pat Benatar reigned supreme as the most famous solo female rocker in the US and maybe worldwide in the 1980s. Pat came from humble beginnings in Long Island, New York. Her mom was a cosmetologist and her dad was a sheet metal worker. During the lean years, she worked at a bank […] Read more

Patty Hearst

For a long time, Patty Hearst was known for cryptic messages, bizarre communication, and life on the road. When it was time to confront reality, her parents encountered new fears. Could Patty face murder charges for driving the getaway car in the Carmichael Park robbery? They got her F. Lee Baily, the best lawyer money […] Read more

Pillsbury Doughboy Dead at 81

On Monday The Pillsbury Doughboy died of complications from repeated pokes to the belly and a severe yeast infection. He was just 81 years old. Doughboy was laid to rest in a coffin lightly greased with butter. Many well-known celebrities attended the event, including Betty Crocker, Mrs. Butterworth, The Hostess Twinkies, Hungry Jack, and Cap’n […] Read more

Prince William

Prince William was known on the international stage even when he was still a schoolboy at Eton. After William’s mother, Princess Diana passed he became the star of the Royal Family. Since that time he has shown dignity and grace beyond his years. Even as he marched dolefully behind her coffin on the way to […] Read more

Queen Elizabeth I

Elizabeth the First’s reign was a time of great achievement and prosperity. From 1558 to 1603, the daughter of Henry the Eighth and Anne Boleyn ruled a court that was famous for poets and philosophers. She had the ability to charm and overwhelm, in addition to her father’s imperious manner. Elizabeth also had her grandfather’s […] Read more

Rasputin – The Mad Monk

For over 200 years, St. Petersburg was the imperial capital of Russia St. Petersburg. The empire was locked in a disastrous war in 1916 and on the verge of revolution. St. Petersburg was overrun with rumors about a man they called “Temnyi” – “The Dark One.” Grigori Rasputin. He was reported to be a holy […] Read more

Sean Connery

Thomas Sean Connery was born on August 25, 1930, in Fountainbridge, Scotland. His father Joe was a truck driver and factory worker, and his mother Euphemia was a cleaning lady. He also had a brother, Neil Connery, who made a few movies and then became a businessman. The family was of Scottish and Irish descent, […] Read more

Shell Silverstien

Author and poet Shell Silverstein often stated his hope that everyone would find something they could identify with in his books. A sense of discovery that was personal. He believed that creative people should care about how their work is received by others, but not necessarily put success on a pedestal. He was always prepared […] Read more

Sherlock Holmes

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is the British author who created the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. In the stories, he refers to himself as a consulting detective with advanced proficiency in deduction, logical reasoning, observation, and forensic science. His skills border on the height of genius and together with his friend and biographer Dr. John Watson […] Read more