A Look At Virginia Woolf’s Poignant Suicide Letter On Her Birthday

“Nothing thicker than a knifes blade separates happiness and melancholy.” – Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf, born Adeline Virginia Stephen on January 25th, 1882 was an English writer and leading modernist of the twentieth century. Known for her groundbreaking books, including Mrs. Dalloway, Orlando, To the Lighthouse, A Room of One’s Own and The Waves and her stylistic […]

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Remembering Sharon Tate As The Woman Not The Victim

“To know Sharon, to really know her, was to love her.” – Sheilah Wells Everyone knows the name Sharon Tate. First they know her as the victim of the famous Manson murders. Then they know her for being married to Roman Polanski. What many don’t know, is she was one of the Hollywood’s most promising newcomers, depicted […]

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Diane Keaton’s Best Pieces Of Advice On Her 71st Birthday

Nobody does polka dots, oversized belts, turtlenecks, suits or living an avant-garde life better than Diane Keaton. She is the latest AFI Lifetime Achievement Award honouree and a ‘when life doesn’t give you lemons, go out and pick them yourself’ kind of woman. Diane has always been insecure about her appearance. At age eleven she […]

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