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The Top 15 Wonderful People of Lyon

The Top 15 Wonderful People of Lyon Let me tell you today about Famous Lyonnais People! As you probably know I really found French people & Lyonnais especially good, generous, helpful, and funny. I have been fortunate to meet in Continue reading...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Aug 25, 2016

This Photo of Thomas Edison's Hands Was Clickbait in 1919

Photo of Thomas Edison’s hands, scanned from the December 1919 issue of Electrical Experimenter magazine. (via Gizmodo's Paleofuture blog)Ever wonder what a hot journalistic exclusive looked like in 1919? Well, you’re looking at it. Not just a pa...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 29, 2016

Could the Alcatraz Escapees Still Be Alive? Here Are Some of Historical Photos of The Great Escape from Alcatraz in 1962

The Alcatraz escape in June 1962 may have been the only successful escape from Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary in that facility's history. On the night of June 11 or early morning of June 12, inmates Clarence Anglin, John Anglin and Frank Morris tu...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 27, 2016

24 Rare and Incredible Behind the Scenes Photos on the Sets of Famous Films

Who doesn't dream of being able to sit back stage on their favorite film or TV set? The opportunity would be priceless. To have that very different perspective and understanding of how the movie came together can really open your mind. The way th...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 26, 2016

The Artwork of David Bowie – These Sketches and Paintings by Bowie Show His Other Artist Side

Apart from a legendary musician, David Bowie was one hell of an artist! Influenced by artists like David Bomberg, Francis Bacon and Francis Picabia, Bowie created some beautiful, dark paintings.Interesting, powerful and expressive, Bowie’s work is...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 25, 2016

These Skater Girls From The ‘70s Will Change How You Think About Women In The Past

By the time the 70s rolled in, body hair was back in full swing, hippy babes were kicking around in flares and hot pants and women were getting on board with skating. Yep, female skateboarders started shredding alongside dudes on the streets, complet...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 24, 2016

The Two Kings of the British Invasion – Rare and Interesting Photos of John Lennon and Mick Jagger That Show Just How Close Their Friendship Was

The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, are arguably the two most profound British Rock & Roll bands to come to the U.S. as part of the 1960s British Invasion. John Lennon was arguably the leader of the Beatles as was Mick Jagger with The Rolling Sto...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 23, 2016

Rare Intimate and Candid Shots of Famous People Captured by Andy Warhol in Spontaneous Moments

Andy Warhol is well-known for his creative mind, unique artistic style and famous friends! The American pop artist focused on photography towards the end of his career and took pictures of his famous friends in candid and spontaneous moments. Many of...
by Vintage Everyday on Jul 22, 2016

The Fine Art of Debra Trent

"Splash" (c) Debra Trent debratrent.comThe Fine Art of Debra TrentArchived article, 1st publication Arabian Finish Line April 2016by Gina McKnightFor over 25 years Debra Trent has been creating masterpieces. A self-taught artist, she has capture...
by Riding & Writing on Jul 11, 2016

An Interview with Author Patty Wiseman

Welcome award winning author Patty Wiseman! Patty is the author of the romantic, historical suspense series The Velvet Shoe Collection, published by Desert Coyote Productions. Her new book An Unlikely Conclusion is the third in The Velvet Shoe Collec...
by Riding & Writing on Jul 2, 2016

Gill Kapadia, Equestrian Writer & Freelance Photo Journalist

From the United Kingdom, Gill Kapadiais a successful Equestrian Writer as well as a Freelance Photo Journalist, showcasing her beautiful photos in magazines such as Horse and Hound, Macclesfield Express, and Chapter 5 Magazine, to name a few. A membe...
by Riding & Writing on Jun 26, 2016

Singer Island & Ernest Hemingway Volume One by No Sweat

Press ReleaseAnnouncing Author Robbie Robbins aka “No Sweat”The much anticipatedSinger Island & Ernest Hemingway Volumes One & TwoKentucky author, Robbie Robbins aka "No Sweat," former Estill County resident, 1969 graduate from Irvine Hig...
by Riding & Writing on Jun 23, 2016

15 of Our Favorite Bookish Celebrities

Reese Witherspoon, Retta, and more of our favorite bookish celebrities.
by Book Riot on Jun 16, 2016

A large mugshot of celebrities in the 1960s and 1970s

Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain...
by Vintage Everyday on May 21, 2016

An Unknown Called Madonna – Fascinating Black and White Photoshoots of the Soon-to-be Star in New York in 1978 and 1979

By 1978, fashion photographer Michael McDonnell was tired of shooting regular models. It was around that time he spotted a 20-year-old girl sitting on a stool in the hallway of his building. She was dressed in black, with ripped jeans and frizzy hair...
by Vintage Everyday on May 20, 2016

Mark Hanna, The Horse Listener

The Horse Listener - author Mark Hanna is on the verge of releasing his new book Easily and Effortlessly: The Horse Listener Resurrected. Mark writes, “I seek to influence the youth and as many horsemen and future horsemen who will listen to my mes...
by Riding & Writing on May 19, 2016

Color Photographs of Janis Joplin in the 1960s

Singer Janis Joplin rose to fame in the late 1960s and was known for her powerful, blues-inspired vocals. Here is a color photo collection of lovely Joplin in the 1960s.See more »...
by Vintage Everyday on May 19, 2016

Rare Photographs of 16-Year-Old Nicole Kidman in Sydney, December 1983

Born Nicole Mary Kidman on June 20, 1967, in Honolulu, Hawaii, Nicole Kidman is one of Hollywood's most beautiful and well-regarded leading female stars.At age 4 she moved with her parents to Sydney, Australia. As a schoolgirl she attended a loca...
by Vintage Everyday on May 17, 2016

Mrs. George Washington-Lopp sitting in front of a shipment of cigarettes and cigars she arranged to have shipped to soldiers fighting in World War I

Mrs. George Washington-Lopp (Clara Dolores Machain) sitting in front of a shipment of cigarettes and cigars she arranged to have shipped to soldiers fighting in World War I. Between ca. 1914 and ca. 1915.
by Vintage Everyday on May 17, 2016

On Vacation with Joan Smith in 1941

These black and white photographs of a pretty young model named Joan Smith, blonde, blue-eyed and 21, who was taking her vacation at Truro, on Cape Cod, when LIFE's photographer David Scherman arrived on a similar mission.Before long, however, so...
by Vintage Everyday on May 15, 2016


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