Tuesday, May 16, 2006

It's almost HOT for this time of the year in these northern lattitudes! We had Raccoons poking around the back deck last night.

Funk Master Bernie Worrell at: Theater X-Net

Starring: Ida Rubinstein Belle Epoch Russian/Parisian beauty.
Read more about Ida in Sisters of Salome by Toni Bentley

Visit: Michael's Montana Web Archive
Theater, Art, Flash Gordon, Funky Music and MORE!
NEW! Spitfires of the Spaceways
Watch Dale Arden rescue Flash Gordon for a change!

Charity Alert: Keep that resolution as Summer approaches! Click on The Hunger Site every day.

Sitemeter Sez: Baltimore, Maryland surfed in from Yahoo looking for "goodnight, sweet prince (biography of john barrymore)" -- they found my blog entry for that very interesting book right HERE: http://northernborder.blogspot.com/2005/07/24
and left after looking at the rest of July last year -- Wildlife, Hockaday Museum events, and Busby Berkeley: http://northernborder.blogspot.com/2005_07
An unspecified surfer from the USA came by via Yahoo looking for "gisele lindley" -- Ms. Lindley was the daring and lovely actress who played Princess in Oingo Boingo's misbegotten Forbidden Zone movie. Her picture is HERE: http://northernborder.blogspot.com/2006/05/03
St. John, New Brunswick (I've been there!) clicked in via Blogger.com and read about Tanya, Lisa, Hazel, the two Herons, and the Hockaday Museum. (Scroll down, they're on THIS page.)
One more Blogger.com user from the U.K. spent time reading my all-text entries from the 2004 Superbowl, plus the 2004 Grammys, Ridley Scotts' Gladiator, and studio musician Al Kooper: http://northernborder.blogspot.com/2004_02

Media Watch: Busby Berkeley's Fashions of 1934 was on TCM again, it boasted Willam Powell, Bette Davis, and the famous pre-censorship sequence featuring swan-feathered chourines and living harps.

Good taste is TIMELESS -- A "Living Harp" from Fashions of 1934

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