Where did the style of the new cinema of this decade start? I look for its roots in an eclectic round-up of quirky and groundbreaking films.
While her acting is admittedly not great, the savage criticisms of Sofia Coppola's performance in "The Godfather, Part III" are unfair and unwarranted.
Fashion historian Mimi Matthews has gotten the blues, and delivered a great overview of the use of color in 19th century women's designs.
A movie about the famous 1991 battle over Clarence Thomas's nomination leaves us with a lot to think about as we face the next confirmation.
When women's rights are under attack in real-life America, can a science fiction princess help us defend them?
It's been a while since I reblogged an article from one of my favorite blogs, ArtLark. This piece on the famous divorce of Napoleon and [...]
Take a tour of 1815 fashions with the All Things Georgian blog.
Fashion history is really fascinating, and if you like the history of clothes it doesn't get much more fun than the late 19th century. Mimi [...]
Nancy Marie Brown reveals some interesting truths about the Lewis Chessmen, Viking history and Margret the Adroit.
This delightful article from Robert Horvat's history blog is an interview with author Nancy Marie Brown, specifically about the "Lewis chessmen," a medieval chess set [...]
This photo shows the last act of what must have been a pretty ugly story. What happened?