IF: nightmare

He’s the man of your dreams. ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** My annual Christmas music compilation is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD at ge.tt for a limited time. This year, it’s a whopping 81 minutes worth of Christmas cacophony that’s sure to ruin your holiday celebration within seconds. You get twenty-seven eclectic Christmas selections plus a custom full-color cover with …

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DCS: conrad brooks

I have been a frequent attendee at memorabilia and autograph shows for over twenty-five years. Among the special celebrity guests, seated at long tables stacked with a modest selection of eight-by-ten glossy photos depicting their most notable roles, I always spotted this spry little man at a table overflowing with photos, scripts, booklets, DVDs and …

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DCS: david cassidy

When Suzanne Crough passed away in 2015, I was sad and I was moved to write this piece on my other blog, It’s Been a Slice. Suzanne was only 52 when she died. After her very brief time in the spotlight, she led a fairly normal life. Suzanne’s TV “big brother,” David Cassidy passed away at …

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DCS: robert e. howard

Robert E. Howard spent a good portion of his youth traveling through the boomtowns of Texas with his family. His father, a physician, moved from town to town for patients in the early part of the 20th Century. Young Robert was a quiet, studious boy who loved reading as well as boxing, the most popular …

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DCS: emmaline henry

Emmaline Henry began her career as a singer on local Philadelphia radio before heading to Hollywood in the 1950s. She got work in the chorus of several musicals. Producers, though, began to notice that her skills at comedy outshined her singing abilities. She was featured in the touring company of the Phil Silvers musical comedy …

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