DCS: virginia bosler

Seven year-old Virginia Bosler was enrolled in dance school by her mother, hoping to correct her daughter’s poor posture. She stayed with the program for three years until the family moved from New York to Connecticut. Virginia resumed her dance instruction with the prestigious Jacob’s Pillow dance studio, where she made an impression on founder …

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DCS: eddie van halen

Eddie Van Halen received a phone call in 1982 from someone named “Quincy.” He didn’t know anyone named “Quincy.” “Is this Eddie?,” the voice on the phone asked. “Who the hell is this?,” a very suspicious Eddie replied. “Quincy. Quincy Jones, man.” Eddie Van Halen gulped and smiled to himself. “Oh! I’m sorry.” The famed …

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DCS: johnny crawford

I’ve met a lot of celebrities and I have a basement full of autographed photos to back up my claim. I have been attending nostalgia conventions and autographs shows for about twenty five years, collecting photos and getting a one-on-one, personal interaction with some folks that I have only seen flicker across a big screen …

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DCS: george mann

Tall, lanky George Mann played center on the Venice Union Polytechnic High High School basketball team. He also served as vice president of the school’s drama club… and that was his true calling. He starred in a production of the farce What Happened to Jones?, along with classmate, future actress (and future mother of singer …

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