DCS: audrey munson

Photographer Felix Benedict Herzog — the first to have his photographs accepted as “art” — spotted 17 year-old Audrey Munson window-shopping with her mother on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue. He introduced the teen to his friends and colleagues in the New York art society. Soon, Audrey was an in-demand artist’s model — posing for photographs, paintings and …

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DCS: john hughes

John Hughes was a pioneering and influential filmmaker whose output dominated movie screens throughout the 1980s. With his directorial debut Sixteen Candles, John kicked off his signature style of portraying teen angst in an open, realistic and often humorous fashion. Thanks to the inspired casting of sixteen-year old Molly Ringwald, Sixteen Candles spawned other teen-centric …

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inktober52: tranquil

Adlai Stevenson served as governor of Illinois from 1949 until 1953. During his term, he fought to rid local government, government services and law enforcement of all corrupt practices. In the thick of the so-called “Red Scare,” Stevenson vetoed a bill that would have “made it a felony to belong to any subversive group”, and …

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DCS: dakota skye

Dakota Skye — the former Lauren Scott — was veteran of more than 300 pornographic films by the time she was 25. In 2015, she was nominated for Adult Video News’ (the porn industry’s version of “The Oscars”) Best New Starlet award. She was honored with several other titles — prestigious within the porn industry …

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