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Fri, 24 February 2017
Dove Cameron Inspired by Marilyn
Disney Channel star Dove Cameron, 21, appears in a new cover story for Galore magazine. Shot by Prince and Jacob, the spread captures a 1950s starlet vibe and features Dove reading and exercising in a variety of poses reminiscent of Marilyn’s ‘at home’ photo shoots. (And as Minou Clark writes for the HuffPost, Dove has … Continue reading Dove Cameron Inspired by Marilyn →
Thu, 23 February 2017
Raising the Dead: Marilyn, JFK and the Enquirer
Last week, ES Updates reported on a Daily Mail story concerning a group of candid photos taken by Monroe Sixer Frieda Hull, showing Marilyn during test shots for The Misfits, and the rather spurious claim by Las Vegas croupier Tony Michaels, a former acquaintance of the late Ms Hull who purchased the photos at Julien’s … Continue reading Raising the Dead: Marilyn, JFK and the Enquirer →
Wed, 22 February 2017
Anna Nicole: Death of a Famous Fan
Ten years after Anna Nicole Smith’s fatal overdose, Sarah Marshall looks back at the reality TV star’s often scandalous and finally tragic life in an article for Buzzfeed. Anna was a huge fan of Marilyn, and even rented her idol’s final home in Brentwood, Los Angeles for a while. Although she frequently emulated Marilyn’s voluptuous … Continue reading Anna Nicole: Death of a Famous Fan →
Sun, 19 February 2017
Marilyn Book News: The Word and The Woman
Marilyn Monroe: Her Own Words, a new book by Michiko Yamaguchi, has been published in Japan. Meanwhile in the US, Marilyn graces the cover of a new History Icons magazine special, 100 Women Who Changed Our World.
Fri, 17 February 2017
â€˜Some Like It Hotâ€™ in Philadelphia
Some Like It Hot will be screened at Martha’s bar in Kensington, Philadelphia on February 21, with a menu inspired by the movie, as Sinead Cummings reports for Philly Voice. “TenayaÂ and Andre Darlington, in collaboration with Turner Classic Movies, recently released a new book called Movie Night Menus. In the book, 30 classic Hollywood films … Continue reading ‘Some Like It Hot’ in Philadelphia →