The lost Louvre of Uzbekistan: the museum that hid art banned by Stalin | Art and design | The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/may/21/lost-louvre-uzbekistan-savitsky-museum-banned-art-stalin

Corey Feldman Wants to Expose Hollywood’s Darkest Secrets – Rolling Stone

https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/corey-feldman-expose-pedophilia-hollywood-darkest-secrets-825375/

The gremlins: Not Spielberg or Dahl, they originate with the pilots of Royal Air Force

https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/11/24/the-gremlins-originate-with-the-pilots-of-royal-air-force/

1990 – Series One. Simply Media DVD Review

I love this series!

Archive Television Musings

1990, which ran for two seasons during 1977 and 1978, was set in a Britain tyrannised by the Public Control Department (PCD), a Home Office organisation dedicated to crushing free speech and any other signs of dissent.  Given the parlous state of Britain during the 1970’s, it wasn’t surprising to find a series which posited what might happen if the economy finally and irrevocably disintegrated.  And given the way things are today, many of 1990‘s themes seem eerily topical  ….

Some background to the collapse is teased out as the series progresses.  We learn that the country went bankrupt in 1983, which led to a series of swingeing restrictions from the newly-formed PCD.  These included strict rationing – not only of food, but also of housing and other essential services.  Virtually everything has been nationalised, meaning that the government has almost complete control.  Dissidents are harshly dealt with – via Adult Rehabilitation Centres – where they are…

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Icon Doris Day Is Dead At 97 — LustWithoutYou

Doris Day, an icon known for her singing, her acting in films and her TV series, and her tireless animal-rights advocacy, has died at 97 The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed the sad news to the Associated Press in a statement saying that health-wise she was kicking ass for being 97, but then that demonic shit devil […]

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Hollywood Legend Doris Day, Star of ‘Calamity Jane’ and ‘Pillow Talk’, Has Died at 97 — Sound Books

One of the biggest box office stars of the mid-20th century is no longer with us. Doris Day, the legendary Hollywood star who went from starring in classic musicals like Calamity Jane to leading love interest in the likes of Pillow Talk and Lover, Come Back, has passed away at age 97. We remember the […]

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Hollywood Actress and Singer, Dead at 97 — 05ent.co

The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed the news early Monday morning in a press release. The foundation wrote that Day “had been in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious case of pneumonia, resulting in her death.” The actress-singer died at her home in Carmel Valley, California, and was “surrounded by […]

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