When John Waters met Little Richard
In 1987, the iconic filmmaker John Waters was sent by Playboy magazine to interview his all-time hero – Little Richard. It was a surreal, almost religious experience for John who had been a lifelong fan of the godfather of rock'n'roll. So why did it almost end in a fistfight?
Cab Calloway (1907-1994)
Calloway Jr. and Martha Eulalia Reed in Rochester, New York. Calloway was raised in Baltimore, Maryland and in high school he sung with a group called the Baltimore Melody Boys. Calloway attended Crane College in Chicago for pre-law but soon abandoned his studies for a … Read MoreCab Calloway (1907-1994)
Vintage Vamp: Tammi Terrell
In the mid-60s, honey-voiced singer Tammi Terrell was one of music's hottest superstars. Not only were her duets with Marvin Gaye instant classics, her glamour girl looks were copied by an entire generation of girls. With her cafe au lait skin, wide-set eyes and cupid's bow mouth, Terrell was the woman every girl wanted to be, and every guy wanted to be with...
Great American Heroes & Icons (Who Were Also Style Icons) - MANNER
We’ve never been the ones for in-your-face, rah-rah, chest-beating type of patriotism that persists in many corners of this country. We were always more of the quiet, internalized patriotism type, where we won’t necessarily wear it on our sleeves and vocalize it too often, but runs just as deep as the former. Relax…this isn’t a […] We've never been the ones for in-your-face, rah-rah, chest-beating type of patriotism that persists in many corners of this country. We were always more of the…
Max Robinson (1939-1988) •
Max Robinson was an American broadcast journalist for ABC News and served as a co-anchor for ABC World News Tonight. He was the first African American broadcast network news anchor in the history of American television. He was also one of the original founders of … Read MoreMax Robinson (1939-1988)
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