I was flipping through a copy of Cultured Magazine at work, and I paused at this page. I’m really not the demographic for this slick publication, and I don’t know anything about photographer-turned potter John Coolidge and his partner, “painter and creative director” David Burgoyne. But the photo of these two, by Coolidge, caught my eye.
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With thanks to all those who came before us and fought for fair treatment, equal opportunity, and a living wage.
Lewis Wickes Hine (American, 1874-1940). [Untitled] (Women Making Stockings), 1936-1937. Gelatin silver photograph. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the National Archives, 79.143.136 Photo: Brooklyn Museum.
Of course we all loved him in “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” (as pictured above!) but my absolute favorite Gene Wilder memory is my earliest one: his appearance as The Fox in “The Little Prince.”
Click here to view a short scene from the film (1974, directed by Stanley Donen and based on the classic story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry).
Thank you, Mr. Wilder. Farewell.
My friend Nancy recently shared a cocktail demo video with me, guessing (correctly) that the featured drink would be just my thing. Gin, bitters, something sweet, a ROSE…?! It’s basically me in cocktail form.
So, could someone please come over and make me a Doris right now? Thank you very much.
Image via Eater.com.
Thomas Anshutz, The Incense Burner, ca. 1905.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1940.11.l
Antoine Vollon, Violets. The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.