I know this is late. Diana Rigg was my adolescent fantasy. The first time I saw her was her Emmy winning role in the British espionage/satire series The Avengers. She was everything I ever wanted in a woman. Strong, beautiful,... Continue Reading →
Featured image, Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford, The Phantom of the Opera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGABqdbtQnA Roger's and Hammerstein had some incredible successes but nothing succeeded like this. Julie Andrews angelic (and IMHO unequaled) voice knocked it out of the park. The... Continue Reading →
I'm getting older. There is far more sand in the bottom of my hourglass than the top. I don't need a calendar to tell me this. I know it in my body.