Tuesday, June 30
Monday, June 29
The 25 Most Livable Cities
Sunday, June 28
A mix from found at Made in Brazil:
* I Luv This New York (Ale Amaral Mashup)
* Lambada (Original Mix)
* Mr. Right (Oscar Velazquez Right Mix)
* Fish & Chips (Nicola Fasano & Steve Forest Mix)
* Into The Groove (J. Zuart LGBT Mix)
* Automatic (Tikaro & J. Louis & Ferran Remix)
* Love Comes Again (Luis Ache Private '09 Dub Remix)
* Commandment (E-Thunder Simples Pra Beber Agua e Banheiro Quicky PVT Remix)
* Merengue (E-Thunder Tribal Remix)
* Please Don't Leave Me (Filipe Guerra Remix)
* When Love Takes Over (DJ Morais Dream Remix)
Saturday, June 27
Friday, June 26
Julian Eltinge (May 14, 1881 – March 7, 1941), born William Julian Dalton, was an American stage and screen actor and female impersonator. After appearing in the Boston Cadets Revue at the age of ten in feminine garb, Eltinge garnered notice from other producers and made his first appearance on Broadway in 1904. As his star began to rise, he appeared in vaudeville and toured Europe and the United States even giving a command performance before King Edward VII. Eltinge appeared in a series of musical comedies written specifically for his talents starting in 1910 with The Fascinating Widow, returning to vaudeville in 1918. His popularity soon earned him the moniker "Mr. Lillian Russell" for the equally popular beauty and musical comedy star.
Hollywood beckoned Eltinge and in 1917 he appeared in his first feature film, The Countess Charming. This would lead to other films including 1918s The Isle of Love with Rudolph Valentino and Virginia Rappe. By the time Eltinge arrived in Hollywood, he was considered one of the highest paid actors on the American stage but with the arrival of the Great Depression and the death of vaudeville; Eltinge’s star began to fade. He continued his show in nightclubs but found little success, he died in 1941 following a show at a New York nightclub. He leaves a legacy as one of the greatest female impersonators of the 20th century.
Shown: Pat Collins, left, Edward G. Robinson and Julian Eltinge for a performance by the Dominos Club, Nov. 25, 1935.
Really?! Where is the script on this? Oscar® loves bio pics.
Thursday, June 25
10 Nominees Instead of Five
“After more than six decades, the Academy is returning to some of its earlier roots, when a wider field competed for the top award of the year. The final outcome, of course, will be the same- one best picture winner- but the race to the finish line will feature 10, not just five, great movies from 2009.”
Oscar nominations will be announced on Feb. 2 with the awards ceremony being held at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood on March 7.
Can this be true?