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In the sixty-some years I've been out, I've seen more female impersonators than you can shake a rhinestone tiara at. Some great. Some talented. Some gone bonkers. Some now gone bingo. READ MORE.
When Detroit-born, Cass Tech graduate Bernard Johnson died, age 60 in 1997, the New York Times carried a quarter-page obit celebrating his life as "a Renaissance man in dance." Little bigger than a metronome minute - at 5-foot-4 - he started dancing at age 11. READ MORE.
Within months of Adolf Hitler's appointment as Germany's Chancellor in 1933, Nazi S.S. thugs in Berlin stood menacingly in front of Jewish owned businesses. READ MORE.
Woody Allen -- who takes religion, God, get-saved theology with a grain of salt (Epsom, no doubt) quips, "I don't believe in an afterlife, although I am bringing a change of underwear." READ MORE.
Contrary to rumors circulating for years in Story Bookland Weekly Tabloid there never was any real friction between Dorothy, Cowardly Lion, Tin Woodsman, Scarecrow.(And those horrid pictures of an aging Dorothy are photoshopped.) READ MORE.
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