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Filth and Wisdom movie review (2008)

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Aren't we all way beyond being shocked by sexual fetishes simply because they exist? Haven't we all stopped thinking, Ohmigod! That's a guy in drag! or Ohmigod! That's a dominatrix! or Ohmigod! She's tattooed! or having any kind of reaction to body piercing, which no longer even qualifies as a fetish, except when practiced on body areas we are unlikely to see, anyway.

Legendary burlesque dancer Tempest Storm lived for the stage, says friend

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Legendary burlesque dancer Tempest Storm lived for the stage, says friend
The globe-trotting, world famous striptease dancer — known as “the last queen of burlesque” — died at her Las Vegas home on Wednesday, the Washington Post reports. She was 93. 
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Posted: Apr 22, 2021 5:56 PM ET | Last Updated: April 23
Tempest Storm — known as 'the last queen of burlesque' — died Wednesday at the age of 93. She's pictured here in 2003 performing at the Miss Exotic World Pageant in Helendale, Calif.(David McNew/Getty Images)

Eastman remembers former burlesque dancer Tempest Storm

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'She was a movie star': Eastman remembers the life of former burlesque dancer Tempest Storm
Former burlesque dancer Tempest Storm died this week in Las Vegas, and even though she led a racy life, the small town in Dodge County remembers her fondly.
Author: Suzanne Lawler (WMAZ)
Updated: 6:40 PM EDT April 23, 2021
EASTMAN, Ga. — You don't hear the term "burlesque dancers" too much these days, but back in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s, Tempest Storm commanded a lot of attention.
She was born in Eastman, but left home to pursue Hollywood dreams at the age of 14.
Tempest died this week in Las Vegas, and even though she led a racy life, the small town in Dodge County remembers her fondly.

Tempest Storm, legendary burlesque star, dies at Vegas home

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Tempest Storm, legendary burlesque star, dies at Vegas home
JOHN KATSILOMETES, Las Vegas Review-Journal
April 22, 2021
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1of6FILE - In this June 7, 2008 file photo Tempest Storm, an 80-year-old burlesque dancer, performs during the Burlesque Hall of Fame's annual All-Star Burlesque Weekend held at the Palms hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Tempest Storm, the legendary burlesque star who blazed a trail for strip-tease artists for more than a half-century, died Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at her Las Vegas apartment, her longtime friend, confidant and business partner Harvey Robbins, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She was 93.Jae C. Hong/APShow MoreShow Less
2of6FILE - In this June 6, 2008 file photo Tempest Storm, an 80-year-old burlesque dancer, tries on her feather boa in her apartment in Las Vegas. Tempest Storm, the legendary burlesque star who blazed a trail for strip-tease artists for more than a half-century, died Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at her Las Vegas apartment, her longtime friend, confidant and business partner Harvey Robbins, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She was 93.Jae C. Hong/APShow MoreShow Less

News of the Week: Here Come the Bugs, the Senior Songstress, and Muffins of the English Variety

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I was reminded this week of why I dislike the warmer months of the year so much (in addition to the fact that they’re warmer). I found a big spider on my kitchen counter. He was just sitting there, not even bothered by my presence, as if he were waiting for me to make something to eat so he could crawl on it.
But I’ll take that over swarms of flying insects. I saw all those “killer bees” movies when I was a kid.
2021 marks the year that the cicadas come back. Like bell bottom jeans and other things we don’t really need to see again, they return every once in a while to remind us, “Hey, we’re still a thing.” They come in 17-year cycles, and this is our lucky year (especially the months of May and June), so go out and see them before they vanish again until 2038.

Tempest Storm, the 'Queen of Burlesque' who wowed Las Vegas and had affairs with Elvis and JFK – obituary


Tempest Storm, the ‘Queen of Burlesque’ who wowed Las Vegas and had affairs with Elvis and JFK – obituary
Plucked from the chorus line, she became the highest paid dancer in America and worked into her ninth decade
Tempest Storm in the mid-1950s
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Tempest Storm, who has died aged 93, was known as the Queen of Burlesque; she shot to fame in the 1950s with a risqué act in Las Vegas and was still strutting her stuff in her 80s.
Burlesque performers are often described as strippers, but their art has little to do with the in-your-face silicone-enhanced excess of modern strip clubs. The origins of burlesque date back to a time when total nudity was against the law and the art of adult entertainment lay in the coy tease and the saucy seduction, not the revelation, with dancers mostly (though not entirely – Tempest Storm was arrested several times for nudity and topless dancing) retaining their modesty behind feathers or fans.

Tempest Storm, Who Disrobed to Enduring Acclaim, Dies at 93

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Tempest Storm, Who Disrobed to Enduring Acclaim, Dies at 93
Margalit Fox, New York Times
April 21, 2021
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Tempest Storm tries on her feather boa in her apartment in Las Vegas, Friday, June 6, 2008. Jae C. Hong/AP
Tempest Storm, one of the most celebrated strippers of midcentury burlesque, who continued plying her craft until she was in her 80s — not because she had to, but because she could — died on Tuesday at her home in Las Vegas. She was 93.
Harvey Robbins, her longtime manager, confirmed the death.
Routinely named in the same ardent breath as the great 20th-century ecdysiasts Lili St. Cyr, Blaze Starr and Gypsy Rose Lee, Storm was every inch as ecdysiastical as they, and for far longer. Almost certainly the last of her ilk, she was, at her height in the 1950s and early ’60s, famous the world over, as celebrated for her flame-red tresses as for her vaunted 40-inch bust.

Tempest Storm, burlesque star who dated JFK and Elvis, dead at 93

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Tempest Storm, the fiery redhead known as a burlesque icon who starred in early Russ Meyer films, has died. She was 93.
Storm died in her Las Vegas apartment Tuesday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported, and had been battling dementia in recent months. She also was struggling after undergoing hip surgery on April 8 and was under round-the-clock care until her death.
"Tempest was easily one of the best-known and highest-regarded burlesque [performers] of all time, and was an active part of the burlesque community right to the end," Burlesque Hall of Fame executive director Dustin Wax told the Review-Journal. "She will be missed terribly in the burlesque community and well beyond it."

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Tempest Storm, legendary burlesque star, dies at Vegas home

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Tempest Storm, legendary burlesque star, dies at Vegas home
JOHN KATSILOMETES, Las Vegas Review-Journal
April 22, 2021
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1of6FILE - In this June 7, 2008 file photo Tempest Storm, an 80-year-old burlesque dancer, performs during the Burlesque Hall of Fame's annual All-Star Burlesque Weekend held at the Palms hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Tempest Storm, the legendary burlesque star who blazed a trail for strip-tease artists for more than a half-century, died Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at her Las Vegas apartment, her longtime friend, confidant and business partner Harvey Robbins, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She was 93.Jae C. Hong/APShow MoreShow Less
2of6FILE - In this June 6, 2008 file photo Tempest Storm, an 80-year-old burlesque dancer, tries on her feather boa in her apartment in Las Vegas. Tempest Storm, the legendary burlesque star who blazed a trail for strip-tease artists for more than a half-century, died Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at her Las Vegas apartment, her longtime friend, confidant and business partner Harvey Robbins, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She was 93.Jae C. Hong/APShow MoreShow Less

Behind the Burly-Q movie review (2010)

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My entry in the 1959 essay contest of the United Republican Fund won me a free trip to Chicago and the chance to shake Richard Nixon's hand during a banquet at the Chicago Amphitheater. What I remember about that trip is stepping into a cab in front of the Conrad Hilton Hotel and telling the driver, "take me to the best burlesque show in town." He threw down the flag on his meter and drove me one block, to the Rialto on South State Street.
In those days both the Rialto and the Follies survived as part of the last gasp of American burlesque. The Rialto had once been owned by Harold Minsky, Broadway's legendary burlesque impresario. There I beheld striptease artistes and a team of two comedians who told bawdy jokes about body parts, pulled improbable objects out of their pockets, and slapped each other with rubber chickens.

Legendary burlesque performer Tempest Storm dies age 93

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Tempest Storm passed away in Las Vegas Tuesday following a short illness
She was born Annie Blanche Banks in Eastman, Georgia before she set out for Hollywood at the age of 16
By her early 20s, Storm had become the highest-paid burlesque dancer in the country, famed for her raunchy routines and voluptuous frame
Storm was married three times and had a short-lived romance with Elvis Presley
The bombshell once lived next door to Marilyn Monroe and even alleged she had an affair with JFK
Storm continued to perform as a  burlesque dancer into her 80s, doing private shows as late as 2014 

Popular Christmas Songs Banned in the Past

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While “Baby It’s Cold Outside” was widely considered innocuous in the mid-20th century—it even nabbed a “Best Original Song” Oscar for its inclusion in 1949’s
Neptune’s Daughter—the suggestive duet is now rather infamous. Some radio programmers have ceased playing it altogether, citing lyrics that many modern listeners would identify as clear examples of sexual harassment. The ongoing debate has given rise to a larger question: Which other problematic Christmas classics deserve a ban?
“Jingle Bells” entered the discussion in 2017, after Boston University professor Kyna Hamill discovered that minstrels originally performed it in blackface during the 1850s. And though Band Aid’s 1984 single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” was created to fight famine in Ethiopia, its lyrics generalize the entire African continent in such an offensive (and factually incorrect) way that people have protested its inclusion on today’s airwaves.

TOM LEONARD: No wonder A-listers can't resist the city where stars hit the jackpot every day

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Jennifer Lopez is pictured above in Las Vegas in 2016. With profits from records savaged by the internet, artists have had to rely far more on performing, and they've descended on Vegas en masse
Sir Paul McCartney has the joie de vivre of someone half his age. But the 78-year-old couldn't muster much enthusiasm when an interviewer suggested he follow Elton John's example and do 'a residency in Las Vegas'.
'That's something I've been trying to avoid my whole life,' McCartney told GQ magazine recently. 
'Definitely nothing attracts me about the idea. Vegas is where you go to die, isn't it? It's the elephants' graveyard.'

'Fashionably Yours': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Hallmark's new drama flick

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Kendrick Sampson and Kat Graham (Hallmark)
This movie might be defined as a romantic drama but it is a lot more than just about love. It explores fashion and aspiration while weaving in love and friendship and discovery of a new place and seeing life with fresh perspectives.
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After three years of organizing fashion collections at a top magazine, Lauren (Kat Graham) is promoted but that comes at a cost. She has to move to Seattle, much to her dislike. When Rob (Kendrick Sampson), the owner of the moving company she hires, learns of her distaste for the city, he makes it his mission to see Seattle with a fresh perspective and discover the beauty of the city and all it has to offer. In exchange for her organizing services, he becomes her tour guide for the next two weeks leading up to her move and Lauren discovers love for Seattle, for its people and somewhere a little love for Rob as well.

These people only have a birthday every four years

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Leap year babies: These people have a birthday every four years
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Once every four years February has an extra day.
Leap day is Feb. 29. What fun to be born on a day that is only in the calendar every four years.
Here is a list of celebrities, athletes and other famous people born on Feb. 29.
Joss Ackland, born in 1928, actor
Cyrus Beasley, born in 1972, former Olympic rower
Fabien Bownes, born in 1972, former professional football player, Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks
Chucky Brown, born in 1968, former NBA forward, high school basketball coach
Lyndon Byers, born in 1964, retired professional ice hockey player

Steel City Kitty Boat Show pays homage to a Pittsburgh showboat raid that happened in the '30s

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Kat de Lac
As a dedicated researcher to the history of burlesque in Pittsburgh, Steel City Kitty founder Kat de Lac has found some wild stories.
One example: On May 15, 1930, the Pittsburgh Press reported that federal agents raided a floating speakeasy and gambling parlor called the Showboat, stationed on the Allegheny River by Sixth Street, according to the article. "[Four] held in raid on 'Show Boat' by Dry Sleuths," the headline read. "Bottles of Guests and Roulette Seized; Park Promises State Action." 
Owner Milton Jaffe was arrested, and though history does not preserve for us the identity of who sprang Milton from the clink, a solid theory is that it was his brother. George Jaffe was not a partner in his brother’s wagering venture and therefore not on Showboat at the time of the raid, but it’s improbable he was beached by seasickness or abstinence. 

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