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Where'd You Go, Bernadette: A Novel
With the help of receipts, invoices, interviews, and eyewitness accounts, Keith Badman's The Final Years of Marilyn Monroe tries to bring to life Marilyn Monroe's final days, as well as her relationships with high-profile men like John F. Kennedy.
"J'aimerais être ta cigarette, pour naître au creux de tes mains, vivre sur tes lèvres et mourir à tes pieds."
Do you see the look on that guy's face?! What a cool moment. (And a bit of a Marilyn Monroe "Some Like It Hot" moment to boot!) Let's all give a like to the talented @TismanPhoto for this bomb dignity #NYC #engagementshot. Jeff used a the #MagGrid and #MagGel from @MagnetMod to capture this super #fun moment in time. Congrats Jeff on being a runner up in our October contest! #ThatsTalent #Awesome You can check out Jeff and the other October #madewithmagmod contest winners in their full rez…
Photos: The Pink-and-Green Glamour of the Beverly Hills Hotel
Beverly Hills Hotel was six miles from the nearest railroad station—and light-years from reality. The setting, almost from the first, suggested a Keystone Kops comedy: glamorous, famous, and horny people all rushing in and out of the lobby, the coffee shop, and the fabled bungalows.