The Gossip Column with Taheerah No. 1 | Colour Crushes Create a brand new project using your own colour combination from the 10 colours above Use black for sentiments only. Post on your blog or to an online photo album. Ensure you link up to this challenge post in your blog post and include the colour swatches You must use at least one Winnie & Walter product for your creation.  The deadline for linking submissions is Friday 17th April at 11:55pm CST.

The Gossip Column with Taheerah No. 1 | Colour Crushes Create a brand new project using your own colour combination from the 10 colours above Use black for sentiments only. Post on your blog or to an online photo album. Ensure you link up to this challenge post in your blog post and include the colour swatches You must use at least one Winnie & Walter product for your creation. The deadline for linking submissions is Friday 17th April at 11:55pm CST.

Mega Blocks by Monster High Ghostly Gossip Column, Multicolor

Mega Blocks by Monster High Ghostly Gossip Column, Multicolor

I better tell our resident writer that this week's gossip column talked about…

I better tell our resident writer that this week's gossip column talked about…

Feb. 27, 1939, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. William K. Howard, film director, visits Patricia Ellis in Pittsburgh. Pat was performing there on tour ("trouping") with the Vincent Lopez Orchestra at the Stanley Theater (now called Benedum Center for the Performing Arts in heart of Pittsburgh's historic cultural district). Harold W. Cohen's entertainment gossip column "The Drama Desk", Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Feb 27, 1939, p.8.

Feb. 27, 1939, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. William K. Howard, film director, visits Patricia Ellis in Pittsburgh. Pat was performing there on tour ("trouping") with the Vincent Lopez Orchestra at the Stanley Theater (now called Benedum Center for the Performing Arts in heart of Pittsburgh's historic cultural district). Harold W. Cohen's entertainment gossip column "The Drama Desk", Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Feb 27, 1939, p.8.

Joyce Bryant is one of the reasons I couldn’t wait to get Vintage Black Glamour in book form. This photograph was taken by Carl Van Vechten on May 28, 1953 at the height of her career. Even with her undeniable soprano (with a 4 octave range) the focus was on her sexy image. Once dubbed the “black Marilyn Monroe,” constant mentions in Walter Winchell’s gossip column made her a star and she was widely considered the first dark-skinned Black woman to be considered a sex symbol inside and ...

Joyce Bryant is one of the reasons I couldn’t wait to get Vintage Black Glamour in book form. This photograph was taken by Carl Van Vechten on May 28, 1953 at the height of her career. Even with her undeniable soprano (with a 4 octave range) the focus was on her sexy image. Once dubbed the “black Marilyn Monroe,” constant mentions in Walter Winchell’s gossip column made her a star and she was widely considered the first dark-skinned Black woman to be considered a sex symbol inside and ...

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