Irving Berlin

Your attitude determines ultimate success
At another point, Droege defines "gay" as referring to men who celebrate and make fun of their idols at the same time. It's
The little 4 year old that wakes me up every morning. Our son keeps everything in perspective and keeps us laughing. What
Those with a rich fondness for Broadway will find plenty to draw them in and keep them entertained. Berlin's music is at
Pinkham (of A Gentlemen's Guide to Love & Murder) does a decent-enough job as the likable crooner who retires to a country
In 2007, he directed the world premiere of a musical based on Happy Days with book by the iconic Garry Marshall. "It was
We've had the Golden Age; the Golden Goose; Golden Oldies; Golden Books; the Golden Globes. And now we 've got My Golden Days.
Berlin is credited with having written approximately 1,250 songs (of which 25 reached the #1 spot on the pop charts). From
Like a lot of cities in Europe, Antwerp is really well connected by train to major cities like Brussels and Amsterdam. In
During the past 50 years, Miles Kreuger has amassed the world's largest collection expressly dedicated to the histories of the American Musical theatre and film. I made the 4-minute doc below to introduce you to Miles, founder and president of the Institute of the American Musical.
Look, let's be honest: Christmas is super-gay. All that tinsel, the frolicsome dancing, mulled wine and all its fruity spices -- and oh goodness, all those holiday specials!
Alzheimer's caregiving is the toughest job I've ever known but it also vividly distills what's really important in life. For five and a half years, I cared for my mother, Peg Swiss, as advanced Alzheimer's tightened its grip on her brain.
More than half a century after they were made (and in a style that might seem quite corny), these films demonstrate the changing demographics of those who have embraced new options in mass transit.
Parades have various political and cultural significance, but one grand stroll carries solemn religious meaning mixed with ostentatious displays of fashion: The Easter Parade. Wouldn't you love to sashay down 5th Avenue in New York wearing a festive flower garden and a mile of ribbon on your bonnet? I would.
It seems Kimberly was destined to play bold, brassy, determined ladies of the twentieth century - -women who defied the odds of class, ethnicity and appearance to get exactly where they wanted to go.
Fifty years ago, Shirley Bassey's Goldfinger, arguably the greatest James Bond theme of all, and one of the most explosive musical compositions in the history of cinema missed winning the Academy Award for Best Song -- in fact, it missed a nomination altogether.
And although celebrating the birth of Christ was not something these Jewish songwriters would want to do, they could feel
When caroling time arrived, Fred, the only Jew in a houseful of Catholics, sat at the piano and led the guests through classic after classic, including all the verses -- in Latin -- of "Adeste Fidelis" -- the song you and I more likely know as "O Come All Ye Faithful."
You don't have to be a classical music lover to enjoy this show, though it's hard to see how you could depart inured to Chopin's glorious music.
The summer of 1961 was one of my favorites: Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris were hitting home runs, Whitey Ford was winning games, and "Who Put the Bomp" was a big hit on my transistor radio.