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Losing Egypt

Let’s go back to the evening of Wednesday, October 18, 1922 – the very first Hollywood red-carpet premiere – the premiere of Robin Hood, starring Douglas Fairbanks – the father, not the son. This took place at the brand new … Continue reading

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The Coup Disguised as a Popular Uprising or the Other Way Around

Canada Day is the first day of July every year, and we have our Fourth of July, and of course the French have Bastille Day in the middle of the month. July is a good enough month to start a … Continue reading

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Grudging Thanks

Thanksgiving has rolled around again, and thankfully it’s one of our secular holidays. Fox News cannot go on a tear about how merchants are making Jesus cry by wishing folks Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas, all part of the … Continue reading

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Walk like an Egyptian

Back in 1922 all things Egyptian were the rage. That’s why there’s the Egyptian Theater here on Hollywood Boulevard. Sid Grauman had done well with his Million Dollar Theater downtown, and his first theater on Hollywood Boulevard was the Egyptian … Continue reading

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