From "New York Today: Empty City":But in the winding-down of summer, the city moves at a slower pace, and the lazy days of August can be quite pleasant.Or, as F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in "The Great Gatsby":"I love New York on summer afternoons when every one’s away. Show More Summary
The Ripples sunglasses are a beautiful blend of classic retro and art deco. Designed to give you rainbows for eyebrows, these circle-rimmed frames are...
A highly detailed, palace-size Chinese enamel cloisonné and gilt metal censor, two Chinese sculptures of finely carved soapstone and applied agate (both depicting mountainous landscapes, one with the famous Juyong Guan entrance to the...Show More Summary
“What made The Great Gatsby so great? Does everyone think he’s that great? Why?” Just in time for the back-to-school rush: essay questions from a teacher who didn’t finish any of the required reading (a.k.a. McSweeney’s).
"The Gift" is the director's debut feature, but it's so assuredly handled and well put-together that you'd never know it. Actor Joel Edgerton ("Warrior," "Exodus," "The Great Gatsby") wrote, directed and stars in the film, which is clearly...Show More Summary
A story written by “The Great Gatsby” author F. Scott Fitzgerald shortly before his death is finally seeing the light of day.
I know it’s cliche, but my all-time favorite novel is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. To me it offers prescient warnings on the perils of a consumer society and perfectly captures the American drive to strive for the unattainable, even if it results in tragedy. NPR’s literary critic, Maureen Corrigan, is also a huge Gatsby fan. A far bigger […]
“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” —F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby I'm sorry. I didn't want to go there yet. Fall seems so far away. And there's so much left of summer and the warm weather to enjoy. But, this jacket caught my eye! And it's too beautiful to wait. Show More Summary
"The Great Gatsby" — His Instagram only goes back to December 2014 and you’re not quite sure why?
Callan McAuliffe, who played the young Jay Gatsby in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, has been cast as the lead in ABC Family’s supernatural drama pilot Beyond, which is now set to begin production next week in Vancouver. The pilot centers...Show More Summary
One word to describe Daks’ spring-summer 2016 menswear collection is sleek. The dapper outing called to mind the 1920s classic The Great Gatsby, revolving around suiting and relaxed tailoring in serene hues. Injecting the fluid silhouettes...Show More Summary
“Do you always watch for the longest day of the year and then miss it? I always watch for the longest day of the year and then miss it.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby I’ve long been haunted by this line, spoken by Daisy. But good news: today is the longest day of the year for 2015. So I won’t miss it.
Classic Hollywood: The 'Great Gatsby' writer, who was long associated with the Jazz Age and spiraled into personal tragedy, has inspired varying portraits.
3.5/5 “You can’t repeat the past”, Nick said to Jay. “Can’t repeat the past? Why of course you can!” And we all know how it ended for Jay Gatsby, so after three films, why should it end differently for megalomaniacs and a few incautious geneticists? If there is any thematic through-line throughout the Jurassic [...]Show More Summary
A Mumford son (or daughter) is on the way for Carey Mulligan and husband Marcus Mumford, US Weekly reports. On Sunday, the Great Gatsby actress walked the Tony Awards red carpet in a pretty loose-fitting, deep crimson gown that hid her baby bump. Check out more looks from the Tonys red carpet Mulligan,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Carey Mulligan
Carey Mulligan is pregnant! Mulligan and her husband, Marcus Mumford, are expecting their first child, according to the Washington Post. Speculation of a possible pregnancy started after The Great Gatsby star arrived at the June 7 Tony Awards wearing a beautiful, but somewhat roomy, gown that seemed to be covering a growing baby bump. Show More Summary
If the walls in this Great Neck, N.Y., home could talk, they would have legendary stories to tell. The seven-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom home of F. Scott Fitzgerald, where the author first began writing The Great Gatsby, is now available for $3.9 million. Show More Summary
(Photo: NPR) Before World War II, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby was out of print and almost unknown—a forgotten work of a previous generation. Then, in 1945, it was republished for distribution to American soldiers. Now The Great Gatsby is regarded as a treasure of American literature. Show More Summary
TVNewser: Ann Coulter is still saying Ann Coulter things. GalleyCat: F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s home that inspired The Great Gatsby is for sale. For just $3.9 million, you can constantly annoy your friends by reminding them “You know, this is the Gatsby house.” TVSpy: Incredibly depressing aerial footage of the flooding in Houston.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s former home in Great Neck, the location that inspired his classic novel “The Great Gatsby,” is for sale. The seller is looking to fetch $3.9 for the Long Island home. According to the real estate listing, Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda rented the home for two years in the early 1920s. Show More Summary