We've seen geeky weddings done right but none that merge two classics like The Great Gatsby and Star Wars. Caitlin wore a stunning beaded gown as a nod to the 20s with ruby red lips and flowers in her hair. The wedding was even equipped...Show More Summary
Is it just us, or do the upcoming holidays make you feel like it’s time to get sparkly? Some of our favorite wintertime weddings take on a 1920s vintage glam theme with details and decor inspired by The Great Gatsby. If you’re planning your own Gatsby wedding, these fashion, stationery, cake, and tablescape ideas will help you nail the look. Show More Summary
Avery and Jared have always loved The Great Gatsby, so they blended inspiration from their favorite Roaring Twenties icon with their own modern details! This Columbus Museum of Art wedding featured décor like a majestic ice sculpture, a classic black, gold, and ivory color palette, and larger-than-life floral installations. Show More Summary
I was digging deep in a library in the files of the late, great F. Scott Fitzgerald when I came across this secret, early draft of “The Great Gatsby,” before F. Scott went through and changed everyone’s names. It seemed so topical I could barely believe it. I am printing it in full, below. […]
It's no secret that Baz Luhrmann enjoys a bit of extravagance when it comes to his films (see: Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby). It's also no secret that Luhrmann's current musical-drama series for Netflix, The Get Down, has cost the streaming network a very pretty penny for its current debut season. (The first ... More »
We’ve featured a few real weddings inspired by The Great Gatsby on the blog before, but this is perhaps the first one with a cameo from the man himself. Cinzia and Francesco got married in stunning grandeur and gorgeous style, with a roaring 1920s wedding in Tuscany. Their fabulous bash, filled with feather fans, crystal details, […]
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Just about everyone reads 'The Great Gatsby' or 'Romeo and Juliet' in their formative years...but should they? Column by Christopher Shultz image courtesy Schplook / flikr.com It is now mid-September, which means many of... [Continue Reading]
Hundreds partied, 1920s style, on the lawn. [ more › ]
Gatsby was Gilded Age goals, flapper style is sexy as hell, and a 1920s orchestra can only be improved when a little Latin flavor gets thrown into the musical mix. So it’s great to hear news of the Jazz Age Lawn Party’s expansion to South Beach. The Prohibition-inspired multiday party...
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 120th birthday is Sept. 24th, and what better way to celebrate than buying the acclaimed author’s old house? OK, so at $625,000, that’s a pretty expensive birthday celebration. But for The Great Gatsby author, isn’t that kind of fitting? The three-story row house, located in St. Show More Summary
An abortion storytelling show, a whole lot of beer events, a Great Gatsby themed lawn party, and other things to do with your weekend. [ more › ]
Adelaide Clemens, whose credits include Silent Hill: Revelations, No One Lives and The Great Gatsby, has taken on the lead role in Luke Shanahan’s dark thriller Rabbit, which starts shooting today, ScreenDaily reports. Clemens replaces the previously reported Abbey Lee in the role, which is pretty disappointing to say the least. Show More Summary
Hello, publishers. I guess we are still trying to write the Great American Novel, for some reason. We already have “Moby-Dick,” and if that’s not your thing, we have “The Great Gatsby,” and if that’s not your thing, we have “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” and if that’s not your thing, we have “Infinite Jest,” which […]
The final unpublished short stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose book "The Great Gatsby" provided an iconic depiction of the excesses of America's Jazz Age, will see the light in April, 80 years after they were written. Scribner, aShow More Summary
The last of author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unpublished works will finally see the light of day in 2017, 80 years after they were written. A collection of short stories written by The Great Gatsby scribe between the mid-to-late 1930s will...Show More Summary
Riffing off her high school love of The Great Gatsby, comedian Sara Benincasa penned a female-focused retelling for teens.
You may love them, you may hate them, but these classic literature 101 titles aren't going anywhere any time soon. Column by Leah Dearborn Holes, Anne of Green Gables, Things Fall Apart, The Catcher In The Rye, The Great Gatsby, 1984, Animal Farm, most of Shakespeare's plays. Show More Summary
The author of the Gabriel Allon thrillers, including the latest, “The Black Widow,” loves F. Scott Fitzgerald and named his son Nicholas after Nick Carraway from “The Great Gatsby.” But his daughter is Lily — “not Daisy or Jordan or Myrtle.”
“After mixing the drink, sit back and fan yourself with the wide brim of a Kentucky Derby hat.” Thanks to Ploughshares, you can impress your friends by serving them The Great Gatsby – to drink. The post Literary Alimentary appeared first on The Millions.