It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it. ~ Lena Horne Brad’s mom was worried about her son. “He’s a great kid. An honor student who tries hard to do his very best. A parent’s dream, right? But I’m worried about him. He’s overly stressed. And so hard on […]
Today marks the premiere of Amazon's first great show. Transparent stars Jeffrey Tambor as a retired professor transitioning to female. The show's creator, Jill Soloway, spoke with John Horn, host of Southern California Public Radio's new arts and entertainment show, The Frame, about the freedom of Amazon, the influence of... More »
"MY LIFE would be much more interesting to audiences than Lena Horne's!" That's what Peggy Lee said and thought as she prepared to mount the disastrous Broadway musical version of her life, back in 1983. Maybe I once might have thought the two great singers were on par, in terms of personal drama. Show More Summary
Even miles away, Lena knows Stef well enough to know that she’s fixing a pipe because she can’t fix her heart. The post “The Fosters” recap (2.9): Toot My Own Horn appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
Congrats to NBC's Tamron Hall! After filling in now and then, she's officially been hired to co-host the third hour of Today. Hall, who listens to Bun B to get hyped up for work and names Lena Horne as her inspiration, is the first black woman to have one of the anchor seats on the Today show; she will continue to host MSNBC's NewsNation. Show More Summary
James Gavin, the biographer of Chet Baker and Lena Horne, reviewed my new Duke Ellington biography in this coming Sunday's...
“It’s not the load that breaks you down; it’s the way you carry it.” ~ Lena Horne Think of a painful injury such as a wound — one that’s fresh and open, bleeding. You attempt to secure a bandage and some protection. You move onward. As time goes by, the wound starts to heal, but […]
Vintage Film Poster, The Bronze Venus starring Lena Horne The Black Film Center/Archive at Indiana University Bloomington was established in 1981 as a repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans, which has since been updated to include Africa and its Diaspora. Show More Summary
From Lena Horne to Prince Lee, we look at the women who helped make the March on Washington a success. Read full article...
SmithsonianMag The SNCC activist's meeting with Lena Horne turned into a nationally televised interview with Nancy Dickerson
University of Nottingham: An explanation of mirages. Phoenix is not on the list: The top 10 hottest places on earth. 1937: The French Riviera. Lena Horne: "Summertime."
Yesterday, the Sacramento Bee reported that legendary actress/singer Lena Horne died at the age of 92, citing an obituary in The New York Times. The only problem? She died on May 9... 2010. It's unclear how the Bee blew this, but Lena...Show More Summary
Lena Horne, legendary American singer, actress, civil rights activist and dancer, has died at the age of 92. At least, that’s what the New York Times and the Sacramento Bee would have you believe. So is it true? Yes and no. Horne died in 2010, but Twitter users are still apparently mourning her death today after a report hit [...]Show More Summary
Three years after her death, citizens of Twitter are apparently still mourning the loss of legendary singer and actress Lena Horne. Horne began her career as a dancer at the famous Cotton Club in Harlem. From there, she would become a famous actress, singer and nightclub performer. Show More Summary
Activist, actress, and singer Lena Horne has died at the age of 92. Her death, at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, was announced by her son-in-law, Kevin Buckley. She lived in Manhattan. In a message of condolence, President Obama said Ms. Show More Summary
Heather Horn ponders the sentiment among millennials who see Lena Dunham achieving the kind of early fame her character on Girls can only dream about: The feeling of having hoped you'd be further along by age x is pretty common,...
Move over Halle Berry, Jennifer Hudson and Jordin Sparks! Alicia Keys is hoping that the next time an iconic black period piece is made it will be her in the starring role as Lena Horne. Via Eurweb reports: Rumblings
Last night, Mona mentioned our latest podcast — which ends with “Stormy Weather,” sung by Lena Horne. As I listened to her — Lena, I mean, not Mona, though I enjoy listening to them both! — I had a memory. Four years ago, I had a long sit-down with Marilyn Horne (the great mezzo-soprano). Show More Summary