LASALLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A mother is accused of trying to torch a car with her 11-year-old son bound and locked inside at a southeast Michigan cemetery. The Monroe County sheriff’s office says 48-year-old Sherrie Richter was arraigned Thursday on assault with intent to murder and arson charges. The sheriff’s office said preliminary investigations show...
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- Mom accused of trying torch car with son inside at cemetery
By Associated Press - Thursday Jun 29, 2017
- Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe hiking in the woods, before she was famous
By Alex Arbuckle - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
Image: Ed Clark/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images
In 1950, LIFE photographer Ed Clark got a call from a friend at 20th Century Fox about a “hot tomato” the studio had just signed: Marilyn Monroe.
The young actress had previously signed with Fox in August 1946, but was dropped after the end of her second six-month contract.
Monroe spent the following years honing her craft, taking acting classes, modeling, and befriending executives
In 1950, she appeared in six films, including small parts in The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve.
She was still mostly unknown when she joined Clark for a rustic photoshoot in the woods of Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Read more...More about Film, History, Retronaut, Marilyn Monroe, and Classic Films
- Aleshia Brevard, SF drag star and transgender pioneer, dies at 79
By Sam Whiting - Monday Jul 24, 2017
Aleshia Brevard, a Marilyn Monroe impersonator at Finocchio’swho went on to transgender surgery and a career in television and movies, died July 1 at home in her apartment in the Santa Cruz County town of Scotts Valley. The cause of death was pulmonary fibrosis, said Joyce Nordquist, Ms. Brevard’s landlord and friend of 60 years. “Within a year of that life-changing surgery I was balancing a showgirl’s headdress at the Dunes Hotel,” she wrote. “Aleshia was a true pioneer who never lost her zest for life,” said Stryker, who featured Ms. Brevard her in the Emmy-winning 2005 documentary Screaming Queens: In the film, Stryker said, Ms. Brevard described what life was like in the Tenderloin before there was an organized movement for transgender rights. Dreams of stardom were never mentioned, and the only venue for performance were school talent contests. “I was proud of her as a brother,” said her younger sister, Jeanne Cauble She was not the typical teenage boy. Though Ms. Brevard was taller and slimmer than Monroe, she could pull off the body language and the voice in the days before lip synching. A year or so later, she moved back to Los Angeles to have gender reassignment surgery. Ms. Brevard’s most prominent film role was in “The Love God?” with Don Knotts, in 1969. “Limousines whisked me from one press party to the next, and at each exciting stop I held court as the honored guest,” she wrote of that experience, on her website. When the roles dried up, Ms. Brevard returned to Middle Tennessee State University, where she earned a master’s degree in theater arts. Ms. Brevard is survived by her sister, of Midland, N.C. A private memorial service will be held in Scotts Valley.
- Matt Bomer evokes faded Hollywood glamour in ‘The Last Tycoon’
By Robert Rorke - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
If Don Draper ran a Hollywood studio instead of a Manhattan ad agency, he would be Monroe Stahr, the hero of “The Last Tycoon,” an unfinished novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald that has been made into a TV series for Amazon. As played by Matt Bomer, who won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of...
- Mass. man convicted in 2015 death of 2-year-old 'Baby Doe'
By USA TODAY - By USA TODAY - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
A Boston jury convicted Michael McCarthy on Monday in the 2015 death of 2-year-old Bella Bond, also known as "Baby Doe."