We ' re trying to show the dirt and the decadence and the perverse atmosphere of
Berlin when the Nazis came to power . All the musical numbers take place inside
... or Judy Garland ' s daughter . Now she Divinely Decadent - Liza Minnelli 49.
Author: Sarah Gallick
Publisher: Amer Media Incorporated
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The product of the strange marriage between beloved star Judy Garland and acclaimed, gay director Vincente Minnelli, she is one of the most mixed up stars of all time.
Author: Keith Spencer FultonPublish On: 2016-05-11
Divinely decadent? Prewar Nazi Germany? Old ladies dying from the shock of
the bootblow to the door? Human beings about to be turned into soap? Divinely decadent? Lamp shades? Divinely decadent? I wanted to puke. This isn't the way
Author: Keith Spencer Fulton
Publisher: America Star Books
It is 1973, and the Los Angeles Presse-Syndicat’s thirtyish music-arts “stringer” Axel Haberley believes in the arts’ cross-fertilization. With a passion for Vincent Van Gogh, an editor willing to let him “file pieces” from abroad, and passable college French, Axel plans a cultural wanderjahr. The Van Gogh Quartet is a true story which reads like a novel. Travelling with his young love interest Daphne, and stumbling onto an unknown Van Gogh work, what “Axie” really finds is the subject on his own canvas: Himself. THE VAN GOGH QUARTET reveals a picaresque best—the treasure which is one’s own life’s meaning.
Prepare for a feast for your eyes and tastebuds with this deliciously photographed book.
Author: Christine France
Publisher: Southwater Pub
Prepare for a feast for your eyes and tastebuds with this deliciously photographed book. You'll find it hard not to eat the pages, with over 70 tempting and tantalizing recipes such as Rich Chocolate Leaf Gateau, Hot Chocolate Zabaglione and the mouth-watering and hard to resist Mississippi Mud Pie. A comprehensive techniques section explains how to melt, cook, make sauces, frosting and decorations. Give in to temptation with these amazing chocolate creations.
chocolate: Banana Pancakes, 164 Bars, Divinely Decadent Fruity Dark
Chocolate, 152 Brownies, Glossy Dark and White, 154 -Coffee Cake, 146
Cookies, Cranberry and White, 144 sauce, white, 167 Coconut Kisses. 147
cookies: Apricot ...
Author: Annabel Karmel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Now in paperback from Annabel Karmel, the acclaimed bestselling author and leading authority on feeding children, comes an outstanding guide to planning nutritious meals for your whole family. Do you find you are serving the same old meals week in, week out? Do you catch yourself staring at the contents of your fridge hoping for inspiration? Do you long for some original ideas to help you cook quick, healthy and tasty meals for the whole family? If so, help is at the hand from bestselling author and leading authority on feeding children, Annabel Karmel. Favorite Family Meals is packed with more than 150 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that will appeal to the whole family, including brain-boosting breakfasts; “healthy junk food” like burgers, pizzas, and chicken nuggets; wholesome muffins; fabulous desserts; fish dishes that will tempt even the most finicky eaters; and dishes that children will enjoy preparing themselves (like animal-shaped cheese bread). Every recipe has been taste-tested by a panel of children, because it’s not enough to prepare healthy foods for kids—they have to want to eat them, too. Filled with dozens of essential time-saving tips for shopping, stocking, freezing, and planning ahead, four weekly menu plans, lunch box suggestions, ideas for spectacular party foods and sensible snacks, and inspiring color photographs, busy parents will wonder how they ever managed without Favorite Family Meals.
But it smells divinely decadent and she didn't bother to see if they had cottage
cheese on the menu. It is divinely decadent. She cuts the steak as fast as she can
. She can count on one hand how often she's eaten beef in the past year. And to ...
Author: Jessica Brockmole
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A woman sets out on a cross-country road trip, unknowingly tracing in reverse the path her mother traveled thirty years before. “Tender, touching, original, and rich with delicious period detail of Hollywood’s heyday—buckle up, because you’ll definitely want to go on a road trip after reading this delightful book!”—Hazel Gaynor, New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Came Home In the 1950s, movie star Louise Wilde is caught between an unfulfilling acting career and a shaky marriage when she receives an out-of-the-blue phone call: She has inherited the estate of Florence “Florrie” Daniels, a Hollywood screenwriter she barely recalls meeting. Among Florrie’s possessions are several unproduced screenplays, personal journals, and—inexplicably—old photographs of Louise’s mother, Ethel. On an impulse, Louise leaves a film shoot in Las Vegas and sets off for her father’s house on the East Coast, hoping for answers about the curious inheritance and, perhaps, about her own troubled marriage. Nearly thirty years earlier, Florrie takes off on an adventure of her own, driving her Model T westward from New Jersey in pursuit of broader horizons. She has the promise of a Hollywood job and, in the passenger seat, Ethel, her best friend since childhood. Florrie will do anything for Ethel, who is desperate to reach Nevada in time to reconcile with her husband and reunite with her daughter. Ethel fears the loss of her marriage; Florrie, with long-held secrets confided only in her journal, fears its survival. In parallel tales, the three women—Louise, Florrie, Ethel—discover that not all journeys follow a map. As they rediscover their carefree selves on the road, they learn that sometimes the paths we follow are shaped more by our traveling companions than by our destinations.
Divinely. Decadent. Lives. of. Cabaret. We're looking for a new form of musical
theater, one that'll break away from what's become stale and static, and self-
imitative. We're looking back in time only to look forward in form. —FRED EBB ...
Author: James Leve
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb collaborated for more than forty years, longer than any such partnership in Broadway history. Together they wrote over twenty musicals. Their two most successful works, Cabaret and Chicago, had critically acclaimed Broadway revivals and were made into Oscar-winning films. This book, the first study of Kander and Ebb, examines their artistic accomplishments as individuals and as a team. Drawing on personal papers and on numerous interviews, James Leve analyzes the unique nature of this collaboration. Leve discusses their contribution to the concept musical; he examines some of their most popular works including Cabaret, Chicago, and Kiss of the Spider Woman; and he reassesses their flops as well as their incomplete and abandoned projects. Filled with fascinating information, the book is a resource for students of musical theater and lovers of Kander and Ebbs songs and shows.
Decadent artists are therefore likely to facilitate the destruction of a style or style
system ( 71 ) . ( Many listeners find Wagner ' s music [ perhaps divinely ] decadent in this sense . ) Meyer ' s comments on style in Emotion and Meaning in
Author: Renee Cox Lorraine
Leonard B. Meyer has proposed that when musical tendencies or expectations are inhibited by musical ambiguity or the unexpected, those inhibitions and their subsequent resolutions are likely to be provocative or engaging. Music, Tendencies and Inhibitions will explore the relevance of this theory to music and various other disciplines, and to psychological and natural processes. Each chapter consists of two parts: a presentation and consideration of an aspect of Meyer's theory, and a more associative or rhapsodic section of "Reflections" on this aspect. The book will focus on Meyer's aesthetic rather than his music-theoretical proclivities, and is intended for academics and students in various fields as well as educated non-academics. The music scene is fluctuating, Meyer suggests, in that new and original styles or techniques are continuously emerging or developing on a small scale; it is static in that many of these developments seem unrelated, and are not likely to be grasped or progress as a whole. It will be posited that this theory foreshadowed and reflects important ideologies of contemporary culture, including postmodernism.
Nature provides an amazing world full of divinely decadent and infinitely
therapeutic ingredients for you to create these exquisite spa products. Each
recipe is organic, natural, and chemical-free. Because why would you put
something on your ...
Author: Jessica Ress
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Family & Relationships
Presents skin-care recipes which use oils, herbs, and other organic ingredients to make cleansing scrubs, body butter, facial masks, infusions, bath salts, and spa treatments.
Orphaned and abandoned by family, Lady Cassandra Montgomery yearns for love.
Author: Sandra Masters
Orphaned and abandoned by family, Lady Cassandra Montgomery yearns for love. Beautiful and innocent, she attracts the attention of a renowned rake, the Duke of Althorn. When her security is threatened, she offers him a proposal for an arranged marriage in exchange for his guarantee of safety for her and her ward. After her first taste of desire in his arms, she finds the sexual attraction irresistible. Finding herself in a family way, she leaves his home, unsure of his love. The Duke is at first enraged by the brazen behavior, yet he sees Cassandra as a captivating caregiver for his mother and impossible to resist. He agrees. The arrangement becomes inconvenient because love and sex enter the equation. Will she believe her husband truly loves her and return to his waiting arms? Will the Duke admit his love and use his rakish skills to woo Cassandra back to his bed?
I have reviewed two of Stephen Calloway's books in this magazine , both on
camp of one kind or the other : Baroque Baroque and Divinely Decadent the titles
alone are campissimi . Calloway is a very bright historian of culture and design
'Of course not—but the theme of the party is “Divine Decadence”. Didn't Alice tell
you?' Black eyes fixed on Alice, ... 'Oh, I don't know—he looks divinely decadent
to me,' gurgled Kirsty. 'You think so?' Kyros's lips curved into a smile. 'Well ...
Author: Sharon Kendrick
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Step into a world of sophistication and glamour, where sinfully seductive heroes await you in luxurious international locations. The Greek tycoon...
Michael Coveney , in his enthusiastic and illuminating study of the company
refers to the divinely decadent stage compositions ' which have often been
presented . ” What Coveney seems reluctant to acknowledge is that is is possible
Author: Randall Stevenson
This is the first guide to the new Scottish theatre, its people, its politics, its companies and its audiences. Topical and often contentious, this book shows that drama deserves a central place in the current renaissance of Scottish literary culture.
African decadence Text and Photograph : Keri Harvey Word power Send your
completed crossword to Enterprise ... Founder Erin O'Donoghue dreamed of a
place where " you can really relax , while being spoilt in a divinely decadent way
... the possibility of Danner's Decadent Desserts supplying them , she knew she
was never going to go back to sleep . “ This is a vacation , remember , Danner ? ”
she whispered to herself . So what would qualify as a divinely decadent vacation
Kid Creole & The Coconuts : in divinely decadent form , once again at the T & C .
SOUD SEEN Lisa Stansfield : Prestatyn praise for her first live gig . 1. THE
PRESTATYN SOUL WEEKENDER PRESTATYN held for 4 days over the Easter
With photos that will make readers want to reach out and swipe their fingers through the frosting, Cake: I Love You offers foolproof cake-making advice for beginning bakers and master mixers alike.
Author: Jill O'Connor
Publisher: Chronicle Books
What better way to celebrate life's big and small achievements than with cake? This love letter to a classic indulgence offers 60 divinely decadent recipes home bakers will want to make right away. Organized by flavor profile (banana, coconut, chocolate, caramel, spice, fruit) and level of difficulty, each chapter in this cookbook from baking master Jill O'Connor presents a wide range of sweet choices, from easy weeknight sheet cakes to showstoppers layered with frosting and ganache. With photos that will make readers want to reach out and swipe their fingers through the frosting, Cake: I Love You offers foolproof cake-making advice for beginning bakers and master mixers alike.
Titled Divinely Decadent and perhaps a discreet homage to Liza Minnelli's Sally
Bowles in the film Cabaret , in which she flashes Absinthe - sheen nails and
snarls : “ Divine decadence ” , this is a book dedicated to the exotic . Calloway