Bogart & Bacall: An Everlasting Love

Humphrey Bogart was born on December 25, 1899 in New York City. By passing up a career in medicine, Bogart followed his love for the sea and enlisted in the United States Navy in the spring of 1918. He recalled later, “At eighteen, war was great stuff. Paris! French girls! Hot damn!”  Continue reading

Gable and Lombard: Birds of a Feather

When Clark Gable dropped out of high school at 16 and went to work at a tire factory in Akron,Ohio, he figured he was probably just going to follow in his father’s path of long hours of manual labor. His dad was an oil driller and farmer, and his mother had died during his infancy. Continue reading

Jay-Z and Beyoncé

In the music world, THE super couple—now married for nearly five years—is Mr. and Mrs. Carter, better known to millions of fans as Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

It’s hard to say which of these talented artists is the bigger star, but it’s easy to see how they wound up together. It was a clear case of mutual admiration between a native New York tough guy and a Texas belle. Continue reading

Rebels in Love: Goldie & Kurt

They may never walk down the aisle and say the vows, but everyday for nearly 30 years Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have been saying I do to loving each other. Perhaps it’s the avoidance of actually getting married that has been the secret to their success, as both of them have previously failed in matrimony.
Goldie, who was born in 1945, honed her image as the kooky, daffy blonde in the sketch comedy show Rowen and Martin’s Laugh-In, followed by a series of movie roles Continue reading