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As Seen in Vogue

by Nancy Sundstrom

Fascinating Fashions: In the 1920s, American women morphed from alabaster Victorian homemakers to painted jazz babies. The conformist ‘50s mom vacuuming in heels made way for braless, mini-skirted, go-go-booted iconoclasts. Thirty... Read More

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Hello, Grand Mamoon!

by Nancy Sundstrom

The timeless fascination with the moon—from the idea of reaching it to the thought of what can exist there—has been endless fodder for films, Broadway musicals, pop songs, and all forms of literature and spoken word pieces. The moon... Read More

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