Announcing #CleanMovieMonth! PEPS is officially announcing that July is #CleanMovieMonth! Many months are dedicated to celebrating history or bringing awareness. #CleanMovieMonth is dedicated to both. It's a month-long celebration of Code films, specifically cinema sealed during the Breen era (1934-1954). Frequent PEPS readers know that PEPS is always dedicated to Breen era films. However, during … Continue reading July is #CleanMovieMonth!
Ruth was so generous to honor me in this way and promote my concert. Thank you, Ruth!
Image: Warner Archive
We admire you, fellow bloggers.
You know the ups and down of the Blogging Life. Sometimes the ideas come so quickly you can’t keep up. Other times, writer’s block is so wedged-in you want to scream.
You write about film, food, travel, books, history, music, photography, fashion – to name a few – and you make it truly interesting. We’ve learned something from each of you.
Some of you have given us a bit of recognition over the past year, and today it’s our turn to recognize you.
10 Cents of Dates
For sharing fabulous recipes and humour,
and for dedicating the Best Jello Recipe Ever to us.
Community Service Award
What You Blog About?
For giving us a shout-out and encouraging their readers to visit us.
If you’re looking to connect with other bloggers, check this site first.
Film Advocacy Award
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Mae of Font and Frock and Ruth of Silver Screenings are hosting another year of the Reel Infatuation Blogathon. I participated last year with articles about two characters played by Lew Ayres: Michael Rand in Night World from 1932, a pathetically besotted millionaire in a redeemable pre-Code film, and Jerry Flynn, The King of the Newsboys … Continue reading Dennis Mulvy in “Luxury Liner” from 1948: Music on the High Seas!
Rebecca Deniston of Taking Up Room hosted her first blogathon, The Broadway Bound Blogathon, from June 1 to June 3. I am unfortunately late with my contribution, but Rebecca has been very understanding about my delays. I am joining this joyful celebration of the mergers between the Silver Screen and the Great White Way with an … Continue reading “Babes on Broadway” from 1941: Young Stars Shine the Brightest!
Tomorrow, Rebekah and I are going to make our first appearance as the L. A. Soprani Sisters. We are honored to have been invited to appear as guests on the Culture Corner, a radio program hosted by Bonnie Gilgallon from 10 AM to 11 AM every Sunday morning. The show is on iHub Radio, an online … Continue reading The Brannan Sisters on Bonnie Gilgallon’s Culture Corner on iHub Radio