I’m just loving this pearly publicity photo of Gloria Swanson! Promo shot for “Male and Female” (1919), directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Available as an 8 x 10 print on eBay. Originally posted by basscabaret on Pinterest.
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What kind of drunk are you? A creative connoisseur whose palette gets less and less refined as the night goes on, or an i-love-everyoneeee happy-go-lucky drunk? A falling-over-can’t-stop-drinking-till-they-kick-me-out kinda drunk? And what about your drunken vocabulary, does it get more sophisticated or less as you stare down that empty glass? Maybe you’re the type to use colorful language to describe your state of intoxication (I’m lit, blitzed, buzzed, saucy)? Maybe you describe your state of being (I’m feelin’ it, I’m goooood). Or, maybe you’re more literal… Read Post ›
Oh, fb. We sure do have a love-hate relationship. I, miss Party Girl Pearl, am locked out of the Pearl Pospiech facebook account and can no longer communicate with 90% of my fans and friends. I can’t even get into the account for a short time to let everyone know what is happening. The chances of this very post being seen by our loyal Bass Cabaret fans is also very low unless I put money towards promoting it. And why… Read Post ›
We are loving this vintage-revival jazz band, their sultry vocals, the fact that they sing in multiple languages, and best of all, that they are always perfectly styled in 1920s *white* attire (Pearl’s favorite color, of course). Their first album, Back to Henri, is available now on Amazon. Originally posted on facebook.