The former Chicago Daily News Building. Wendy made me do it. The one in the ATL. Click to see mas grande as usual. Reblog at will.
What movie is this from?
Appeared in a November 1929 issue of Vanity Fair
I don’t usually reblog things that aren’t buildings but Myrna Loy. Always.
Carbide & Carbon Building • Chicago, Illinois Almost done editing my 5 bajillion pictures of Chicago, and had to make several more out of this one. I’m fairly certain there isn’t a square inch of the exterior of this building that I’m not madly, passionately in love with.
Always reblogging this.
Harold Ramis 1944-2014
I quite literally cannot remember what life was like before Harold Ramis films. I had a VHS of Ghostbusters when I was about five years old, in the late 80s, and I’ve been a fan of his work ever since. I expect I will be a fan of it for a long time to come. RIP Harold, thank you for so many cinematic memories, and for providing so much of the on-board entertainment for my life’s journey so far.
A true comic writing genius, who was the brains behind the incredibly funny SCTV, one of the funniest shows ever…
****…and don’t forget: he had the best line in Ghostbusters: Art Deco, very nice.
Anyway, here’s Wonderwall. No , it’s really me doing Wonderwall at New Wave Karaoke…