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Lucile Ball's dramatic look
Lucille Ball, 1950. I still love watching I love Lucy!
By Philippe Halsman - Lucille Ball
The Crazy Red Head! Lucille Ball
Lucille Ball. Happy Birthday Aug. 6, 1911.
#Fuelisms : The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.
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Steve Jobs. True Story
I love this Steve Jobs Quote!! Do you LOVE what you do? If not, why not?? www.iheartpurpose.com #SteveJobs #Quote #wealth #loveyourjob
...Don't settle... ~Steve Jobs quote
Wise words by Steve Jobs. http://myhelpster.com/
Gotta remember this. "The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle." -Steve Jobs
Great words of wisdom from Steve Jobs
do what you love. don't settle! well said, Steve Jobs #sharethegoodness
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My Desktop Wallpaper ;)
THE Beatles Band Abbey Road Hard Case Skin for Iphone 4 4s
The Beatles wallpaper
the beatles pinit posters | The Beatles Prints Art Wall and Posters Wall Murals Buy a Poster
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Mohandas Karamçand Gandi
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Mahatma Ghandi teaching me to become the change I choose to see!
One of the most beautiful human beings that ever existed. He still is a man who holds great (spiritual) knowledge but what he did with that knowledge is even more astonishing. He lived a life of self-sacrifice in order to bring entire countries in a state of peace. I feel nothing but love for this man <3
Love love him- Tim Gunn!
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I just love this man.
Tim Gunn: my favorite celebrity. :)
My Inspiration for Dr. Marcus Abel. Tim Gunn
#TimGunn #ProjectRunway #husband #metrosexual #humor #fashion #fashionadvice My husband gives me fashion advice. And sometimes he makes it work.
Tim Gunn -- style and design advice
Tim Gunn- I absolutely love him on Project Runway! "Make it work!"
Child Stars, Shirley Templeoh, Temples Black, Movie Stars, Hollywood, Shirleytempl, Shirley Temples, Memories, Actresses
Shirley Temple Black best known as the child star of such movies as Little Miss Market and Curly Top died of natural causes, on 10/2/14. In later life she served as a US Ambassador to both Ghana and Czechoslovakia. She was also part of the US delegation to the UN for five years. She was 85
Shirley Temple, 1930s Donot forget the elder idols, they are more talented than our modern celebrities. Shirley Temple, a memory of whole the world
Shirley Temple Black (April 23, 1928 – February 10, 2014), was a film TV actress, singer, dancer former U.S. ambassador to Ghana Czechoslovakia. She began her film career in 1932 at the age of 3 in films such as The Little Princess, Curly Top Heidi. Licensed dolls of her were trendy. “I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.”
Shirley Temple My mom introduced me to this childhood movie star
Farewell America's little darling. #ShirleyTemple #Hollywood #RIPShirleyTemple
Allen West's photo: Sad to hear the passing of America's sweetheart, Shirley Temple, who died of natural causes at 85. She retired from Hollywood at 22, but had a productive second career in diplomacy. What a contrast to the child stars of today... I remember my oldest daughter Aubrey used to love her films and took a shine to saying "Oh, my goodness." Such goodness indeed.
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Artist: Ansel Adams Self Portrait This self portrait shows what Adams is all about. He is a photographer and he photographs himself with his camera. His work is mostly landscapes, but has taken the time to show another side of himself.
Happy Birthday, Ansel Adams! Born February 20, 1902, today would have been his 112 birthday. In 1916, when Ansel was 14, he convinced his parents to make a trip to Yosemite. It was his first introduction to Yosemite Valley and he brought his first camera along for the trip. As Adams looked through the lens, he saw granite monoliths, waterfalls, wildflowers, and rivers, but even more, he saw art...and found an inspiration that would last a lifetime.
The negative is the equivalent of the composer's score, and the print the performance ~ #anseladams #photography
"A portrait of Ansel Adams taken in Yosemite National Park in the year 1950." Ansel Adams' love of the National Parks goes back to when he was just a kid. At the age of 14, he took his first trip to Yosemite National Park and began photographing what he saw. Back then, he was simply a tourist with a camera but he would soon be capturing the photographs that are now famous today. (source: http://www.nps.gov/yose/historyculture/ansel-adams.htm)
Ansel Adams, Photography
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John Lennon #Imagin #thebeatles #beatles
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"Imagine all the people livin' life in peace" #JohnLennon
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James Dean STYLE ICON: http://www.clubfashionista.com/2012/11/timeless-hollywood-icon-james-dean.html ##clubfashionista #JamesDean #styleicon
James Dean and Breton Stripes
Jimmy Dean aka James Dean
James Dean, one of the most beautiful people in history!
I am stylish, refined and always a lady...with a quirky twist, of course.
Audrey Hepburn, Style Icons, Breakfast At Tiffany, Movie, Holly Golightly, Audreyhepburn, Little Black Dresses, Role Models, Actresses
Audrey Hepburn was born on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium. was a British actress and humanitarian. Recognized as a film and fashion icon, Hepburn was active during Hollywood’s Golden Age. #AudreyHepburn #Hair #BeautifulHair #VintageHair #Updo #RetroHair #PaulDaCostaSalon
Audrey Hepburn is also the most beautiful actress. I first saw her movie Breakfast at Tiffanys and I loved it. When I first saw her in that movie, she was very talented. And she was really good in Funny Face to!
Audrey Hepburn - Beauty Icon, Gifted Actress and Role Model
Audrey Hepburn in the original Little Black Dress, designed by Givency. It galvanized the style of Holly Golightly in "Breakfast At Tiffanys".
My style icon - Audrey Hepburn. Not only an amazing actress and fashionista but a humanitarian as well.
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Bob Marley plus football equals LOVE... #BobMarley
Love the game
Bob Marley in a scene from MARLEY, a Magnolia Pictures release. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures - FUNK GUMBO RADIO - http://tinyurl.com/4y5dldd
Bob Marley, soccer fan Yes. Soccer a beautiful game. World Cup is around the corner www.brasilcopamundotowel.com
Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945, in St. Ann Parish, Jamaica. In 1963, Marley and his friends formed the Wailing Wailers. The Wailers' big break came in 1972, when they landed a contract with Island Records. Marley went on to sell more than 20 million records throughout his career, making him the first international superstar to emerge from the so-called Third World. He died in Miami, Florida, on May 11, 1981. A local record producer, Leslie Kong, liked Marley's vocals and had him record a few singles, the first of which was "Judge Not," released in 1962. While he did not fare well as a solo artist, Marley found some success joining forces with his friends. In 1963, Marley, Livingston, and McIntosh formed the Wailing Wailers. Their first single, "Simmer Down," went to the top of the Jamaican charts in January 1964. By this time, the group also included Junior Braithwaite, Beverly Kelso and Cherry SmThe group became quite popular in Jamaica, but they had difficulty making it financially. Braithewaite, Kelso, and Smith left the group. The remaining members drifted a part for a time. Marley went to the United States where his mother was now living. However, before he left, he married Rita Anderson on February 10, 1966. After eight months, Marley returned to Jamaica. He reunited with Livingston and McIntosh to form the Wailers. Around this time, Marley was exploring his spiritual side and developing a growing interest in the Rastafarian movement. Both religious and political, the Rastafarian movement began in Jamaica in 1930s and drew its beliefs from many sources, including Jamaican nationalist Marcus Garvey, the Old Testament, and their African heritage and culture. For a time in the late 1960s, Marley worked with pop singer Johnny Nash. Nash scored a worldwide hit with Marley's song "Stir It Up." The Wailers also worked with producer Lee Perry during this era; some of their successful songs together were "Trench Town Rock," "Soul Rebel" and "Four Hundred Years." The Wailers added two new members in 1970: bassist Aston "Family Man" Barrett and his brother, drummer Carlton "Carlie" Barrett. The following year,Marley worked on a movie soundtrack in Sweden with Johnny Nash. The Wailers got their big break in 1972 when they landed a contract with Island Records, founded by Chris Blackwell. For the first time, the group hit the studios to record a full album. The result was the critically acclaimed Catch a Fire. To support the record, the Wailers toured Britain and the United States in 1973, performing as an opening act for both Bruce Springsteen and Sly & the Family Stone. That same year, the group released their second full album, Burnin', featuring the hit song "I Shot the Sheriff." Rock legend Eric Clapton released a cover of the song in 1974, and it became a No. 1 hit in the United States. Before releasing their next album, 1975's Natty Dread, two of the three original Wailers left the group; McIntosh and Livingston decided to pursue solo careers as Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, respectively. Natty Dread reflected some of the political tensions in Jamaica between the People's National Party and the Jamaica Labour Party. Violence sometimes erupted due to these conflicts. "Rebel Music (3 O'clock Road Block)" was inspired by Marley's own experience of being stopped by army members late one night prior to the 1972 national elections, and "Revolution" was interpreted by many as Marley's endorsement for the PNP. For their next tour, the Wailers performed with I-Threes, a female group whose members included Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Marley's wife, Rita. Now called Bob Marley & The Wailers, the group toured extensively and helped increase reggae's popularity abroad. In Britain in 1975, they scored their first Top 40 hit with "No Woman, No Cry." Already a much-admired star in his native Jamaica, Marley was on his way to becoming an international music icon. He made the U.S. music charts with the album Rastaman Vibration in 1976. One track stands out as an expression of his devotion to his faith and his interest in political change: "War." The song's lyrics were taken from a speech by Haile Selassie, the 20th century Ethiopian emperor who is seen as a type of a spiritual leader in the Rastafarian movement. A battle cry for freedom from oppression, the song discusses a new Africa, one without the racial hierarchy enforced by colonial rule. Back in Jamaica, Marley continued to be seen as a supporter of the People's National Party. And his influence in his native land was seen as a threat to the PNP's rivals. This may have led to the assassination attempt on Marley in 1976. A group of gunmen attacked Marley and the Wailers while they were rehearsing on the night of December 3, 1976, two days before a planned concert in Kingston's National Heroes Park. One bullet struck Marley in the sternum and the bicep, and another hit his wife, Rita, in the head. Fortunately, the Marleys were not severely injured, but manager Don Taylor was not as fortunate. Shot five times, Taylor had to undergo surgery to save his life. Despite the attack and after much deliberation, Marley still played at the show. The motivation behind the attack was never uncovered, and Marley fled the country the day after the concert. Living in London, Marley went to work on Exodus, which was released in 1977. The title track draws an analogy between the biblical story of Moses and the Israelites leaving exile and his own situation. The song also discusses returning to Africa. The concept of Africans and descendents of Africans repatriating their homeland can be linked to the work of Marcus Garvey. Released as a single, "Exodus" was a hit in Britain, as were "Waiting in Vain" and "Jamming," and the entire album stayed on the U.K. charts for more than a year. Today, Exodus is considered to be one of the best albums ever made. Marley had a health scare in 1977. He sought treatment in July of that year on a toe he had injured earlier that year. After discovering cancerous cells in his toe, doctors suggested amputation. Marley refused to have the surgery, however, because his religious beliefs prohibited amputation. While working on Exodus, Marley and the Wailers recorded songs that were later released on the album Kaya (1978). With love as its theme, the work featured two hits: "Satisfy My Soul" and "Is This Love." Also in 1978, Marley returned to Jamaica to perform his One Love Peace Concert, where he got Prime Minister Michael Manley of the PNP and opposition leader Edward Seaga of the JLP to shake hands on stage. That same year, Marley made his first trip to Africa, and visited Kenya and Ethiopia—an especially important nation to him, as it's viewed as the spiritual homeland of Rastafarians. Perhaps inspired by his travels, his next album, Survival (1979), was seen as a call for both greater unity and an end to oppression on the African continent. In 1980, Bob Marley & The Wailers played an official independence ceremony for the new nation of Zimbabwe. A huge international success, Uprising (1980) featured "Could You Be Loved" and "Redemption Song." Known for its poetic lyrics and social and political importance, the pared down, folk-sounding "Redemption Song" was an illustration of Marley's talents as a songwriter. One line from the song reads: "Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; none but ourselves can free our minds." On tour to support the album, Bob Marley & The Wailers traveled throughout Europe, playing in front of large crowds. The group also planned a series of concerts in the United States, but the group would play only two concerts—at Madison Square Garden in New York City—before Marley became ill. The cancer discovered earlier in his toe had spread throughout his body.Traveling to Europe, Bob Marley underwent unconventional treatment in Germany, and was subsequently able to fight off the cancer for months. It soon became clear that Marley didn't have much longer to live, however, so the musician set out to return to his beloved Jamaica one last time. Sadly, he would not manage to complete the journey, dying in Miami, Florida, on May 11, 1981. Shortly before his death, Marley had received the Order of Merit from the Jamaican government. He had also been awarded the Medal of Peace from the United Nations in 1980. Adored by the people of Jamaica, Marley was given a hero's send-off. More 30,000 people paid their respects to the musician during his memorial service, held at the National Arena in Kingston, Jamaica. Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt sang and the Wailers performed at the ceremony. Bob Marley achieved several great accomplishments during his lifetime, including serving as a world ambassador for reggae music, earning induction into the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame in 1994, and selling more than 20 million records—making him the first international superstar to emerge from the so-called Third World. Decades after his passing, Marley's music remains widely acclaimed. His musical legacy has also continued through his family and longtime bandmates; Rita continues to perform with the I-Threes, the Wailers and some of the Marley children. (Bob Marley reportedly fathered nine children, though reports vary.) Marley's sons, David "Ziggy" and Stephen, and daughters Cedella and Sharon (Rita's daughter from a previous relationship who was adopted by Bob) played for years as Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers, later performing as the Melody Makers. (Ziggy and Stephen have also had solo successes.) Sons Damian "Gong Jr." Ky-Mani and Julian are also talented recording artists. Other Marley children are involved in related family businesses, including the Tuff Gong record label, founded by Marley in the mid-1960s. Marley's commitment to fighting oppression also continues through an organization that was established in his memory by the Marley family: The Bob Marley Foundation is devoted to helping people and organizations in developing nations.
Happy Birthday Bob Marley
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Debbie Harry by Andy Warhol / "Warhol, an American dream"
Deborah. My girl crush since forever...
[ Deborah Harry | Andy Warhol ]
Debbie Harry Polaroids by Andy Warhol, 1980
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"'Blessed' Mother Teresa."
Mother Teresa - this is a face with a lot of experience. Look at her eyes.
Madre Teresa de Calcuta. Vives en nuestro recuerdo.
Mother Theresa -- the face tells a thousand stories
Mother Theresa always served others, inspiring people with her actions even more than her words.
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princess diana- one of my many role models growing up.. not because she was a princess because she was a humanitarian and hand a wonderful heart!!! Such a wonderful woman
#PrincessDiana: British royalty. Born Diana Spencer on July 1st, 1961, near Sandringham, England. Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most adored members of the British royal family.
Princess Diana This was always my favorite picture of her.
Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, The Peoples' Princess, Our Queen of Hearts
Princess Diana. Such beauty and grace. This woman was and is still inspirational. Her heart was big and she did so many things for this world and the beautiful people in it.
Lady Diana Princess of Wales