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We Got All Dressed Up with 15 Living Legends of Country Music, From Randy Travis to Chris Stapleton | GQ

Since the dawn of this country, men and women have been tying strings to hollow-bodied objects, putting on their finest clothes, and singing stories of love and heartbreak, hardship and triumph. Here, we pay homage to country and Americana music by getting all dressed up with 15 of our favorite storytellers—a mix of unimpeachable O.G.’s and rising young legends-to-be.

Greta Thunberg: ‘I really see the value of friendship. Apart from the climate, almost nothing else matters’ | Greta Thunberg | The Guardian

The world’s most famous teen activist opens up about how she’s been transformed since she started her school climate strike in 2018

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Rowena Morrill naît en 1944. Elle commence sa carrière à New-York où elle vit pendant seize ans. Ses œuvres sont surtout connues dans le monde de la science-fiction. Elles ont fait l’objet de nombreuses couvertures de livres, calendriers, cartes postales ou de parutions dans des magazines tels que Playboy ou Omni. Aujourd’hui elle vit et travaille dans l’état de New York. Stone Demon, Rowena MorrillSorceress, Rowena MorrillGarden of Stone, Rowena MorrillBeren and Luthien, Rowena Morrill

The Mysterious Tale of the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 Roadster - The Oldsmobile Corvette that never happened

The Mysterious Tale of the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 Roadster - The Oldsmobile Corvette that never happened

One of the last living legends of the golden age of the screen, Marlene Dietrich has reigned supreme in the history of motion pictures since she was first swept to stardom as Lola in The Blue Angel. Her long-awaited autobiography tells of her fabulous life from early days in Berlin to her Hollywood career and beyond. 24 pages of photos.

One of the last living legends of the golden age of the screen, Marlene Dietrich has reigned supreme in the history of motion pictures since she was first swept to stardom as Lola in The Blue Angel. Her long-awaited autobiography tells of her fabulous life from early days in Berlin to her Hollywood career and beyond. 24 pages of photos.

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