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Based on Peter Quilter’s stage play “The End of the Rainbow,” adapted by Tom Edge for the screen, “Judy” takes place during a run of shows in 1969 at London’s Talk of the Town dinner club.
Singer Lorna Luft, the daughter of Judy Garland, was undergoing tests in a London hospital following an initial diagnosis of a brain tumor after she collapsed backstage at a concert in London.
Twenty-five additions to the National Recording Registry were announced Wednesday by the Library of Congress.
Summer mornings after sleepovers at Oma’s, the grandkids are greeted with banana pancakes. They’re the same pancakes that their moms and dads and aunts and uncles were raised on, an adaptation of a recipe by the actress Judy Garland. It appeared in the 1965 cookbook, “Who’s Who in the Kitchen,” compiled by Gold Star Wives of America, Inc.
On Saturday, the Garland District is putting on its 10th Garland Street Fair. Sure, it’s a tribute to Judy Garland and “The Wizard of Oz,” but it’s also a day full of kids activities and live music, food and local vendors. “We are expecting around 20,000 people to come up here,” said fair director Amy Cutler. “Something new this year is the block party that picks up when the street fair is over and runs through 10 p.m.”
Let’s get a few things straight. I don’t care that Jay Olsen is gay. Nor do I give a hoot that Olsen enjoyed spending some of his off-duty cop hours knocking back glasses of Diet Coke with Jack Daniel’s at Dempsey’s, the city’s well-known gay bar.