21 Things I Learned from 131 Years of Ladies' Home Journal

Ladies' Home Journal was launched in 1883 by the Philadelphia-based Curtis Publishing Group; over its lifetime, it straddled three centuries. But it's a monthly publication no more—the staff has been gutted and it'll survive as nothing more than a "special interest publication" sold only on newsstands. I.e., a ghost. » 8/21/14 2:40pm 8/21/14 2:40pm

See A Newly Discovered Zelda Fitzgerald Self-Portrait

Here's something cool from the Princeton library: In January of 1927, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald were living in a Los Angeles hotel while Scott worked on a screenplay that would never be produced. A newly discovered telegram — to which Zelda added two quick sketches — sheds some light on a period… » 5/24/12 5:10pm 5/24/12 5:10pm

The New Gatsby Film Will Be In 3D and Shot In Australia

Yes, the Great American Novel will be adapted for people wearing very silly glasses and will be shot in a country that is not America. Kind of like how in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments, all of the Egyptians were played by white people in brunette wigs and bronzer, plus Yul Brynner, who was Russian. » 2/20/11 6:56pm 2/20/11 6:56pm