Joined: Jul 11, 2015
Sarene Leeds is a New York-based writer who does a mean Martha Stewart impression—both vocally and in the culinary sense. Power walking, Outlander, and Russ & Daughters are major turn-ons. You can find her television and pop culture musings on WSJ.com's Speakeasy column, EW.com, Flavorwire and RollingStone.com.
Everything you ever wanted to know about that smooth jazz intro. The calm, welcoming voice. The larger-than-life hair. And the constant assurance that you can create the same “happy little trees.”
7. Gene Wilder doesn't show up until nearly 45 minutes into the movie.
12. It was one of the most expensive series ever produced.
Because the best way to appreciate fashion's future is to tip a hat to its past.
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More than 50 years after its premiere on NBC—and subsequent cancellation following a measly two seasons—The Monkees are still a topic of never-ending fascination.
Once again, the fictional Crawley family members are rubbing elbows with real historical figures.
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