The plucky folks at the California Artichoke Advisory Board have a bellyache with the United Nations that Pino Cansoneri says has escalated into a diplomatic crisis in the kitchen at La Campana .
Did a “hot shot” kill Marilyn Monroe during the night of Aug. 4, 1962?
Authentic Brands Group LLC and the National Entertainment Collectibles Association acquired the rights to the image of Marilyn Monroe for an undisclosed sum, the Financial Times reported.
Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe reports on the sale of rare Marilyn Monroe photographs at auction. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)
We should never again hear anyone declare that Marilyn Monroe was a size 12, a size 14 or any other stand-in for full-figured, zaftig or plump. Fifteen thousand people have now seen dramatic evidence to the contrary. Monroe was, in fact, teeny-tiny.
"They ask you questions."
- Marilyn Monroe on Nov 16, 2014