gueule-de-loupviolette:

Cornell Capa- Lovers,London,1951.

gueule-de-loupviolette:

Cornell Capa- Lovers,London,1951.

onlyoldphotography:

Hiroshi Sugitomo: Cabot Street Cinema, Massachusetts, 1978

onlyoldphotography:

Hiroshi Sugitomo: Cabot Street Cinema, Massachusetts, 1978

reverendandroid:

glacenoire:

The Chap Magazine interviews Ron Mael.
This was my introduction to Ron Mael.
I was impressed that he wore seersucker in the accompanying photo.

"Moustache and only the moustache"
he would say that

Moog-is-love:  wait, theres a Chap issue with Sparks in it? Anyone got a scan?!
Oh, yes, right here!

reverendandroid:

glacenoire:

The Chap Magazine interviews Ron Mael.

This was my introduction to Ron Mael.

I was impressed that he wore seersucker in the accompanying photo.

"Moustache and only the moustache"

he would say that

Moog-is-love:  wait, theres a Chap issue with Sparks in it? Anyone got a scan?!

Oh, yes, right here!

votedmostlikelytofail:

thegroovyarchives:

A “sophisticated” interview with Ron Mael

What form of facial hair do you think it is appropriate for a gentleman to sport?
Moustache and only the moustache.

"Keyboard player in Sparks and one of only three men to successfully sport a toothbrush moustache"

Any idea of a date?

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2008

Issue 36

The best issue of The Chap! 

Besides Ron Mael, there was the story of ‘The Prostitutes’ Padre’ the Reverend Harold Davidson, Rector of Stiffkey.  After a sensational 1932 immorality trial he was defrocked.

Logically, he turned to lion taming, and was killed by a lion in Skegness in 1937.

Gertrude Lawrence

Rowan Oak Formal Garden
Once there were boxwood hedges set in semi-circles around a huge magnolia.  The boxwood hedges died, leaving the concentric beds and brick edging covered with moss like a Japanese moss garden. Then the magnolia died, and they planted this sprig.
I like it better this way. 

Rowan Oak Formal Garden

Once there were boxwood hedges set in semi-circles around a huge magnolia.  The boxwood hedges died, leaving the concentric beds and brick edging covered with moss like a Japanese moss garden. Then the magnolia died, and they planted this sprig.

I like it better this way. 

Rowan Oak

Rowan Oak

Rowan Oak

Rowan Oak