Her 50-year dance hall entertainment career was known for the signature song "Mad Dogs and Englishmen."
I'll simply say here that I was born Beatrice Gladys Lillie at an extremely tender age because my mother needed a fourth at meals.
I took up knitting from time to time as a relaxation, but I always put it down again before going out to buy a rocking chair.
The vows one makes privately are more binding than any ceremony or even a Shubert contract.
Happiness for the average person may be said to flow largely from common sense -- adapting one-self to circumstances -- and a sense of humor.
[R]eaction and laughter come easier at an evening performance, when the audience is more inclined to forget its troubles. Matinee customers enter . . . in a more matter-of-fact frame of mind, hanging on tightly before they let themselves go.