Writer Doris Rollins Cannon's journey to keeping the memory of actress Ava Gardner.
Ava Gardner once said, “I don’t care what they write about me, as long as it’s the truth.” Before her passing, and ever since, Ava has been the target of much tabloid fodder and dime-store biographies. People who are out to scavenge her bones because she isn’t around to defend herself or respond to inaccuracies... Continue Reading →
Rita Hayworth once said that the problem with her life was that the men in it fell in love with Gilda, her most glamorous role, and woke up the next morning with her. That’s a sentiment I can fully identify with. I’ve always felt a prisoner of my image, felt that people preferred the myths... Continue Reading →