Aug 20, 2013
New Oxford grad writes, stars in original mini-series
Young/Lancaster is the first original mini-series from New Oxford High School graduate Shawna Stoltzfoos, now a Lancaster resident.
Shirley Temple took America sailing on the Good Ship Lollipop
Born on April 23, 1928 in Santa Monica, California, Shirley Jane Temple grew up during one of the most disheartening time periods in American history.
Shirley Temple turns 85 in a changed culture that makes a star of Honey Boo-Boo
That's hard to imagine, even for those of us who discovered her movies decades after her fame had peaked.
Film School Rejects
29 Things We Learned from the 'Wizard of Oz' Commentary
With the release of Sam Raimi 's CGI-heavy fantasy film Oz the Great and Powerful coming this weekend, it seems appropriate to look back in time more than 70 years to the release of one of the most influential films of all time: The Wizard of Oz .
Wall Street Journal
Oscar's Youngest Nominees
Shirley Temple, left, with Claudette Colbert, was given an honorary award called the Academy Juvenile Award for the 1934 movie 'Bright Eyes.' Shirley Temple, left, with Claudette Colbert, was given an honorary award called the Academy Juvenile Award for the 1934 movie 'Bright Eyes.' At 16, Patty Duke won in the supporting-actress category playing ... (more)