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The Chicago Theatre

The Chicago Theatre; *View beautiful French-Baroque interiors *Stand on the famous theatre stage *One of the last standing movie palaces *View autographed back stage walls JANUARY - MARCH TOURSCHEDULE: Tuesday & Thursday at NOON Saturday at 1

Miami street art  Even though red is the only vibrant color used, I can't help but to focus on her eyes. I love the simplicity of this painting.

Elusive Beauty by RoneMelbourne based street artist Rone knows beautiful women. He has been painting them all over the world. You can find his elusive beautiful women everywhere from the United States.

Meet Me in St. Louis movie house Judy Garland..Kensington Avenue, lined with beautiful, stately homes, was constructed at great cost by MGM for the movie. Known as “St. Louis Street,” it can also be seen in films like Cheaper by the Dozen. Here’s how it looked in that movie:

"Meet Me in St. Louis:" The Victorian on Kensington Avenue

Meet me in St Louis! Let's face it: The true star of one of the best holiday movies of all time is the house itself.

From "Meet me in St Louis" (1944) worn by Judy Garland as Esther Smith design by Irene Sharaff

Judy Garland “Esther Smith” Grey period wool dress with tassels from Meet Me in St. Louis Two-piece grey crepe wool tiered dress with grey tassels on each tier and mustard silk top.

"Stuff a mattress with me, huh!" "Let her try to make a beehive out of me!"

Wizard of Oz 1939 Ray Bolger-scarecrow, Judy Garland-Dorthy Gale, and Jack Haley-Tinman