By NALLE WESTMAN Hollywood screen legend and one of the biggest box-office stars of the 1950s and 1960s, Tony Curtis, died Wednesday night at his home in Nevada at age 85. The handsome leading man starred in over 100 films including “Some … Continue reading
By Aiju Salminen Pictures taken by Aiju Salminen and Teemu Kumpulainen with Lomography Diana Mini camera We had a summer holiday roadtrip in USA. Rented a car, and drove from Seattle, Washington to Los Angeles California. As a big fan … Continue reading
By ELEN MAVREA The exhibit, Automobile Welt Eisenach, in Eisenach, a small town near Munich, Germany, is a paradise for all vintage car lovers. The Automobile Museum was founded in 1967 and moved to its new home in June 2005. … Continue reading
By NALLE WESTMAN Zombie Walk, the phenomenon of the 21st Century, is spreading around the globe like a wildfire. The rather macabre looking event may look wild but is quite harmless – it’s just a bunch of youngsters gathering together … Continue reading
By NALLE WESTMAN The 3D craze sweeps the movie theaters again like it did in the 1950s. The digital technology of today makes it easier for the theaters to adapt the 3D since the modern projectors can project flat or 3D … Continue reading
By NALLE WESTMAN It seems that The Long Hot Summer is reenacted in the real life each summer. Arsonists thrive in the heat. The Cover staff found art in a burned down canoe shed and here are the results.