Not many sites of any kind can claim to be celebrating a tenth anniversary online, but that’s true of the Louise Brooks Society, devoted to the life and times of the magnetic silent-film star and latter-day memoirist. Thomas Gladysz has assembled aformidable amount of material on the actress and her era; there’s not only a lot to read and enjoy, but there’s a gift shop and even a “Radio Lulu” function that allows you to listen to music of the 1920s. Wow!
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