Father’s Day: Jonas Gardner

By Beth Nevarez and Lora Stocker “I remember my father so well. He was tall and lean with soft black hair. A cleft in his chin and the green eyes I inherited. But there was a sparkle in those eyes and a smile on his lips. He treated life as it came, and when the... Continue Reading →

Ava and Chasing the Iguana

Well friends, the Ava Gardner Museum has been absolutely hopping! Top that off with the announcement that the Ava Gardner Trust will be honored with a historic Blue Plate at Ava’s Knightsbridge, London home in the fall during the English Heritage Foundation’s 150th celebration of the Blue Plates means that we are all abuzz here... Continue Reading →

It truly amazes me that someone who considered herself "just a lousy movie star" is still receiving accolades 24 years after her death. And not just a few. Since August 2012 Ava Gardner has been the subject of three memoirs, one a New York Times bestseller. She has been featured in Vanity Fair, Southern Living,... Continue Reading →

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