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El Gato Gomez Interview

Posted Julie Ann Davis Art Behind the scenes Crafts & home Lifestyle Style

Interview by  Julie Ann Davis, appears in AUXILIARY magazine's fall 2020 issue. El Gato Gomez has a style all her own that harkens back to stylized Mid Century Modern artwork, sure to fire up your imagination! You may have even seen an El Gato Gomez in your travels because they can be found in the coolest of establishments. They are sure to put a smile on your face, so let’s find out more about the artist!I'm a big fan. I think I have an El Gato Gomez in every room in my house except the kitchen because we only have...

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Find Your Holiday Match

Posted Julie Ann Davis

Here's some ideas of little sets from Cats Like Us so you have the perfect gift! Mix and match them to get the right price point for you!

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LBD Halloween Costumes & More!

Posted Julie Ann Davis Halloween

This Halloween season is sure to be different for everyone. Maybe you don't want to invest in a costume because you're not sure if you're dressing up? Shop your closet! Grab that Little Black Dress and make a costume!!!! BUT if you don't want to do that, I have some ideas for retro costumes too.

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The Houdini Dress: 6 Ways for Halloween! It's MAGICal!

Posted Julie Ann Davis Crafts & home Halloween

I love a good basic dress. You might think that The Houdini Striped Swing Dress isn't a Little Black Dress so it's NOT basic, but it truly is! I always say stripes are a neutral, especially black and white stripes! Here are the many ways you can wear this dress for Halloween by adding a couple accessories, and then wear later as just a striped dress.

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Rockabilly Greg & Buffalo Music

Posted Julie Ann Davis Behind the scenes Lifestyle Local Music

When were you first interested in rockabilly music? I was born in the mid 60’s. Growing up in that era and I had access to all of the variety shows at the time that included artists like Glen Campbell, Mac Davis, Dean Martin, Johnny Cash, Sonny and Cher, Donnie and Marie, Hee Haw and many more. Many evenings were filled watching these programs and all of the great music segments. On Saturday mornings, after cartoons were over, American Bandstand and Soul Train came on. And, AM radio was popular, for the most part, and you could hear many different genres...

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