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This Fall/Winter issue is filled with insightful interviews about music, fashion and theatrical arts. First, we toast to the Art Deco Oviatt Building in Los Angeles with a cocktail from bartender and law professor Bryn Esplin. Then musician David J discusses his new big band project, and fellow Englishman Gustav Temple explains the philosophy of Chap in British fashion. Andy Schumm talks with us about keeping traditional jazz alive in Chicago, and Janet Fischietto tells us about circus and burlesque in Italy.
John Coleman Darnell and Colleen Manassa Darnell give us the first half of a two part story of Art Deco Egyptomania, Miss Mina Murray will show Zelda readers how to construct a hand made garter, and Robert E. Tevis comments on the colorful Universal film “King of Jazz” from 1930.
Along with our regular etiquette and advice columns from Grace Gotham and Mister Burton, we revive Denison’s “Tables and Favors,” a party guide form 1922.
And our metropolis feature this issue are the Twin Cities, we’ll focus on the art deco, jazz, and swing delights of Minneapolis and St. Paul.