Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov, two of the skaters mentioned in a “Music notes” article titled The Music of Olympic Figure Skating Isn’t What It Could Be.
Ever wonder what kind of penmanship George Frederick Handel had? Was he the type to cross things out with a single, swift stroke, or did he cover up his mistakes in a scratchy flurry? Well, wonder no more.
A PENSIVE Janet Leigh is behind the wheel of a car, casting furtive glances into her rear-view mirror, countryside whizzing past as she flees the city in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film Psycho.