WTF?! THIS EXACT MOMENT 105 YEARS AGO . . . APRIL 14, 1912

  The R.M.S. Titanic hits an iceberg and the 20th Century will never be the same.   Imagine how different 1997 would have been without this megalith of a movie hitting the screens?We might not even have the same Kate or Leo we have today?! Winter of 1997/98 wouldn't have been consumed by 12 theatre viewings…Read more WTF?! THIS EXACT MOMENT 105 YEARS AGO . . . APRIL 14, 1912

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {DECEMBER 5, 2016}

+TWO KINGS+ + “You can never be overdressed or overeducated.” + -Oscar Wilde +  ++++“I do maintain that if your hair is wrong, your entire life is wrong.” ++++ -Morrissey + + + +++ Wise words from wise men. +++ Stay STYLE {WISE} Sincerely, {theEye} +

Destroy, Annihilate, Burn! Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” Unlocked . . .

"Fahrenheit 451" is a classic of contemporary American literature, and is one of the most widely read and popular novels of all time. Written by the late great Ray Bradbury (author of some of favourite reads including "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and "The Halloween Tree"), this story warns of a society where original thought…Read more Destroy, Annihilate, Burn! Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” Unlocked . . .

E.OF. Snapshot of the Day {June 20, 2013}

+Ride On Into Eternity, Brothers. Sail Us To The Horizon.+ I might never come back . . .  + “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” + Until next time, Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter + + +++ {theEye} +++ + Similar Stories:

Don Draper Goes Medieval! Is Mad Men Don Draper’s “Inferno”?

Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the straightforward pathway had been lost. . . Those were the first words we hear Don Draper speak in the season 6 premier of AMC's hit show, "Mad Men" which aired last night. Dante Alighieri’s legendary Medieval poem is not one's…Read more Don Draper Goes Medieval! Is Mad Men Don Draper’s “Inferno”?

E.O.F. {Anti} Style Idol: Jack Kerouac [Jack is Back!]

"Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends and fads and popular opinion." -Jack Kerouac Every time style blogs or fashion mags bring up Jack Kerouac, they can't seem to go past exploring his style choices with completely superficial mindsets. What would Jack Kerouac wear today? Where would he shop? Here's where,…Read more E.O.F. {Anti} Style Idol: Jack Kerouac [Jack is Back!]

“The Old Man on the Corner” by Waldo Tomosky

Waldo Tomosky is one of our regular visitors here at The Eye of Faith, and wished to share this short story with us, citing it as both unique and divine - two very important words we hold close to us here at The Eye. We couldn't agree more, and decided we'd share it with you…Read more “The Old Man on the Corner” by Waldo Tomosky

{Photoblast} Holy Fashion -Our Holy Grail.

We'll say a lil' prayer for you during this Photoblast.  Some symbolism you may recognize, some sights should be new! We're feeling nostalgic for holier times... Although we're certain we'd be burned as a Witch! Thank our goodness, we are alive today to bring you some inspiration to say a little prayer for us! Let…Read more {Photoblast} Holy Fashion -Our Holy Grail.

“The men and women in these mug shots are nobody special, but they saw things that none of us will ever see. They were all arrested in New Castle, a small town in western Pennsylvania, right over by the Ohio border. It was once one of the most industrially productive cities in America, but all that’s gone now.”

{Diarmid Mogg, SMALL TOWN NOIR}

As good as any Noir Thriller you might find in the movies. In fact, the stories told in “Small Town Noir” could definitely make one helluva TV series – so many stories to dive over, so take a look. William Brest is just one of many from the town of New Castle that got the opportunity to stare into the lens of that mighty police camera…

So check it out, why don’t ya?!

Small Town Noir

A seventy-seven-year-old widow named Alice Johnson opened her door to William Brest, whom she mistook for a neighbor’s son. She let him in, leaving him alone in her living room for a minute. He took her wallet and left. After he removed the $16 that it contained, he threw it into the weed patch behind the United Presbyterian church on Countyline street, where it was recovered by police once William had been arrested and signed a confession. William returned the money, including the $2 that he had already spent, and Mrs Johnson withdrew the charges against him.

William had just turned eighteen. Within three years, he was married with two sons. He found a job at Rockwell’s auto and truck spring plant on Furnace street and got a place on its bowling team, which met with reasonable success in the town’s industrial league. In 1977, William was treated for smoke…

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{Style Wise} – Feathered Frenzy: Where Were You “Last Year at Marienbad” ?

Fresh off our post featuring an interview with Colleen Atwood and her immaculate creations for the new film "Snow White and the Huntsman", {the Eye} began thinking of Charlize Theron's haunting black raven feather "Transforming Cape" and how much it reminded me of Delphine Seyrig's amazing feathered dress from the ambiguous and elusive 1961 French…Read more {Style Wise} – Feathered Frenzy: Where Were You “Last Year at Marienbad” ?