The 18-hole Hustle

During the golden age of golf, many of the sport’s greatest players never went pro. They couldn’t afford the pay cut.


It was a short putt, about three feet or so, and the stakes were only $5,000—pocket change for a guy like the poker champion John “Professor” Moss, even in 1939 dollars, not that Moss was prone to choking anyway.

The 94 Years Of Kitty Carlisle Hart

She played opposite the Marx Brothers in A Night at the Opera and hasn’t slowed down since


Eternally glamorous, effortlessly vivacious, and impossibly beautiful, Kitty Carlisle Hart has crammed at least eight notable lives into her eventful 94 years.

Kitty Carlisle, photographed by Carl Van Vechten in 1933.
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