Liberace - Yahoo News Search Results

Liberace - Yahoo News Search Results

TV’s sexless gay characters: It’s time to overcome the “ick factor” and let them have some fun too!

Even people who say they support gay rights would prefer gay characters on-screen to remain sexless -- and harmless

Posted on 4 April 2015

'The Submission' author wants to inspire dialogue about race in America

Playwright Jeff Talbott isn’t afraid to stir up opinions and emotions about racial attitudes in America

Posted on 3 April 2015

Review: 'Liberace!' glitters, lengthily

Remember Liberace? The Wisconsin-born piano prodigy who for decades reigned as an American superstar by building an entertainment empire of TV and a mainstay Vegas act that paid him up to $300,000 a week?

Posted on 31 March 2015

Liberace’s choreographer dies

Ray Arnett — who began life as the son a chauffeur for New York’s legendary Shubert family, then became Liberace’s choreographer — died in Beverly Hills at 97 this month....

Posted on 29 March 2015

Flash back to 'WrestleMania 1': Liberace and his mother were big fans

It's time again for WWE's "WrestleMania," the 31st installment of one of wrestling's biggest nights. But do you remember "WrestleMania 1"?Check out the above video from NBC News, which features footage of the first "WrestleMania." The headlining event featured Mr. T. and Hulk Hogan taking on Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff, with Muhammad Ali as the guest referee and Liberace (yes, this Liberace ...

Posted on 28 March 2015

Daily Dish: 3/27/2015

'Downton Abbey' ending after upcoming season The producers of "Downton Abbey" say the upcoming sixth season of this popular drama will be its last.

Posted on 27 March 2015

Liberace's piano gets new home in Massachusetts

ROCKLAND — A Massachusetts music store that drew national attention in February when its roof collapsed under the weight of snow, sparking fears that a rhinestone-covered piano once owned by Liberace was damaged, has reopened. The Piano Mill in Rockland reopened at a new location just a few doors down from its former storefront. Owner Rob Norris tells The Enterprise of Brockton he is restocking ...

Posted on 26 March 2015

'Liberace!' seeks the man behind the candelabra

Say the name "Liberace" and a dozen smiling images - each campier than the one before - pop into view, all fabulous, rhinestone-encrusted, fur-lined, and sprinkled with stardust.

Posted on 25 March 2015

Ray Arnett, Choreographer and Stage Director, Dies at 97

He was best known for his work with pianist Liberace.

Posted on 25 March 2015

Michael Douglas' new role: taking on anti-Semitism

Michael Douglas is best known as an enduring and prolific movie star, one who's given such memorable film performances as a corporate raider in "Wall Street," an unhinged everyman in "Falling Down" and as the flamboyant entertainer Liberace in HBO's "Behind the Candelabra."

Posted on 17 March 2015


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Liberace - Mr Showmanship & The Glitter Man

Posted on 26 October 2011

The Death of Liberace

Posted on 6 June 2011

My life with Liberace. - By Simon Doonan - Slate Magazine

Posted on 26 October 2010

Liberace Museum Closes Its Glittery Gates : NPR

Posted on 16 October 2010

Liberace Museum Is Closing Its Doors -

Posted on 18 September 2010

I wish my brother George was here. | MetaFilter

Posted on 3 December 2007

Top Answers About Liberace (musician) on Quora

Top Answers About Liberace (musician) on Quora search results

We are the Liberace Foundation Team in Las Vegas. Ask us anything about Liberace, the Liberace Museum Collection, his Legacy, and Las Vegas History!

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Liberace was the Las Vegas entertainer and virtuoso pianist who was famous for his outrageous costumes, cars, jewels and flamboyant personality. His live shows were a sensation from the 1950s through the 1980s when he made $300,000 per week performing at the Las Vegas Hilton. The performances revolutionized modern live entertainment and earned him the title, “Mr. Showmanship.”

Liberace was also known for his generosity and goodwill. In 1976 he founded The Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts to support aspiring artists pursue their studies and careers. After his death, he left his fortune and collection of costumes, cars, pianos, jewels and antiques to his Foundation. The Liberace Foundation to date has given nearly $6 million in scholarship assistance to over 2,700 students from 120 different universities and schools. The Liberace Foundation was in charge of running the famed Liberace Museum, where his collection was housed for over 30 years, until its closure in 2010.

The Liberace Foundation is reorganized and opening new exhibitions where guests can see his amazing items again. Right now we are raising funds to help support people within our community with significant intellectual disabilities, to improve their lives through the Opportunity Village music program as the first OVIP Liberace Scholars. Visit and consider supporting our scholarship fund!

Our team currently consists of recent UNLV History and Business graduates. We have been reaccessioning, organizing, handling and moving a VERY large collection over the past two years all while fundraising and promoting Mr. Showmanship. Ask us anything about Liberace, his collection, handling museum artifacts, and Las Vegas history!

Proof: Facebook, Twitter

**Update: we are packing up for the day. Feel free to ask us more questions, and we will be on tomorrow to check up on you. Good night, internet

**Update 2: thanks for the questions, folks. If you ever want to know more, feel free to ask here. If this post becomes archived, you can always visit us on and our facebook page (linked above). "Sincerely Yours," -The Liberace Team

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Posted on 11 January 2016

I am a 35 year old straight male and I enjoy watching Liberace concert videos.

[Light]: Casual confessions

Now, before you downvote me, keep in mind that there aren't many Liberace fans out there. So it's not like I can just confide with "the gang".

Most of this epic performer's fanbase were old women in the 70s who have since passed away. To be a 35 year old man who enjoys watching Mr Shomanship play classical music "without the boring bits" is mocking material in this day and age.

I know it seems stupid compared to some of the confessions, but I can't possibly tell my friends, and especially my wife. Just watch the guy perform sometime. You'll see what I mean. He blends entertainment and concert together like no one today; completely free of ego and arrogance. He's a genuine performer like no other.

From someone who was the highest earning performer of his era (no bullshit), he has fallen into the "Are... are you serious? You listen to that?" category.


Some guys have porn stashes, others lovers on the side... me? I have a folder with Liberace concert videos.

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Posted on 7 September 2015

Thickheaded Thursday, 11/20/14

Harry Truman, Doris Day, Red China, Johnnie Ray

South Pacific, Walter Winchell, Joe DiMaggio

Joe McCarthy, Richard Nixon, Studebaker, Television

North Korea, South Korea, Marilyn Monroe

Rosenbergs, H-Bomb, Sugar Ray, Panmunjom

Brando, The King And I, and The Catcher In The Rye

Eisenhower, Vaccine, England's got a new queen

Marciano, Liberace, Santayana goodbye

We didn't start the fire

It was always burning

Since the world's been turning

We didn't start the fire

No we didn't light it

But we tried to fight it

You know what to do; sort by new

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Posted on 19 November 2014


Welcome to the new Liberace Sub!

Posted on 11 June 2013