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Jittery, she smoked and bit her nails until safely in the air when she removed the wig revealing blonde curls.It was Marilyn Monroe, then 28, en route to New York in the company of Look magazine photographer, Milton Greene, writes Elizabeth Winder writes in her upcoming book, Marilyn in Manhattan: Her Year of Joy.Hollywood’s sex kitten was leaving behind her broken marriage to baseball legend, Joe DiMaggio, her contract with Twentieth Century Fox, her agent, her acting coach, and a closet full of merry widow corsets that cinched in the waist and pushed up the breasts.She was chasing a dream to escape the Hollywood studio system and become a real actress.New York City and Milton Greene promised to fulfill the sought after dream with the creation of her own independent film company, Marilyn Monroe Productions (MMP).Look magazine photographer Milton Greene (left with Monroe in 1956) helped her get settled in New YorkMonroe fell in love with the city and it was her last chance to escape what was inevitable if she returned to Los Angeles: simply being a movie star.All the while she studied with the method acting master Lee Strasberg at his Actor’s Studio, surrounded by supportive friends.It was the first time in the actress’s life that she discovered personal fulfillment. Strasberg took her under his wing and coached her privately. ‘Far from Hollywood’s glitterati in a cold little [acting studio] room on West 46th Street, Marilyn had finally found her Shangri La.’Long walks throughout the city, visits to art galleries and theaters, and the close camaraderie of supportive friends, Monroe vowed never to return to Hollywood.When Monroe discovered Brooklyn with playwright, Arthur Miller, it became her Nirvana, ‘her true home’.’It’s my favorite place in the world,’ Monroe raved at the time.
In fact, Mazer took a chance and moved to Auburn last spring when he heard a position might be opening in the Colfax drama department, which has a glowing reputation, he said. As he was just finishing his teaching credential, he applied to be a student teacher at Colfax for the semester. And New York, supplementing his income with teaching gigs at private schools.
Throughout the campaign, the media often labeled Obama as an “angry black woman,” and some websites attempted to propagate this perception, causing her to respond: “Barack and I have been in the public eye for many years now, and we’ve developed a thick skin along the way. When you out campaigning, there will always be criticism. I just take it in stride, and at the end of the day, I know that it comes with the territory.”By the time of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in August, media outlets observed Obama’s presence on the campaign trail had grown softer than at the start of the race, focusing on soliciting concerns and empathizing with the audience rather than throwing down challenges to them, and giving interviews to shows like The View and publications like Ladies’ Home Journal rather than appearing on news programs.