It is a picture of Lena Söderberg, shot by photographer Dwight Hooker, cropped from the centerfold of the November 1972 issue of Playboy magazine.The spelling "Lenna" comes from the anglicisation used in the original Playboy article.Appearing to lend credibility to weeks of romance rumors, Drake and Jennifer Lopez both posted the same intimate photo of the pair cuddling on a couch to their Instagram accounts early Wednesday morning (Dec. Earlier this month, they explained their time together by saying they are collaborating on a music project.Drake attended two of Lopez's All I Have shows in Las Vegas and invited her to a private dinner party at Delilah’s in West Hollywood on Dec. They were photographed driving away from the restaurant in the same car.Even though this movie came out in 1972, it's just as gory as any "Friday the 13th" film.A man's hand is chopped off, a guy is shot point blank in the eye with blood and brains oozing out of the socket, and a woman in a wheelchair has her head lopped off with blood spurting from the neck.And it was pretty tatty — which is why a cleaner, finding it under a desk, had chucked it out.“It wasn’t pristine,” says Mc Evedy.“It was worn by her hands and mine, and by the cake mix we’d splattered on it together.” The book was a talismanic symbol of her relationship with her mum. Oh, it was devastating to lose it.”Mc Evedy’s mother died in 1987, at the age of 52, during a liver operation.
The stern matriarch of a family that lives in a creepy mansion finds that a killer is hiding in the house, searching for a 0,000 fortune rumored to be hidden there and chopping off the heads of anyone who gets in the way.However, David has gotten tired of her and is putting his charm on a ...See full summary » A troubled young girl goes to confession at the local church.Eight years ago, on a clunky mobile phone in the middle of Shepherd’s Bush, the chef Allegra Mc Evedy took one of the worst phone calls of her life.It was her then publisher, with an awful confession: a recipe book belonging to Mc Evedy’s late mother — Allegra’s most prized possession, the thing she’d save first from a burning house — had been thrown away by accident and was at that very moment “on a barge halfway down the Thames heading towards landfill”.“I couldn’t fathom what she was saying to me at first,” says Mc Evedy, now 43.