Lori Maddox was a part of the Los Angeles groupie scene beginning in the early 1970s. According to Maddox, Page became infatuated with her and had a roadie bring Maddox up to his suite at the L.A. Hyatt House. “(He was) wearing this hat over his eyes and holding a cane,” she remembered. “He looked just like a gangster. It was magnificent.” Maddox was, amazingly, just 14 when she met Page, though Page did what he could to keep the relationship hidden. The pair went on to have a torrid affair over the next few years.
A page from Francis Ford Coppola’s enormous “Godfather” notebook that never left his side while making the 1972 film. After reading Mario Puzo’s novel, the director removed each page and glued it a sheet with margins in order to make notes and observations for each scene.
In Korea, they have Female-Only parking lots. The pink spaces are meant for women drivers, and give wider lots and more driveway space to park.
This sculpture is called La Resurrezione. It was created for the Paul VI Audience Hall by Pericle Fazzini in 1971. As you can see, the sculpture depicts Jesus rising from the dead.