1990s alternative rock band, Eve's Plumb, was named in her honor
The dainty blond actress — she stands a petite 5 feet, 2 inches tall — is also a painter. Her oils are sold in galleries in Cape Cod, Connecticut, Tennessee, Arizona and "one of the Carolinas." Her focus is "spontaneous still lifes."
Plumb is a California girl, born April 29, 1958, in Burbank, one of recording company executive Neeley Plumb's four children. She has a brother and two sisters.
Plumb was baptized in a movie theater that moonlighted on Sundays as church, according to some records.
She made her acting debut in television commercials in 1966. The following year she appeared on "The Big Valley" with Barbara Stanwyck. She was on the show for three episodes, playing a different character each time.
But for now, it's the Big Apple for Eve.
CHILDREN'S PALETTES EXHIBITED
Winners of the annual Children's Holiday Palette program will be exhibited in City Hall through Jan. 3.
The painters of the winning entries were introduced at the Dec. 7 City Council meeting by Arts Commissioner Lisa Mansour, chairwoman of the program, and Mary Ferguson, commission chairwoman.
Here are this year's winners, from oldest to youngest, with palette titles:
Kendall Cornell, 17, "Oceanic"
Brenna Merchant, 13, "Under the Sea"
Emily Baker, 10, "Midnight Drift"
Alyssa Bashaw, 9, "Rudolph at the Beach"
Lucinda Becker, "The Magic of Mermaids"
Jeannette Hunker, 9, "Rudolph Surfing"
Clair Kelly, 9, "Jet Skiing Santa"
Jade Misumi, 9, "Holiday Sea Lion"
Ryan Cortellessa, 8, "Dog Holidays"