Nut day. Consider this image of Sigrid Agren by Paolo Roversia as a kind of placeholder, like the lulling classical music played when you're on a hold on a call…pretty enough to enjoy, a respite from reality… […]
Archive for October, 2011
Consider this an open invitation to my first talk/reading and booksigning this Thursday for Fred Hayman – The Extraordinary Difference: The Story of Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Glamour and the Showman Who Sold It All at the downtown campus of the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. […]
Today was not one of those days. […]
Organized by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum but exhibiting in the United Nations visitors’ lobby, it focuses on projects worldwide turning slums into more humane, modern places to live. […]
Saturday night is alright for fighting, Sir Elton once told us, and I'm certainly fighting the urge to close this laptop and head out to a late-night birthday bash for Gabriela Artigas somewhere in Hollywood at her sister Tere's place.
I met the striking Artigas siblings late one night, in what seems a zillion years ago, at Diamond Dogs, the too-fast-to-live, too-young-to-die nightclub at H'Wood in Hollywood, thrown by my pals Bryan Rabin and Kelly Cole. […]
I cringe at talk about the good ol' days, when folks go on about how their generation really rocked the establishment with their bold art and even bolder ways of having a sinfully outrageous time. […]