Valentine’s Day. Cold and rainy. Yet warmth and sunshine prevailed in a Brooklyn family with the arrival of a bouncing baby named Arnold.
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall” is Oscar Wilde’s view about the change of seasons.
Like hardy perennials that bloom from time to time, there are appealing movies that are revived again and again. Such as this week’s release of A Star Is Born, with Lady Gaga as a drag bar singer and Bradley Cooper, who directed, as a country/western performer. Accolades surround the movie, which Los Angeles Times’ critic Justin Chang describes as “magical.”
The truth of the matter? Win a Television Emmy Award, and should you plan to keep it, you must buy it. So we’re told.
A while ago, we crowned Susie Krevoy as “La Bella Chicerona.” Favoring, as she does, the designs from Valentino, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren as wardrobe favorites.
A lion in summer and autumn, winter and spring, he’s there without fail. He’s enthusiastically greeting the regulars, along with the newcomers to his Taverna Tony in the Malibu Country Mart.
Next week, Prosecuting Evil will be a hot ticket at the 42nd Annual Toronto International Film Festival. Written, directed and produced by maestro Barry Avrich, the documentarian whose credits are major.
Extraordinaire. As we say in Paris. Hers is an explosive gift of talent, bustin’ out all over. An artist who never stops giving. Generously and graciously.
We are thrilled and proud that our loyal, dynamic and beautiful friend of 40 years, Georgette Mosbacher, has been approved by the Senate to serve as our ambassador to Poland. Georgette has raised more than $525 million for charities during the past years.
As we become younger (ha!), we discover hidden secrets from Mother Earth. Once more, as we get younger, Mother Earth astonishes us with highs and lows, yeas and nays about our bodies.