Those peripatetic Beverly Hillbillies, who cover the world’s waterfronts, took off this week for three days in Tokyo and a month in Mumbai.
Over the river and through the woods to our beloved Mitzi’s we celebrate in Beverly Hills.
Certainly, there were women in the audience remembering Diane Keaton sprinting across the screen bare-assed-naked in Something’s Gotta Give.
With her statuesque allure and high cheek bones to kill, Faye Dunaway wears hats, from Fedoras to berets, for her movie roles that become iconic images. Not many film stars are so blessed.
Sharing his views on the news is the distinguished attorney Reeve Chudd, who we long ago named the wise man of Beverly Hills.Alongside the popular broadcaster Larry Elder, the sage of South Central.
“Time to see the leaves, it’s that season of the year,” Lucille Ball reminded us before taking off with husband Gary Morton to tour the New England countryside and enjoy the autumn leaves turning into scarlet gold.
Uplifting! The reaction to the talk by Doris Kearns Goodwin during the weekend luncheon at Lovee and Bob Arum’s estate in Beverly Hills.
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.”