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.
Our brothers and sisters from the South have a way with words. In their language and in their writings.
The Big Noise in Beverly Hills since April of this year is noisier than ever. Several months are past, as our locals flock to beat the drum about Avra.
“The women come and go,” as poet T.S. Eliot composed in The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock, “talking of Michelangelo.” Which we are paraphrasing into “talking of Villa d’Este.”
Grace Kelly won an Oscar for her dramatic portrayal in The Country Girl, opposite William Holden and Bing Crosby. She later married Prince Rainier III of the House of Grimaldi of Monaco to become the first American-born Princess in that gambling rich principality.
How he does all that he does is a mystery for the ages. Patrick Soon-Shiong, 65, the billionaire who’s built a medical empire, and, as of this month, is the owner and publisher of the Los Angeles Times.
In a freight elevator in midtown Manhattan is where we met Vivien Leigh, the Academy-Award-winning actress for her roles as Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With the Wind, which won 10 Oscars, and Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire, winning four Oscars.
Time for another Big Shout Out to Brad Krevoy. The producer of more than 100 films and series during his award-winning career.