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.
“Visiting Ashford Castle in England last May, I sensed something was wrong with me,” recalls our Los Angeles Marine Corporal Douglas Banker, who served in the front lines during the Gulf War.
Wolfgang Puck, very likely the most famous chef of all time, celebrated Tom Kaplan’s 60th birthday in Wolfgang’s posh dining room at the Hotel Bel-Air. Now, if you don’t know who Tom Kaplan is, you don’t know the world of Wolfgang.
Happiness prevailed in England and abroad throughout the wedding weekend of Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales, (a.k.a. Prince Harry) to Rachel Meghan Markle, (a.k.a. Meghan Markle).
Reeve Chudd is people you should know. The best-read attorney we have met. Pursuing classic novels and insightful memoirs of the high and mighty. Along with the literature of law and the mercurial commentary within the political arena.
Unheard of! That the gala supporting the Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee at The Beverly Hilton wrapped at 9:15PM!