Pie ’n Burger conquered the exuberant crowd in Wendy and Leonard Goldberg’s garden in Beverly Hills.
We were at the Greek Easter togetherness with friends invited by our hosts of 25 years, Ann and Jim Gianopulos. Who gather festive guests that may only see one another at this looked-forward-to fete.
“I cover the waterfront...” Truman Capote chuckled one evening in his duplex apartment at The Beverly Wilshire, where Room Service delivered a hugely expensive bottle of vintage Chateau Lafite Rothschild, which we assumed we’d share.
“Patricia, bless her, is amazing … full of that fighting Irish spirit at 103,” says her friend, producer and director John Bowab, who met her in the long ago.
Husband Tom Escher is the San Francisco owner of the Red and White Fleet, a family-owned, sightseeing and charter tour company operating in the San Francisco Bay area dating back to 1892.
We were dining in the ballroom of the Peninsula Hotel, listening to the exotic melodies played by Sohrab, all the while singing while leading his band.
Wasn’t the Oscars scenic design at the Dolby Theatre one for the ages! With those Oscars created from 45 million Swarovski crystals!
They’re heading West, the high and mighty for the Oscar weekend in their private aircraft. Some arriving earlier for entertainment mogul David Geffen’s 75th birthday at his Beverly Hills estate. That he bought from movie titan Jack Warner, with David inviting antiquary Rose Tarlow to redecorate.
An aura of elusive mystery pervades Finding Sylvia. An Alan Shayne novel of pages-filled suspense. Reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. And Laura by Vera Caspary. Both remain forever popular.
On March 4, The Wallis will be transformed into a multimillion dollar setting for the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party. Designed and produced by the innovative Sara Marks, longtime director of the magazine’s special projects.