“My buns were freezing for the entire ten days of our holiday,” reports our helpmate Jodi Brown, who spent New Year’s with her family in Iceland.
“After landing in Singapore, all passengers are presented with a card that reads drugs are punishable by death. As they are at Customs for those entering by other means. Singapore’s among the cleanest cities in the world,” informs our peripatetic Beverly Hillbilly Elgart Astor, who stopped by before his month-long visit to India with partner Paul Swerdlove.
A little-known group of press critics from hither and yon in 1943 founded the Golden Globes, an event that brings together the high and mighty who hail from around the world to celebrate the never-ending allure of cinema. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association created this international event that rivals the Oscars ceremony for its fashion spectacle.
Another New Year arrives. Champagne corks popping here and there, and spectacular fireworks everywhere.
Jolene Schlatter telephones. To share the good news about the grand soiree she hosted for husband George “The Maestro” Schlatter. Who’s given us hundreds of weeks of laughter and joy with his television series that will be revisited time and again through the years ahead.
Creative surprises arrive unexpectedly. As happened with marketing maven Madelyn Hammond and husband, Pete Hammond, our Chief Film Critic/Columnist for Deadline Hollywood.
Holiday movies are where it’s at during this season of joy and goodwill.
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.