For 30 years we’ve hosted the opening weekend with a kickoff luncheon at The Four Seasons Hotel. Ninety guests that included Prime Ministers, studio executives, celebrities of local and international stature, captains of industry, authors and restauranteurs. Dining on our famous recipe for chicken pot pie.
The raves pour in for Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, who star in Quentin Tarantino’s grand opus Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood.
How did author Sloan De Forest decide on the criteria for choosing the women of power in film that she tallies in Dynamic Dames: 50 Leading Ladies Who Made History?
Once upon a while ago, a Sprinkles Cupcakes party was au courant with guests thrilled to taste the variations of this special sweet.
Louká is here. Waiting for us in the heart of Beverly Hills. Shera Danese Falk (Mrs. Peter), who seldom misses a beat about what’s going on in her neighborhood, first told us about Estiatorio Louká on Canon Drive. In the former Canon Club space.
Speculation will continue for who-knows-how-long about Gloria Vanderbilt’s wealth. Deemed American Royalty, it’s no secret that Gloria’s fortune had dwindled.
“From a rough upbringing, Denzel Washington struggled through much of his schooling, falling so low in university that they suggested he “take a break,” informs a website.
A lion’s roar of a seven-minute ovation welcomed Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood at the Cannes Film Festival last week. Other than Quentin’s powerful phantasmagoria, the festival appeared to be somewhat of a washout.
In Forbidden Hollywood, from Turner Classic Movies and Running Press, Mark focuses on the yeas and nays of the Pre-Code era (1930-1934) that hooked audiences with that never-ending love of feminine glamour and the potent allure of sin/sex on the silver screen.