The sky keeps falling!
Photog extraordinaire Leo Fuchs caputured celebs' intimate moments starting in the 1950s. His black and white portraits have gone on sale today at VandM.com. But before you buy, let me sell you on their beauty.
Again, Gregory Moore is the man to thank for uncovering, as it were, these photographic nuggets. Just waiting for any one of these guys to bend over and pick up the bar of soap.
Murder, Agatha Christie wrote
Who would know better than me? The 10 dissiest, wickedest, bitchiest sass-o-grams (whether in movies or in life) are as follows: 10) "She doesn't write, she types!" (Gore Vidal re popular author Jackie Susann) 9) "She looks like a truck driver in drag." (Truman Capote re the very same ... More >>
Whether they were playing drag queens or women, a lot of name actors have been willing to step into the heels and do it up. Who's your favorite? Liev Schreiber in 'Taking Woodstock'
Sitcom stars of yore, starry-eyed autograph hounds collide in New Jersey
Jean SimmonsAnd there were a lot of them, all with a legacy of astounding achievements well worth reflecting on! Rue McClanahan? Elizabeth Edwards? Teena Marie?
I actually said that out loud to a Lincoln Center bigshot a few years ago, begging them to do a Tony Curtis film festival, but that illustrious tribute never happened any more than an Oscar for Jerry Lewis. I've always felt that Curtis was priceless in Some Like It Hot, keeping up with Jack ... More >>
Get 'em while they're hot
Who says Montreal is cold? It's hot, baby.
Black on Sarah Palin: "It’s like watching Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Only Jimmy Stewart is more qualified, and Jimmy Stewart’s dead." photo by Jill Greenberg. America’s premiere political comic, Lewis Black, is awfully busy these days. Aside from touring, Black has a new comedy album, Anti ... More >>
Voice writers pick their favorite 20 books of the year
Reagan-era callousness sparked an indie film renaissance. Will Bush II inspire another?
There's No Business Like Show Business
Oscar Declares War on the War
The Swank World of Gay Gents in New York