Tag: 1932

August 1, 2014 /
March 23, 2014 /

Gary Cooper meets Lupe Velez at Central Station, Los Angeles, in 1932:

March 23, 2014 /
May 23, 2013 /

I remember seeing an item in the Hollywood Reporter a little while ago about the lack of skilled and seasoned producers in the industry. One of the anonymous sources cited a corporate culture at fault for eviscerating art and concentrating on profit. He/she bemoaned the emphasis on product, as if…

January 8, 2013 /

I seriously doubt it… but here’s a pretty recipe with her name on it.

December 6, 2012 /

A lot’s been written, positive and negative, on the man and the company – I’m not going to add to that stew – I’ll just say before there was a multinational fully diversified corporation – there was a young man with talent and ambition and organizational aptitude.

October 19, 2012 /

Okay my darlings, I too am sitting at a device that conveys words into world, drinking a cup of coffee… But I would say the element I lack in my yoga pants and husband’s T-shirt is glamour (and a Marcel Wave).

August 9, 2012 /

Hey, kittens! When it climbs into the hundreds we get to talk about the weather. It never snows here, except in 1932, and the big storm of 1949. New Yorkers might call it sweater weather when the thermometer plunges, but… Right now it’s positively toasty so take a gander at…