The legacy continues, the work is far from done – don’t go thinkin’ it is just ’cause it’s 2021. It is a movement, not a moment. #BlackLivesMatter✊🏽 #TransIsBeautiful💗 #BlackTransLivesMatter🙏🏽 #LoveIsLove❤️ ❌⭕️❌⭕️
I’ve mixed feelings about this one, but it was bound to happen – and that’s the sunnier side of the street, feelings-about-it-wise, so good on ya, Miami, for carrying on and having a Basel season in 2020, after all. Oh yeah, not even that bitch COVID-19 could keep the Magic City from getting down with […]
And what is wrong with confident, anyway. Nothing, nada, rien…niente – and don’t you let nobody tell you otherwise. Looking up that Daisaku Ikeda poem now.
No matter what fresh bullshit 2020 had to serve, still’s got to serve, Pride 2020 could not, would not be cancelled. In fact, it shone brighter than ever in San Francisco. We were Illuminated. A part of something rather than apart of it. To l’amour!
The road to Eureka Sky is both a Postcard and a Playlist. It’s 🎧➡️Pandemonth the Third. Smoke responsibly. And wear sunscreen. And….
No es más que un hasta luego, no es más que un breve adiós…. Cuídense. Nos vemos pronto. XO ✌🏽
I’m so not sorry, but some of us have been jumping at the bit to honor this planet for a while now, OK. One way or another, in our own ways, we learned something, we paid attention to the people who were doing something – speaking up – about it, and we took stock. We […]
From Paris, with love! My sister and niece were in Paris last week. They went to the Espace Lafayette-Drouot to get into and enjoy the “The World of Banksy: The Immersive Experience” that was recently extended until the end of June. My sister said it was pretty “génial.” Get. I’ll wait. Not that long. The […]
What a great night for the cast of The King of Comedy. Robert De Niro received the 2019 SAG (Screen Actors Guild) Award down in L.A., while SF Sketchfest saluted Sandra Bernard and her career in comedy, in situ at the Castro Theatre here in San Francisco, before a special screening of the 1982 Martin Scorsese film, in […]
Los Angeles really can be so photogenic. And those palm trees along Venice Boulevard. They make the interminable treks across town bearable. L.A. can serve a good look without trying. The hint of haze, the mix of colors when natural light gives way to our aggressive achievements, the motion. The emotion. The commotion.