The temperature in the hotel room was seventy degrees. A little cool for me, but I had on my lovely flannel pajamas and matching winter hat, plus, I turned up the thermostat a couple notches when my husband, Andy, and my two boys, Danny and Mark, left for the pool. It was late, but after […]
In all the years I worked in Hollywood, I never once asked for an autograph. The first time I do? It’s for the Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Roberts.
I recently saw a series of lithographs by French painter, printmaker, and caricaturist, Honore-Victorin Daumier. His prolific work focuses mostly on social commentary and political satire in France during the mid-1800s, but his message is timeless. It made me think. And laugh. And question: Does history repeat itself? Below are two of his Lithographs from […]