In fashion, like government
A Coach fashion show that filled the entire Armory on Park Avenue caused a traffic jam to Riverdale. From the back of the truck, through the back door, I saw the “Avid Waste System” sign. Governor Hochul was cool and smiling, wearing a black and red coach his bag, matching heels and no stockings. I was her plus one.
Coach Executive: “New York is back.” Ho Chul: “New York is the epicenter of fashion.” Then “Meet my little sister Sheila.” Cathy is a beautiful brunette. Sheila is a stunning blonde. “One of them looks like mom, the other looks like dad.” (or a hairdresser.)
Governor: “I already started early. To combat anti-Semitism, I started working at the Jerusalem Post this morning. Then to the National Urban League meeting for the project in Harlem.” It was 2:00 pm. I like learning and imparting information. You can absorb a lot in a 20 minute ride. ”
When her heels bothered her to climb steep stairs, she said: never done that before. I fell hard and broke my ribs and leg. I’m OK. I can make it strong
In the words of a friend from Killarney, “Nothing beats a tough Irish Broad.”
spielberg family planning
Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabermans” is loosely based on his own life and has been critically acclaimed. His father is played by Paul Dano. Michelle Williams is his mother.
Spielberg: “I’ve put pieces of my life into everything I do. I direct everything. But I’ve never spoken to anyone so close to my experience. This is mine.” It was a focused and purposeful coming-of-age story.
“Only the name was changed to protect innocent people. Nothing is more difficult than casting your own family. Michelle represents my own experience with my mother.”
Open Thanksgiving. Starring Seth Rogen and Judd Hirsch.
VIP of VIPs
Kamala — first woman, first minority VP — what if she becomes president? Response from a number of Democrats: “Don’t worry about her. We’ll put her in the debate. She’ll get the 3%.”
will not forget
November 2001. Part of Putin’s ABC-TV roundtable with Barbara Walters on 9/11:
“Complex guilt over this tragedy. In 1999 we became victims of terrorist attacks and building explosions in Moscow. Hundreds of innocent people died . There was a realization that we should be strategic allies of the entire civilized community, including…if we want to be protected, we should be together.
“September 11 opened our eyes to it.
We fight with our neighbors, argue with our employees, hate our landlords, denounce politicians, disagree with minorities, yell at our families, and parade for peace.
It’s not just New York, kids, it’s not just New York.