That was Penthouse. Playboy actually turned them down.
#corrections for the win.
Finding Neverland is about a different pedophile, JM Barrie, who wrote Peter Pan.
It’s a Shawnie O’Neil-style “Thank you for your services” moment.
Rreplace her. The peace of mind you’ll feel will be totally worth whatever financial hit you take. Your EP (CONGRATS!) art will represent you forever.
Mike Nesmith, heir to the liquid paper fortune, was the one in the wool hat. Peter Tork was the ‘goofy’ one, a characterization he despised and dismantled beautifully in the movie HEAD. He was also one of the Monkees who was actually a musician and not an actor.
Do you want to correct the dollar amount in the lede?
The original post was perfect.
I do. I have on and off since childhood but have consistently kept a journal of some sort since I quit smoking in 1997. It’s part bullet journal—I do a weekly meeting where I plan out my week—and part personal journal to record my thoughts, projects, and ideas.
I love having a day on my own of contemplation, gratitude, and a delightful meal. Today I did several loads of laundry, took a gorgeous walk in a delightfully deserted city, and made myself cider braised short ribs and polenta. So. Grateful.
Fuck The Gala; I can’t wait to see the exhibit at Met Fifth Avenue. The Heavenly Bodies exhibit at the main Met and The Cloisters were magical this year!
This is so awful. And I don’t know what you say to your sister in the same way I didn’t know what to say to my pregnant friend who lost her small child when someone plowed into them in a crosswalk. I also didn’t know what to say to her when she later lost the child she was carrying. I feel for your sister and you as…
I’m just getting home from The Met Cloisters in Ft. Tryon Park. Beautiful. The coolest parts of the Heavenly Bodies exhibit are there.
Well, if you buy one and don’t love it, it’s not like you can regift it...
Doing an evening brain dump on paper (writing down ANYTHING that might become a nighthawk as I try to sleep) and then integrating it into my calendar first thing in the morning helps me out considerably.
I’m currently in Denver for work (I do theater stuff as I’ve mentioned before) and it’s been lovely for the most part, but I’m SO ready to go home and sleep in my own bed. I’ll miss the cast most of all--just a group of talented, charming, funny folks.
You should check to see if there’s an office at your university that handles museum passes if your faculty ID does not get you in.
This is crazy because I was just thinking the same thing and then a few hours after reading your post, I saw him in the trailer for “Romanoffs”, which is from the Mad Men production team. You have powers, lady.