The Captain & Tennille exploded on the music scene in 1975 with a spirited, ubiquitous cover of Neil Sedaka’s “Love Will Keep Us Together,” as infectious a pop song as was ever recorded as…
“After the Glitter Fades”: Remembering Laurel Canyon Vintage in Words and Images
The shop was located at 63 Thompson Street in New York’s Soho neighborhood where Elisa had operated a different vintage boutique called Chelsea Girl for twenty years. In 2012 she expanded that shop and moved around the corner. This allowed me to take the Laurel Canyon concept and move it from my mental queue to prime real estate directly across from the Thompson Hotel. In a fever of enthusiasm, I set about transforming a hundred-year-old storefront in what was once a part of New York’s Little Italy into a California Craftsman fantasy on Lookout Mountain Road circa 1972.
The Beat Goes On: The Story of a Boy and His (Sonny) and Cher: Part Two
On Sunday the 17th of October, with some measure of disbelief and my customary elan, I celebrated the 35th anniversary of my Cher show, the full-scale cellar drag extravaganza that I produced, directed and starred…
The Beat Goes On: The Story of a Boy and His Cher, Part One
“After a nuclear holocaust, all that will be left are cockroaches and Cher.” Unattributed quote, late 1990s What is so fucking hard about writing a few paragraphs about Cher? I am embarrassed to…
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