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  • Bid on designer bags and your money goes to the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund. Win Win! And not just any designer bag, we’re talking donations from Sharon Stone (limited-edition Dior), Ann Getty (Hermes Birkin), Rev. Cecil Williams (Levis), Minnie Driver (Gianni Versace), Dede Wilsey (Chanel), Robert Downey Jr (Liberto Ferrero), and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Proenza Schuler). […]

  • Retiring or planning for that momentous event? The general migration is heading south. Baby boomers are flocking to the Sunshine State in record numbers to The Villages, a Central Florida Community like no other. Dubbed the Disney World for mature adults, The Villages offers an active lifestyle in a pristine setting. Residents travel in tricked-out […]

  • Is your cell phone spying on you? How about the ATM, your smart TV, your private messages on Facebook, every card swipe, computer keystroke, and emoji? Be afraid, be very afraid. Data is now the world’s biggest commodity, surpassing oil. The Great Hack, a Netflix original, reveals how our data is bought and sold without […]

  • Have you ever been to a low budget wedding where they forgo the professional photographer in favor of cell phone paparazzi?  Seems anyone can wave a camera phone around and call themselves an artist. That doesn’t make the results worthy of the big screen. Like a Prayer should never have made it past YouTube.  A […]

  • A young lad named Freddie Burretti met rising star David Bowie at a London club, and soon afterward became the collaborator and creator of the Ziggy Stardust persona. Burretti’s otherworldly gender-bending costumes were way ahead of their time amid the homophobia of the 1970s. What a fantastic career he had. I wish I could say […]

  • The Netflix mini-series Tales of the City had its world premiere at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFFILM). Armistead Maupin’s Tales began in 1976 as a popular serialized column in the San Francisco Chronicle. The story began with the newly arrived Mary Ann, naive, and wide-eyed as she meets her eccentric fellow tenants on […]

  • Booksmart: film review

    May 24th, 2019
    Booksmart: film review

    Booksmart, screened in advance at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFFILM), follows the adventures of academic over-achievers and study-buddies Amy and Molly. The besties spent their high school years mapping out the rest of their lives. Amy plans to volunteer in Botswana and complete her studies at Columbia. Molly is Valedictorian and student-body president, […]

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