Poodles and Pagodas, people.
because, if you can’t handle this, well…there’s really nothing I can do – is there?
8 tracks – that’s right.
night night, ole Bun Bun.
Last year Bulgari. This year Tiffany & Co. The Battle of the Fifty Foot High Jewelry has begun. Amen.
Thanks to Christy Minstrel for these fresh pics. Christy is recently back from India and reporting only the really important things now.
This is Macy’s big parade in 1988 as seen by the master photographer Elliott Erwitt.
The cornucopia or horn of plenty is Thanksgiving’s enduring symbol of abundance. It comes to us today from the very earliest of ancient Greek oral-poetic traditions. This symbol goes back…quite simply it goes all the way back. Read all about it on Wikipedia.
(FACTOID – The iPhone was invented much later.)
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle
It’s always been about tie-ins and corporate cross marketing. Look for the new GAP balloon this year, a massive “balloon” shaped balloon in tan.
The Holidays are a time for costumes but Pilgrim is out. The kids will be wearing a First Nations, Native American / American Indian look this year. “We’re sorry we stole your world,” is the sentiment behind the feathers and paint. ( “We love your casinos though.” )
THE ROYALETTES are giving us “That Tashjian Feeling.”
and now for something completely different, the songbird some call Niecy…
Let’s take a minute to imagine liberty and justice for all.
with a photo by me!
This DJ knows what time it is. This mix is one of the best I have heard in a long time. It’s so great to find a disco mix without the elementary disco party crap like “Shame” or “Knock On Wood.” There is no “YMCA” in this mix. “Dancing Queen” will not be found. This DJ understands this genre of Disco perfectly – his segue from the ultra insane “Romeo and Juliet” by Alec R. Constandinos into Cerrone’s “Give Me Love” is cerebral because Constandinos actually produced “Give Me Love!” I stopped on the sidewalk and threw my arms up shouting, “double-play!,” when I heard “Pride” by Grace Jones and yes there IS Amanda Lear in here.
This mix reminds me of very expensive Italian slip-ons and a whiff of fine French cologne. Easy dancing with a beautiful partner somewhere in mid-town. To me, this kind of disco is like a silk charmeuse lining – it skims over your body and heats up with a little motion. HEAVEN