Screw the social bias. Everyone should date whomever they want.
Jerry is one of those rare writers who goes between Hollywood screenplays and novels. He writes dark subversive stories and he somehow continues to get away with it.
Generations after generation have been awestruck by her, her beauty, and her immortal public persona. Behind the glitz, glamour and glimmer, there was one woman to whom Marilyn Monroe owed it all: Lois Weber Smith.
In 1899, theatre critic Edwin Royle wrote, "Vaudeville may be a kind of lunch-counter art, but then art is so vague and lunch is so real." Fast forward to 2013 where vaudeville is very much alive and well in Madonnalogues.
Other celebs like Fran Drescher, her ex Peter Marc Jacobson, B.D. Wong, The "Orange girls" Samira Wiley and Natasha Lyonne and Mia Farrow's handsome son Ronan Farrow, were on hand.
The video was recently released and it has all the wonderful campy Cher-ness we've come to expect, including an array of hairstyles (my favorite is a particularly innovative one made of newspaper shreds) dancing, singing, and Cher in all her divinity.
An Oscar nominated and Golden Globe winner, Karen Black had a unique gift for embodying characters sliding down the razor blade of life; dark, sexy and vulnerable with unexpected comic touches, often in the throes of falling apart.
I have been late to many things: most dinners, my high school graduation, almost every appointment I've ever had. And while I hate to admit it, I will here: I have been late to Cher.
This week's playlist includes music by Elvis Costello and the Attractions, William Shatner, Thelonious Monk, Indigo Girls, and more.
I fell in love with Cher as a little boy sitting in the living room of the little house where I grew up in Southern California. At the time, all the girls looked like typical tanned beach girls with feathered hair. At best, they looked like a less-glamorous Stevie Nicks. And then there was Cher.
It's a point of pride that no other city has so many good movies set in it as New York. Even a cursory Google search yields literally hundreds of titles shot here.
This week's playlist includes music by Bob Dylan, David Byrne, Grace Jones, Kevin Shields, Cee Lo Green, Mary Wells, and more.
Every day is Mother's Day to Cher -- and sister Georganne LaPiere. Their beautiful 86-year-old mom, Georgia Holt, knows a little something about being a loving mother, caring for her two daughters between eight marriages -- and standing alone, quite often, as a single parent during their childhood.
"Sequester" sounds significantly sexier than it is. As in, "Sequester"? I don't even know 'er. See, I was right.
During much of the 20th century, mezzo soprano (some say contralto) Kate Smith (1907-1986) had millions of ardent popular music fans. Two among them were mezzo soprano Stephanie Blythe and myself.
Logo could make an important, serious difference. It chooses not to. Maybe Cher will be its salvation.