I'm partial to her Stars record (1999), but didn't want to mention that during our interview, in case she secretly hates that one.
Not to toot my own podcasting horn, but I did a neat episode of The Virtual Memories Show with Ron Rosenbaum, who recently wrote How the End Begins: The Road to a Nuclear World War III. It's over here if you'd like to check it out.
I remember how bummed I was when I found out who mofo.com belonged to. I was SURE it belonged to Prince.
My 40th birthday involved a bunch of aspirational shopping, no dental problems: Got the Time
@deepomega I know, I know. I just figure he'd make for some fascinating conversation. Esp. if it's with a venue with no Must Sell Product! agenda.
Well, um ... are you interested in being a guest on my literary podcast, The Virtual Memories Show, sometime? Details and such are at my site and I promise to edit out all the embarrassing stuff.
Martin Miller gin has been selling a high-proof "Westbourne Strength" version in the U.S. for years now. Old Raj has a high-proof one, too. I'm waiting for one to launch a KTFO version.
I had a pretty awesome/aspirational time in that Tom Ford store on my 40th birthday. That was the same day I found the Auschwitz-couture at Billy Reid on Bond St. . . .
I'm just glad it's not wintertime blues anymore.