Tony Ferreira—Barneys in Beverly Hills’ go-to personal shopper—had just arrived in Atlanta, the first stop of his summer vacation, when he got a call...the call no pet owner wants to get.
When it comes to birthday presents, Jerry Lewis isn’t easy to shop for—but no one hit the target better than his old pal.
Howard Rosenman on his 40-year friendship with Diane von Furstenberg, a woman who's remained true to herself despite the remarkable paradox in her family.
Alan Zweibel gets won as a prize in a silent auction but somehow comes out on the losing end—and David Mamet, John Guare or John Patrick Shanley just may have to pay the price.
Eric Idle—a "vaguely straight man" who loves his musical theater—takes us back to waiting for the awards to roll in for his beloved Monty Python's Spamalot on its big Tony year. How long would he have to stew?
Hugh Hefner shares his favorite memories of the Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl.
Josh Radnor takes you to Ben Lee and Ione Skye's otherworldly Indian nuptials, where Amma, a divine manifestation in human form, officiates.
A unique view of maestro Leonard Bernstein through the lens of longtime friend and admirer Howard Rosenman.
A trip to Barack's swearing-in ceremonies as seen through the eyes of 19-year-old Nickelodeon host Lily Collins.
What happens when a six-foot python goes missing from the Oscars? Famed producer Gil Cates has a great story to tell.
Golden Globes executive producer Barry Adelman tells a great story about his first encounter with the regal Lauren Bacall.
Henry Jaglom tells about the last, and most memorable, of his regular lunches with Orson Welles.