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Survival First

Survival First

November 28, 2011 | The Crystal Tearoom | 2 Comments

In Durban South Africa it is hot! Despite having had some rainfall over the last 2 days, the heat persists. Though November ends in 3 days the intense climate negotiations that have come to characterize the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Conference of the Parties will continue to rage on through December 9th, […]



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A moment too soon

A moment too soon

November 24, 2011 | The Crystal Tearoom | 8 Comments

The first time I ever saw Jimi was in London in a Carnaby Street boutique called “I Was Lord Kitchener’s Valet.”  I had been reading in the local papers, in Disc and Music Echo and Melody Maker and the New Musical Express, about this wild man from Borneo with all the hair and the guitar-eating […]



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Your son…

Your son…

November 24, 2011 | Tuning in to Josephine | 7 Comments

August 8th, 1968 Dearest Dad,   Well… I know you probably wonder what happened to me ——– Well nothing good.  I just quit Little Richard.  He didn’t pay us for 5 ½ weeks… and you can’t live on promises when you’re on the road – So I had to cut that mess loose – And […]



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Pyramide Con Mani

Pyramide Con Mani

November 16, 2011 | The Basin Jamet | 3 Comments

She’s not called a super-model for nothin’. This weekend in  Düsseldorf  Naomi Campbell will be awarded the Pyramide Con Mani award by Unesco for her continued commitment to charity.  This is the 20th year this prize has been awarded.  Previous recipients include The Dalai Lama, Helen Mirren and Forest Whitaker.



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Sofia Vergara.  I love you.

Sofia Vergara. I love you.

November 10, 2011 | The Basin Jamet | 1 Comment

See for yourself why.



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Hello Moscow, here we come.

Hello Moscow, here we come.

“The idea is to create thought through the mutual sharing of visions and points of view.  The Miu Miu Musings gather the fashion intelligentsia and key cultural figures to face each other on topics related to fashion, intending the latter as a form of expression, a representation of the zeitgeist a diagram of taste.  Due […]



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Merci Lyna. “And to her thorn she gave a rose.”

Merci Lyna. “And to her thorn she gave a rose.”

November 7, 2011 | The Basin Jamet | 6 Comments

Whenever she was asked about her start in the world, the legendary saloonkeeper Bricktop—born Ada Smith—replied: On the fourteenth day of August 1894, in the little town of Alderson, West-by-God-Virginia, the doctor said, “Another little split-tail,” and on that day Bricktop was born. T. S. Eliot later added, “…and on that day Bricktop was born. […]



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The styles of black folk…

The styles of black folk…

November 7, 2011 | The Crystal Tearoom | 2 Comments

By: Marjon Rebecca Carlos for Huffington Post   On the eve of New York Fashion Week, I found myself tipping slowly into the Uptown location of Miu Miu for the Italian luxury brand’s Fashion Night Out event with a very tall date on my arm. We whispered to one another to assuage the apprehensions of […]



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