Armin Meiwes – who murdered and ate a man he met over the internet – says he would like to have Robbie Williams for dinner because he only eats “beautiful people”. Twisted though his outlook may be, it is an excellent metaphor for the desperate need to be famous that is creeping through the heart […]
Monthly Archives: February 2006
The first tryout with six actors of the great PR man Ezra Blakeley’s play Confessions was staged at Wilshire. After the reading the feedback, the tryout audience had guessed the identities of all the characters. Blakeley had to rewrite, fearing legal actions. The play was premiered by the Bryzin Playhouse a 70 seater theatre in […]
Borkowski spent the day with the PR legend Jay Berstein. To understand the influence that the American Entertainment industry has had on the world is to understand Jay Bernstein. The Hollywood Reporter said of him, “Jay Bernstein must have a direct line to God. When Jay starts talking, Hollywood listens.” Jay has the biggest Rolex […]
This morning a pilgrimage to Burt Lancaster’s old house in Bel Air revealed a hidden story about his swimming pool. Burt allowed the pool to be used to house two penguins owned by a friend. The pool they lived in was being refurbished and Lancaster offered his own as a temporary sanctuary.
“Prince Charles regards himself as a ‘dissident working against the prevailing political consensus’, who scatters furious letters to ministers on contentious issues and denounces elected leaders of other countries…” The Guardian, 22nd February 2006 The dissident who would be King keeps hoping he’s the real thing, but angry letters from an ivory tower are a […]