Category Archives: 1973

“HANG IN THERE DAVID! YOURS, PHILIP MCKEON” – ON COLLECTING, CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AND RONA BARRETT

People have asked me, “how did you get into acting?”  The short answer  was that my father knew this guy whose girlfriend was a talent manager, Dolores Reed, who ended up handling my brothers and me.  Three little redheaded kids … Continue reading

Posted in "Alice", "Annie Hall", "Paper Moon", "The Jeffersons", 1973, 1975, Isabel Sanford, Lenny Kravitz, Linda Lavin, Rona Barrett, Roxie Roker, Sherman Helmsley, Tatum O'Neal | 3 Comments

“….all your life you’ve never seen a woman taken by the wind”: A tribute to Stevie Nicks and her enduring appeal

“Rhiannon rings like a bell in the night and wouldn’t you love to love her…” In Welsh mythology, Rhiannon is the name of a queen, a daughter of Hefeydd.  She figures in the first and third Branches of the Mabinogion. … Continue reading

Posted in "Rhiannon", 1970s, 1973, 1976, Chelsea Girl Vintage, Chiffon, Fleetwood Mac, Fleetwood Mac "Rumours", Hankie-hem, Lindsay Buckingham, Margi Kent, Ossie Clark, Shawl, Stevie Nicks | Comments Off