by Kenn Fong Francis Albert Sinatra was born Saturday, December 12, 1915. Let’s look back at a few stories about Mr. Sinatra which we published earlier this year in anticipation of his centennial.
by Jenny Hammerton I have woken up in bed, more times than I care to remember, with legendary cookbook A Treasury of Great Recipes nestled in beside me. It’s a bit like sleeping with a puppy, as it weighs around 4 lbs.
Dear Friends, Happy Halloween! As a kid Halloween was about decorating our house and pretending it was haunted. Other than character-based costumes there were no decorations to buy. We used ingenuity to create our sets and ways to scare trick-or-treaters.
Welcome to issue 76 of EatDrinkFilms. This week features two installments of Critics Corner with an emphasis on vivid humor: M.K. Brown and Paul Krassner view Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon and bring their own experiences to bear upon the movie’s version of events, while Robert Bloomberg and Ralph Eggleston […]
by Jenny Hammerton Audrey at Home is the kind of book that makes your heart glad. It’s a wonderful insight into the home life of a superstar, and it is fabulous that her son Luca Dotti has spent so much time putting to paper so many of his memories, and family recipes. For those of us […]
This week enjoy some pasta and have a Jack Daniels with Francis Albert Sinatra, and watch his Academy-Award-winning short film The House I Live In in celebration of his 100th birthday and this weekend’s Ring-a-Ding-Ding: The Movies of Frank Sinatra at San Francisco’s Vogue Theater.