Why These Iconic Women Entertainers Inspired Our Issue, And How We Honored Them In Production
“PUT ON YOUR OWN SHOW”
t was the Fall of 2017. Exactly one year after I had been booted off of my safe and “sensible” career path and into the unknown. We had just sold our first newlywed home, due to the aforementioned job loss, and had moved into a small apartment overlooking San Antonio’s historic Pearl district (from where I still sit as I write this, and from were I co-birthed this magazine last year).
Like a child with a burning curiosity for something they’ve been told is off limits, it was on a sunny September morning that my eye was drawn to a book stacked on the antique porcelain garden seat to the left of my desk. Written by one of my life-long idols, I had bought it years before and intended to devour it, but this memoir just always sat perched in its color coordinated pile collecting dust. I remember thinking to myself this is the day I am starting this. It was a calling from the Universe, I suppose. That book was This Time Together by Carol Burnett.
WILLKOMMEN! BIENVENUE! WELCOME!
Introducing our new recurring columnists, musing on life — and you can’t stop their beat.
ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE
…So you better be ready in the wings.
AT HOME WITH:
Classic Hollywood’s Larger-Than-Life Darling Shares On Career Memories, Frank Sinatra and Friends, and The Secrets To Success
FROM TELEVISION CITY IN HOLLYWOOD:
Our ‘Time Together’ With The Beloved Entertainment Icon, As She Shares Candidly On Courage, Career, Community and Legacy
ONE SINGULAR SENSATION
Why Lucille Ball Was A Fashion Icon, And How To Achieve Her Timeless Looks Today
SHOP YOUR INNER ICON