A SAMPLING OF ARTICLES

THE NEW YORK TIMES
The Playwrights Who Lunch 
May 4, 2003
Langston Hughes Meets Damon Runyon, Eventfully
September 22, 2002
‘One Mo’ Time’ – It Came from New Orleans
February 24, 2002
Designing Man Meets ‘The Women’ and Fur Flies

November 4, 2001
“Lisa Picard Is Famous.” They’re Beginning at the Beginning
August 19, 2001
Roots: The Secrets Behind Designers’ Successes
August 19, 2001
William Ivey Long – Dressing Ulla and the Rest: Isn't It Iconic?
May 20, 2001
Books: My Story By Marilyn Monroe
April 8, 2001
The Oscar Race: 10, Maybe 12, Things That Oscar Knows and Florida Doesn’t
March 4, 2001
Books: Nonfiction; Shinier than Now
December 10, 2000
Style Footnotes on Eleanor Lambert
April 16, 2000
Shooting Stars: Ali MacGraw, Wrap Artist
February 20, 2000
Prime Real Estate
August 22, 1999
It’s A Stretch
May 31, 1998
Dressed For Excess
July 20, 1997
Love Letter
March 23, 1997
Feeding Frenzy
February 23, 1997
Sophia Loren: Some Spicy Meatball
November 24, 1996
Fat Chance
August 4, 1996
Bit Parts
April 30, 1995

THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
The Lady Vanishes -- Yet Again!   
February 19, 2006


THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Roughing It: Riding Gives Full Rein to Iceland Adventure
June 19, 2005

Nobel Prize Winner Elie Wiesel: Prophet Sharing 
December 7, 1986

 
WOMEN'S E-NEWS NETWORK
At the Movies at Least, It's the Summer of Women
July 17, 2008
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BIOGRAPHY MAGAZINE
Elizabeth Taylor: Incomparable, Unrepentant, and Always Intriguing

October 2003
Greta Garbo: Impossible Beauty 
May 2, 2002

PARADE
Edward Norton: “I Feel Like I Have a Secret Key to Every Door.” 
April 9, 2000

Peter Fonda: “I Taught My Dad to Tell Me That He Loved Me.” 
March 8, 1998