Whenever I get asked about the creative process by those whom have trouble getting words to flow out of their brain and onto a screen, I suggest trying some things to re-establish the energy.
In the interests of protecting the right to free speech, he did not vote for Trump.
He was known as “The Waltz King,” and was largely responsible for the then popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century. To this day I can’t listen to the Blue Danube without conjuring images of waltzing in a full length organza gown, in the style of Josephine Bonaparte, with an empire silhouette…
A re-post that was worth sharing. His bambina
The new memoir is out, “32 Yolks” by Eric Ripert. I heard his interview on NPR and tonight got to see him in person.
He was interviewed by Los Angeles Times Food Critic and Pulitzer Prize winner Jonathan Gold at the South Pasadena Library.
Ripert, a handsome man of elegance and ease, reflected on his arduous climb to the pinnacle of the culinary world.
What’s a life without art? In my opinion, a meager existence. This month being my month I have begun a celebration, my celebration of life. It began on the first when I was invited to the American Cinematheque where I got to see 8 shorts from the EU. Although the films weren’t to my liking, I loved the schmoozing at the Egyptian theater courtyard and meeting a vast array of Europeans