Nostalgia

En Garde

There is an English writer who is going around telling all and sundry that I made a pass at his wife. Now English men are known not to get too excited about such matters, but in this case the man is simply showing off. I can’t for the life of me think what else this …

Coming Up Short

It was, using Edward De Vere’s words, much ado about nothing. The media didn’t think so, called it “Deflategate,” and one of America’s great sporting heroes, Tom Brady, was pilloried as if he had inflated the beautiful model Giselle Bunchen, his wife, against her wishes. If any of you Quest readers missed it while on …

It Seems Like Yesterday

We First met, Betsy von Furstenberg and I, in 1970 when I was doing a story for LIFE magazine on the playwright Neil Simon. It’s hard to believe that was forty-five years ago. Betsy was co-starring with Maureen Stapleton in Simon’s first serious play, The Gingerbread Lady, which was about to open at the Plymouth …