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The Grammys—Star Studded

The only highlights of the Grammy Awards show were the soulful, passionate performances by Shakira, Christina Aguilera and Mary J. Blige. Everything else failed the patented “Hooman Consciousness Test,” meaning that I fell asleep while watching it. After the show, I made my way over to the Universal Records after-party at the Palms Hotel, where Universal Music’s new golden boy Matt White was waiting for me at the door. The star-studded guest list at this shindig included the likes of Al Gore, Bono, Macy Gray and Mary J. Blige. I was pretty much awake until I started up a conversation with Jessica from the Pussycat Dolls who began sucking the intelligence from my mind faster than a vacuum cleaner on crack!

Bay Club Marin's Annual Gala

Gardner Jones, Eva Peterson   Daria and Roger Gershman (photo: Heather Wiley)

Salzman/Manus Valentine's Day Party

photography by Heather Wiley for Drew Altizer

Mandy Salzman, Michael Morino

Cameron Rehlender, Clark Hagman

<i>Wild Hogs</i>' Stars in SF

Celebrities John Travolta, William H. Macy, Martin Lawrence and Tim Allen hit Pier 27 in San Francisco as part of their whirlwind press tour touting their upcoming comedy-adventure, Wild Hogs.


Fashion Week in NYC

Despite all the distractions lately, I still managed to make it to Fashion Week in New York and drown my sorrows in a dizzying haze of bright lights and anorexic models. I also stumbled upon an underground hotspot well worth checking out at 3 a.m. The place is called Siberia, on 40th and 9th in the Hells Kitchen district. The celebrities and characters you can find there are crazy. I swear I saw Seinfeld throwing up in the bathroom and when I got back to the bar, that hot older chick from Sex and the City approached me and offered to buy me a glass of Veuve Cliquot. The next thing I remember is waking up on a plane headed to SFO.

This Blog Entry Sucks

First of all, I'd like to apologize to everyone for that. But if you think that you're having a bad time reading this crappy blog, then please allow me to put things into perspective for you: I might be out of a job. To put it lightly; things have been a little tense over at the station lately. After 10 years of her loyal servitude, the cheapos at Infinity are refusing to renew Sarah's contract. In other words; the Alice Morning Show may end on February 16! I can't believe it, man! I'm gonna have to cancel my subscription to the Spice Channel, trade in my pimpin-ass ride for a used Nissan, cancel all my massage appointments and yoga classes indefinitely and worst of all: hot materialistic blondes won't like me anymore!

Arts of Pacific Asia Show Opening

The 11th annual Arts of Pacific Asia Show opening, held in the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, benefited the education programs of the Asian Art Museum Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. The show continues through February 4 (Sunday) and features rare Cambodian Silk Ikats from NY's Chinalai Gallery.

Dana Lyons, Natania Caskey

Get Your Fashion

The 2007 Junior League Fashion Show launch party had Look Agency models in Macy's clothes strutting their stuff at the British Motor Cars' Showroom. Lo'renzo Hill styled the show with Patrick Evan Salon taking care of hair and make-up.

Adrian Sinclair, Nicole Bulick                       Lindsay Paschel, Shaila Frayer, Leah Wade

Cabaret at The Great American Music Hall

photography by Heather Wiley for Drew Altizer

Mount St. Joseph and St. Elizabeth threw its 10th annual benefit party and cabaret show at the Great American Music Hall. The show featured a local cast including Paul Pelosi.

Paul Pelosi

Artist Wayne Thiebaud Honored at SFMOMA

The Modern Art Council  gave painter and printmaker Wayne Thiebaud the 2006 Bay Area Treasure Award in recognition of his lifetime achievements at a luncheon held at SFMOMA yesterday.

           Thiebaud's "Toy Mickey"

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