Monday, December 27, 2010

Farrah's Foundation

Fawcett funded cancer charity

December 15 2010 at 03:34am
Associated Press

The late Farrah Fawcett donated a substantial amount of money to facilitate the creation of a cancer charity.

Farrah Fawcett donated over $3.3-million to set up her cancer charity. Documents filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) show the late actress – who passed away aged 62 in June 2009 – bequeathed two separate contributions of $3,269,169 and $50,000 to the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, which she set up while battling anal cancer.

According to, actor Harrison Ford was one of the first people to donate to the charity, handing over a personal cheque for $5,000.  Financial records show the foundation donated $85,000 to two charities last year, The Angeles Clinic Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  The documents reveal the foundation is currently worth at least $5 million.
Following her death, it was revealed Farrah had left the bulk of her $10 million savings to troubled son Redmond O’Neal, 24, while her long-term partner Ryan O’Neal was excluded from her will completely.  In June, Farrah’s friends and family – including Ryan, Redmond, Ryan's daughter Tatum O'Neal and best friend Alana Stewart – gathered at the new offices of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, and pledged to continue the work started by the late star.

Alana said: “If I can help carry on Farrah's mission for the foundation, it's an honour for me. I feel almost like she's a guardian angel watching over me, and I feel like she's smiling down on us and very happy that she died for a cause.”  “She felt that she could help a lot of people and she could give a lot of people inspiration, courage and hope. “ - Bang Media International

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Happy Holidays Fawcett fans! If you haven't come across Chico's Angels, visit their web site. Mike has some great clips on his Charlie's Angels page as well, so check them out.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Sunday, November 14, 2010

New Farrah Doll on the way...

The proto-type pictured here next to the Iconic poster of Fawcett.
At first glance my initial thought was, "The hair is not quite right." Overall it's a nice presentation to Fawcett. It's not quite her, like the latest dolls for Cher looked almost exactly like her, but it's nice overall. Excited to see what the final doll will look like? You won't have to wait long, it's part of Barbie's Blonde Doll event.

Barbie's Blonde Event

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Fawcett in Space

Fawcett in Saturn 3
Remember Farrah in Saturn 3? It wasn't a great movie but she did co-star with Kirk Douglas and  Harvel Keitel (Who was in The Piano with Oscar Winner Holly Hunter).  She was quoted in an interview that the story/film ended up being very different from the original script which was also titled, "The Helper." The Year: 1980. But she did look lovely. 

You can watch it here.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Farrah's Father James passed away

JAMES W. FAWCETT, 92 passed away at his home August 23, 2010.He was preceded in death by his wife Pauline Fawcett, daughters Diane Walls, and Farrah Fawcett, grandson Jeff Walls.He is survived by his wife Rosenda Sofia Fawcett, sister Marylene Davis and brother Darryl Fawcett, grandsons Gregg Walls, and Redman O'Neal.Services will be held Friday, August 27, 2010 at 10:00 am in the chapel of Brookside Champions Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Houston National Cemetery. Jim will be missed by all those who loved him. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Cancer Society or charity of your choice. Link to his obit.

Friday, August 20, 2010


Sometimes I like to re-make cover art for different albums in my ITunes... especiailly if I'm not too crazy about what's associated with the album.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Great web site benefits cancer research...

Farrah's house for sale...

Farrah Fawcett's Bel Air mansion is currently up for sale with a $6.4 Million price tag.

The former home of the late Angel herself, Farrah Fawcett, is currently on the market, listed on® for $6.4 million. Fawcett rose to stardom as a private investigator in the 1970s TV series, Charlie’s Angels, and quickly became an international sex symbol.  Big Time Listings reported on the Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominated actress’ home for sale back in 2008 for a much smaller asking price at only $4.1 million. In addition, the Real Estalker mentioned that legendary singer Mariah Carey and actor Nick Cannon previously paid $7 million for Fawcett’s home.

Farrah Fawcett’s 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath Los Angeles, CA home listed for $6,495,000

This beautiful home comes with spectacular panoramic city, canyon, mountain and reservoir view. The home was built in 1950 and boasts large windows, sliding glass doors, a wine cellar and huge his/her closets in the bedrooms. Granite counters grace the kitchen, while a spa, covered porch, gym, backyard fireplace, flat screen TV, and BBQ area with refrigerator make for great entertaining. Fountains, a 55-foot veranda, gardens, a gazebo, infinity pool, small vineyard and parking that can keep up to nine cars also stand out in this legendary 2.4 acre estate.

Fawcett passed away last year after a graceful battle against cancer that had been well documented. Her death occurred only hours before the king of pop, Michael Jackson, also died.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Charlie's Angels Dolls

Noted doll artist Alesia Newman-Breen has commemorated the passing of the lovely and talented Farrah Fawcett by recreating her along with her costars Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith in their iconic roles as Jill Munroe, Sabrina Duncan and Kelly Garrett a.k.a. "Charlie's Angels".

Each doll is about 16 inches tall, entirely hand-sculpted and handsewn, with polymer clay head, breastplate, hands and feet and a fully posable body of felt-over-wire-armature construction with polyester fiberfill stuffing. All clothing and accessories are meticulously handcrafted as well. The trio is available for purchase for $800. There is only one set available. This set of dolls is a one-of-a-kind handmade creation.

For ordering info, contact Alesia at 410-683-1562 or . You can check out more of Alesia's exquisite handmade dolls at

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Fawcett's Family Remembers

Farrah Fawcett's family marks the first anniversary of her death and discuss how they are coping with their loss.
Click here for CNN story

Fawcett Foundation to open its doors

Alana Stewart, longtime Farrah Fawcett pal, finds it hard to talk about the star without getting emotional. "I'll get very teary and miss her, but I feel her spirit is so strong, I feel like she went to a place where she's free, she's happy, and I feel she's looking over all of us."
She tells Entertainment Tonight that she thinks a big part of the star's legacy will be the Farrah Fawcett Foundation. Farrah created it several years ago, but was too busy battling cancer to devote much time to it. Now, says Stewart, "we're officially opening the offices on Friday, the one-year anniversary of her passing. I think it's very fitting. I think it's what she would have wanted."

The mission of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation is to provide funding for alternative methods of cancer research, clinical trials, prevention and awareness.
Click here for source

ABC Photos of Fawcett tribute

Actress Farrah Fawcett embodied an American icon through her simple charm. Millions of women emulated her "winged" hairstyle made famous in the television series "Charlie's Angels." She began her career with appearances in commercials, best known for her Wella Balsam shampoo ads. Fawcett's first breakthrough performances on television included roles in "I Dream of Jeannie" (1965) and "The Partridge Family" (1970). The Texas native was nominated for six Golden Globe awards and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1995. She has one son, Redmond O'Neal, with longtime companion and actor Ryan O'Neal. Although O'Neal and Fawcett ended their relationship in 1997, he remained by her side throughout her battle with cancer.

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

UCLA Fined for FAWCETT Leak

Fawcett kept quiet to find the source of the leak
(photo from Comedy Roast of William Shatner)

UCLA is fined $95,000 for violating patient privacy

By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Updated: 4:9 AM 6/10/2010
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center has been fined $95,000 by state officials for failing to prevent unauthorized employees from accessing patient information, the latest in a series of privacy breaches at the prestigious hospital that has struggled to protect the medical information of its celebrity patients.

The fine, one of five privacy-related penalties announced by the state Thursday, is tied to multiple violations of the same patient's records and led to the firing of two employees. Two other people who accessed the patient's information were contracted by a firm that works at the hospital, UCLA officials said.

The breaches began June 30 of last year, five days after the deaths of Michael Jackson, who died at the hospital, and Farrah Fawcett, a former patient who had previously had her UCLA medical files breached. The state report identified the person whose records were improperly viewed as a "deceased patient."

UCLA spokeswoman Dale Tate declined to identify the patient involved or whether the patient was a celebrity.

In a statement, UCLA officials said they had made a "determined effort to train and test ... employees on patient privacy laws and implemented a wide range of safeguards to ensure patient confidentiality" over the last three years.

"We are proud of the progress we have made," the statement said, noting that UCLA officials reported the breaches to the state once they learned of the problems. "However, the UCLA Health System continues its commitment to seek ways to improve and enhance our policies, procedures and infrastructures to ensure the confidentiality of our patients' medical records."

The hospital reported the first breach to the state Aug 5, after a medical school employee and an employee in the Department of Pathology and Medical Support Services were found to have accessed the patient's records two days before. The medical school employee had even printed labels for laboratory tests that had been performed on the patient, according to the report.

Neither had any reason to access the records, the report said.

On Sept. 7, hospital officials reported that they had discovered a second breach of the same patient's records by two additional employees, both contract workers with the hospital's pathology billing service, according to the report. One accessed the patient's records on June 30 and July 9, the other only on July 9, the hospital reported.
In an interview with state investigators, hospital staff said they had spoken with the contract employees after the breach was discovered and that they "admitted inappropriate access, they were curious."

The fines issued Thursday came under a state law enacted in 2008 after widely publicized violations of patient privacy at UCLA involving Fawcett, singer Britney Spears, California First Lady Maria Shriver and other celebrities.

The issue of unauthorized people looking at the electronic records of celebrities has vexed the state. In 2009, California health regulators issued the first penalty under the privacy law, fining Kaiser Permanente's Bellflower hospital $437,500 for failing to prevent employees from snooping in the medical records of Nadya Suleman after she gave birth to octuplets.

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Fourth Spot Goes To Fawcett

First: In a poll conducted recently to determine the sexiest swimsuit celluloid moment, sex siren Ursula Andress has bagged the trophy for her eyeball grabbing bikini appearance in the 1962 sleuth film ‘Dr. No’.

The sublime moment when she emerges out from the pristine waters draped in the delicious white two piece still brings water in the mouths of the male oglers.

Second: Following Ursula close at heels is Raquel Welch who scorched the screen red hot in her animal skin bikini in the 1966 flick ‘One Million Years B.C.’

Third: Grabbing the 3rd spot is the fiery gold swimsuit of Bo Derek from the 1979 comic caper 10.

Fourth: Charlie’s Angels star Farrah Fawcett landed in the fourth rung for her blood red swim suit from a teaser poster.

Fifth: Seems like the iconic James Bond films rule the world of bikini bombs as another two piece bombshell from this Ian Fleming’s fictional world. Oscar winning actress Halle Berry who donned an eye catching orange bikini in 2002 rounded off the top 5. Halle, as you all must fairly remember, triggered everyone’s fancy including Pierce Brosnan’s in Die Another Day.

Source: Pradeep Malhotra in Celebrities, Hollywood
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Saturday, May 1, 2010

TV Land Awards

If you missed them, they are on-line.  Check it out click this link to view the tribute to Farrah, Jaclyn Smith & Cheryl Ladd and more.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Where was Kate?

CHARLIE'S ANGELS star KATE JACKSON pulled out of joining the FARRAH FAWCETT tribute at the TV Land Awards on Saturday (17Apr10) - because her pal's death is still so fresh.

Fawcett lost her battle with cancer last June (09) and her Charlie's An gels castmate is still struggling to come to terms with the loss.

So she had to pass on the opportunity to pay tribute to the late actress, alongside Cheryl Ladd and Jaclyn Smith at the awards show in Los Angeles.

In a statement to fans, the actress explains, "Farrah was not only my friend, she was an iconic star who allowed us to hit the ground running that first season and spun us into the stratosphere.

"Emotionally, it was simply too soon for me to join my co-stars."

Cheryl Ladd & Jaclyn Smith at TV Land Awards

Cheryl Ladd & Jaclyn Smith

The ageless Cheryl Ladd and Jaclyn Smith were dazzling Saturday night at the TV Land Awards where Charlie’s Angels received an award and their late co-star, Farrah Fawcett was remembered in a tribute. (Nice of Farrah to receive her due after that infuriating Oscar snub last month.)
Cheryl and Jaclyn were handed the pop culture award after Ryan O’Neal introduced a Farrah who died last year.

USA Today reports that Jaclyn and Cheryl recalled when their show was a phenomenon in the 1970s.
“We were rock stars,” Jaclyn said.

Added Cheryl: “We had to sneak in the back doors of restaurants.”

The two were happy to receive the award acknowledgment, but Smith said it was “bittersweet, because we’re missing a lot of members of our family.” They include not only Farrah but John Forsythe, the voice of Charlie, who passed away earlier this month.

“It was so beautiful,” Cheryl said of the Farrah tribute.

“And well-deserved,” continued Smith, noting her omission from the Academy Awards’ recap of the year’s deaths. “It was sad she was left out at the Oscars, but certainly tonight she wasn’t. … You can see the distance her career went and how accomplished she became. And along with it, she was an interesting person, a good person to know, a good person to have on your side. I miss her.”

Cheryl and Jaclyn were members of the show’s cast for four and five years, respectively – longer than any of the other cast members including Farrah (1 full season plus three episodes in seasons 3 and 4), Kate Jackson (3 seasons), Shelly Hack (1 season) and Tanya Roberts (1 season).

They not only were the backbone of the show for most of its run, they are also two very lovely ladies who have conducted themselves with such grace and class over the years.

The gala will be aired on TV Land on Sunday, April 25.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Eighth Annual 'TV Land Awards'

Fawcett in a still for The Burning Bed

It's a Star-Studded Extravaganza at The Eighth Annual 'TV Land Awards' Honoring 'Everybody Loves Raymond,' Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, 'Bosom Buddies,' Rock 'N' Roll Legend Blondie, 'Glee,' 'Charlie's Angels' and 'The Love Boat'
Billy Crystal, Jay Leno, Betty White, Paula Abdul, Pamela Anderson, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, Jane Lynch, Bob Newhart and Ryan O'Neal Among Dozens of Performers Appearing to Celebrate Television, Film and Music
Event Features Special Tribute To Farrah Fawcett

LOS ANGELES, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrities from television, film and music all came out tonight for the unforgettable taping of the eighth annual "TV Land Awards" premiering on Sunday, April 25 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Appearances included Billy Crystal, Jay Leno, Betty White, Paula Abdul, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, Bob Newhart, Ryan O'Neal and more. Honorees included the cast of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (Impact Award), Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner (Legend Award), the cast of "Bosom Buddies" including Tom Hanks (Anniversary Award), cast members from "Glee" (Future Classic Award), "Charlie's Angels" (Pop Culture Award), "The Love Boat" (Fan Favorite Award) and legendary punk rock band Blondie (Icon Award.) The show was taped on Saturday, April 17th and was hosted by Tim Allen on the historic Stage 15 on the Sony Lot in Culver City.
Some memorable moments included:
Singer, dancer, choreographer and TV personality Paula Abdul presenting the cast of "Glee" with the Future Classic Award.

Film star Ryan O'Neal introducing a moving video to Farrah Fawcett during a special tribute to her.

For the complete article click: TV Land Awards Article

Sunday, March 21, 2010


Farrah Fawcett secretly planned to reunite with ex-husband Lee Majors on stage in Las Vegas in the final years before her death, has confirmed exclusively.

In a secret the Charlie's Angels star took to her grave, she and Majors, best known for his role in The Six Million Dollar Man, had agreed to end their two decades of estrangement in the most spectacular and public circumstance.Majors, through his management, confirmed to the pair had been booked to recreate A.R. Gurney's famous play Love Letters, a drama about two lovers who spend a lifetime trying to get together.

But Fawcett's cancer recurrence in May 2007 sidelined the project permanently.Majors' manager Denny Bond said the two, who married in 1973 and separated just six years later, had engaged he and Craig Nevius, the filmmaker now being sued by Fawcett's estate, to produce and direct the stage show.

"For a period of months Craig Nevius and I worked with several bookers for Lee Majors and Farrah Fawcett to go on the road with Love Letters," Bond told

"We had many discussions with Lee and Farrah and we had planned on a Las Vegas opening and doing a Los Angeles charity performance for her soon to be established cancer foundation as the kick-off to the tour," Bond added.Fawcett and Majors married at the height of their fame; she with Charlies Angels and he with The Six Million Dollar Man. After divorcing, Fawcett entered an on-again, off-again long-term relationship with Ryan O'Neal.

She didn't speak with Majors again until 2006, at the time she was diagnosed with anal cancer. He made contact with Fawcett, according to reports at the time of her death.

According to one source, when UCLA declared Fawcett cancer free, she was excited to go back to work."

She thought she could combine it with a quest to raise money for cancer research," the confidant told

The project would have utilized pictures and home movies of Fawcett and Majors through the years, added the source.

The last time Fawcett and Majors had worked together was in the pilot episode of his 80s series The Fall Guy, in which the actress made a cameo as herself.Nevius, who is embroiled in a bitter legal stoush with Fawcett's estate and is also suing her ex O'Neal, confirmed his involvement."

Love Letters was the perfect stage play for the two of them. Lee would have played a conservative, no-nonsense politician who had been in love with his childhood sweetheart for decades," explained Nevius."Farrah would have played his childhood sweetheart who grew up to be an eccentric, free-spirited artist.

In fact, we were planning on using Farrah’s real art in the production."Farrah had a lot of ideas. She was excited about the whole thing. So was Lee.
“I’m sorry the two of them never got to work together again. But I am glad Farrah and Lee re-connected, in real life. "That was important. I know it was to Farrah.”

Saturday, March 13, 2010

The "Snub" of Fawcett

Fawcett & O'Neal Present at the Oscars

Why does it make so many angry? First, it was a deliberate choice to exclude Farrah from the memorial telecast. Fawcett made over fourteen films for theatrical distribution in ADDITION to all the films she made for television. She was also a voting member of the academy for over thirty years and a member for forty years. She, along with Ryan O-Neal, presented at the Oscars. Fawcett was nominated for a Golden Globe for Extremities and an Independent Spirit Award for her role in The Apostle.

Farrah Fawcett fought against the “type casting” that plagued her early career. She fought for and brought about roles for herself that helped her grow and stretch as an actress. She could have complacently coasted throughout the entire run of Charlie’s Angels and been satisfied with cameos and “giggle/jiggle” guest spots and lived an extremely wealthy and easy life. She didn’t.

She made deliberate choices that left people scratching their heads and wondering, “What is she thinking?”

Fawcett rose to fame in an age when internet didn’t exist. Before VCRs and plastic surgery was the rage for up and coming starlets, Fawcett defied gravity in a red bathing suit and tussled blonde hair and captured the spirit of all that was wholesome and beautiful with a thousand watts of light smile but behind that smile was a smart and determined lady who new the value of her percentages.

It was not happenstance that Fawcett left Charlie’s Angels and a deal was struck for recurring appearances. She didn’t sign her contract. Yes, Lee Majors wanted her home but it was her determination to get her cut that left that contract unsigned.

That’s not the action of someone who is simple minded.

Fast forward and you now have someone who determined via committee that Fawcett shouldn’t be in the memorial because she is a “television” actress. She was dismissed and belittled (as if being just a television actor is beneath the academy, where did George Clooney get his start?) and it was decided that she wouldn’t be included.

It was not only callous and uncontainable, it was wrong.

Fawcett fought her way onto the silver screen and she fought for her place in the Academy as an actor. She deserved to be recognized for her strengths as an artist alongside her peers. She did not deserve to be omitted especially by conscious choice.

It would be easier to understand if it were an oversight but the deliberation and decisive statements made by the Academy show a level of self inflated superiority that leave a bad taste long after the words have been read and processed.


Friday, March 12, 2010

Movie Clips on YOUTube for Farrah

Farrah Movie Clips see it on
I put together a clip montage of some of her films.
If you do watch it, please rate it.

Farrah Fawcett appeared in fourteen movies for the big screen in addition to the work she was nominated for Emmy's and Golden Globes on television. Fawcett was nominated for a Golden Globe for EXTREMITIES and was also nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for her role in THE APOSTLE. A member of the Motion Picture Arts & Science Academy for forty years she was overlooked to be included in the memorial tribute at the 2010 Oscars.

No copyright infringement intended, copyright owned by the persons holding copyright.

Thank you to Lionsgate for allowing this to be broadcast.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Apology Issued

Side note: Fawcett appeared in a dozen films, more notably The Apostle, for which she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and a Golden Globe Nominee for her work in Extremities. She also appeared in and was praised for her film work in See You In The Morning with Drew Barrymore and Jeff Bridges. She was also a member of the Academy and presented at the Oscars with Ryan O'Neal. All in all she was nominated for six (6) Golden Globes. In 1987 she was nominated for Extremities. In 1998 she was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for her work in The Apostle.

Here is the artilce re-posted, the link is above.

( -- It was no oversight.
The executive director of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has apologized to the friends, family and fans of Farrah Fawcett, who was conspicuously omitted from Sunday night's Oscar-event tribute to Hollywood personalities who had died over the past year.
While some agents and publicists, besides actors, were included in the memorial, Fawcett, a high-profile star better known for her TV work (who also appeared on the big screen), was not.
Neither was Gene Barry -- who was seen in both versions of "War of the Worlds" -- or Bea Arthur.

Among those criticizing the Academy for its selective omissions were critic Roger Ebert and Oscar-winner Jane Fonda.

In response, the Academy's Bruce Davis, who was responsible for the "in memoriam" segment (and has been since the tradition began in 1993), said late Tuesday: "There's nothing you can say to people, particularly to family members, within a day or two of the show that helps at all. They tend to be surprised and hurt, and we understand that and we're sorry for it."

Davis, who also says he stands by the decision about Fawcett's absence, had considered including her, but ultimately felt her "remarkable television work" would be more appropriately honored at the TV Academy's Emmys (which she was). He also noted that several notable screenwriters were not included in the tribute.

Oscar-winner Tatum O'Neal, whose father Ryan O'Neal was Fawcett's longtime companion, also issued a statement Tuesday. It said: "On behalf of myself, my father Ryan O'Neal and my entire family, we are deeply saddened that a truly beautiful and talented actress Farrah Fawcett was not included in the memorial montage during the 82nd Academy Awards. We are bereft with this exclusion of such an international icon who inspired so many for so many reasons. Beautiful, talented Farrah will never be forgotten by her family and amazing fans."

Davis defended the tribute's inclusion of Michael Jackson, who was better known for his musical accomplishment than for his screen work, because the late pop star was the subject of a successful feature documentary last year.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Remembering Farrah this month

Although February is almost over, I never quite lose site of the fact it is the birth month of Farrah Fawcett. The original GOLDEN GIRL, Farrah was the “IT” girl before internet existed. Before hair extensions and plastic surgery was the norm, Fawcett was the All-American girl straight from Texas. Her thousand watt smile graced dorm rooms and adolescent boys and girls idolized her. Her fame was world renowned and the beautiful girl from small town Corpus Christi shot to the kind of fame publicists and Hollywood agents strive for their own clients today through media blitz tours and press releases and interview junkets. Fawcett was famous without the internet. It didn’t exist yet. VCR’s weren’t around either. She was the all natural beauty who defied the laws of gravity and she was the cover girl for everything from shampoo to a necklace, aptly called “the faucet.” Fawcett went on to prove herself a savvy business woman. She was more than the smile and hair in the poster and those closest to her knew she was smarter than most gave her credit for. Fawcett fought a valiant battle in the end. The unfortunate media onslaught and feuding hasn’t stopped, even though Fawcett is physically not with us. Her image and her famous smile will be an American Icon long after those who knew her and remember her as one of the three original Charlie’s Angels have gone on after her.

Fawcett graces one of two screens on my site this month.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Entertainment Tonight Remembering Fawcett on YouTUBE

This is a pretty good series of interviews with Fawcett over the years with Entertainment Tonight.

Monday, February 15, 2010

February Web Site Fronts Featuring Farrah

here are some site fronts that will be on-line this month... as well as some TWEET backgrounds...

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Farrah's 2006 note to me...

I'd sent Farrah a copy of her book with Keith Edmier "Recasting Pygmalion" with a letter. I don't remember everything I wrote but I do remember telling her that true artists are seldom appreciated during their lifetime and that I have admired her strong body of work for years. Anyway, she sent back the book, signed with the message above along with this photo. I'd been looking for the scan I took and finally found it...