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CASSE-TOI BRIGITTE by Peter Nolan Smith

Working at a nightclubs I met a lot of people; famous, infamous, and nobodies. Sometimes I had no idea who was who. One night at Hurrah I stopped a skinny bearded man from entering the club for free. His massive bodyguard steered me right. “It’s Mick Jagger.” “That’s him.” The rock star was with a […]

JE T’AIME Brigitte Bardot et Serge Gainsbourg

The Americans love to dismiss French music and that’s because they don’t know ‘merde’.

THE LONG MEMORY OF THE CHURCH by Peter Nolan Smith

After the Roman Emperor Constantine I accepted Jesus, the once-persecuted Christians sought their revenge against the Greco-Roman pantheists. The burnt became the burners and the killed were the killers. The diverse cults of the Empire shriveled under the iron fist of the Jesus’ ruthlessness. Mithra and Isis were forsaken en masse for the one True […]

The Comeback of Rourke

Working at a nightclubs I met a lot of people. The good, the bad, and in-between. Famous, infamous, and nobodies. Sometimes I had no idea who was who. I tried to stop Mick Jagger from entering Hurrah. He was wearing a beard. His bodyguard Tony steered me right. I refused Meryl Strep entry to the […]

Brigitte Bardot is Old

I’ve been back in New York two days after 5 years in Thailand. Culture shock has been minimalized by my refusal to leave Andrew Pollack’s $3 million Ft. Greene brownstone, however on Tuesday I rendezvoused with my biographer to recount the circumstances of my exile from the Land of Smiles. “Come meet me at Lucien’s […]