Thomas McFadden, the subject of the upcoming movie Marching Powder, traveled all over the world smuggling cocaine and heroin before finding himself in a notoriously dangerous Bolivian prison, where he became a Lonely Planet–endorsed tour guide.
In 1979 a guy I knew at a photo agency in LA told me he could market phony crime photos to true-crime magazines, so I invited some of the neighborhood guys over and told them to bring a date and a weapon.
Sharon Stone slinks on screen with her athletic sensuousness. She’s greedy, insecure, and aware of the power behind her sexuality, which knocks men senseless. When Ace (Robert De Niro) makes her his wife, he offers her everything he can imagine will make her happy—dresses, jewels, gold, and furs.
We had beers with Tom Green and talked about the finer points of suckling milk out of cow udders, the time Eminem shouted him out on a massive pop song, and how a kid with a community-access show in Ontario became one of the biggest cable-TV stars of the new millennium.
The first city plan that Austin leaders came up with was designed to be segregated, but they couldn’t legally write that into effect…the city was built to be separate but equal under Jim Crow.