Glug a slug of Glüg at Christmas on 46th Street


The folks on the first floor, aka, the basement, decided to have a Christmas party in the office, instead of going out and enriching some local beanery owner. It was the mid-80’s, things were going gangbusters, we were churning out some rather hefty, nay, obese issues, especially for the ones tied to events like Cannes, Mifed, et al. Morale was high and morals low, in other words, happy times in that towering edifice on West 46th Street, in Fun City.

Feline Felicity



How many of you remember Morris, Variety’s orange tabby cat? Morris was Variety’s mouser. He spent his nights on the fifth floor of 154 West 46th St., trying to do his job. He may even have caught an occasional mouse, such as the one that got away from Norma (see Keith Keller’s story on Simesite or in the Souvenir Album).