To the Hive newsletter and Cocktail Hour, an editor’s selection of Vanity Fair stories across all subjects, the magazine this week has added a third weekday email blast.
In today’s edition, former Los Angeles Times staffer Rebecca Keegan is already in fine, breezy form. At one point, she reveals a trait that we also happen to share:
When I thought I was the only dork to arrive at AFI Fest’s opening night on time this year, sitting alone in the theater with my popcorn while Warren Beatty slowly worked the red carpet outside, I saw a familiar shock of white hair out of the corner of my eye. It was Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, also clutching his popcorn, also embarrassingly punctual, in L.A. to promote his new movie Julieta.
Keegan’s newsletter follows the launch of the online HWD section earlier this fall. She is part of a West Coast team that also includes senior staff writers Julie Miller, Joanna Robinson and executive West Coast editor Krista Smith.
Subscribe to Keegan’s newsletter at the bottom of the page here.
Previously on FishbowlNY:
Vanity Fair Swoops Up L.A. Times Film Writer