No, not because of excessive New Year's libations. It's Barbra again (Via NZPundit):
Los Angeles Magazine Reveals Plans To Honor Barbrastreisand.com As "Website Of The Month"Do you ever get the feeling that whoever Babs has putting this blather together is an aggressive, but not too bright teenager? They certainly write like it. As for Los Angeles Magazine
Chris Nichols, Assistant Editor of Los Angeles Magazine, has advised the editors of BARBRASTREISAND.COM that his publication will honor this site as "WEBSITE OF THE MONTH" in that magazine's February, 2003 issue. We wish to share this honor with our visitors who have made BARBRASTREISAND.COM one of the most frequented sites offering a meeting place for the examination of social and political issues which sometimes receive meager coverage in general media outlets. Along with Ms. Streisand's music information, her Truth Alert section tries to set the often distorted record straight.
Los Angeles Magazine is published by Emmis Communications Inc., a multi-media company, whose holdings include such distinguished titles such as, Texas Monthly, Indianapolis Monthly, Cincinnati Monthly and Atlanta Monthly, as well as a vast array of radio and telecommunication concerns in the U.S. and Europe.Who's kidding whom? Their idea of the internet is probably "You've got mail!"
Celebrating our 40th anniversary, Los Angeles Magazine remains the quintessential guidebook for the good life in L.A. As the premier monthly lifestyle publication in Southern California, the magazine exudes the glamour, complexity, excitement and enviable lifestyle associated with the entertainment capital of the world. In a city where trends are born, scandals are broken and attitudes are taken, Los Angeles is our beat. We capture the élan of the city and package it in a unique and provocative style that blends hard-hitting, award-winning journalism with fashionable lifestyle edit. Our sleek and sophisticated graphics, matched with our prestigious roster of national advertisers, give us the look of a national magazine, but with the retail "call-to-action", immediacy and intimacy of a monthly must-read city magazine.
And while you're at Babs' place check out the Babs holiday ornament. Sony Music will sell you one for $25. Can you imagine putting that on your tree?