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This from the Examiner

“Increasingly over the past nearly two years, she has become much better known, nationally, as the featured singer and music consultant for the movie, Winter’s Bone, winner of the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize, and recipient of four Oscar nominations, including best picture. … Continue reading

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Sunday – Last Day in Torino

First, I must apologize for it taking so long to get to this. Life intervened, as usual, with the last and largest interruption being eye surgery to remove cataracts. First surgery was Jan. 4, the second today. I’m writing one-eyed … Continue reading

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Saturday in Alba

Jonathan and I arose early Saturday and made our way without breakfast or coffee to the train station next door, where we walked about a mile inside the terminal to find the right track. Trains don’t go through. They end … Continue reading

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Another Day in Torino

Midnight something Wednesday, no, Thursday. (While in Torino) In between searching for a clock and trying to fathom our computer troubles, we got dressed respectably and hoofed it, in a light rain, over to the Directors’ Luncheon, which was held … Continue reading

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Photos from Jonathan

Thank you to Jonthan Scheuer for sending these photographs! posted viw, Moonmooring

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No Food on Mondays

First off, and I’ll try to get you more info when I get on the net, Debra returned from Stockholm yesterday, where Winter’s Bone won best picture, best actress and another prize I don’t know the name of. Pretty much … Continue reading

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The Yayhoo Has Landed! part 2

I hesitate to describe my bumbling trip across the great pond, except to say bumbling is it, in a word. Large queues at security everywhere, but Rome wins for longest walks from one terminal to the next. And the rule … Continue reading

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