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Orlando Eye: Amazing feat of engineering

I recently returned from a few days of fun, sun, boating, and playing in Orlando, Florida. My friend, Leo, lives on the Butler Chain of Lakes and we spent an idyllic couple of days touring them on his boat. There […]

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Orlando Eye: Amazing feat of engineering

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I recently returned from a few days of fun, sun, boating, and playing in Orlando, Florida. My friend, Leo, lives on the Butler Chain of Lakes and we spent an idyllic couple of days touring them on his boat. There […]

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Love and Mercy: Brian Wilson Story

I went to see a screening of Love and Mercy with my brother and sister-in-law at the Walker Art Museum in Minneapolis. For the next two days my sister-in-law

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Bill Murray and the Saints: Let’s play ball

In the summer of 1978, Bill Murray played baseball for the Greys Harbor Loggers in Washington State. It was a dream of his. He didn’t get to play the

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Habsburgs travel to America

The Habsburgs ruled much of Europe from the 11th to the 20th centuries. They originally built their castle in Switzerland but after seven generations they moved to Austria. The

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Foreign Films: Why does Hollywood always re-make perfectly good movies?

(The Secret in their Eyes stars Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. Publicity) I am on a foreign film kick. The Argentine film The Secret in their Eyes won the Oscar for Foreign

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Goodbye to language – Godard in 3D

Jean-Luc Godard has made close to 50 films. The first one, Breathless, was in 1960 and started off the French New Wave by breaking the rules. In his latest

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Remembering 1989 and the world going crazy

This poster hangs in my living room. It says: 26 March 1989 – election of the People’s Deputies USSR Our main mandate: the care of the individual Let me say this, 1989

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Timbuktu – not just a movie – a real place full of history

Last weekend I went to see the Oscar nominated film Timbuktu. When I was little I thought Timbuktu was a mythical place. Whenever I heard the word, it seemed to

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MisAdventure in San Francisco 1974

Heaven’s plane was due in from L.A. at 2:10 p.m. and we told him we’d pick him up between 2:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. so we headed toward the

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The Color Purple: The Musical returns to Broadway

Alice Walker’s novel, The Color Purple, was published in 1982 and she won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for Fiction in 1983. Walker was born

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