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Newseum

I just returned from a trip to Washington DC where Patty and I visited some places we hadn’t been before.  One place was The Newseum, a new museum devoted entirely to News reporting and journalism.  It actually is a tribute … Continue reading

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Freud’s Last Session

I certainly am not qualified to write a critical review of any play or stage production, but I do know what I like and I do recognize excellence when I see it.  Last night, Patty and I went to the … Continue reading

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Raising Amy

After watching the U. S. Open Swing Dance Championships last weekend, I was dying to try a few of the fancy lifts some of the dancers did.  My friend, Amy, was a willing partner so last night in less than … Continue reading

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U. S. Open Swing Dance Competition

To make a long story short We danced our best ever.  We entertained.  We dreamed a dream and went after it.  We came up a bit short of our mark.  We held our heads high and weren’t hurt by our … Continue reading

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