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Replay: Words fail me

Perhaps then one reason why we have no great poet, novelist or critic writing today is that we refuse to allow words their liberty. We pin them down to one meaning, their useful meaning. 1,257 more words
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Replay: All that's wrong...

I was sitting in my favorite coffee shop the other day when I overheard the following.

An older white-haired man was telling the two women he was with the following (I wrote it down immediately): 46 more words

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The Lady Who Lunched

Farewell, Elaine Stritch

(1925 – 2014)

Entertaining Welsey Shaw

Another down-to-earth celebrity: Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick is a hoot. I adore her, and I haven’t even seen that many of her movies. She’s just so effortlessly cool.

She’s… 210 more words

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Courage

Schuyler Chapin remembered the day vividly.

The great but reclusive and insecure pianist Vladimir Horowitz had agreed to give a concert at Carnegie Hall, after an absence of nearly 13 years. 722 more words

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My wife

And now a word about someone I’ve never talked about before, but who has helped me in more ways than I can say.

My wife Dana has been my helpmate and my biggest supporter throughout the writing of this novel. 397 more words

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Keira Knightley: "Some of my ... most hilarious times have been in the least luxurious places."

Keira Knightley just might be someone who never sets foot in Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP store in search of a $2400 Christian Dior backgammon set.

Despite being fabulously wealthy, the famous British thespian says she keeps herself on a short leash, financially-speaking. 352 more words

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