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KGB @ THE BALLET

In a previous post, I told of how stagehands are actually placed in potential danger by having to work a gig where the Secret Service is involved. 1,690 more words

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DESSERT AT THE NIMOY'S

The is a continuation of DINNER AT THE NIMOY’S.

Max watched his wife go into the kitchen. ‘Ah,’ he sighed. ‘The love of my life. I was so lucky to have found her. 1,656 more words

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DINNER AT THE NIMOYS'

The elder Nimoys, Dora and Max, were living in a first floor apartment in a red-bricked building in a middle-class section of Boston when I met them. 2,770 more words

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More Memories of Michael

The Old Guthrie

Michael Langham had a way with words, often very profound, poetic. He knew exactly what he meant but sometimes others didn’t. For instance, he had a special phrase to motivate actors: ‘When you step on stage, bring the world with you.’ Now it worked with actors, so they must have understood what Michael was trying to get across them. 1,168 more words

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SINATRA'S ART OF A DEAL

It seems that Trump’s art of dealing often included threats and/ or the reality of bankruptcy and stiffing the people he owned money to. I was present at the conclusion of a Frank Sinatra dealing. 658 more words

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