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In other news, Hannah will be converting her Providence office into a popup shop for her several businesses. Inquire for hours. All welcome.
Meanwhile, there is a lot of catchup and roundup.
Jamie lost a new friend and neighbor in France, photographer Louis Stettner. His obit in the NYT.
A rather funny video about Casa de la Noche, the former bordello we stay in when in San Miguel. The video does not do it justice.
My pianist brother Ben debuts a new jazz record made with a principal cellist of the Berlin Symphony. You cane hear portions on Facebook.
The photographer Lynn Johnson has done a podcast about how caring she is on No Filter. I have not listened to it, but you may wish to.
The photographer Donna Ferrato has done a video with Time magazine on the importance of photography. Associated article here.
The Block Island Times has done a story about how the ferry aided in the Hudson River rescue of the downed plane. I believe it played itself in the movie Sully.
An interview in PDN of photographer Mark Peterson, whose instagram pix of the political campaigns I have much admired.
And don't forget Hannah's live Facebook auction of a Paul McCartney guitar string bracelet this Thursday!
|Indian summer arrives. I mean, Native American Summer.|
There are reasons, which I will go into, mainly involving travelling and socializing.
So how can I make it up to you?
Shall I start from when I began being remiss and move forward in time?
Or shall I start from today and go backwards in time?
There's a lot I've skipped no matter which way I do it.
But I've got to get back to today so I can get to tomorrow.
|Rosio goes shopping on her new moto|
|Erin guards mom's rest|
|Ira, Chris, John, Ned|