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Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

Superbowl not super for women?

At a private party in Vegas watching my favorite part of the Superbowl- the commercials of course- I started hearing the voice of my feminist mother: Violence and objectification of women, uh-uh, honey. Now I know the Superbowl isn’t any kind of academic decathlon, but why does the mass appeal have to aim so low?

Monday, February 6th, 2006

What do we gain from loss?

The past few months have been rough. I’ve had two close friends pass away, and you all know about my computer. Then my cell phone died and again I lost all my phone numbers, and I just...

Saturday, January 28th, 2006

Merci Apple

2 hard drives, 3 logic boards, endless telephone calls, 11 chapters, 3 Mac geniuses, and 1 corporate executive liaison and I have a brand spanking new PowerBook G4. Thank you God! Now I can get back to...

Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

Los Olivos Cafe appeared in Sideways

I dropped in to the Los Olivos Cafe this weekend on my way to Santa Barbara. Featured in the movie “Sideways” – its a great place for a glass of wine, delicious food and friendly patrons. Los...

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

Is There Anything Indie About Sundance Film Fest?

Sundance! It wasn’t sunny and I didn’t dance much, but I was six degrees of separation from stars in the ten degree weather! Here I am with Gwyneth Borden and Diva Ruby Dee at the premier of...

Sunday, January 15th, 2006

Becoming a published author

A question I frequently get asked is,“What it is like writing a book that you know will be on bookstands next year?” Honestly, I can’t think that far in advance right now. I have around 45 days until...

Monday, January 9th, 2006

Harpy New Year!

Thinly sliced between the Atlantic and Pacific, Panama is the deli meat that holds the two bready continents of North and South America together. I indulged myself in its geographic, ecological, biological and canal-magical marvels until I...

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