Browsing All posts tagged under »Terry Wooten«

Your Choice $20

February 23, 2012


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Sunday Morning TLV – Up North in Michigan

December 18, 2011


A busy week, with too much to do, too little time to do it, even with Real Broadband. There were international cultural exchanges, the long-awaited publication of a book, and a visit to yet another new business in the Township. We have highlights.

Sitting ducks

January 28, 2011


You’d be surprised how much is going on around here under the snowpiles.  When I went over to see Wendi Wooten about the photos of Egypt, Terry was there too.  We talked a bit about the book he’s working on, and he lent me his copy of Glenn Neumann’s memoir, Penny Pencils.  Then he showed […]

“All the parts of my life are here”

October 14, 2010


That’s what Louan said on Sunday, looking around at the crowd of musicians, actors, artists, lawyers, writers, designers, printers, poets, old hippies, the kids from Mrs. LaPan’s kindergarten class at Holy Angels Elementary . . . you get the idea. Those of you from Away might find all this a little less compelling than those […]

Poets and painters and sculptors, oh my – and you are there

October 4, 2009


Big doings this weekend.  The new show over at the Jordan River Arts Council opened today, and Babs was there.  Thanks to her photos, you were, too.  I know, I know, it’s not the same as being in the gallery, where there were lovely treats.  I wasn’t there, either, as I had to work at […]

Betty Beeby’s Shady Adventures and a nod to Log Cabin Day

June 30, 2009


First of all, I know you wonder why I have not written anything about the wonderful dinner held in honor of Betty Beeby last week. That is because I was not there, but playing Cinderella at my day job. I made up for it by interviewing Betty yesterday about her special evening, and sent most […]