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Top Hat and The Thin Man

I saw two women making music at Lytton Plaza on July 14, 2018 and thought they were great. I call them Top Hat and The Thin Man because I was on my way to watch some Fred Astaire movies at … Continue reading

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Halliwell scoring for a baker’s dozen upcoming & classic movie bills at The Stanford Theatre

OR, A MOVIE-BILL FEAST Tonite: ***** (Five stars) This Happy Breed** Meet Me in St. Louis *** Convenient and cheap, but I’d rather take the wife to see Tarantino “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” and I’ve seen it twice … Continue reading

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Is Buena Vista ‘gone with the wind’?

Driving past the landmark Stanford Theatre, and noting the upcoming marquee news of the cinematic classic, I am moved to compare the famous Margaret Mitchell-based movie to the situation here and now about Buena Vista mobile home park. How would … Continue reading

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Of haps and hap tics

1. I ran into my Oak Creek neighbor Serkin at Farmer’s Market and gave him my only Weiss for Council pin, from 2012. New York Times article about robotics, Stanford byline, by John Markoff: “Brainy, Yes, But Far From Handy: … Continue reading

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Of haps and haptics

1. I ran into my Oak Creek neighbor Serkin at Farmer’s Market and gave him my only Weiss for Council pin, from 2012. New York Times article about robotics, Stanford date-line, by John Markoff: “Brainy, Yes, But Far From Handy: … Continue reading

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Charlie Chan IS a) dead b) at the Olympics and c) David Packard

COMING THURSDAY OR FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 OR AUGUST 15, 2014 August 14 – 15: Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) 7:30 d H. Bruce Humberstone. w Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, based on a story by Paul Burger. ph Daniel C. … Continue reading

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