Peter Turnley

Pam/ March 27, 2008/ Photography

Tuesday night I went to Washtenaw Community College to hear a talk by a photographer. My friend and photo buddy, Bev, went with me. We both enjoyed his talk very much. Peter Turnley calls himself a photo journalist. He’s been a photographer for over 30 years and has visited over 90 countries. His photographs have been on over 40 covers

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Spring

Pam/ March 26, 2008/ Random Thoughts

Last Thursday was the first day of spring but it wasn’t until Monday when the robin showed up. It’s always been a sign of spring for me … that first robin. I also saw a female cardinal out my home office window. And, the birds, in general, have been singing for a week or two. Hopefully they know something we

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Arlo Guthrie

Pam/ March 18, 2008/ Around Ann Arbor

About a week and a half ago I went to a concert at The Ark, a little folk concert place here in Ann Arbor. The concert was part of a weekend full of concerts scheduled as a tribute to the guy who started and ran The Ark for decades. He’s retiring and lots of old singers came back for the

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Old Friends

Pam/ March 11, 2008/ Random Thoughts

Tonight I attended a fund raiser. Not my usual evening out. Amid the artists, lawyers, and friends of friends of friends of the focus of the fund raiser was a person from my past. Years ago, when I first moved to Ann Arbor, I was involved in the Youth Companion Program. A program not unlike Big Brothers, Big Sisters, it

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