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The Florida Page – March 2010

ASCOT DAY IN SOUTH FLORIDA … minus Her Majesty. The Broward British American Chamber of Commerce is holding a super British day out at Gulfstream Racetrack, Hallandale. Ascot Day, with ladies required to dress up accordingly, coiffed with hats, is a superb social event. I attend every year, in a titillating titfer. Round up your […]

Leo & Karen’s California View – March 2010

CONGRATULATIONS to Ringo Starr who proudly received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame right outside Capital Records, and near the stars of his late band mates John Lennon and George Harrison. Starr was honored with the 2,401st star during a ceremony that also marked the 50th anniversary of the Walk of Fame. Eagles […]

Union Jack’s Sporting Roundup March 2010

OLYMPIC GOLD FOR AMY WILLIAMS THE 21st Winter Olympic Games, February 12-28, opened under a cloud in Vancouver, after luge competitor Nodar Kumaritashvili of Georgia died during a training run. While the rest of North America was under several feet of snow, Canada’s Olympic officials looked hopefully skyward, as the white stuff was not plentiful […]

Books and Pieces March 2010

AS I write this, it’s early spring here in Portland, with flowers abloom and abundant sunshine. Ironically, while luxuriating in the present, I have been reading books that embrace the past. In my quest to explore both technology and books, and sometimes their combination, I listened to Phillippa Gregory’s riveting fictionalized retelling of the war […]

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