INDY LOVING LONDON: Before hitting up Buckingham Palace this summer to see the changing of the guard, sisters Natalie (left) and Camille (center) Wyss and their friend Emily Clark (right)—all three Dos Pueblos High students—stopped outside a London phone booth to pose for a photo with a copy of The Independent. The sisters’ mom, Susan Walker, brought a copy so that the Clarks, who were on an extended sabbatical in England, could see what was happening in Santa Barbara. “My husband and I have been regular readers of The Indy since we relocated here from N.Y.C. in 1989,” said Walker, who was drawn to the paper because it had a similar look and tone as the Village Voice. “The first place I always go is the News of the Week—it’s a great synopsis of what’s been going on locally and brings me up-to-speed on issues that have somehow slipped under my radar screen. Then I always jump to see what the Angry Poodle has to say—always spot on, clever, and amazingly articulate for a dog!”
Natalie (left) and Camille (center) Wyss and their friend Emily Clark (right).
Indy Loving London
Thursday, September 9, 2010
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