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Posted on December 11 at 9:42 a.m.
I wrote a letter to the Independent after the Adelfos last performance and it was not printed. Now suddenly there is a fine review - it's about time. This group performs unpaid - it is a tragedy. In this City which includes so many wealthy people one would think that talent like this would be rewarded. I hope in future people will donate to this extraordinary ensemble. I am a singer who lived in NYC for 20 years and do not ever remember a group of this sort with the excellence of performance they maintain. Kudos to wonderful Temmo Korisheli on his continued hard work and love of music which he shares so willingly.
On Adelfos Ensemble
Posted on June 6 at 12:40 a.m.
One wonders what kind of exploratory surgery was necessary that caused her death considering she had supposedly been in relatively good health. Scary what goes on vis a vis the medical community in SB. So glad I had major surgery in LA.
On Naomi Schwartz Dies
Posted on June 4 at 6:19 p.m.
It is rather amazing that one who sits on City Council is so ignorant not to realize that we live in a two party society and that puritanical politics unfortunately do not exist. In a perfect world all the issues you accuse Obama of ignoring will not happen until our governmental system of legislature is changed. Obama is not the problem. The problem are hypocrites like you who supported Mr. Rouse's campaign for City Council. Not voting for Obama is not going to change anything. It will just help infect our system more. Your position is one based on ignorance, not wisdom. Perhaps you should consider your own political future as not the continued career choice for you.
Posted on June 4 at 6:10 p.m.
Naomi was one of the few true politicians and human beings in this community. She did not have an agenda and seemingly did not stir up problems within the local Democratic party. She was totally trustworthy. Because of her I was comfortable being appointed to a county committee which I enjoyed serving on for quite some time. Her passing is a huge loss. She will indeed be missed
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