Monthly Archives: April 2015

Talladega 1970

We went there in May. I was supposed to take some photos for Cycle News, but we made a family vacation out of it. It was the first time anybody had been to Alabama. Here’s how the course looks today. … Continue reading

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The Man Who Knew Too Much

G.K. Chesterton from Wikipedia Alfred Hitchcock directed The Man Who Knew Too Much, which was released in 1934 and featured the diabolical Peter Lorre. Hitchcock reprised the theme 22 years later, this time without Lorre, but with James Stewart and … Continue reading

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Take The “A” Train

It was Monday, and we had reserved our tickets. It was at the San Antonio Museum of Art on Jones Avenue (and also adjacent to the River Walk). Celebrating the 100th anniversary of composer Billy Strayhorn, it was an intimate … Continue reading

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