Monthly Archives: January 2013

Photographer’s Eye: Reflections on Dianne Heatherington

Phil Morris photographed Dianne Heatherington for nearly twenty years. He has previously written about his impressions of Dianne and her times. Here, he comments further (reproduced with permission): Around 1981, I was living in Regina. I saw Dianne during a … Continue reading

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Soul Survivor Story: Photographer of The Times

In relation to, Soul Survivor, the long-lost film on the late Canadian singer, Dianne Heatherington, about which I wrote previously, photographer Phil Morris commented as follows (reproduced with permission): At the time, I was a photographer on the Toronto music … Continue reading

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Date of Death II

Neil Remington Abramson, whom I have known since I was six years old, previously commented on the finalities. This year, both of us will be 60, assuming both of us live that long. Neil commented further, as follows (e-mail correspondence … Continue reading

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Date of Death

Neil Remington Abramson commented on finalities, as follows (e-mail correspondence reproduced with permission): If you set an arbitrary date of death, in my case the first is around 70 close to 71, when my first grandfather died; while the second … Continue reading

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Over to

Sons of Champlin, where things moveonup:

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Secondary, Primary

Sometimes a secondary character in a film or TV series ends up assuming a primary role. The essence of the film or TV series becomes intertwined with this particular character. Found this to be so with respect to Don Konkey, … Continue reading

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Such Richness

One of the concerns expressed to the Task Force about the competencies approach was that a “list” cannot begin to capture the richness of a law school education – the community in which one begins to think like a lawyer … Continue reading

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