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- I. Compton-Burnett, letter to Francis King (1969)

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Sunday, 11 July 2004

Topic: Photos

New stuff...

Volume 2, Number 27 (Sunday, July 11, 2004) of Just Above Sunset is now on line. Entries here will resume tomorrow, or late this evening.

This week's issue of Just Above Sunset- brings you news of Michael Moore Week in Paris, from our correspondent there, with a few photographs. But there is a column this week on Ohio, if Paris isn't your kind of place. In the Kafka column there's a lot of insider press stuff and a friend tells tales trying to shoot an American television documentary in the old Soviet Union (not easy) - and it seems we're not much better these days than the old soviet guys. What else? More than you ever wanted to know about Djibouti, of course. Bob Patterson is back as "The World's Laziest Journalist" and as "The Book Wrangler." There is an automotive column for a change - on the virtuous Prius and where such things are leading us. Photos? Here and there in the articles. And in Photography, Hollywood's new museum and some strange news about palm trees. Enjoy.

Some of this you saw here, but each item has been expanded. Much is new.

The "teaser" photograph? Are you a singer? Is your voice giving out from running up and down and all around the Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute (Die Zauberfl?te) too many times? These folks will fix you up. Right in the middle of Hollywood.

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