Author Archives: marycatherinelunsford

About marycatherinelunsford

On the quest to reinventing, Morphing into Author is my newest adventure.

Pinpolitics

“I am a child of the sixties, and I do not go into that dark night, quietly,” I recently told a friend.

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The Book of Wellington Part 4

You realize, of course, that there is not enough paper in the world to hold the stories about Milord Wellington. Here we will include the bare minimum, just for remembrance sake, but before we launch into the litany, let us preface by saying: Continue reading

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The Book of Wellington Part 3

You realize, of course, that there is not enough paper in the world to hold the stories about Milord Wellington. Here we will include the bare minimum, just for remembrance sake, but before we launch into the litany, let us preface by saying: Continue reading

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Book of Wellington Part 2

You realize, of course, that there is not enough paper in the world to hold the stories about Milord Wellington. Here we will include the bare minimum, just for remembrance sake, but before we launch into the litany, let us preface by saying: Continue reading

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The Book of Wellington Part 1

 Milord Randolph Wellington Bowles A series of excerpts from the entire book, which is made possible through the compilation of stories submitted by the many friends and family of Milord. The Book of Wellington by Milady MCatherine

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Oregon Symphony Pops

Year: 1987 Show: Irving Berlin Centennial Celebration Maestro: Norman Leyden Venue: Schnitzer Hall Artist: MCatherine Lunsford

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The Whole

Mary McCaslin told me about The Whole in Glendale and picked me up one evening to attend one of her performances.

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