Monthly Archives: May 2012

My Family at the Holocaust Museum : the Book Signing Brothers

The photo above features, Sam Offen, left, Nathan Offen, middle [my dad] and Bernard Offen right. These three men ranging in age from 83 through 91, all have a shared experience they have written about. These three men survived the … Continue reading

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Art in Washington DC

_ Greetings from Washington DC, Immersed in the humid weather of Washington, went to many museums. These photos are from the Hirshorn show entitled Suprasensorial. The show features large scale light installations from 5 South American artists. Lucio Fontana, Julio … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

What a beautiful sunny day in the Northwest,  a wonderful Mothers day. Sitting at Toulouse Petit on Lower Queen Anne, sipping a Fleur D’Lys and awaiting an order of Beignets. Old classic rock and roll is playing, people are smiling, … Continue reading

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The One by One Dinner at Benroya Hall

What is Fistula? You ask. This is a condition from obstructed labor that forces women to live with a horrible leaking condition, of urine. Most women in Africa wish they had died of fistula. This is a very treatable condition. … Continue reading

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The One to One Dinner at Benroya Hall

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The One to One Dinner

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