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Judith van Praag
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Attended UCLA Extension, Gerrit Rietveld Academie
Lives in Seattle, WA
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Petje af voor Oliver Sacks - Rust zacht.
Chapeau Oliver Sacks voor het delen van al dat wat ons mensen bijzonder maakt, petje af voor het ontsluiten van de bizarre wereld. Zo'n 30 jaar geleden maakte ik kennis met het werk van Oliver Sacks. Zijn boek  The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat  was ee...
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Important interview about the essence of being, before and after deep depression. 
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Parker Palmer, Andrew Solomon, and Anita Barrows — The Soul in Depression (Feb 26, 2009) by On Being
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When in doubt go for a walkabout.
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I swear I thought I saw him breathe, cover of the album?
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+Judith van Praag He just doesn't breathe..He simply sings ...He's McFerrin
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Petje af voor Oliver Sacks - Rust zacht
Chapeau Oliver Sacks voor het delen van al dat wat ons mensen bijzonder maakt, petje af voor het ontsluiten van de bizarre wereld. Zo'n 30 jaar geleden maakte ik kennis met het werk van Oliver Sacks. Zijn boek The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat  was een...
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In this interview Palmer shares the anecdote about a friend who gave him foot massages, every day. Acte de Presence. 
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[Unedited] Parker Palmer with Krista Tippett (On The Soul In Depression) by On Being
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De Tour de France - Lange Afstand Wielrenner Fanaten
De Tour ging vandaag van start in Utrecht! Dat wist ik vanmorgen vroeg al, maar het was een berichtje van een Tour liefhebber in Seattle, een collega van mijn man, dat me nu aan het schrijven zette. Tientallen jaren geleden leerde ik in Cafe Frascati​ in Am...
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Walkabout for Creativity
Coming to Seattle, I was astonished by how many people preferred to "visit" on foot. No chatting in cafes over coffee and apple pie, but strolls (a paper coffee cup in hand) or brisk walks through one of the Emerald City's 200 parks. More often than not, we...
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Gloria Garfunkel is able to make and break readers' hearts, at least that's how it is with mine. This author weaves a lifetime of experiences, both her own and others' into tightly crafted shorts. Not your daddy's, your bro's or lover's, short shorts, the kinds you can savor one word at a time.
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memoirist, arts & lit journalist/writer, artist/designer
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  • Dutchess Abroad
    journalist/writer, artist/designer, present
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Seattle, WA
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Zandvoort, the Netherlands - Amsterdam - Allardsoog - Roderesch - Groningen - Westwood, CA - Santa Monica, CA - Pacific Palisades, CA - Bel Air, CA - Austin, TX - Wimberley, TX - Seattle, WA - Manchester, CT - Willimantic, CT - Paris, France -
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Writing Artist, Architectural Tourguide and Organic Gardener
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Writing Artist, Organic Cook and Gardener, Cultural Tour Guide, Colorist, Eco Green, sometimes Blue; Pragmatic to the Bone.Originally from the Netherlands I make my home in the Pacific Northwest with husband and pooch. My background lies in multicultural theater. Over time the balance tipped over to studio + literary arts. I'm working on a screenplay based on a novel about art, love and redemption in a cold country, and a memoir about growing up on a nut farm and coming out halfway sane.
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Core members of American/Dutch artist collective Taller Amsterdam called me "Mama Grande" (I wore many a hat). Stood at cradle of Multicultural Theater in the Netherlands with African-American Director Rufus Collins† and Surinamese Director Henk Tjon†. Worked for Netherlands/Turkish Theater Company with Vasif Öngören†. Wrote storybook for three of Luly Yang's Runway Fashion Shows, and was her speech writer. Have been presenting architectural tours of Rem Koolhaas - OMA /LMN's Seattle Central Public Library since the opening in May 2004.
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  • UCLA Extension, Gerrit Rietveld Academie
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J.H.J.S. van Praag
Seeing "loved it" regarding a Holocaust Center seems strange, however if I change my appreciation from 5 to 4 stars, it'll say "Liked it" and that doesn't do this small but excellent educational center enough credit. So, Love it will have to do. We first visited the center to see the exhibition "ENEMY ALIENS": THE INTERNMENT OF JEWISH REFUGEES IN CANADA, 1940-1943. The curation of this exhibit was excellent, and coming from the Netherlands (and Texas) the exhibit taught us things we didn't know yet about that era.The present exhibit on NAZI PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALS 1933-1945 may very well justify another trip across the border.
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Eight years ago we arrived at the Jefferson County Animal Shelter and were greeted by about six large dogs, each in their own kennel. At the very end a little white and caramel pup barked as loud as the big guys "take me, take me." The handlers told us we could open the door to the kennel, and she jumped in my arms. Still reluctant to take on the responsibility I asked what they knew about her beside what was stated on her paperwork. They said she had to be a Basenji terrier mix, gave me a leash and suggested I'd take her for a walk on the grounds. Meanwhile my husband learned there was no —leaving to think it over. "There's two other parties interested, if they return before you, she'll be gone." So here are, Mocha nearly nine. To the nice guys over there, we thank you for telling us not to waste any time!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We used to live a few blocks away from this Trader Joe's. I walked over every day, as though living in Europe again, to pick up daily needs and some friendly banter with staff members. Trader Joe's is still one of our favorite merchants, love the goods, the prices and the attitude.
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We're boring customers, we always eat the same things. Yet, this means we get the best service we can wish for at Azuma. The moment someone sees our faces, whether it's the owner/ sushi chef, his wife or the waiters, we've got our miso soup in front of us about the same time we sit down. Got to love that. Also love the food. It's family friendly, and for some reason (yes!) children who eat at Azumi are well behaved and enjoy their pickin's.
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reviewed 3 years ago