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Steve Sewall
Works at Oakton Community College
Attended Harvard University
Lived in Nagpur, India
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Fine band!
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Thanks, this is just how it should be.
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nailed it
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"Perrfect" is right!
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Wonderful to have this. This farewell performance, the splendidly chosen piece with which Moore concluded his professional career, and the wonderful wry speech by Moore that preceded it, are at Homage to Gerald Moore , side 4
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This is terrific!
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Thanks again Radjesh. A labor of love to have put this together.
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Great song, nifty video!
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At 1:39:10 Austin Voice youth employees: your segment about your schools.
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Monster cut. Thanks kurokgill. Killer tubas underneath. Heard the flip side, "Drive Me" on  Wolfman Jack in 1967. This man was a genius.
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Thank you Chunyun. Such a wonderful performance this was. At 15:15 Gerald Moore begins his wonderful farewell speech, full of his trademark brand of wry English humor, at the end of which he says, "I would like to say good-bye, and express my thanks to you, in this way . . ." What follows at 19:41 is for me one of the great pure shining moments in music. Love the lady in the audience at the end who exclaims out loud "Lovely".
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Speak up someone, it's tedious hearing myself talk.
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Occupation
Media Entrepreneur. I am working to create a Civic Media that gives all Chicagoland residents an informed voice in shaping the region's future.
Skills
Ability to see the forest for the trees. 30 years' experience studying and improving the interface between Chicago media and Chicagoans.
Employment
  • Oakton Community College
    Instructor of English, present
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Previously
Nagpur, India - Montpelier, France - Geneva, Switzerland - Woodbridge Ct - Cambridge Ma - Berkeley CA - Chicago IL - Glenview IL - Innsbruck, Austria - Santander, Spain - Guatemala City, Guatemela - Christmas Cove Me - Brazzaville, Congo Republic - New Haven CT - Evanston IL
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Visionary. Determined. Curious. Distractable. Likeable. Workaholic. Loyal. Funloving.
Introduction
Grew up in Woodbridge CT, outside New Haven. Father, Richard B Sewall, taught English at Yale for 42 years. Brothers Rick Sewall and Dave Sewall. Son Joey. Have lived for 40 years in the Chicagoland region (city and Glenview). Teach at Oakton Community College. Director, Chicago Civic Media
Bragging rights
Son Joe, sophomore at Glenbrook H.S, a future rock star
Education
  • Harvard University
    English and Sociology, 1960 - 1964
  • Yale University
    English, 1965 - 1966
  • University of California, Berkeley
    18c English Fiction, 1966 - 1991
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My son and I live near Jaspers and Walker Bros. and frequent both spots, with the edge going to Jasper's for its equally good food at better prices (Walker Bros's are inflated; you're paying to see their splendid stained glass windows). Jaspers also has more non-pancake dishes (skillets etc.). We also prefer Jasper's big, sunny, wide-open room. It's less private than Walker Bros' booths but it has a nice community feel. Also, Jasper servers are more fun.
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reviewed 4 months ago
BEST experience! I've used them for years. Down to earth people. Bargain shirts day on Wednesday is 79 cents if you bring in dry cleaning.
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reviewed a year ago
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