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Frank Wilson
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Mark thy calendar …
Here's a note from my friend and former coleague Jim Remsen: My book launch party is   Sunday, MARCH 5 . (I previously listed an incorrect date, oops.) So to clarify: The party is   Sunday, March 5 , at   1 p.m. , at the Waverly Community House in Waverly, ...

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Something to think on …
When you have mastered numbers, you will in fact no longer be reading numbers, any more than you read words when reading books. You will be reading meanings. — W. E. B. Du Bois , born on this date in 1868

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Blogging note …
I am at The Inquirer. So I won't be blogging again until later.

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It is never until one realizes that one means something to others that one feels there is any point or purpose in one's own existence. — Stefan Zweig , who died on this date in 1942

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Art show …
I think Felix is one of the most interesting painters around.

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Some writers confuse authenticity, which they ought always to aim at, with originality, which they should never bother about. — W. H. Auden , born on this date in 1907

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Faith is not a thing which one 'loses', we merely cease to shape our lives by it. — Georges Bernanos , born on this date in 1888

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Inquirer reviews …
…  Georges Simenon's Maigret novels: A Game of Pretend with a Gallic Soul . …   Wonderful translation of Alexander Pushkin's prose writings . …  'My (Not So) Perfect Life' by Sophie Kinsella: Fizzy, with a touch of wisdom . The headline on this post is some...

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Art is a collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does the better. — André Gide , who died on this date in 1951

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Beauty is merciless. You do not look at it, it looks at you and does not forgive. — Nikos Kazantzakis , born on this date in 1883
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