Thursday, June 30, 2011

Welcome to A Lady of Letters

Here's the summer edition of Bay Nature Magazine - As part of my research I took a kayaking class and two wonderful trips on the Bay!

(photo © by Kathleen Goodwin)

Wednesday, June 1, 2011


Book review for Michael Laughrin's North American Jyotish newsletter: a world-famous psychiatrist describes the effects of the TM technique through the lens of personal anecdotes by business leaders, artist, scientists corroborated by hundreds of scientific studies.

Transcendence, Healing and Transformation through Transcendental Meditation by Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D.
She is Guan Yin, protector and compassionate saint. She is Frieda Kahlo, fierce and courageous artist. She is Medussa, beauty whose vanity orchestrated her own demise. These are some of the images used by choreographer Paris Wages to express the many facets of womanhood in her new production, Google Woman.


Smuin Ballet Keeps the Momentum Going

Choo San Goh, the late choreographer (and a casualty of the AIDS virus) was known as one of the brightest lights in the late 20th century's ballet world. Astonishingly, his work has never been seen by San Francisco audiences - until now.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Speaking with the Stars...of Dance

ODC San Francisco hosts the first choreography competition in the Bay Area:

Fable and Faith: conversation with Robert Moses

Here is the Convozine interview with Robert Moses in a preview of his latest piece, Fable and Faith: