Monthly Archives: June 2016

Mogilev-Podolsky examined in 2007 article

Editor’s note:  I noted in a previous post relaying my father’s family history interview with his Uncle Aaron in Rio that the Ukranian town of Mogilev-Podolsky was the Roizen-Diamond family hometown.  This morning, and quite by accident, I stumbled upon this article … Continue reading

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Charlotte Rampling’s unsettling discovery

I finally got around to watching Charlotte Rampling’s recent film, 45 Years.  I liked it.  Even despite some deep flaws.  The film raised interesting questions still rattling around in my mind a couple of days later.  Incidentally, when I know … Continue reading

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