Sunday Scenes- February 16, 2014

yellow boat

It is Sunday, once again, and time for Sunday Scenes. Sunday Scenes does not necessarily imply there will be a photograph, but there usually is. It is just my way of titling my blog post on a given Sunday.

First off, why not go and browse the links at Havel Havelim, the Jewish Blogger’s Carnival.

Did you know that Shel Silverstein’s book, The Giving Tree has turned fifty years old? You will be able to read it digitally, through HarperCollins Publishing.

To The Point: Posters by Dan Reisinger, is an exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center, through April 20, 2014.

I finished reading Goliath’s Head, by Alan Fleishman. It was quite compelling.

Let us remember Sid Caesar, and his amazing contributions to comedy and TV. z”l

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6 responses to “Sunday Scenes- February 16, 2014

  1. I didn’t realize The Giving Tree was 50 years old. I’m going to have to go back and read it again. Sid Caesar was a marvelous talent.

  2. Book sounds unteresting. Photo looks like a nice place to be. And I did not about Sid Caesar (BDE).

  3. You seem to have had a very mild winter. I read there was a shortage if water in some areas. I hope you are not affected.

    • We have had a mild one, yes, even for the fact it is SoCA. We are in a severe drought throughout the state. So far I have not been affected, fingers crossed. Crops have been terribly affected, though. Some are limiting water usage for lawns, etc. Some lakes have dried to the point they can’t be used for boating.

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