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[Photo: South Pacific at Bloomingdales]<br>Rogers &amp; Hammerstein South Pacific at Lincoln Center Theater<br>11 TONY Nominations
[Photo: South Pacific at Bloomingdales]
Rogers & Hammerstein South Pacific at Lincoln Center Theater
11 TONY Nominations

southpacificmusical.com
tonyawards.com/en_US/nominees/ ... 0446311140.html

Music Sampler: amazon.com/gp/recsradio/radio/B0017I1G0W
Video Recording Session: amazon.com/Rodgers-Hammerstein ... y/dp/B0017I1G0W (04:58)

"Alma de Bandoneón" continúa en el Museo Renault (Cristina Rivera)

martes, 27 de mayo de 2008 06:08
"ALMA DE BANDONEON" CONTINUA!

Cristina Rivera

ALMA DE BANDONEÓN
CRISTINA RIVERA
FOTOGRAFÍAS
ALMA DE BANDONEÓN
CRISTINA RIVERA
FOTOGRAFÍAS

Hola familia GEBA,

"ALMA DE BANDONEÓN" CONTINUA...... una serie de fotografías de tango basadas en la pasión, el abrazo......... el alma del bandoneón.
Para todos aquellos que todavía no pudieron asistir les cuento que están a tiempo de visitarla.
Los espero, cariños
Cristina

CRISTINA RIVERA
estudio fotográfico
cristinarivera.com.ar
cel. 15 40 92 60 26
tel. 4704-7053

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Junio Cultural en el Consejo (Susana Santorsola)

Comisión de Cultura lunes, 26 de mayo de 2008 13:49
Actividades culturales mes de junio

Susana Santórsola

Buenas tardes Sr. Augusto Lapeyre:
De acuerdo con lo conversado con la Dra. Susana Santorsola, le detallo para su difusión, las actividades que se realizarán en el Consejo Profesional de Ciencias Económicas de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires en el mes de junio:

Ciclo Jóvenes Noveles
Recital de piano a cargo de Ramiro Campodónico
Día y hora: Lunes 9 de junio - 13:30
Coordinación: Dra. C.P. M. Cristina Boyadjian

Ocampo Tango
Espectáculo de tango con la voz de Graciela Ocampo,
músicos y pareja de baile
Día y hora: Viernes 13 de junio – 19:00
Coordinación: Dra. C.P. Susana I. Santorsola

Peña "La Azotea"
Danzas Folklóricas Argentinas
Con la participación del cuerpo de danzas de Roque Pérez
Profesor y coreógrafo: Sr. Juan Cruz Guillén
(ex balilarín de "El Chúcaro")
Día y hora: Viernes 20 de junio – 19:00
Coordinación: Dra. C.P. Susana I. Santorsola

"Fileteado Porteño" Arte argentino
Conferencia por Alfredo Genovese
con proyección de diapositivas
Día y hora: Viernes 27 de junio - 19:00
Coordinación: C.P. Andrea Merlo

ENTRADA GRATUITA

Auditorio "Prof. Juan A. Arévalo" - Viamonte 1549 -6° Piso - Ciudad de Buenos Aires

Desde ya, muchas gracias.

Atte.

Sandra G. Mattesco
Cultura
5382-9387

Rakatan in London

The Guardian, 20 May 2008:
The Cuban troupe Havana Rakatan has returned to London for a month-long residency at the Peacock theatre. The company's 14 dancers will be strutting their stuff in a performance capturing Cuba's colourful dance and musical styles. See what's in store ...

[Photograph: Congas Productions]
Havana Rakatan's performances are choreographed by Nilda Guerra
Photograph: Congas Productions
Havana Rakatan's performances are choreographed by Nilda Guerra [fuente]
guardian.co.uk/arts/gallery/20 ... cture=334240156

guardian.co.uk/arts/gallery/20 ... cture=334240156

A Chorus Line a the Schoenfeld Theatre

jueves, 22 de mayo de 2008 06:25
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Visit BroadwayOffers.com or call (212) 947-8844 and use code CLLNW62 or bring this email to the Schoenfeld Theatre, 236 West 45th St.

American Ballet Theater performs through July 12 at the Metropolitan Opera House

The New York Times, May 21, 2008
Dance Review

Excerpts >From the Season, and a Return of Old Friends

[Sara Krulwich/The New York Times]
American Ballet Theater’s Opening Night Gala on Monday featured the company premiere of Jessica Lang’s “Splendid Isolation III,” with Irina Dvorovenko, above, on a program that showcased the coming season.
Sara Krulwich/The New York Times
American Ballet Theater’s Opening Night Gala on Monday featured the company premiere of Jessica Lang’s “Splendid Isolation III,” with Irina Dvorovenko, above, on a program that showcased the coming season. [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/05/21/arts/dance/21gala.html

By GIA KOURLAS

No matter the sense of occasion that a ballet gala affords — the gowns, the celebrity sightings, the air kisses — once the actual dancing gets under way, it’s best to consider the expression “one step forward, two steps back.” If you’re lucky, by the end the steps might more or less equal out, as they did on Monday night, when American Ballet Theater opened its spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House.

The excerpt-a-thon mixture of season highlights included sections from “The Merry Widow,” “Giselle” and “Le Corsaire,” along with three complete short ballets. The highlight was the revival of “Judgment of Paris,” a comic gem from 1938 (and out of Ballet Theater’s repertory since 1958) by Antony Tudor, in which the Greek legend is set in a dive, a bar so dilapidated that you practically smell its stale smoke. The misery extends to its staff: a wearied Waiter (Victor Barbee) and three creaky chorus girls.

Along with Mr. Barbee, the company’s associate artistic director and an actor of subtle persuasion, the cast welcomed back four other former principal dancers: Kevin McKenzie, Ballet Theater’s artistic director (the Client); Kathleen Moore (Juno); Martine van Hamel (Venus); and Bonnie Mathis (Minerva).

Walking across the stage, their bodies pitched forward, their knobby knees dipping and rising, the aging dancers try to seduce the Client with solos. Juno, wobbling, brandishes a black lace fan; Venus, whose act involves hoops, can barely squeeze her hips through them; and Minerva, dragging a boa as limp as the tail of a soggy cat, makes a sad attempt at the splits. The Client points to Venus as the winner and then passes out cold. Of course, he is robbed of every last belonging.

All of the performers were excellent, though as Venus, Ms. van Hamel, wearing a pitiful blond wig, was a most hilarious wreck. It’s true that “Judgment of Paris,” staged by Diana Byer and Sallie Wilson, who died last month and to whom the performance was dedicated, would benefit from a more intimate theater. In the fall Ballet Theater — with the same cast — will reprise the work at City Center, an engagement not to be missed.

The program also showcased a parade of current principal dancers, including Irina Dvorovenko and Maxim Beloserkovsky, both overwrought, in the company premiere of Jessica Lang’s “Splendid Isolation III.” (Splendid it was not, but at least we were spared versions I and II.) Diana Vishneva, somewhat improved in Michel Fokine’s “Dying Swan,” managed to hush the theater with a furtive interpretation in which she was altogether more creature than ballerina.

The immense talent of David Hallberg was wasted on the Von Rothbart solo from “Swan Lake,” and Herman Cornejo’s turn in Conrad’s variation from “Le Corsaire” was entirely too fleeting. Julie Kent and Marcelo Gomes, in a pas de deux from John Cranko’s “Onegin,” were magnetic despite the hokey melodrama.

And in excerpts from “Études,” by Harald Lander, Angel Corella managed to squeeze every last drop out of the insipid choreography. By sheer force, he put the company one step ahead.

American Ballet Theater performs through July 12 at the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center; (212) 362-6000, abt .org.

nytimes.com/2008/05/21/arts/dance/21gala.html

[Photo: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times]
Kathleen Moore, Martine Van Hamel and Bonnie Mathis in "Judgment of Paris."
"The highlight was the revival of 'Judgment of Paris,' a comic gem from 1938 (and out of Ballet Theater’s repertory since 1958) by Antony Tudor, in which the Greek legend is set in a dive, a bar so dilapidated that you practically smell its stale smoke. The misery extends to its staff: a wearied Waiter (Victor Barbee) and three creaky chorus girls."
Photo: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times
Kathleen Moore, Martine Van Hamel and Bonnie Mathis in "Judgment of Paris."
"The highlight was the revival of 'Judgment of Paris,' a comic gem from 1938 (and out of Ballet Theater’s repertory since 1958) by Antony Tudor, in which the Greek legend is set in a dive, a bar so dilapidated that you practically smell its stale smoke. The misery extends to its staff: a wearied Waiter (Victor Barbee) and three creaky chorus girls." [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/05/ ... LIDESHOW_4.html

Cuevas, Buceo, Rafting y Cascadas en Jamaica (María Laura García)

miércoles, 21 de mayo de 2008 09:06
Out of Office AutoReply: Newsletter Aerolatino-Geba exclusiva para suscriptores, mié 21 mayo 2008

María Laura García

No hay problema con publicarlo.

De Jamaica te paso algunos detalles:
- Estuvimos (me fui con mi novio) en las ciudades de: Ocho Ríos, Negril, y Montego Bay (TE MANDO FOTITOS).
Algunas cosas que hicimos:
- Buceamos en Ocho Ríos
- Fuimos a hacer Rafting en el big river que cruza la selva (fueron en total 4hs de rafting !!)
- Fuimos a unas cuevas en el medio de la selva (Windsor caves) en la montaña
- Fuimos a subir las cascadas en Ocho Rios (trepas por entre medio de las piedras desde que termina la cascada (son como 40 minutos de subida por las piedras y el agua)
- Visitmos las aguas fosforescentes (Glistenning Waters) y las cascadas de YS Falls

Las fotitos son:
En Dunn’s Falls (Ocho Ríos)
Windsor Caves
En las playas de Negril
En la playita del hotel de Ocho Ríos
En YS Falls
Montego Bay

Augusto Lapeyre miércoles, 21 de mayo de 2008 05:31

- Laura, ¿remember the Newsletter? jajajá ! Felices vacaciones y mandá foto. Cordial saludito Augusto

The Busby Berkeley Collection, 3: Footlight Parade, 1933

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imdb.com/title/tt0024028

Directed by Lloyd Bacon, USA 1933

Chester Kent (Cagney) is a Broadway stage director, desperate for work now that talking pictures have affected his trade. He gets the idea of producing live prologues to tour around the country's movie theatres, but his love life, casting and a competitor stealing his ideas all cause him problems. What would be a typical Warner Brothers musical is enlivened by Cagney. A whirling dervish bound for ulcers, his suggestion that someone who has wound him up should jump out of a window is priceless. The Busby Berkeley choreographed dance sequences are quite breathtaking.

Excerpt from Channel 4 located HERE

Posters

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Theatrical Release: September 30th, 1933
Reviews More Reviews DVD Reviews
DVD Review: Warner - Region 1,2,3,4 - NTSC

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DVD Box Cover

Also part of The Busby Berkeley Collection with Footlight Parade / Gold Diggers of 1933 / Dames / Gold Diggers of 1935 and 42nd Street.

Distribution
Warner Home Video - Region 1,2,3,4 - NTSC
Runtime 1:43:16
Video 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
Average Bitrate: 5.55 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s
Audio English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Subtitles English, Spanish French, None
Features
Release Information: Studio: Warner Home Video
Aspect Ratio: Original Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
Edition Details:
• New Featurette Footlight Parade: Music for the Decades
2 Vintage Featurettes:
• Rambling 'Round Radio Row #8
• Vaudeville Reel #1
2 Vintage Cartoons:
• Honeymoon Hotel
• Young and Healthy
• Theatrical Trailer

DVD Release Date: March 21st, 2006
Collection is 5 Keep Cases inside a cardboard box
Chapters: 23

Comments:
Firstly, this film is among the best of the 1930's musicals in this collection. Snappy dialogue delivered with panache by the likes of Jimmy Cagney, the sexy Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, and Ruby Keeler help again establish Berkeley's dominance in this limited genre era. This is a very enjoyable film.
The image quality is at Warner's excellent remastered status - great contrast, good detail, well-appointed optional subtitles and a host of extras that, for the most part, are relevant to the film. Now there are some speckles occasionally but overall Warner have done some good work here - no scrimping.
Gary W. Tooze

DVD Menus

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Subtitle Sample

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Rubby Keeler, Dick Powell, Frank Mc Hugh,

Screen Captures

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James Cagney, Joan Blondell

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(¿ Jean Rogers ?)

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Photos

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imdb.com/media/rm2782564864/tt0024028

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classicmoviefavorites.com/berk ... /footlight.html

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sixmartinis.blogspot.com/2007/ ... big-screen.html

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musicals101.com/1930film2.htm

Footlight Parade
(Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

1933: American entertainer Ruby Keeler (1910 - 1993) dressed as a cat for the Hollywood musical 'Footlight Parade', directed by Lloyd Bacon for Warner Brothers.

jamd.com/search?text=Ruby+Keel ... assetid=3298941

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Ruby Keeler as "Shanghai Lil" with James Cagney at left.

harrywarrenmusic.com/indimovie ... ightparade.html

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sheilaomalley.com/archives/2005_11.html

Animation
Below is an animation the production number "By A Waterfall" from this film. To view, click on the image.
(PLEASE ALLOW FOR ANIMATIONS TO LOAD)

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classicmoviefavorites.com/berk ... y/footlight.gif

Links Videos:
Cat Women: es.youtube.com/watch?v=iaC7epL2k0s (02:48)
Ruby Keeler & Dick Powell - Honeymoon Hotel (08:25): es.youtube.com/watch?v=WLYwSJMJoDo
James Cagney, Shangai Lil' (09:26): es.youtube.com/watch?v=BXk1k0HPAPg
Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Busby Berkeley By a Waterfall (10:10): es.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy6I1oXIIpw
Frank Mc Hugh, Dick Powell, Busby Berkeley Footlight Parade "Ah The Moon Is Here" (02:49): es.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaeRwyoNEtg
Footlight Parade (1933) Trailer: es.youtube.com/watch?v=EjHunTgbJSU (03:17)
Busby Berkeley Behind The Scenes Footlight Parade (10:24): es.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pj5mKw4U8k

Vintage Film Poster

Gold Diggers of 1937, The heyday of the Warner Bros./Busby Berkeley musicals was on the wane by 1936. Hollywood musicals by the mid-30s were starting to shift to "book numbers," with characters singing and dancing when they should have been talking or walking. "Gold Diggers of 1937" is an attempt by Berkeley to follow this trend, but still hang onto what had worked in the past for him. The films best musical number is "All's Fair In Love and War".
Gold Diggers of 1937, The heyday of the Warner Bros./Busby Berkeley musicals was on the wane by 1936. Hollywood musicals by the mid-30s were starting to shift to "book numbers," with characters singing and dancing when they should have been talking or walking. "Gold Diggers of 1937" is an attempt by Berkeley to follow this trend, but still hang onto what had worked in the past for him. The films best musical number is "All's Fair In Love and War". [fuente]
classicmoviefavorites.com/berk ... lddigger37.html

El Logotipo de Hoy

Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific (The New Broadway Cast)
Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific (The New Broadway Cast) [fuente]
amazon.com/gp/product/images/B0017I1G0W

Coplita

Si la sierra te aburre,
serrana hermosa,
dejá la serranía,
vení a mi choza.

Fuente:
Jorge M. Furt
Cancionero Popular Rioplatense: Lírica Gauchesca Tomo II
Alicante : Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2003
Edición digital basada en la de Buenos Aires, Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1925.
cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/S ... 91/p0000006.htm
[1978 (Catamarca)]

Imágenes de Salida

National Gallery of Art, 4th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Ducarre at the Ambassadeurs (Ducarre aux ambassadeurs), 1893
Rosenwald Collection
1947.7.170
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Ducarre at the Ambassadeurs (Ducarre aux ambassadeurs), 1893
Rosenwald Collection
1947.7.170 [fuente]
nga.gov/cgi-bin/pimage?33945_0_0

Arte al Dia Internacional, 14 de Junio de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO antoniaguzman.com.ar/index.htm

Antonia Guzmán
Espectantes
2005
13 x 9 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas
Antonia Guzmán
Espectantes
2005
13 x 9 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas

Christie's, 22 May 2008

JOAN MIRO
Derrière le miroir: one plate (M. 196; see C. books 26)
lithograph, 1953, on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered 28/100, the full sheet, the colors slightly attenuated, the palest light-staining, otherwise in good condition
S. 15¼ x 11 in. (387 x 279 mm.)
JOAN MIRO
Derrière le miroir: one plate (M. 196; see C. books 26)
lithograph, 1953, on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered 28/100, the full sheet, the colors slightly attenuated, the palest light-staining, otherwise in good condition
S. 15¼ x 11 in. (387 x 279 mm.) [fuente]
christies.com/LotFinder/lot_de ... bjectID=5062971

Price Realized
$3,500
Estimate
$4,000 - $6,000
Sale Information
Sale 1990
Prints And Multiples
29 - 30 April 2008
New York, Rockefeller Plaza

Arte al Dia Internacional, 15 de Noviembre de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO pablodimasso.com.ar

Pablo Di Masso
CON MALENA
2008
21 x 29.7 cm
Pablo Di Masso
CON MALENA
2008
21 x 29.7 cm
pablodimasso.com.ar

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 MARCH 2008
Heinrich Zille (1858-1929)

[Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin]
"Greetings from the Wannsee," a chalk drawing by Heirich Zille
“What matters is not how much he resembled other turn-of-the-last-century artists — artists who like him trafficked in the new, modern metropolis and its swarming lower class, and who were often more original, influential stylists than he was. What matters is why Berliners still love him now.”
Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin
"Greetings from the Wannsee," a chalk drawing by Heirich Zille
“What matters is not how much he resembled other turn-of-the-last-century artists — artists who like him trafficked in the new, modern metropolis and its swarming lower class, and who were often more original, influential stylists than he was. What matters is why Berliners still love him now.” [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/03/ ... IDESHOW_10.html

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 04 APRIL 2008
Murakami at the Brooklyn Museum

[Photo: Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Comapany]
Even more spellbinding is a new animation dreamed up by Mr. Murakami and his company, Kaikai Kiki. “Planting the Seeds,” an instant classic, stars Kaikai and Kiki, two spirit guides in footy pajamas who are probably descended from Mr. DOB. They travel the world in a living spacecraft that gives new meaning to the term “mother ship.” Extraordinarily beautiful, with a deeply Japanese respect for nature, the tale suggests that there is no such thing as waste through a hilarious emphasis on manure — or as the three-eyed Kiki squeaks at the top of his/her tiny lungs, “Poop??!!”
Photo: Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Comapany
Even more spellbinding is a new animation dreamed up by Mr. Murakami and his company, Kaikai Kiki. “Planting the Seeds,” an instant classic, stars Kaikai and Kiki, two spirit guides in footy pajamas who are probably descended from Mr. DOB. They travel the world in a living spacecraft that gives new meaning to the term “mother ship.” Extraordinarily beautiful, with a deeply Japanese respect for nature, the tale suggests that there is no such thing as waste through a hilarious emphasis on manure — or as the three-eyed Kiki squeaks at the top of his/her tiny lungs, “Poop??!!” [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/04/ ... 404-MURA_7.html

Galería de fotos aerolotaino-geba

Inés Araujo, Susana Santorsola, Cristina Rivera, Mónica Cataldo
En el Museo Renault, Alma de Bandoneón, 9 de mayo 2008
Inés Araujo, Susana Santorsola, Cristina Rivera, Mónica Cataldo
En el Museo Renault, Alma de Bandoneón, 9 de mayo 2008

THE NEW YORK SUN 21 MAY 2008

[CHRISTIE’S]
HOME-GROWN TALENT Today’s sale of American art at Christie’s includes Marsden Hartley’s ‘Lighthouse’ (1915), estimated at between $5 million and $7 million.
CHRISTIE’S
HOME-GROWN TALENT Today’s sale of American art at Christie’s includes Marsden Hartley’s ‘Lighthouse’ (1915), estimated at between $5 million and $7 million. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN 21 MAY 2008

MEN FOR THE AGES ay Einie, do you really think you understand yourself?’ George Bernard Shaw asks Albert Einstein in a 1921 cartoon by Oliver Herford. Einstein replies, ‘No, Bernie — do you?
MEN FOR THE AGES ay Einie, do you really think you understand yourself?’ George Bernard Shaw asks Albert Einstein in a 1921 cartoon by Oliver Herford. Einstein replies, ‘No, Bernie — do you? [fuente]

Cannes 2008, MARDI 20 MAI , Le Figaro, 21/05

EN IMAGES - Montée des marches de Sharon Stone, de l'équipe du film L'Echange de Clint Eastwood, présentation du film hors-compétition Maradona par Kusturica...
EN IMAGES - Montée des marches de Sharon Stone, de l'équipe du film L'Echange de Clint Eastwood, présentation du film hors-compétition Maradona par Kusturica... [fuente]
assets.madame.lefigaro.fr/pole ... -de-cannes/2008

- Mami ! Cannes anticipa la moda de verano y está marcando que se viene el recorte para que las bailadoras y gimnastas de Geba puedan mostrar a partir de diciembre el resultado de sus clases !

Manchester United 22 May 2008

THE NEW YORK SUN , 22 MAY 2008

[ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/GETTY]
MADNESS IN MOSCOW Manchester United players celebrate after Edwin van der Sar saved the final shot.
ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/GETTY
MADNESS IN MOSCOW Manchester United players celebrate after Edwin van der Sar saved the final shot. [fuente]

Bailador ! No te tengo que decir quién es el 32 ! Bailadora ! Sí, acertaste ! El Carlito Tevez., doble campeón con el Manchester United.

daily.nysun.com/Daily/Skins/NY ... n/navigator.asp Page 30

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 24 MAY 2008
Celebrity Shots

[Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown]
Traci Bingham at the Social Hollywood Club
Actress Traci Bingham attends the In Touch Weekly's Summer Stars Party at the Social Hollywood Club in Los Angeles, Calif., on May 22.
Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown
Traci Bingham at the Social Hollywood Club
Actress Traci Bingham attends the In Touch Weekly's Summer Stars Party at the Social Hollywood Club in Los Angeles, Calif., on May 22. [fuente]
latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2

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