Yes, AOL had notified its users that the "hometown" home pages would be discontinued, so I guess I should remove that URL from my A|N profile. Unfortunately, even though AOL told us how to save the profile info, I didn't do it before it was too late. I'll have to think about a profile I might be able to send you.
2) I checked the schedule for the current Lyric Opera of Chicago season, and they are not doing Rosenkavalier. I did see it there, quite a few years ago. I'll check out the schedule for next season when it's made public, this Spring.
3) Is there a way we can email each other directly, i.e. privately?
4) Need to mention: I am not sure that I'd count as as big a film buff as you are but I attend a film group here in our community that screens and discusses films once a week.
5) A Mexicophile, eh? Last winter I spent two weeks in Puerto Vallarta, sharing a rented condo, and would do it again if I could find someone to share with. (Last year's roomie says he can't go this year.)
Hi Jim! its nice to hear from you and your apreciation for México , is a very colorful surreal place, i have this hate-love relationship with my city... I live in coyoacán a very nice part of the city, with colonial buildings and little streets, almost like a little town in the middle of the city. Letme know you are here in your next visit I promise you a supertour ... what a nice post... Have fun!
I am seeking input from members on the history of atheism in the motion picture. I know Bunuel, Pasolini, others. Who do you think of as an atheist filmmaker? I think you could nominate people as disparate as Max Ophuls and Sam Pekinpah, for example, for various reasons. Who else?