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October 2011

WEEKEND IN MICHIGAN PART 2

Posted on October 30, 2011, in My Blog, with 11 Comments

Friday night we had a fantastic dinner party (lots of really good restaurants in Ann Arbor) with Florine Mark, President CEO of Weight Watchers International and Carol Rosenberg, mother of Paul Rosenberg who is long time manager of Eminem and Richard’s college friend who is President and CEO of Jewish Community Services. Turns out the woman who will replace …

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WEEKEND IN MICHIGAN PART 1

Posted on October 29, 2011, in My Blog, with 1 Comment

Richard is an alum and has given scholarship money for the School of Music, Theatre and Dance which now ranks 3rd in the country. This school is unusual in that it combines the performance conservatory functions with the intellectual study of the arts including research. A top tier performing arts school within a top tier research university. And so attract …

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COOKING BEFORE NEW YORK

Posted on October 25, 2011, in My Blog, with 16 Comments

I wanted to cook a romantic dinner before my trip to New York where I will be receiving the Shape Magazine Fitness Icon Award at their 30th Anniversary event. Dr Oz is presenting the award to me. I’m excited…a big fan of his. Ah yes, back to my point….I cooked Chicken Curry and served it over with Brown rice with …

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THE CLINTON WEEKEND

Posted on October 17, 2011, in My Blog, with 20 Comments

Friday night :
Richard and I went to the President’s birthday bash/fundraiser at the Hollywood Palladium. It was a really fun party. Jerry Lee Lewis played, and Ronnie Hawkins (President’s Clinton’s favorite musician growing up). Stevie Nicks sang—fantastically. Her voice strong as ever and her band (according to the expert, Richard}, is tops, including the great guitarist, Waddy Wachtel.…

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Joni Mitchell & Bonnie Raitt

Posted on October 11, 2011, in My Blog, with 21 Comments

Had dinner with Joni Mitchell Saturday night. Never met her before but she’s known Richard for ever. I can’t remember when I’ve had a more intense, far-reaching, multifaceted conversation (right from the moment we sat down…no small talk with Joni)—from Christianity, Buddhism, the Gnostics, different forms of meditation, Ego as the original sin, to living in the wilderness north of …

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Three Busy Days in Georgia

Posted on October 7, 2011, in My Blog, with 14 Comments

Monday I was able to grab a bite of food with my daughter, son-in-law and grandkids. I am stunned every time I see them because they seem so grown. I didn’t take any pictures because I forgot my camera. That night I had a fabulous dinner with a table full of my dearest Atlanta friends whom I hadn’t seen in …

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Apple-Walnut Bread

Posted on October 5, 2011, in Recipes, with 6 Comments


 

Apple-Walnut Bread #ratingval# from #reviews# reviews Print
Recipe Type: Dessert Author: Jane Fonda Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 1 hour Total time: 1 hour 20 mins Serves: 8 Tart apples, including Granny Smiths, pippins and Gravensteins, work best for baking. Save sweeter apples such as Red and Golden Delicious, McIntosh and Winesap for eating out of hand. All

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Getting the Shape Award from Dr. Oz!!!

Posted on October 3, 2011, in My Blog, with 9 Comments

At SHAPE magazine’s 30th birthday celebration in New York on October 26th, I am being presented with the the magazine’s Shape Your Life Award. I feel very honored by this. But I am also very cognizant of the people who made this possible for me and I want to name them here. First, there was Jack LaLanne whose original, groundbreaking …

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An Interesting Week

Posted on October 1, 2011, in My Blog, with 9 Comments

Oprah called me out of the blue. I was sitting at my desk, working on my new book, the phone rang, “hello Jane?” in a somewhat husky, soft voice, “yes?”–I had no idea who it was. “It’s Oprah.” OMG! My heart started pounding. I may have told her that, I can’t remember cause I kind of blanked out for a …

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