Archive » January 10, 2008
By SYVJ Staff
Dear Mrs. Crawford-Hall,
Here is some information about the music series sponsored by Dunn. I believe you attended the Gilles Apap concert last year. Here is the information that you could possibly use in the newspaper. These are world-class musicians.
The opportunity to enjoy first-class chamber music on two Friday evenings with passionate chamber musicians from all over the world takes place at St. Mark’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church in Los Olivos.
On Mar. 7, two artists new to the series, Ruslan Biryukov and Mary Au. Mar. 14, special guest violinist, Gilles Apap, will appear with The Celtic Fiddle Festival.
General seating is $35, preferred seating $55, for the concerts that begin every Friday evening at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by contacting Rose Knoles or Dunn School at 688-6471.
Congratulations on having a newspaper with news of the Valley,
I am writing about the owner of the Mandarin Touch, and his quest to stop the man who is a “serial litigant.” I am referring to the handicapped man who has sued and sued people, claiming to have been discriminated against.
It is rare that an individual puts his principles before his pocketbook.
I spoke to Phil one evening and inquired about his legal battle with this horrible individual, who has harmed so many with his false and malicious claims.
Phil told me he pursued the case, knowing he will lose thousands of dollars, because he wanted to stop this person from hurting anyone else. I thanked him, as a fellow citizen who is frustrated watching people use the law to break the law.
So if you feel the way I do, next time you are going out to dinner, consider supporting Phil by dining at his restaurant. I know I will. Thanks again, Phil.