“Forgotten Hollywood”- We’re Off to the Pacific Northwest!

Posted on October 21, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

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   My family and I are off to Washington State for our Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History book-tour through the Pacific Northwest. We’ll be making three stops in our week-long trip.


2010 EDMONDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL – On Saturday, October 23rd, I’ll be making appearances including:

EDMONDS BOOKSHOP – An autograph party is planned at 3:30p. The book store’s address is 111 5th Ave.  

EDMONDS THEATREVIP Red Carpet Movie Screening is on tap starting at 7:30p. The theatre is located at 415 Main St.

EFF2010-logo-final-150px   My entourage (wife and dad) and I will also attend Saturday’s Mixer at The Loft, and an Awards Brunch at Cafe De Paris on Sunday. These VIP events will give us a chance to mingle with event participants including my publicist Barbara Kindness; PBS travel guru Rick Steves; and Trevor Greenfield, co-producer of the five-day Fest. It’s still not too late to purchase tickets to the various events. 


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   On Monday, I’ll be having a reunion dinner with folks from the Book Publishers Network and Danforth Distribution. This will be a chance to relax with my friends who helped me publish, and who currently distribute Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. Expected to attend isEd Nixon, a member of the BPN family.

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   Laurie and I plan on seeing the sites including a visit to the Space Needle, The Seattle Underground Tour, and Mount Rainier. We definitely want to take in the flavor of the Pacific Northwest. I’ll have my laptop to log in reports on my blog. I sure hope we don’t get too wet, since this is the rainy season.


Until next time>                               “never forget”

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