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Bloom’s other New England performances ranged from the Modernistics (hits from the Great American Songbook) to Fi Lmprov (live improvised music to the films of Kate Matson). Rachel (Fearing) Stewart (CFA’72) of Saint Petersburg, Fla., writes, “I lived in Jamaica from 1976 to 1995 and taught at Edna Manley College for the Visual Arts and Performing Arts. “The memoir recounts my spiritual journey through the detection of breast cancer and the miraculous story of my recovery,” she writes.

I returned to the States and completed a master’s degree in creativity studies, with a concentration on the icons of Ethiopia.” Rachel recently exhibited sculpture, drawings, and an installation at the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Fla. “This tale acts as preventive medicine for women who have entered darkness, no matter what the reason, then search for a helping hand out.

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“It has all kinds of money-saving tips on living the luxury life for less,” she writes.

“Discover how to save thousands of dollars on entertainment and travel, shopping and fashion, health and beauty, home décor and more.” Gail Fine (SED’68) of Peabody, Mass., writes that after a 51-year career as a dental hygienist (“less about six years as a stay-at-home mom to raise three children”) she retired in April 2017 from a private practice in Wakefield, Mass..

If I failed any of them, I would have to drop back into the previous class.

Fortunately, I passed all my exams, so that I stayed with my class.” Ken Beaton (CGS’61) of Carson City, Nev., has been a golf marshal at the American Century Champion Series (Celebrity Golf) for 12 years.

In 1981, he founded his own firm and produced a number of affordable housing developments in Massachusetts.

William has also been the project manager for the Elm Haven/Monterey Place Hope VI housing development in New Haven and the Southfield Village Hope VI project in Stamford, Conn., under the Beacon Companies of Boston.

He writes that the book “connects the dots from ancient world slavery to today’s pimps and sex traffickers.” Ken has contributed works of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, photography, and art to .

The book “covers the period from 1928 to 1950,” he writes.

Bloom (CAS’72) of Somerville, Mass., a flutist, performs in across the United States.

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