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Interesting Neighbors Series
Regency residents share their interests and experiences. These talks have been recorded and are available for you to view by clicking on the appropriate links below.
1. Jim Kempner discusses his life in Cuba in the last days of the Batista regime and Fidel Castro's rise to power.
The video is in four 15 minute parts. Click on the links below to view
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2. Bob Gibson discusses his career in Major League Baseball.
Bob played professional baseball as a pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers from 1983-86. He also played for the New York Mets in 1987 and went to Japan in 1988 where he played for the Yakutt Swallows. He will share some of his experiences with you and answer questions
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3. Bernie Goldberg's Whirlwind Tour of the Civil War.
Bernie presents interesting stories about some of the major figures and some lesser known people who make The Civil War such a fascinating subject.
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4. The Life and Music of Marion Evans: Arranger to the Stars, from Tony Bennett to Lady Gaga
Instead of "Dancing with the Stars," how about making music with the stars! In his distinguished six-decade career -- which includes Grammy Awards and dozens of gold records -- music legend Marion Evans has arranged and composed music for icons like Judy Garland, Kate Smith, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Eydie Gormé and Steve Lawrence, Carole King, and Sammy Davis, Jr., as well as his longtime collaborator, Tony Bennett. He arranged five songs on Bennett’s platinum-selling, Grammy-winning 2011 album “Duets II,” including “The Lady Is a Tramp” with Lady Gaga -- which led to his involvement on their jazz album "Cheek to Cheek," which sold the most CDs in history on HSN in one day!
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