Good luck and lot’s of fun with your concert.
WOW, my dear Bill: How wonderful it was to see your face on the ‘GBH Alumni page and read your full circle come-a-round. I too had planned to spend my whole professional career/life in public broadcasting but it didn’t quite work out that way. So glad it has for you. Would love to see you and reconnect … perhaps over the summer when next I’m in the Berkshires or when next you’re in town on a production. Til then sending my warmest fondest regards for good times share working on wonderful projects. As we say in Puerto Rico te mando un fuerte abrazo!!! Hasta pronto.
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