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Uncategorized Barry on 23 Jun 2008 09:53 pm

Our Night in the JFK Presidential Library

We did a show tonight in Boston for the International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies. While the show was certainly a blast (in the round – that doesn’t happen too often!), the venue was the real star of this night.

We were left alone to roam the museum and read, watch, listen to, and surround ourselves with all things JFK. It was a spectacular time and it inspired me to visit more Presidential libraries around the country.

The most interesting part for me was that so much of JFK’s defining moments happened just before or soon after I was born. Interesting perspective on the state of our country at that time. He had dinner at the White House with the Shaw of Iran 3 days before I was born. The dress Jackie wore to the dinner was right there.

Kind of cool!

2 Responses to “Our Night in the JFK Presidential Library”

  1. on 04 Aug 2008 at 9:54 am 1.Ross said …

    I was fortunate enough to be at the show at the JFK Library, Barry and Dan supplied a full 360 degrees of entertainment, considering they were staged in the center of the ballroom. LOL!

    I thoroughly enjoyed their performance, in fact, I don’t think I stopped smiling the entire time. Great act all the way around and both Barry and Dan are the same off the stage as they are on it, they both have a great sense of humor and are a pleasure to work with.

    I would say that Barry deserves at least FOUR Ravioli’s. LOL!!

  2. on 04 Aug 2008 at 9:49 pm 2.Barry said …

    Man was that fun, or what?

    Don’t tell me I mentioned the THREE raviolis from the stage – did I? I lose it sometimes and say whatever is on my mind. Dang… Hey – those were three VERY tasty ravioli! I can imagine them right now.

    Thanks for the kind words, Ross.


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