Monthly Archives: December 2002

Cameraman Woos Spielberg to Dark, Erotic Side

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – They are the oddest of couples: a sunny Hollywood storyteller with a strong sentimental streak and his director of photography, a master of shadows, beckoning him to the dark side. Director Steven Spielberg dwells on beauty, … Continue reading

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Calendar Publisher Fulfills Cultural Needs for More than 25 Years

For over twenty-five years, Don Samull has been publishing the annual Polish American Calendar. Although, each year is different, the format always includes a historic or cultural note for each day and a Polish recipe for each month. The 8 … Continue reading

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Polish woman serves region

CHESTERTON — The Country Cafe on Broadway was not crowded on a recent Saturday afternoon, but there was a steady flow of customers. Some of them were curious about the new owner, who was talking in her shy Polish accent … Continue reading

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Business profile: Jan Kunat

Title and company: Co-owner, Wild Alaska Mama Bear Kitchen. Services: Wild Alaska Mama Bear Kitchen, which Kunat founded with his wife, Ela, in 1998, sells spice blends for salmon and halibut, as well as Alaska-made cedar planks for preparing salmon, … Continue reading

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The quiet man

From Poland to Melbourne, actor Jacek Koman has led a strange, if not secret, life, writes Catherine Keenan. There have been some weird moments in Jacek Koman’s life. A curiously aimless attempt to enlist him in the Polish secret police. … Continue reading

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