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Where in the world is Paula now?

Posted on June 24th, 2019 by paularath

Neil Armstrong walked on the moon? It was one of those life-defining moments we all recall with awe. For me, it was an event that literally changed the trajectory of my career. I watched the amazing moment in the CBS Hong Kong Bureau, accompanied by my first boss, Bernard Kalb, CBS News Foreign Correspondent and
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Posted on February 20th, 2019 by paularath

Yes, there were moments when I shared a space with the late great designer Karl Lagerfeld. But of course, he took up all the space, and most of the oxygen, in the room. He is as magnetic and mesmerizing as the world’s fashion writers say he is. They also bear witness to his misogyny and the
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Posted on November 5th, 2018 by paularath

One of the nicest things about living in Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, is that you can walk to Rousham Gardens in less than half an hour. Jerry and I love these gardens, and visited them several times. Unlike many of England’s more famous gardens, these are not at all commercial and remain totally unspoiled. There’s no tacky tea
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Posted on October 23rd, 2018 by paularath

Following our rather intense two-week watercolor workshop with Australian artist John Lovett, we wanted to have some time to absorb what we learned and paint on our own before touring more of England. It’s way too easy to lose your rhythm as an artist, and once you let go, it’s often hard to get back. I
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Posted on October 16th, 2018 by paularath

Stonehenge is, without a doubt, the most famous set of rocks in England. However, there are many other henges and rock circles scattered around the landscape, mainly in the Wiltshire District of Southwest England. We hired Anne Martis of ToursByLocals to take us to Wiltshire and show us several significant henges. Anne, who lives in
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