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Scenes from a Scrapbook - Page 2

Some moments to share with you of events in recent months leading up to the release of "Hot Paint"

Controversial Los Angeles Police Chief Bernard Parks was an MWA-SoCal meeting guest a few weeks before he chose to resign the position. From left: Dennis Lynds, Bob, Parks (who has since announced for a City Council seat), Paula L. Woods.
An MWA Speakers Bureau date at Vroman's in Pasadena, CA, brought together (from left): Mimi Latt, Martha C. Lawrence, Bob, Gar Anthony Haywood, and Dick Lochte.
Bob dropped in at the Metropolitan Museum of Art during a trip to New York for a meeting of the MWA national board of directors and, of course, had to spend a few minutes with Andy Warhol. (That was the last oil Andy did prior to his wholly unexpected death.)
As co-emcee of this year's Edgar Awards of the Mystery Writers of America, Bob had the honor of announcing a special Edgar for distinguished writer-director Blake Edwards, who was unable to attend the ceremony. Back in Los Angeles, Bob and MWA National President Bill Link (right) visited Blake at his home and made the presentation there.