Category Archives: Diane H. Pavellas

The World Changed

I recently read an article by a person whose “world changed” at a young age by the event of “9/11” in New York City. My reading of her well-written memoir initiated a memory search for that moment in my life … Continue reading

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Diane Pavellas, 1942 – 2011: In Pursuit of Joy and Beauty

Diane’s life is best appreciated through memories and impressions evoked from an album of photographs presented here. Diane Helen Pavellas was born at Children’s Hospital in San Francisco, 27 August, 1942. We were then living in the new Sunnydale Housing … Continue reading

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“Position of Elsewhere”

This abstract phrase is the title of an hour-long piece in the repertoire of the Cullberg Ballet troupe, danced to the music of Jean-Louis Huhta. It was my great pleasure to see it performed recently at the Vitabergs Park Theatre, … Continue reading

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San Francisco During The Great Depression, WWII, FDR, Brooklyn, Berkeley and the US Navy

I have been writing a memoir of the years 1937-1958, dated from my birth to when I mustered out of the U.S. Navy at age 21. Before recounting my actual memories, and the memories of what family members have told … Continue reading

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The Most Important Energy in the Universe

It will seem odd, to some who read this, that I consider it indulgent to speak of my emotions. It is the way I am constituted. I consider expressing my deep emotions to be an intrusion upon, or a potential … Continue reading

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