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The Ground Floor Apartment
Vacation for Heroes
Matthew Quick 's terrific novel The Silver Linings Playbook was a jaggedly funny, often unsettling first-person story of a man trying to return to normalcy after a traumatic event leads to a psychological breakdown and violence. Russell The Fighter is one I absolutely did not see coming: He turned it into one of the best romantic comedies in years. It's not as though Russell tore up the source material and started over from scratch.
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Our house has three apartments which can be combined to comfortably accommodate small or large groups. Rent a floor individually for groups up to 4 people, combine the first and second floor to accommodate up to 8, or rent the whole house to accommodate a group of This apartment features a full kitchen and spacious open, light-filled living room with Mosel views. Sleeps 4 comfortably, with room for entertaining and lounging both indoors and out. The second floor offers a traditional layout for privacy plus convenience. Can be combined with the Ground Floor for larger groups. Newly remodeled 3rd floor unit includes 2 bedrooms and a bath, galley kitchen, living area and small balcony with the best views of the Mosel Valley.
Artie Traum, a guitarist, songwriter and producer who helped carry the spirit of the s Greenwich Village folk scene to Woodstock, N. He was 65 and lived in Bearsville, N. His brother, the musician Happy Traum, who sometimes performed with him, said the cause was liver cancer. In a long and varied career, Mr. Traum played folk music and smooth jazz; recorded 10 albums of his own and four with his brother; produced albums; composed film scores; created guitar-instruction books and videos; teamed with his brother for a radio program; and made a documentary film about the Catskill water system.