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My $250-a-plate Dinner with Morley, and a “regular gal”

Tim’s new columns are alternating with previously published “Woodward Classics” during the pandemic. This one originally appeared in The Idaho Statesman in 2010, following the death of actress Lynn Redgrave.   Occasionally, not often because there aren’t a lot of them in Idaho, readers ask me what it’s like to interview famous people.    The … Continue reading My $250-a-plate Dinner with Morley, and a “regular gal”

Boise doctor delivers smiles, transforms children’s lives

  The last time I saw Dr. Geoff Williams, in 2006, his foundation to help children with facial deformities was in its infancy. It was’t quite a one-man operation, but it wasn’t far from it.     Fast forward 15 years. Today, Williams’s International Children’s Surgical Foundation has medical workers from South America to Southeast … Continue reading Boise doctor delivers smiles, transforms children’s lives

No Matter Where Disaster Strikes, an Idahoan is Sure to be There

My new columns will alternate with previously published columns for the duration of the pandemic. This one originally was published in The Idaho Statesman following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The nuclear accident at Chernobyl has highlighted a startling fact about Idahoans.   The startling fact is that Idahoans have a remarkable sixth sense for … Continue reading No Matter Where Disaster Strikes, an Idahoan is Sure to be There

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