Eric Legend

I just had to share my favorite news story of the past week. You may have seen this already, but for those who haven't: there's a new legend in town!



I'm working up in Greeley, CO for a few days. Not much here to see and it smells like cattle, and fertilizer. I did find a nice little Mexican restaurant, El Pueblito, and had some flautas for lunch. Mui sabroso!



Hey, have you guys seen this site? Some well-written and interesting essays on screenwriting.


The Protagonist Is Dead

ST. GEORGE, ANDREW - Andrew St. George, journalist and photographer, died May 2, 2001. He was born Andras R. Szentgyorgyi in Budapest Hungary; he was 77. His photographs chronicling the Cuban Revolution, many first published in Life Magazine, won the Overseas Press Club and Sigma Delta Chi awards in 1958. His work also appeared in Esquire, Harper‘s, Look, the London Sunday Telegraph, among others, and on network television. He was the beloved husband of Jean St. George (nee Hoopes), loving father to Andrew H. and Tom Szentgyorgyi, father-in-law to Nancy Brickhouse and Angeline Szentgyorgyi and grandfather to Nicholas Szentgyorgyi. Funeral 8:00 pm Friday, Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home, Dobbs Ferry. Visiting Friday 2-4 and 7-8 pm. Contributions to Central Westchester Humane Society or charity of one‘s choice. EDWARDS-DOWDLE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 64 Ashford Ave., Dobbs Ferry (914)693-3330