Hugo Vianello, conductor, violist, and composer, has spent most of his adult years making life beautiful for classical music lovers.
Charlie Digges Sr. doesn’t seem to like attention. He’d rather hear your story. His genuine interest is apparent as he listens and studies you. As he begins to share his story, you become acutely aware of what a small world it can be because it shrinks until you feel as if you’ve known Charlie forever.
Prime magazine recently asked readers to submit articles on their heroes. Here is the award-winning essay, written by Columbia resident Jeanne Dzurick. As Thanksgiving nears, take the time to give thanks to your own special hero.
Tinseltown Talks By NICK THOMAS Come November, Henry Darrow’s thoughts typically turn to turkeys … and burros. Darrow, who turned 82 in September, played Manolito …