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Spring 2001
Totally Cool
The MagaZine

When covering The New York Fashion Collection I am the one known as "Front and Center" of The New
York International Press Corp elite. At the Professional level what is called worldwide "The Family of
Lenspeople." For me, this whole thing starts back in February 2001. I am not going to mention names here
because a Magazine company that I admire is involved. Does not mean I think highly of the publication but I
love the History to the Company. So okay. I hear a story from a high profile Editor of "a photographer" who
got into a conflict with this Editor. Of course the rudeness imposed on the Lady Editor by the photographer
was a bit extreme since it was coming from: just not liking the fact that the Editor was "high profile." This
musical talent was playing at a local New York club to complement a Fashion Show. And it is there that this
tit-for-tat took place. The musical talent was something called "Buckwheat Zydeco."
On page Music Credit:
What You Gonna Do
BuckWheat Zydeco
Down Home Live
Tomorrow Records

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