What most becomes a legend

By Charlene Baldridge

In 1985, a young writer named Patricia Ward went to the Smithsonian with a documentary film she’d written. It concerned author Herman Melville, in whom she had such an avid interest that it appeared the continued study of his life and works would be her future.

All that changed when Ward met her film’s host, a man who took over her life. He was kind and attractive and persuaded her to move to Los Angeles to help him write his memoirs. He happened to be the legendary dancer, director and choreographer Gene Kelly.

ConVis gets an authority make-over

Posted: January 13th, 2013 | Interview, News, Top Story | No Comments

Interview with CEO Joe Terzi Morgan M. Hurley | Downtown Editor The San Diego Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (known as “ConVis”) is a 501 (c) 6 non-profit organization established in 1954 to foster and manage tourism for the City of San Diego. They were funded directly by the City through the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) […]