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February 27, 2009


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Did you know Amir El Saffar went to high school with us? I ran cross with his sister Dena. Last summer he had a concert in Millenium Park, Dena plays a violin-like instrument in his group. Small world, eh?

Trina Robinson

I had no idea we went to school with him. Definitely a small world. I just googled his sister and saw a bio of her. Thanks for the info.

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