Dr. Kildaire Show – 1962 – Tiger Tiger starring Yvette Mimieux & Richard Chamberlain

How many of us watch Dr. Kildare with a very young Richard Chamberlain.   My family and I never missed a Show. I fell in Love with Yvette Mimieux when I was about 10. I saw her on TV in Tiger Tiger. Her smile, her vulnerability, resonated with my soul.   They went on to star in the film  Joy In The Morning. Both are beautiful souls. 

My little film on- Joy In The Morning

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Yvette Mimieux continues her surfing. She and Kildare go to the beach at night and they “make out”. He is infatuated with her but cant get her to accept the epilepsy. She has many smaller siezures. Kildare meets all the beach bums and beatnicks of that time. Ultimately she goes for a surf, catches the wave off her life and has a grand mal siezure at the same time. She drowns and Kildare is there to pronounce her dead. GREAT episode with a sad ending.

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My Husband Andrew Reach and I Surprised When A New Sun of his Suddenly Appeared While Watching CBS Sunday Morning Broadcast January 9, 2022 About TikTok Star Adam Waheed and Other Comedians

My husband Andrew Reach and I were watching the show CBS Sunday Morning, as we always do and suddenly, totally surprised, there it was, a new sun of Andrew’s appeared on the screen for just a couple of seconds after a segment about TikTok. The segment was about the rise of comedians on TikTok including the comedian star Adam Waheed with over 15 million TikTok followers and comedians Harry Leibow, Sarah Barnitt and Sam Ramsdell.

Another one of his suns appeared on the show 3 times in the past. Jessica Frank, the CBS “Sun Queen” had emailed him the day before on Saturday sun he had submitted was going to air but Andrew didn’t look at his emails on Saturday, hence it was a surprise. We’re glad we didn’t know in advance as it’s surprise lifted our spirits. Something we needed.

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Screenshot on CBS News Online of Andrew Reach’s Sun that was shown on the Broadcast on January 9, 2022. It appeared after a segment about TikTok
Segment on CBS Sunday Morning about the rise of comedians on TikTok including Adam Waheed and others. At the end of the segment Andrew’s sun appears.

See this earlier post about his other sun that aired multiple times on CBS Sunday Morning.

Bruce Baumwoll & Andrew Reach Reflect on The Rainbow Bridge -All Their Animals That Have Been With Them on Their Journey Throughout Life – We Will Be Together Again

A letter inside a doll was found. In the tiny letter signed by Franz Kafka it was written:
“Everything you love will probably be lost, but in the end, love will return in another way. “Embrace change. It’s inevitable for growth. Together we can shift pain into wonder and love, but it is up to us to consciously and intentionally create that connection.

I reflect on all our dogs and cats that have passed, waiting to be with all of them again. We have saved many dogs and cats all to become our babies over 40 years. Some times the loss of so many souls is hard to express. This is my belief that we will be together again.

I had a desire to try to cope with my feelings of such loss of all my dogs and cats to get away from the silence that is in the house. I decided to make this meditative video to help take me to get back to the wonder and joy that they gave me.

Andrew Reach’s Artwork SHINING LIGHT From His Photo of me at the Entrance to the Christopher Street Subway Featured in Article in CANVAS Magazine

I was pleasantly surprised that my husband Andrew’s artwork SHINING LIGHT is featured in an article in Cleveland’s Canvas Magazine. The article by Becky Raspe is about the exhibition CONVERGE, an exhibition by the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve celebrating the legacy and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community in the visual arts in the Northeast Ohio region. The exhibition is the largest in AAWR’s history with 71 artists and over 140 artworks at 5 venues. Click here for info and programing about the exhibition on the Artists Archives website.
Click here to read the online article.

SHINING LIGHT is from a photo by my husband Andrew Reach he took of me at the entrance to the Christopher Street subway station in Greenwich Village NYC in 1984. We lived in Greenwich Village on Charles Street in the 1980’s.

Andrew Reach’s artwork SHINING LIGHT on page 16 of the 2021 fall issue of Canvas magazine about the exhibition CONVERGE

Here’s Andrew’s artist statement about the piece:

The photograph in SHINING LIGHT in which I overlaid color, forms and texture, is of my husband Bruce Baumwoll. The photograph was taken by me in 1984 at the entrance to the Christopher Street subway station in Greenwich Village, New York. We were living in Greenwich Village and I was studying architecture at Pratt and taking photography classes there as well. Shining Light is a visual love letter. The light above Bruce’s head softly illuminates him like a halo, a metaphorical angel, while my “whimsies” move towards him, attracted to his beautiful essence. SHINING LIGHT speaks to the simple universal notion of the deep love and commitment of two men spending a life together and the homage one man pays to the other he loves so deeply.

Cover of fall 2021 edition of Canvas Magazine.
“Artists of CONVERGE” detail, by Melissa Bloom (2021). Acrylic on wood, 71 5 x 5 inch panels, cropped. Courtesy of Artists Archives of the Western Reserve.

Open spread of pages 16 and 17. Page 17 (on right) showing self portraits by transgender Artist Max Markwald.


SHINING LIGHT is being shown at the LGBTQ Center of Greater Cleveland. There will be a reception at the center for the CONVERGE exhibition Sept. 17, 2021 – 6:30 – 8:30pm.