CHANNILLO
A Parisian Point of View
By Linda Spalla + Bernard Verdier

Series Description:

For the next two months, I will be visiting Paris for my eleventh summer.  While there, I write a daily blog for my web site at lindaspalla.com.  BUT this year, I will also be doing a column several times a week called "A Parisian Point of View."  Life is unique in Paris, and I will share tidbits of Parisian personality and culture.  My ideas will come as we live out our days in this glorious city amid its people, places and priceless treasures.  I hope you will come along and experience Paris through our eyes.  My travel companion is Bernie, a native Parisian turned American.  He's the love of my life and captures Paris in exquisite photographs.  I write; he shoots and together we'll intice you to fall in  love with Paris as we have!

Category: Columns
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Linda Spalla:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Linda Spalla has been called a "steel magnolia in the flesh." She achieved great success in a 25-year corporate management career for the New York Times Company. Working her way up the ladder at WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, hers was a Cinderella story. Divorced, jobless, and homeless in 1975, she began her journey as a secretary and ended as the President and General Manager of the CBS affiliate owned by the New York Times Company. She led the television station from third to first place as General Manager. Linda was one of the the first females in top corporate television management in the deep south, one of the early few for CBS and the first for the New York Times Broadcast Group. During this time, she was a wife, mother, daughter and community enthusiast who never lost her femininity or her southern roots. Linda's book entitled LEADING LADIES was published in 2003 and offers practical leadership tips for women. Her most recent book just published is CATCH YOUR BREATH for caregivers. She is currently writing a third book about her Paris escapades. Linda is a Rotarian, a member of the Crestwood Women's Advisory Council, a 7-year member of the Burritt Board and a grandmother of four. She loves to read, walk, play golf and spends her summers in Paris.







Series Description:

For the next two months, I will be visiting Paris for my eleventh summer.  While there, I write a daily blog for my web site at lindaspalla.com.  BUT this year, I will also be doing a column several times a week called "A Parisian Point of View."  Life is unique in Paris, and I will share tidbits of Parisian personality and culture.  My ideas will come as we live out our days in this glorious city amid its people, places and priceless treasures.  I hope you will come along and experience Paris through our eyes.  My travel companion is Bernie, a native Parisian turned American.  He's the love of my life and captures Paris in exquisite photographs.  I write; he shoots and together we'll intice you to fall in  love with Paris as we have!

Category: Columns
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Linda Spalla:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Linda Spalla has been called a "steel magnolia in the flesh." She achieved great success in a 25-year corporate management career for the New York Times Company. Working her way up the ladder at WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, hers was a Cinderella story. Divorced, jobless, and homeless in 1975, she began her journey as a secretary and ended as the President and General Manager of the CBS affiliate owned by the New York Times Company. She led the television station from third to first place as General Manager. Linda was one of the the first females in top corporate television management in the deep south, one of the early few for CBS and the first for the New York Times Broadcast Group. During this time, she was a wife, mother, daughter and community enthusiast who never lost her femininity or her southern roots. Linda's book entitled LEADING LADIES was published in 2003 and offers practical leadership tips for women. Her most recent book just published is CATCH YOUR BREATH for caregivers. She is currently writing a third book about her Paris escapades. Linda is a Rotarian, a member of the Crestwood Women's Advisory Council, a 7-year member of the Burritt Board and a grandmother of four. She loves to read, walk, play golf and spends her summers in Paris.