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American Weirdness: Where Have All The Cowboys Gone? Adventures in Nevada

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014
by on Living Around

After our visit to Montana and a stop in Idaho’s north panhandle, we found ourselves in terrains and climates much more hospitable than what we

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The New American Dreamer:
Jason Veduccio Tackles the Job Search

Monday, July 21st, 2014
by on Reading Around

Whether you are seeking a new job or contemplating a job change, Jason Veduccio’s The New American Dreamer, How to Land That Ideal Job in

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Arena’s Musical Theater Training Company
Focuses on the Next Generation of Talent

Monday, July 21st, 2014
by on Playing Around

Where do musical theater stars come from? A few seem to land on stage with little or no formal training. Most, however, spend years honing

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The Musketeers: BBC Re-Imagines the Dumas Classic

Sunday, July 20th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Remember the Musketeer’s motto-every man for himself! Sex, scandal, international political intrigue, sword fights, manipulation, love triangles, and gorgeous men in boots. Some things just

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Be With Me – A Family’s Autism Journey

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Lori Cairns noticed her baby J.R. was different compared to his older sister; he was calmer and quieter. He seemed distracted and avoided eye contact.

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Picturing Peace – Hindu-Buddhist Sculptures
From Lost Kingdoms at the Met

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia is a hauntingly beautiful and rewarding exhibition on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through July

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The Strain: Guillermo Del Toro
Brings Us a New Vision of Nosferatu

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Love is going to guide them all back. To their homes. To their loved ones. Coming from the mouth of Abraham Setrakian (David Bradley of

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Is it Wearable? Art Jewelry
In The Age of Selfies and High Artisanship

Friday, July 18th, 2014
by on Playing Around

In the essay-catalogue for “Unique by Design” jewelry historian Suzanne Ramljak reflects on the making of art jewelry within the social context of power, status,

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