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Fifty Dollars and a Dream –
The Remarkable York Theatre Company

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
by on Playing Around

Imagine the challenge of mounting a “modest” production of On the Twentieth Century in its first New York revival because the authors are concerned theaters

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Cookbooks for Summer Entertaining

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
by on Reading Around

Summer is our favorite time to entertain.  Whether it’s grilling steaks in the backyard, sitting down to a new dish at the patio table, or

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Laura

My Career Choice: Laura Law-Millett –
The GI Film Festival

Monday, May 18th, 2015
by on Woman Around Town

Laura Law-Millett is a film buff and a U.S. Army veteran. So perhaps it was inevitable that she and her husband, Brandon, in 2007 would

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trust

Who Can You Trust?

Sunday, May 17th, 2015
by on Reading Around

Who can we safely trust? It’s a question we ask ourselves every day, with varying degrees of awareness, and it’s one upon which we make

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Gail Green and “An Artful Loo”
at the Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Saturday, May 16th, 2015
by on Living Around

Gail Green likes small spaces, so when she was selected to decorate a room at the prestigious Kip’s Bay Decorator’s Show House, she requested a

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My Career Choice: Debra Levy Picard –
Tastosterone: The Best Cookbook for Men

Friday, May 15th, 2015
by on Woman Around Town

Know a man who loves food but needs help in the kitchen? Debra Levy Picard pulled inspiration from the culinarily-challenged men in her family, then

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Mad Max: Fury Road
Strap Yourselves in For One Helluva Ride

Friday, May 15th, 2015
by on Playing Around

My name is Max.  My world is fire and blood.   The original Mad Max trilogy of the eighties, starring Mel Gibson as a crazy road

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Yves

The Rise and Fall of an Artist in Saint Laurent

Friday, May 15th, 2015
by on Playing Around

For all of its dark, edgy glamour, Saint Laurent is, at times, painful to watch. Inviting viewers on an unflinching journey through the late iconic

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