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Signature Theatre’s Cabaret Thrills and Shocks

Monday, May 18th, 2015
by on Playing Around

From the moment that we walk into Signature Theatre’s Max auditorium, we are transported into a cabaret that might have existed in 1931 Berlin. Round

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Can a “Small Indiscretion” Ever Be Small?

Saturday, May 9th, 2015
by on Reading Around

It helps while reading Jan Ellison’s debut novel, A Small Indiscretion, to go back to a time when you were 19, ready to take risks

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The Apple Watch – More Than a Two-Way Wrist Radio

Monday, April 27th, 2015
by on Living Around

Back in 1946, the comic strip artist Chester Gould saw the future. That’s when Dick Tracy, Gould’s intelligent police detective, first sported his two-way wrist

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Peter Oprisko – Celebrating Sinatra
And the Great American Songbook

Monday, April 20th, 2015
by on Playing Around

For a singer, few things are more validating than to have a recording played on Jonathan Schwartz’s popular radio program. That’s what happened to Peter

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Garrett Peck’s Walt Whitman in Washington, D.C.:
The Civil War and America’s Great Poet

Thursday, April 16th, 2015
by on Reading Around

In 1862, Walt Whitman left New York for Washington, D.C. where he would spend time volunteering in the army hospitals. For those who think of

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Elizabeth Minchilli’s Eating Rome

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
by on Reading Around

If you are planing a vacation in Rome, Elizabeth Minchilli’s Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City, should be your travel guide.

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Vanya and Sonia

For Grace Gonglewski and Sherri L. Edelen
Christopher Durang’s Play Is a Family Affair

Monday, April 6th, 2015
by on Woman Around Town

Christopher Durang’s plays are known for being funny, outrageous, even, at times, absurd. Audiences always react to the themes, but the actors are affected as

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Easter and Passover

As We Celebrate Easter and Passover
We Ask: Does Religion Have a Future?

Sunday, April 5th, 2015
by on Living Around

Religion gets blamed for being the root cause of war throughout history. President Obama even invoked the Crusades when discussing Islam and terrorism at the

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