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Two River Play Entertains in Any Language

By Philip Dorian My liberal social and political sympathies are firmly fixed, but I was taken aback to see among playwright Andrea Thome’s “Pinkolandia” montage of purported “fascists” – Nixon,...

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Film Review: ‘Non-Stop,’ Rated PG-13

By Joan Ellis For one hour, “Non-Stop” is that rare and welcome pleasure: A first-rate cerebral thriller. After that, bending to the requisite Hollywood mayhem, it indulges in a ludicrous...

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Skywatch: Week of March 7 – 14

By Flo Higgins Because Pisces have such heavy emotional feelings, they sometimes try and bury them in a veneer of calm or outrageous behavior. They usually fail in the coverup...

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New Chef Named at Ama Ristorante

SEA BRIGHT – Ama Ristorante at Driftwood has announced the appointment of Charles “Chuck” Lesbirel as executive chef of the award-winning, waterfront restaurant. Lesbirel has been chef de cuisine at...

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“Into The Woods,” Now at Axelrod Performing Center

DEAL – A hilarious romp through familiar fairy tale territory, Stephen Sondheim’s beloved modern-day classic “Into the Woods” has opened at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center. The show times are...

March 7, 2014 | comments

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