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Jewish Book Fest authors draw on history and hope
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Eight authors give virtual talks about ... Eight authors give virtual talks about their books in the 2021 Fall Je ...
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Soprano finds role of Violetta 'a challenge' as Opera ...
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Singing makes Sarah Asmar bubble.The Connecticut-based ... Singing makes Sarah Asmar bubble.The Connecticut-based soprano will sing the role of t ...
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Exhibit uses art to reclaim stories and memories of ...
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With the pandemic still raging and ... With the pandemic still raging and election results still disputed, maps have acquired a central pre ...
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Pansies bring winter color to barrel containers
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Q. I have two half barrels ... Q. I have two half barrels at the entrance to my patio home that get sun until around 2 p.m. during ...
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Milne Stadium named for a long-time superintendent and visionary
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Friday night lights have illuminated the ... Friday night lights have illuminated the city's first high school stadium for decades. ...
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ALT brings Simon's 'The Odd Couple' to the stage
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Oscar is a slob. Felix is ... Oscar is a slob. Felix is fastidious. What more can you say about "The Odd Couple?"

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On canvas and on skin
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Native artist/tattooist creates fantasy world of ... Native artist/tattooist creates fantasy world of eerie surrealism
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Jonathan Franzen dreams big, goes deep with 'Crossroads'
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Jonathan Franzen dreams big. His newest ... Jonathan Franzen dreams big. His newest novel, "Crossroads," arrives with an audible thud on readers ...
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Extreme trails the big attraction of the Las Cruces ...
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For most intrepid four-wheelers, the journey ... For most intrepid four-wheelers, the journey is the thing. Especially if it involves climbing over m ...