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Dad in the Box

On a recent trip to California I ordered a glass of lemonade with lunch.  My ice cold drink came without a straw.     I can’t drink lemonade without a straw.  Margaritas either.  For me, drinking from a glass without a straw is kind of like eating eating soup without a spoon.  Sooner or later liquid ends up all over my shirt.   Besides, it just kind of destroys the enjoyment of sipping ice cold beverages, even if it does significantly decrease the incidence of brain ...

Liz on Theatre

‘Age of Innocence’ captures Wharton’s 1870’s New York By LIZ KEILL PRINCETON, NJ – Leave it to author Edith Wharton to decode the lives of staid, wealthy New Yorkers as she does so hauntingly in her Pulitzer Prize winning novel, “The Age of Innocence.” Douglas McGrath adapted the novel for a stirring, 95-minute production at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton. Doug Hughes has directed the play with great style and flourish. Amazingly, it captures the essence of the novel, its thwarted romance ...

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