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The New Yorker
Hating Hillarypainting in Simon’s house, Simon made a present of it. “It was an easy, Ivy Lea
Hating Hillary
The New Yorker / Posted 11 hours ago
painting in Simon’s house, Simon made a present of it. “It was an easy, Ivy League kind of camaraderie. Like, ‘You went to Wellesley? Oh, I went to Sarah Lawrence.’ And, ‘Oh, you like that kind of art? I like that kind of art.’ ” But if you do not... Read more
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Boston Globe
An uncommon Shakespeare comedy for the CommonWELLESLEY — Onstage at Babson College’s Carling-Sorenson Theater, about a dozen
An uncommon Shakespeare comedy for the Common
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
WELLESLEY — Onstage at Babson College’s Carling-Sorenson Theater, about a dozen actors are working out the details of a complicated scene change. A few rectangular set pieces are moved around, and an actor rides atop one of them. With this... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
What's on this weekend (+ WIN a zoo pass)July 24, 9.30am-5pm daily, Auckland Zoo, Motions Rd. Normal zoo admission price
What's on this weekend (+ WIN a zoo pass)
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
July 24, 9.30am-5pm daily, Auckland Zoo, Motions Rd. Normal zoo admission prices apply. Friends of the Zoo, free. Weekend and Auckland Zoo have a one-day family pass (two adults and up to four children) worth $92, to give away. Go... Read more
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The Herald News
Fourth of July Activities for eastern Mass.For children age 3-12. Includes a Grande Pet Parade, Teddy Bear Parade, Decorat
Fourth of July Activities for eastern Mass.
The Herald News / Posted 23 days ago
For children age 3-12. Includes a Grande Pet Parade, Teddy Bear Parade, Decorated Doll Carriage Promenade, Foot Races and free Cabot’s Ice Cream. Open Air Market and Amusement Rides, 1-10 p.m., Albemarle Field, Watertown Street. Handmade and... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Barbara Goldsmith, best-selling chronicler of the (unhappily) rich and famous, dies at 85first book, “The Straw Man” (1975), a novel that turns on the contested estate
Barbara Goldsmith, best-selling chronicler of the (unhappily) rich and famous, dies at 85
Bangor Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
first book, “The Straw Man” (1975), a novel that turns on the contested estate of a New York art collector. Working in a library, she stumbled upon 8,000 pages of court transcripts from the 1934 custody challenge that made 10-year-old Vanderbilt... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Barbara Goldsmith, best-selling chronicler of the (unhappily) rich and famous, dies at 85first book, "The Straw Man" (1975), a novel that turns on the contested estate
Barbara Goldsmith, best-selling chronicler of the (unhappily) rich and famous, dies at 85
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 24 days ago
first book, "The Straw Man" (1975), a novel that turns on the contested estate of a New York art collector. Working in a library, she stumbled upon 8,000 pages of court transcripts from the 1934 custody challenge that made 10-year-old Vanderbilt... Read more
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Torontoist
How the St. Charles Tavern went from Chinese-Food Restaurant to Popular Gay Barclock" was a slogan ingrained in the city's gay community. St. Charles Tavern,
How the St. Charles Tavern went from Chinese-Food Restaurant to Popular Gay Bar
Torontoist / Posted 29 days ago
clock" was a slogan ingrained in the city's gay community. St. Charles Tavern, 1955. Photo by James Salmon. Toronto Public Library. “Meet me under the clock”—for several decades, it was the slogan of the St. Charles Tavern. While it began in the... Read more

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