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Ten Questions with Peter, Bjorn and John

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The end of drunkenness

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New Organic Market Opens Tomorrow

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‘Have a Seat’

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Heavy Hitters

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Zinging, Leaping Shakespeare

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Not Even Friendzoned

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More Free Dumb!

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Winning American Scores

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Everything (G)old…

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Stravinsky and Prokofiev

Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Prokofiev. Indelible names. Indelible music. Both forever left their marks, thrilling and delighting audiences with so many different kinds of pieces. And so many of them varied in style and sound for each composer.

They were born not far apart in time or place, separated by but nine years. Eventually they went their own ways, Stravinsky constantly exploring new musical territory,...

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Tacoville (2)
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Wherever The Breeze May Take You

Take it on Down to Tacoville

A new tex-mextaurant is opening its doors in the next few weeks. Oklahoma native Tacoville is establishing its first franchised foodery in Frederick Square on 84th and West Center early July. The menu is fairly standard and very affordable, offering a $1.29 taco. I see a quick, inexpensive lunch in your near future.
Tacoville – Coming Soon!
3044 S. 84th Street, Suite 3


Do a 180

Owner...

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2016.06.20 honey moon-2
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Summer Solstice

You know, you never know who makes up a lot of this stuff. I mean, we have so many terms and myths that are ascribed to different parts of life and the world that we often never really stop to wonder how they came about. Take “honeymoon”, for instance.

Everyone knows the modern-day meaning. It’s that all-too-brief period of time immediately following a wedding, when the bride and groom are locked in connubial...

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Tuesdayswmorrie
Arts

Multiple Layers of Truth

You haven’t much time left to experience two impressively natural and believable performances by actors John Hatcher and Michael Lyon in a fine play about the limitations of time, the finite nature of life. They appear in Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Mitch Albom’s best-selling memoir Tuesdays with Morrie. This PART offering takes place at The Crossroads, a tellingly symbolic name, given that the story concerns...

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A year of lies preview
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Vote Vargas!

Every four years, the US voting public gets treated to a form of spectacle unmatched elsewhere in the world in the form of our presidential election. The 24/7 news cycle especially provides an endless stream of coverage destined to entertain, inflame, and possibly inform the electorate about those seeking our highest government offices.

None of the humor, paradox and satire that has become part and parcel of this...

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