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By Ernest Kearney  —  It always pleases me when I revisit a film after many years and find that it’s as good as I remembered.  Alas, that is often not the case. But if anything, the 1983 made-for-TV thriller, Special Bulletin

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By Ernest Kearney  —  "Pretty Dead Girl – A Musical Necromance."  There’s a title that holds promise, wouldn’t you say? Written by Shawn Ku with music & lyrics by AnnMarie Milazzo (with some additional lyrics by Ku) this

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by Darwyn Carson — Time to Gird Your Loins everybody. If you haven't refreshed your memory yet, there's plenty of time and opportunity to start marathoning previous seasons. Good Luck to us All no matter where your loyalties may reside.

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By Ernest Kearney — Watching Renée Taylor’s one-woman show, My Life on a Diet, is akin to sitting on a veranda with the Statue of Liberty, after the two of you have knocked back a couple of bottles

By Ernest Kearney — Watching Renée Taylor’s one-woman show, My Life on a Diet, is akin to sitting on a veranda with the Statue of Liberty, after the two of you have knocked back a couple of bottles

By Ernest Kearney  —  Playwright Lauren Gunderson is the current

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by Darwyn Carson  —  With an eye and a heart dedicated to cohesive connection and support of local theatre, Better Lemons has become a premiere go-to review aggregate hub on the web. To that end a Theatre Critic’s Panel was

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By Steve Schlich — My premise is brutal: business is a cross between a dictatorship and a junta …which makes government run as a business just plain fascist. If you think that’s too arbitrary a judgment, consider the bedrock principle

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By Ernest Kearney  —  In these turbulent and twisting times

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