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Beautiful Masks: MAC presents Picnic

Beautiful Masks: MAC presents Picnic

by Jennifer Johnson Picnic is an award-winning romantic drama by William Inge from the early 1950’s, presented by Magnolia Arts Center and directed by Chip Galusha. Challenging social expectations, sexism, the loss of youth and the definitions of beauty, Picnic opens our own lives up for questioning in this initially simple yet multi-layered play. The […]


Taxes “bad.” Discuss

Taxes “bad.” Discuss

I’ve been wanting to get to a column expanding on the idiocy of “tax fear” for some time. I say “expanding” because two years ago the issue was broached in the item “Question Austerity.” I haven’t written about it since and am not now (despite appearances) for one reason: I’m slammed. Just balls-to-the-wall busy. So […]


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