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JUL 28, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Chautauqua Theater Company Premieres The May Queen, an Inspired Tragicomedy

In recent years The Chautauqua Theater Company has consistently been among Chautauqua Institution most rewarding cultural programs. Under the astute leadership of Artistic Director Vivienne Benesch and Resident Director (and former co-Artistic Director) Ethan McSweeny, CTC has offering poignant and provocative, expertly-written new plays alongside riveting interpretations of such classics as Shakespeare's Macbeth (2010), Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot ...

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JUL 25, 2014 - No Depression

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A blog post by Amos Perrine was featured

A blog post by Amos Perrine was featuredChris Smither - Still on the Levee, A Fifty Year Retrospective (Album Review)I first heard Chris Smither in 1970. Not live, unfortunately, but on vinyl when picking up his first record I'm A Stranger Here Myself on the Poppy label, unheard, for the simple reason that it was Townes' label. I figured -- rightly ...

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JUL 24, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Roundup of children's books, July 27

Amid impending revolution unfolds an intimate portrait of a royal family, both privileged and plagued by inheritance. Many eyewitness accounts further invigorate this brilliantly told cautionary tale that chronicles cascading events, in the end more about violent change than visionary ideals. (Parr has written more than 30 books for young kids on topics such as differences and gratitude.) Set on ...

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JUL 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Comcast's Nightmare Customer Service Agent 'Did What We Paid Him To Do,' Says Exec

Comcast isn’t surprised one of its customer service agents went off the rails in an attempt to hang on to some cable subscribers. A recording of that agent verbally sparring with two customers who wanted to quit Comcast went viral late early last week. Now a top executive at the cable and media giant is offering a tepid defense for ...

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JUL 17, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Recommended books, July 20

Song of the ShankBy Jeffery Renard Allen (Graywolf; 570 pages; $18 paperback)Allen extends the myth of Blind Tom, born a slave and perhaps the most successful concert pianist of the 19th century, in his inventive, earthy, rewarding novel. Midnight in EuropeBy Alan Furst (Random House; 251 pages; $27)In his 13th novel, the historical spy novelist par excellence dips into the ...

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