Being gluten free means almost everything baked, stuffed, or otherwise fancified is off limits. Eating only meat, fruit, and vegetables takes even more off the table. At least Whitney Ross Gray now knows that good friends aren't one of the things to go.
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Arthur Miller's The Crucible will likely be performed in many a high school across the country this year for several reasons--some practical, some artistic. Gwenyfar Rohler tells us why the play and the character of its author share a timeless value beyond the stage.
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Commentator Annie Gray Johnston doesn't sweat the small stuff, but there are more than a few things that get under her skin. In today's commentary, she shares some of them with us, and challenges us to answer that ever-present question: why?
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Commentator Shane Fernando pays tribute to Donn Ansell, an inspiring mentor, friend to the arts and creative force throughout the years. From passionate performances on the stage and enlightened ideas behind the mic, to commending Ebeneezer Scrooge for his artful eye, Donn Ansell made a difference. He will be missed.
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Rickety chairs, a legend of a tinsmith and a woe-begone damsel waiting for her long-departed love: such is the stuff of any good ghost story. Commentator Philip Gerard revisits his formative years, and uncovers a surprise twist to a harrowing tale from his teens.