Skip the theme parks, find an unlikely path, and just drive.
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The musical portrays him as a hip Master of the Universe. But there was much more to him than that.
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Controversial writer foresaw the barbarities of the sexual marketplace that have left so many cold and dejected.
They’re fixtures of communities who serve the common good. It’s worth having more of them than we need.
His new show focuses too much on Etsy-style arts and crafts, but it’s worth watching anyway. Here’s why.
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