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on Fri Apr 18 2:41 PM

ACT ONE Really Picks Up In Act Two


James Lapine's adaptation of Moss Hart's classic autobiography is a love letter to Broadway.
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on Fri Apr 18 12:00 AM

Remembering the Past: A Classical Approach to History


The classical model of education relies on the skills of the Trivium—Latin for “three roads:” grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric.
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on Thu Apr 17 8:26 PM

Shirley MacLaine Lists New Mexico Ranch for $18 Million--WSJ Private Properties


Also, Robin Williams tries again to sell Napa Valley estate; Alex Rodriguez sells Miami Beach condo.
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on Thu Apr 17 12:12 PM

Southwest Airlines' profit-sharing payout: What capitalism should be


The Dallas-based airline is giving employees a meaningful stake in their company, just as America's earliest presidents probably envisioned.
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on Thu Apr 17 10:03 AM

On Your Way To Annapolis? Add These Free Activities To Your Itinerary!


ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — This picturesque state capital near the Chesapeake Bay is known for its history, sailing and seafood. Annapolis served as the capital of the United States for nine months in 1783 and 1784. The city also is known for its...
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on Wed Apr 16 6:55 PM

Some of those 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls are still in a red state - financially, that is


This week two years ago, the seemingly never-ending free-for-all otherwise known as the 2012 Republican presidential primary race was finally effectively over, with Rick Santorum calling it quits. (Newt Gingrich didn’t officially drop out for a...
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on Wed Apr 16 5:39 PM

Digging deeper into East High data


Last week, when we took a  close look at achievement gaps at Denver’s East High School, we reported that “the breadth of East’s TCAP [the state test] gaps may be explained in part by how high-achieving East’s top students...
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on Tue Apr 15 5:48 PM

12 Top Picks in Princeton, NJ | Malerie Yolen-Cohen


There's so much more to Princeton, NJ and its environs than just the university. Come for a few days, and though your IQ might not rise to the level of former resident Albert Einstein's, you're sure to have great meals and great fun in this Ivy...
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on Tue Apr 15 1:53 PM

Top 10 stone-carved sites | Cheapflights


Any sculpture or monument has the potential to be impressive, but there's something about the intricate carving of stone that has fascinated the masses as far back as ancient Egyptian times (some might argue longer). Whether these sculptures were...
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on Tue Apr 15 3:01 AM

Outsider’s view as Interior secretary


Washington • Just off the traffic-snarled George Washington Parkway, over a small footbridge and across from the Lincoln Memorial, lies a natural island unscathed by the development of the nation’s capital. Native Americans fished here....
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